Fertility care start-up receives £15m
Atricity aims to make fertility treatment more accessible and supportive for couples. Its virtual fertility clinic uses AI to provide personalised treatment and offers access to a team of fertility specialists.
Food marketplace secures £6.2m
DELLI allows individuals and independent businesses to sell limited edition food through a drop model, in a bid to reduce food waste and support smaller producers.
Girl code takes on new meaning with £4.5m investment
A start-up that supports women with free coding education and employment has raised £4.5m from Active Partners and angel investors.
Code First Girls is the largest provider of free coding courses for women in the UK, aiming to reduce the gender gap in the tech industry. It has so far given coding education to more women than the UK undergraduate system.
Sports nutrition start-up gets £3.5m boost
An energy gel supplier to the English Football Association secured £3.5m from Lombard, which is part of the NatWest Group.
Blackburn-based Science in Sport develops and manufactures science-led performance nutrition products for professional athletes and fitness enthusiasts.
Praetura Ventures serves up £3m to hospitality digital payments firm
Manchester-based wi-Q provides mobile ordering and payment solutions to the hospitality and leisure industry, helping restaurants and hotels speed up order management, and provides remote ordering technology to allow customers to order via kiosks in store.
Wildlife product manufacturer gets £1m package
A Gloucestershire-based wildlife product designer has been handed a seven-figure boost from HSBC UK.
Wildlife World offers sustainable, plastic-free wildlife products that help conserve habitats, like bee hotels and hedgehog houses. The start-up works closely with wildlife organisations and make the products in a workshop powered by renewable electricity.