Day: 7 October 2020

Greater London

Origin Primary (t/a Origin Markets) secures Series A investment led

Bond issuance platform Origin raises Series A financing, led by Clearstream and the Luxembourg Stock Exchange Clearstream and the Luxembourg Stock Exchange invest in London-based fintech Origin Partners seek to jointly develop solution to automate bond issuance processes Initial scope of the partnership includes international medium-term notes (Eurobonds) Deutsche Börse Group’s post-trade services provider Clearstream […]Read More

Greater London

Spoon Guru secures Series A investment from Woolworths Group

Spoon Guru secures Series A funding with W23, the Venture Capital arm of leading Australian retailer, Woolworths Group Multi-million dollar investment to further support changing health needs of grocery shoppers globally LONDON, October 7th, 2020: Spoon Guru, the London-based AI powered food search and discovery technology start-up,  announces today that it has secured a Series A […]Read More

TransportTech

Envisics secures £38.71 million Series B investment led by Tarsadia

Automotive leaders invest in pioneering holographic technology company Envisics Hyundai Mobis, General Motors Ventures, SAIC Motors and Van Tuyl Companies become shareholders of Envisics following successful completion of ~$50m series B strategic funding round Strategic investors will further accelerate commercialisation of the Company’s market leading and highly innovative dynamic holographic technology for augmented reality head-up […]Read More

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Condense Reality secures £800k Seed investment led by SFC Capital

Immersive technology startup Condense Reality raises £800k seed round led by SFC Capital to transform the experience of watching live events Bristol, 7th October 2020 – Condense Reality, a virtual reality startup developing technology to transform how viewers watch live entertainment and sports, has raised a seed round of more than £800,000, including £220,000 from […]Read More

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Antobot secures £40k grant funding from Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined

Antobot Ltd Awarded £40,000 Grant Towards Developing Agricultural Robots A Cambridge-based business has been awarded over £40,000 from the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority’s Eastern Agri-Tech Growth Initiative to develop two mobile agriculture robot prototypes. Antobot Ltd is a robotics technology company, focused on the control hardware and software development for intelligent mobile robots, tailored for […]Read More