The Business Growth Fund has made Moda in Pelle its latest fashion-based investment and provided £3.5 million of funds to the company.
The founding team at event discovery start-up KweekWeek are financing a new growth push using a $3.25 million capital injection from private angel investors.
A $10 million investment has been made into commerce technology business orderbird, led by cashless payment-geared ConCardis.
Beringea has invested £5 million into Maplin from its ProVen Venture Capital Trusts as part of the syndicate of investors led by Rutland Partners who acquired the business in June.
Having showcased its technology at London Fashion Weekend in September, Smartzer has launched with the help of high-net worths including Jamie True.
James Hart, the first employee at clothing e-commerce business ASOS, has made his maiden angel investment and backed LoyaltyLion.
A business set up to better equip students with the information needed to make career decisions has raised $4 million.
MOVE Guides has raised $8.2 million of new growth capital with help from Notion Capital and New Enterprise Associates.
A business set up to make it easier for students to book accommodation over the internet has closed a second round of venture capital investment, banking £2.2 million.
Ticketbis has now raised €10 million since founding in 2009 after closing a new deal worth €5.2 million backed by European VC firm ACTIVE Venture Partners.
The Business Growth Fund has committed £3 million to aid the future growth of Yorkshire-based Nationwide Window Cleaning.
The Seedrs crowdfunding platform has been used by Chapel Down to raise nearly £4 million, representing the first time that a public company has used the alternative finance method.
Alternative Investment Market-listed carpet business Victoria has become the first public company to be backed by the £2.5 billion bank-backed Business Growth Fund.
A second major institutional funding round for Qubit has seen the e-commerce business bank $26 million and add new members to the company board.
Progress which has seen The Parcel Monkey Group hit 300,000 registered users has led the delivery service to raise equity capital as part of a further growth push.
Serial entrepreneur Stelios Haji-Ioannou has seen easyGroup licensee business easyProperty scoop £1.4 million using crowdfunding platform Crowdcube to finance growth.
To coincide with raising an additional $500,000 worth of equity investment, Ometria has recruited Huddle co-founder Ali Mitchell to its board.
Molecular Products Group has closed a £4 million growth capital deal so that it can finance expansion into markets such as Japan and India.
To continue with IT upgrades, website improvements and store refurbishments, clothing and accessories chain Jaeger has secured £8.5 million of new funds.
Former failed Dragons' Den pitcher Gousto has further utilised venture capital investment by raising an additional £5 million.
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