London-based Montagu Private Equity has exited its interest in Hansen Protection two years after backing the business through a management buy-out.
Having only been launched in November 2012, London-based technology start-up YPlan has closed one of the largest Series A rounds in Europe during 2013.
A Series C round worth £10 million has been secured by WorldStores as part of the online retailer's efforts to grow its supplier network.
Maven Capital Partners has sold its stake in Atlantic Foods Group through a transaction which represents a 1.8x return.
Eco Market has added to its growing list of angel backers by securing the interest of ghd co-founder Martin Penny and former PayPal and eBay executive Elisabeth Ling.
Beringea and The Clark Group are investing in Monica Vinader to aid the business in its efforts to open new UK own-brand shops and develop its international distribution.
Time was of the essence when Mario Di Giorgio, CEO of e-cigarette brand Salmon & Trout, launched his business. He explains how being proactive worked.
Gaming and slot machine software company Quixant has joined the Alternative Investment Market and raised £4.55 million in the process.
Online martial arts retailer Kick Sport is now looking to create partnerships with martial arts clubs and associations on the back of a £250,000 venture capital investment.
To allow his brand to stand out in a crowded market, John Bramm decided that shaking up the marketing strategy was the best way to make it stand out.
Elliot Grove explains why his Raindance Film Festival and film school might not have survived without the website and Groupon.
Children's luggage company Trunki has secured a £3.92 million investment from the bank-backed Business Growth Fund.
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A social networking-based online betting business set up in August 2012 has netted a $3 million investment from a number of private investors.
A second restaurant-based management buy-out of the week has seen Drake & Morgan complete a £30 million deal with help from Bowmark Capital.
Private investor network Envestors has closed a new deal through the €5.3 million (£4.6 million) backing of insurance price comparison website CompareFinanza.it.
Mid-market private equity house LDC has upped its interest in the retail and consumer sector by backing the management buy-out of restaurant group D&D London.
Software firm Fits.me has netted £5 million through its Series A funding round so that it can develop its virtual fitting room services.
Energy drinks brand Red Bull has launched a business accelerator aimed at cultivating innovative music-orientated start-ups.
Betfair has responded to rumours that CVC Capital Partners may be about to launch an acquisition bid for the business by saying that 'there can be no certainty that an offer will be made'.
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