Top 20 EIS funds and investors you should know about

Which EIS investor is right for you? Growth Business guide to some of the most active EIS funds in the market.

The Enterprise Investment Scheme or EIS is an HMRC-run scheme that helps younger, higher-risk businesses looking to raise funds by incentivising investors with a 30 per cent income tax relief amongst a number of other tax incentives including the investment being Capital Gains Tax (CGT) free. The Seed Scheme (SEIS), for earlier stage companies, offers 50 per cent income tax relief.

Established in 1994, EIS continued to be supported through Labour governments and was made more attractive during the coalition government in 2011.

It was further modified a couple of years ago to shift the focus towards more innovative start-ups.

You can raise up to £12m through EIS funds (or in some cases £20m) and in the 2021/22 tax year, around 4,000 businesses raised circa. £1.7bn through the scheme. Investment sizes made through EIS funds remained robust during the Covid period, making the scheme still the best way for early-stage businesses to secure reliable capital.

With this in mind, we have put together a list of the top 20 EIS funds that you should know about.

We have listed EIS investor funds that cover a variety of regions, sectors, investment sizes and given examples of previous investments so you can make the right choices as to how to grow your business.

Top 20 EIS funds you should know about

Top 20 EIS funds – a Growth Business guide

EIS fundRegionsInvestment sizeSectorsPrevious investmentsNo. of exits
Calculus CapitalUK£1m-£3mTechnology, healthcare and media companiesRiff Raff Entertainment, Notify, Optalitix, Brouhaha Entertainment, Wazoku, Oxford Biotherapeutics14
Committed CapitalUKTypically £3m per companyTechnology. Sub-sectors include Edtech, Insuretech, Fintech, Digital mapping, Digital advertising, Electric motors, IoT, SaaS & Video Collaboration TechData Cloud, Knowledgemotion, Konsileo, Kortext, Lightwave, Living Map, Ceed, Saietta, Seenit, Smartology, Stormagic, Fairstone and Kokoon24
Concept VenturesUKUp to £750,000Anything that changes the nature of work, play and learnGreendeck, Organise, Scribeless, Workscope, Labworks2
Endeavour VenturesUK£400,000 to £5mFocuses on fintech, payment tech, and B2B software companiesBlue Prism Plc, Ebury Partners, Prot-x, Boku plc11
EMV CapitalUK and internationalMinimum £10,000AI and robotics, biotech, medtech, electronics, advanced engineering, cleantechPointGrab, Recycling Technologies, Wanda Health, Insight, GlycoTest2
Foresight GroupUK, North America and ItalyUp to £10m All sectorsdefaqto, GovGrant, The Naked Deli, OrthoView, IFS38
Guinness VenturesUKAverage £3.1mTypically sector agnostic. Like to see opportunities with proven business models in markets which are growingBBC Maestro, White Rabbit, Pasta Evangelists, Cellar & Co6
Haatch Ventures LLP UK£150,000 to £500,000 Predominantly B2B SaaS businesses solving pain pointsBuymie, Poplar, Eleanor, Deazy, Marvel, VuePay, Codices, Veritonic, Iterate.ai, Scurri, 1 Second Everyday and Elevaate.2
Jenson Funding PartnersUK£1.5mAnyVoneus, LiveIT, Whispering Gibbon, Dame, Tapfuse, RotoVR, Treefrog, IBC, Warwick, Fiovana, Equus, The LinkApp, EyLog, BrainBroker, Dream Reality, FrontM, Angoka, Whitehall Finance and Tailwise0
Mercia Asset ManagementThroughout the UK, with a particular focus on the Midlands, North of England and Scotland£50,000 – £250,000Investments are made into sectors which have modest capital requirements but high growth potentialOxgene, Luminous, Kaido, adaptech, Warwick Acoustics7
MMC VenturesUK and EuropePre-seed from £100,000 to Series A from £5mTechnology, B2B and B2CGousto, Interactive Investor, NewVoiceMedia, Bloom & Wild, Peak, Current Health and Signal AI20
MoltenUK and Europe£2m-£10mConsumer technology; enterprise technology & SaaS; hardware & deep tech and healthcareApatech, Buy.at, Alphamosaic, KVS, CSR, Blackspider, Domantis18
Nexus Investment Management LtdUK particularly London and South East.£200,000 to £1mData, digital, education and health technology.Huma, Perfect World Ice Cream, Knowledgemotion, digi.me, Benivo, Soupologie, Vivid, Snaptrip, FreeMarket, Pobble, Scene, Smarter, Stylepilot, Purearth, HubBox, TrackMyRisks, Heartier, iPushPull, RSL, Everpress, Trueinvivo, Marco Polo, Cyance, Perkier, Medic Spot, Fundamental VR, Kafoodle, Compleat and Pi-Top3
o2h VenturesUK£50,000 – £500,000Early-stage biotech therapeutics and related AI and tech companiesTay Therapeutics, Alevin Therapeutics, Exonate, Pharmenable, Phoremost, CardiaTec Biosciences, Five Alarm Bio, Qkine, Neurofenix, Turbine, Small Pharma, Oxford Drug Design, Spirea, Sanome0
Praetura VenturesNorth of England£1m-£3m averageCreative, digital and tech; financial, professional and business services; energy and the environment, health and life sciencesSorted, Peak, Inspired Energy, Patchwork, Culture Shift, Dr Fertility, FeedStock, SteamaCo, Futr, Inotec AMD Ltd and XR Games4
SuperSeedUK£100,000 to £500,000B2B, SaaS and AI.Dopay, Scribeless, SuccessData and ThingTrax.0
The Side By Side Partnership LtdUK£200,000- £1mTechnology-enabled businessesDendrite, Maritime Technology, Groovy, GSS, Go Now, Prism Sola, Solar Centre, CTSO, Sky City apartments, Community First Bank, Pervasive Tech, EKR Therapeutics, Systech, InstaMed, Untethered, Sintan, Bluum, Healthsqaured, Structured Web, Fusar, Mouse House, Enclothed, Fuss Free Technologies, Caervest and Skin Analytics11
Symvan CapitalUK£20,000-£1mAgnosticUnderPinned, twio, Finmo, Guider, geogram7
Triple Point VenturesUK, Europe£200,000 to £600,000Healthcare, inequality, education/young people, environment.Flatflair, Capital on Tap, Quit Genius and VYNE2
Worth CapitalUKUp to £400,000 per investeeAgnosticUniblock, Vitrue Health, Kanda, Weekly10 and Bedfolk0
Source: Growth Business

