Imperial Innovations has closed its second July deal taking its total 2012 transactions, alongside other investors, to £62.6 million.
UK and US-based software business Correlsense has closed its Series C fundraising round and attracted investment from the likes of Accel Partners and Vertex Venture Capital.
Arts Alliance has closed its second deal of the week by backing digital publishing services business Rollup Media.
Technology-focused venture capital firm Arts Alliance has provided £1.6 million in second round funding to ALLOW.
Egnyte, a California-based 'hybrid cloud' company, is planning to expand into the UK following a third round of funding led by Google Ventures.
UK Finance Online, a Bolton-based company that handles claims from misselling of payment protection insurance (PPI), has received funding from the North West Fund for Development Capital.
Notion Capital, a venture capital firm that targets cloud computing and software-as-a-service (SaaS) businesses, has made a first investment from its newly closed $100 million (£64.8 million) Fund 2.
London and New York-based social commerce business Lyst has secured $5 million of Series A funding.
Finance Yorkshire has backed robotics and telecoms components business Peratech.
European private equity firm EQT has invested €44 million in Sportradar from its EQT Expansion Capital II fund.
AIM-listed investment vehicle Imperial Innovations has backed PsiOxus Therapeutics in its Series B round.
Venture capital firm Octopus Investments has ended its interest in visual communications business AVM in a deal with Alcuin Capital.
Venture capital-backed StrikeAd has secured the second round of its Series A funding and decided to relocate to the US.
Ombu Group has provided £3 million of growth capital to nanotech imaging business Phase Focus.
The entrepreneurs behind AFG Media, a fancy dress and party fashion business behind Morphsuits, are the latest recipients of equity funding from the Business Growth Fund.
Corporate venture organisation Siemens' Venture Capital has led a $15 million (£9.6 million) funding round into LogRhythm.
AIM-listed investment management firm Braveheart Investment has led a funding round into mLED, a micro light emitting diode (LED) business.
The creator of web app Psykopaint, which allows users to 'paint' in the style of Renoir or Van Gogh, has raised seed funding from two venture capital firms and angel investors.
LumeJet has taken its total fundraisings to £4.5 million, with its latest angel round contributing £1.87 million to the pile.
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