How to raise investment in the USA: guide for UK startups
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Angel Academe typically invests between £50k and £350k in UK businesses across fintech, health tech, ed tech, big data, IoT, digital media, retail tech, and cyber security.
Angels Den invests between £50k and £1m into businesses throughout the UK within the technology sector.
AIN is a global angel network, which typically invests between £10k and £10m in companies across sectors and geographical locations.
Beacon Capital is a B2B and SaaS based business focussed fund, that typically invests between £250k and £750k in companies primarily in the UK.
East of England
Cambridge Angels is a cleantech, biotech or other hi-tech sectors focussed fund, which invests between £50k and £1m in high-quality entrepreneurs presenting solutions that address major problems for significantly large target markets.
Charlotte Street Capital typically invests between £20k and £150k in preferably B2B technology companies, excluding social networks, recruitment and medical/healthcare.
CIC invests in UK-based companies in the following sectors: E-commerce, Mobile gaming, FinTech, Digital health, Machine learning, and Artificial intelligence.
CIP invests globally, with a focus on SaaS companies.
Cross Border Angels invests globally, between $200k and $1m, across sectors such as Cloud and mobile, Artificial intelligence, E-commerce, Cleantech, Medical devices, Real estate, Food, Travel tech, and Ed tech.
E100 invests in both B2B and B2C Online Product Services, Clean-tech, Consumer, Retail, Technology, Financial, Manufacturing, and Pharmaceutical/medical Property. The fund invests only in UK companies.
Firestarter typically invests between $300k and $2m in companies across Europe in the SaaS/Cloud infrastructure, Digital media, Fintech, E-commerce, and Digital marketplaces sectors.
East of Scotland
Galvanise Capital typically invests between £150k and £1m in Data and analytics, Marketing technology, Ad-tech, Digital economy, and SaaS companies in the UK.
Henley Business Angels invests between £50k and £250k in business with a connection to University of Reading and Henley Business School. The fund focuses on businesses in the Thames Valley region.
East of Scotland
LSIP typically invests between £300k and £500k in life sciences, technology, oil and gas, food and drink, and manufacturing businesses in the UK. The fund is particularly interested in strong intellectual property.
Inspire Wales invests in businesses building new technologies based in Wales.
Minerva invests between £25k and £500k in West Midlands based companies, with a preference for technology sectors.
Newable Private Investing (previously London Business Angel Network) typically invests between £150k and £2.5m in UK businesses in the following sectors: Electronics, AI, Data Science, Cyber Med-Tech, and Downstream data technologies.
Oxford Early Investments typically invests between £50k and £250k UK based companies offering new technology products or services.
QVentures focusses on UK and European companies across technology, media, luxury, and consumer markets. They typically invests between £25k and £2m.
Sweet Capital is an early stage fund with a general focus is on the application of new technologies in the consumer and mobile space. They invest globally.
TVIN is an angel network that typically invests between £150k and £750k in UK based companies across a wide range of sectors, with a focus on FMCG, Web, Digital media, and Clean technology.
8 out of 10 UK angel investments are made under SEIS/EIS. You can find out if you qualify to raise under SEIS/EIS, and apply for SEIS/EIS Advance Assurance from HMRC on SeedLegals.