Calculus Capital

Bio: Calculus are pioneers of the EIS industry, having launched the UK’s first approved EIS Fund in 1999. Our focus has remained consistent: building portfolios of entrepreneurial, UK growth businesses and creating value for our investors through our multi-award-winning EIS funds and VCT.

Calculus focus on the fastest growing sectors in the UK – technology, healthcare and media companies. We have been able to produce significant results for our clients via tax free dividends for our VCT investors, or tax free capital gains for our EIS investors. We are proud to have been awarded ‘Best EIS Fund Manager’ by the EIS Association five times over.

Regions covered: UK

Investment size: £1m-£3m

Sectors covered: Technology, healthcare and media companies

Previous investments: Riff Raff Entertainment, Notify, Optalitix, Brouhaha Entertainment, Wazoku, Oxford Biotherapeutics

Number of successful exits: 14

Website: https://calculuscapital.com/

Contact: info@calculuscapital.com

 

Committed Capital

Bio: Committed Capital are specialists in growth stage venture capital, and they have been investing for more than two decades in the UK’s most promising high growth technology companies. Their investee companies typically have excellent technical solutions to pressing issues in a substantial addressable market. Applying these solutions systematically gives their companies a high probability of rapid growth and a successful exit.

Their mission is to support post revenue (over £1m) investee companies through applying and sharing the expertise the team has of founding, building, internationalising and exiting companies.  For investors, they offer an opportunity to invest in a portfolio of actively managed growth stage technology companies, whilst benefitting from potential tax reliefs under the Enterprise Investment Scheme.

The fund invests in UK-based smaller companies, one of the most dynamic and potentially highest returning sectors of the market, and a core area of expertise at Committed Capital. Committed Capital aims to deliver strong returns irrespective of any tax benefits through the EIS structure. Since 2001 the team have achieved an average 3x ROI, or a 36.8 per cent IRR with an average holding period of 4.5 years.

