Investor relations: create a plan for your startup
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Crowdcube is the largest equity crowdfunding platform in the UK, investing a minimum of £50K up to a maximum of £8 million, across a range of sectors.
Seedrs is an equity crowdfunding platform, investing a minimum of £10K up to a maximum of £5 million, across a range of sectors.
UK and Ireland
BGF is a UK and Ireland focussed fund, which typically invests between £2 – £4 million.
Scottish Enterprise typically invests between £10K – £2 million in early stage startups in Scotland.
SyndicateRoom is an equity crowdfunding platform, typically with one lead investor.
Entrepreneur First is the world’s leading talent investor and accelerator, first matching founders before investing in the idea.
Passion Capital invests in early stage tech startups.
24Haymarket is a UK and Europe focussed fund, which typically offers fundraises to its members ranging in size between £500k and £5m.
Established in 1989, Innvotec is the longest established, independent firm in the UK focused on venture capital.
Corporate equity investor, typically investing up to a maximum of £1 million.
Archangels is a business angel syndicate of more than 90 investors, investing in early stage companies in Scotland, up to £15 million per year.
South of Scotland
TRICAPTIAL invests primarily in companies in Scotland and the North of England in the following industries: IT, Engineering, Textiles, Biomedical devices, Optoelectronics.
Equity gap is an angel investment network, typically investing between £20K-£500K.
Par Equity is a private equity and venture capital, typically investing between £250K and £5 million.
QVentures is an angel network, typically investing between £1 million – £5 million.
Collider is a MADtech accelerator program, investing either €50K or €100K.
Bethnal Green Ventures is an early stage investor, generally investing £200K.