Regions covered: UK

Investment size: Typically £3m per company

Sectors covered: Technology. Sub-sectors include Edtech, Insuretech, Fintech, Digital mapping, Digital advertising, Electric motors, IoT, SaaS & Video Collaboration Tech

Number of investments a year: 10

Previous investments: Data Cloud, Knowledgemotion, Konsileo, Kortext, Lightwave, Living Map, Ceed, Saietta, Seenit, Smartology, Stormagic, Fairstone and Kokoon

Number of successful exits: 24

Website: www.committedcapital.co.uk

Contact: info@committedcapital.co.uk

Number: 02075291350

Concept Ventures (formerly RLC Ventures)

Bio: Concept is a pre-seed VC fund backing companies building towards the future of how we work, play and learn.

They aim to challenge limiting issues in the VC space such as investor bias, time-wasting and a lack of transparency.

Regions covered: UK

Investment size: Up to £750,000

Sectors covered: Anything that changes the nature of work, play and learn

Examples of previous investments: Greendeck, Organise, Scribeless, Workscope, Labworks

Number of successful exits: 2

Website: https://www.conceptventures.vc/

Contact: Form available on website.

Endeavour Ventures

Bio: Endeavour Ventures was founded in 2005 and focuses on scalable technologies and enterprise software, also some Greentech.

Regions covered: UK EIS qualifying companies

Investment size: £400,000 to £5m

Sectors covered: Focuses on fintech, payment tech, and B2B software companies

Examples of previous investments: Blue Prism Plc, Ebury Partners, Prot-x, Boku plc

Number of successful exits: 11

Website: www.endven.com

Contact: enquiries@endven.com

EMV Capital

Bio: EMV Capital is an award-winning VC investor specialising in early stage high-growth deep tech companies in the life science, sustainability and industrials sectors in the UK and internationally.

EMV Capital develops unique investment strategies for each portfolio company, drawing on its EIS fund and extensive network of private investors, family offices, institutions, and corporate VCs. Delivery and successful execution of these investment strategies enables innovative portfolio companies to raise funding to drive transformational growth.

EMV Capital is a wholly owned subsidiary of NetScientific plc (AIM:NSCI), a life sciences and technology commercialisation and investment group.

EMV Capital has a multi-disciplinary team of specialist investors, portfolio managers, capital raisers, legal, finance, marketing and support staff. The company is focused on primary and secondary investments, through debt and/or equity.

Regions covered: UK and international

Investment size: Minimum £10,000

Sectors covered: AI and robotics, biotech, medtech, electronics, advanced engineering, cleantech

Examples of previous investments: PointGrab, Recycling Technologies, Wanda Health, Insight, GlycoTest

Number of successful exits: 2

Website: http://emvcapital.com/

Contact: info@emvcapital.com

Foresight Group

Bio: Foresight Group is an independent infrastructure and private equity investment manager, with specialist teams targeting growth businesses, renewable energy and environmental projects in the UK, North America and Italy.

At Foresight we are well aware of the need to live up to our name. That means spotting opportunities ahead of the crowd; it means being flexible; it means being innovative; it means being totally focused and responsive to the needs of our investors while creating an environment that attracts the very best talent in our sector. We summarise this in just two words: Creative Capital. These two words sit behind everything we do from supporting entrepreneurial managers of growth businesses, to bringing together institutions to invest in ground-breaking renewable energy projects alongside the Green Investment Bank, to offering private investors tax efficient investment solutions to help them plan for the future. It is in deploying our financial, intellectual and emotional capital creatively that helps us make a better future for our investors, for our investee companies, for our partners, for our colleagues and ultimately for the world in which we live.

Regions covered: UK, North America, Italy

Investment size: Up to £10m

Sectors covered: All sectors

Previous investments: defaqto, GovGrant, The Naked Deli, OrthoView, IFS

Number of successful exits: 38

Website: https://www.foresightgroup.eu/sme

Contact: info@foresightgroup.eu

Guinness Ventures

Bio: Guinness Ventures is the sister company to Guinness Global Investors (both from the Guinness Asset Management stable) and was founded in 2010.

Trusted by investors to grow their capital, our award-winning investment management team are experts at sourcing opportunities in growth-stage companies and helping them unlock their significant potential

Being truly invested in the success of the businesses we back, our impact goes beyond the financial investment as we use our resources and network to provide the companies that we invest in with the help that they need to grow.

We look for exciting and interesting businesses that we believe have potential for growth across a wide range of sectors including technology, education, healthcare, manufacturing, retail, leisure and food & drink.

Since inception, Guinness Ventures has invested over £255m into more than 180 EIS qualifying companies including some of the fastest growing growth companies in the UK.

Regions covered: UK

Investment size: Average £3.1m

Sectors covered: Typically sector agnostic. Like to see opportunities with proven business models in markets which are growing

Previous investments: BBC Maestro, White Rabbit, Pasta Evangelists, Cellar & Co

Number of successful exits: 6

Website: https://www.guinnessgi.com/

Contact: eis@guinnessfunds.com

Haatch Ventures LLP

Bio: Haatch was founded by Scott Weavers-Wright and Fred Soneya in September 2013, since then it has been investing in early-stage technology startups under the Haatch Angel brand and its EIS fund Haatch Ventures. It looks for start-ups that show highly scalable and disruptive models of growth.

With its group of hands-on value creators, who have built and sold companies, it uses their knowledge and experience to help accelerate the growth of the new companies it invests in.

Regions covered: UK

Investment size: £150,000-£500,000

Sectors covered: Predominantly B2B SaaS businesses solving pain points

Number of investments a year: Approximately 20-30

Examples of previous investments: 64, including Buymie, Poplar, Eleanor, Deazy, Marvel, VuePay, Codices, Veritonic, Iterate.ai, Scurri, 1 Second Everyday and Elevaate.

Number of successful exits: 2

Website: www.haatch.com

Contact: hello@haatch.com

Jenson Funding Partners

Bio: Jenson Funding Partners was founded in 2012 with the launch of its first Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS fund building a solid, scalable and efficient investment process. Since 2012, it has invested £24m in over 135 companies.

Its core offering is investment via its SEIS and EIS Funds, investing, supporting and growing innovative start-ups with disruptive technologies. Key to its investment criteria is its support programme providing key financial, technical, operational and sales and marketing support to investee companies from the outset. Its investment mandate includes the nurturing of the early-stage businesses it invests in.

Regions covered: UK

Investment size: £1.5m per investment

Sectors covered: Agnostic

Previous investments: Voneus, LiveIT, Whispering Gibbon, Dame, Tapfuse, RotoVR, Treefrog, IBC, Warwick, Fiovana, Equus, The LinkApp, EyLog, BrainBroker, Dream Reality, FrontM, Angoka, Whitehall Finance and Tailwise.

Number of successful exits: Jenson has successfully exited eight companies across its first two SEIS Funds, including Twizoo, Way2Pay, Acuity, Market Making, Futurium and Raishma.

Website: www.jensonfundingpartners.com

Contact: invest@jensonfunding.com

Mercia Asset Management

Mercia is a specialist asset manager focused on supporting regional SMEs to achieve their growth aspirations. They provide capital across four asset classes of balance sheet, venture, private equity and debt capital; the Group’s ‘Complete Capital Solution’.

Their EIS Funds, which are managed under Mercia Fund Management Limited, have an investment-led venture capital strategy, investing nationally with a focus on the underserved regions; specialising in the identification, creation, funding and scaling of innovative technology businesses with high growth potential, creating a strong investment proposition.

The Investment Team of industry specialists with venture capital expertise, works extensively with portfolio companies to scale each business with the aim of ultimately delivering shareholder returns.

Fund investors and intermediaries benefit from a diversified portfolio offering the tax advantages of EIS, detailed reporting with a strong focus on transparency to investors and their advisors, externally audited funds and an experienced investment panel.

Regions covered: Throughout the UK, with a particular focus on the Midlands, North of England and Scotland

Investment size: £50,000 – £250,000

Sectors covered: Investments are made into sectors which have modest capital requirements but high growth potential

Previous investments: Oxgene, Luminous, Kaido, adaptech, Warwick Acoustics

Number of successful exits: 7

Website: https://www.mercia.co.uk/venture/mercia-eis-funds/

Contact: Enquiries@mercia.co.uk; 0330 223 1430

MMC Ventures

Bio: MMC funds and helps scale technology companies that are transforming today’s markets. MMC commits to a deep understanding of each company’s underlying technology and business model to help make better decisions and be more effective partners.

Regions covered: UK and Europe

Investment size: Pre-seed from £100,000 to Series A from £5m

Sectors covered: Technology, B2B and B2C.

Number of investments a year: 15

Examples of previous investments: Gousto, Interactive Investor, NewVoiceMedia, Bloom & Wild, Peak, Current Health and Signal AI

Number of successful exits: 20

Website: www.mmcventures.com

Contact: fundenquiries@mmc.vc

Molten

Formerly Draper Esprit, Molten is a leading cross-stage venture capital firm that invests in European technology companies. Members of the Draper Esprit team have been active in technology investing for three decades. They have experience of investing in over 200 companies, generating strong returns for investors through building valuable global companies alongside founders and management teams.

The Draper Esprit partners have invested and helped build many of Europe’s most successful venture companies of recent years, including Apatech, Buy.at, Alphamosaic, KVS, CSR, Blackspider and Domantis. Draper Esprit is the exclusive European partner for Silicon Valley based Draper Fisher Jurvetson (DFJ) Global Network of venture funds.  Draper Esprit invests across Europe and has partners located in London, Cambridge, Dublin, Helsinki and Paris.

Regions: UK and Europe

Investment size: £2m-£10m

Sectors: Consumer technology; enterprise technology & SaaS; hardware & deep tech and healthcare

Number of investments per year: around 12

Total investments to date: around 120 into 60 companies, including Apatech, Buy.at, Alphamosaic, KVS, CSR, Blackspider, Domantis

Number of exits: 18

Nexus Investment Management Ltd

Bio: Nexus Investments, set up in 2014, is the ventures arm of the Nexus Group, a £2.5bn AUM asset manager. Nexus Investments is focused on investing in high growth early-stage businesses in the Data, Digital, Education and Health Sectors enabling investors to take advantage of the government’s venture capital tax relief schemes, specifically SEIS and EIS.

Since early 2019 Nexus Investments’ has provided HNW investors with the opportunity to invest through the Nexus Investments’ Scale-Up Fund and gives investors a diversified portfolio of 8-10+ investments in EIS companies across data, digital, education and health.

Regions covered: UK particularly London and South East.

Investment size:  £100,000 – £500,000

Sectors covered: Data, digital, education technology and health

Examples of previous investments: Huma, Perfect World Ice Cream, Knowledgemotion, digi.me, Benivo, Soupologie, Vivid, Snaptrip, FreeMarket, Pobble, Scene, Smarter, Stylepilot, Purearth, HubBox, TrackMyRisks, Heartier, iPushPull, RSL, Everpress, Trueinvivo, Marco Polo, Cyance, Perkier, Medic Spot, Fundamental VR, Kafoodle, Compleat and Pi-Top

Number of successful exits: 3 Partial Exits, Knowledgemotion, Benivo, Huma.

Website: www.scaleupfund.co.uk

Contact: info@nexusgroup.co.uk

o2h Ventures Ltd

Bio:

o2h Ventures is an established fund manager launched in 2018 based in the heart of the biotech community in Cambridge, UK. It’s a specialist fund that invests in biotech therapeutics and the intersection between biotechnology and AI/ML. To date the fund and pre-fund has invested into over 30 companies, several of which have now raised significant funds from overseas, listed and built game changing drugs to benefit human health.

The aim has been to find exciting early-stage opportunities that can be nurtured in the UK biotech ecosystem and thus build a pipeline of innovative medicines and investment opportunities for later stage funds and pharmaceutical companies to invest into or acquire. Following are the two specialist tax-efficient funds open for investment – The o2h Human Health EIS Fund and The o2h Human Health EIS Knowledge-Intensive Fund

Regions covered: UK

Investment size: £50,000 – £500,000

Sectors covered: Early-stage biotech therapeutics and related AI and tech companies

Examples of previous investments: Tay Therapeutics, Alevin Therapeutics, Exonate, Pharmenable, Phoremost, CardiaTec Biosciences, Five Alarm Bio, Qkine, Neurofenix, Turbine, Small Pharma, Oxford Drug Design, Spirea, Sanome

Number of successful exits: No exits to date

Website: www.o2hventures.com

Contact: invest@o2h.com

Praetura Ventures

Bio: Praetura Ventures is one of the leading early-stage equity providers focused on supporting businesses in the North of England and it invests in ambitious, early-stage companies to help them achieve long-term, sustainable growth. This activity builds on a strong track record, as Praetura Ventures has been supporting entrepreneurs since 2011 through its more than money approach – which sees the team use its experience, network and resources to help entrepreneurs to grow and succeed.  Headquartered in Manchester, Praetura Ventures invests at least two thirds of the capital is raises into businesses based in the North of England.

Regions covered: North of England

Investment size: £1m-£3m average investment

Sectors covered: Creative, digital and tech; financial, professional and business services; energy and the environment, health and life sciences.

Examples of previous investments: Sorted, Peak, Inspired Energy, Patchwork, Culture Shift, Dr Fertility, FeedStock, SteamaCo, Futr, Inotec AMD Ltd and XR Games

Number of successful exits: 4

Website: www.praeturaventures.com

Contact: ventures@praetura.co.uk

SuperSeed (SuperSeed Ventures)

Bio: SuperSeed is a fund run by seasoned and exited entrepreneurs investing in the most exciting and promising B2B SaaS and AI early-stage companies. With lack of sales being the number one cause of start-up failure, it focuses on finding companies with proven product market fit. It often sell a prospective company’s products before investing and then use 60 years of management experience to help them scale post investment.

Regions covered: UK

Investment size: £100,000 to £500,000

Sectors covered: B2B, SaaS and AI.

Number of investments a year: 8 to 12

Previous investments: Dopay, Scribeless, SuccessData and ThingTrax.

Number of successful exits: No exits to date.

Website: www.superseed.com

Contact: hello@superseed.com

The Side By Side Partnership Ltd

Bio: The SidebySide Partnership is a UK-based EIS venture capital firm that specialises in taking high-potential technology companies, already well established with strong revenue growth, and supporting them with the experience of others who have previously built strong businesses, helping them become successful commercial businesses. It combines capital investment with decades of experience building private, public and international businesses.

Regions covered: UK

Investment size: £200,000- £1m

Sectors covered: Technology-enabled businesses

Number of investments a year: 3 to 5

Please note that the below information relates to personal investments made by founder, John Bailye.

Previous investments: Dendrite, Maritime Technology, Groovy, GSS, Go Now, Prism Sola, Solar Centre, CTSO, Sky City apartments, Community First Bank, Pervasive Tech, EKR Therapeutics, Systech, InstaMed, Untethered, Sintan, Bluum, Healthsqaured, Structured Web, Fusar, Mouse House, Enclothed, Fuss Free Technologies, Caervest and Skin Analytics.

Number of successful exits: 11

Website: www.thesidebysidepartnership.com

Contact: london@thesidebysidepartnership.com

Symvan Capital

Bio: Symvan Capital is a multi-award winning technology venture capital fund manager with an established record of growth-oriented investing. We manage SEIS and EIS funds with two open for investment.

We invest in scaleable and disruptive businesses — companies that seek to impact and change established models and in particular, that have developed the technology to take costs out of business processes.

We look for companies with unique propositions and the potential to deliver ten times your investment within reasonable time frames.

Our focus is to find founders with strong teams who have the vision, drive and flexibility to deliver results.

Investee companies can also count on the technical expertise of our world-class advisory team in areas such as artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning.

Regions covered: UK

Investment size: £20,000-£1m

Sectors covered: Agnostic

Examples of previous investments: UnderPinned, twio, Finmo, Guider, geogram

Number of successful exits: 7

Website: https://www.symvancapital.com/

Contact: info@symvancapital.com

Triple Point Investment Management LLP

Bio: Looking for growth businesses that make a positive social contribution and have annualised revenues of over £100,000 already.

Regions covered: UK but anywhere as long as EIS qualifying.

Investment size: £200,000 to £600,000

Sectors covered: Healthcare, inequality, education/young people, environment

Number of investments a year: 10

Previous investments: 12 including Flatflair, Capital on Tap, Quit Genius and VYNE

Number of successful exits: 2

Website: www.triplepoint.vc

Contact: Form available on website

Worth Capital

Bio: The Start-Up Series Fund hunts for product, service and sales channel innovation in underserved and/or growth markets, creating habitual consumption (B2C or B2B) and a loved brand. SEIS and EIS are made into the winners of the Start-Up Series. Previous winners’ stories and entrance details can be found here.

Regions covered: UK

Investment size: Up to £400,000 per investee

Sectors covered: Agnostic

Number of investments a year: 12 to 24

Examples of previous investments: Uniblock, Vitrue Health, Kanda, Weekly10 and Bedfolk

Number of successful exits: No exits to date

Website: www.worthcapital.uk

Contact: info@worthcapital.uk

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