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Energy savings: Cable-Sense works by improving efficiencies with wiring

Cable-Sense collects £800,000 from the North West Fund for Energy & Environmental

The North West Fund has closed its second deal of the week by making an investment through its Energy & Environmental division.

Software entrepreneur: Dries Buytaert founded Acquia six years after Drupal

Drupal monetizing platform Acquia closes $30 million venture capital round and plans European expansion

The enterprise arm of the open-source web platform Drupal has closed its Series E funding round and pocketed $30 million (£19 million) of capital.

Family history: MyHeritage founder Gilad Japhet started the business in 2003

MyHeritage nets return capital from Index Ventures and Accel Partners and closes consolidation purchase

Index Ventures and Accel Partners-backed MyHeritage has closed its latest funding round and bought out a rival business.

Quitting time: TTS Pharma's treatment helps create tailored doses of nicotine

Nicotine supplement company TTS Pharma to locate to North West following SPARK Impact-led investment

Personalised nicotine patch business TTS Pharma has received investment from regional backer The North West Fund for Biomedical.

State cash: Jon Moulton's green firm has kicked off the government's GIB fund

Jon Moulton’s Greensphere Capital leads first investment for UK Green Investment Bank 

The UK Green Investment Bank has been officially opened and has closed two investments to mark its beginning.

London planning: YPlan allows users to arrange their nights out in the capital

London events iPhone app YPlan gets investment from Spotify and Hailo backers

A mobile-only event booking smartphone app has launched in London following an investment of $1.7 million (£1.06 million) from Wellington Partners and Octopus Investments.

Swap location: cliff top villa with ocean views on the Coral Coast, Fiji

Love Home Swap closes second MMC Ventures-led fundraising round of 2012

MMC Ventures has backed Love Home Swap for the second time in 2012 by investing £800,000.

Technology rising: Likely is part of a burgeoning East London software scene

Silicon Roundabout’s Likely attracts two early-stage investors to target international growth

A social data analytics business based in London's Tech City has netted £1 million of investment from a duo of firms.

Natural option: Weedingtech is providing an alternative to chemical herbicides

Hat-trick of deals for the Low Carbon Innovation Fund as it backs Weedingtech

Weedingtech has become the third company to be invested in by the Low Carbon Innovation Fund during November.

Rural internet: Gigaclear is taking high speed internet to the countryside

Rural internet business Gigaclear gets capital to target new communities

Gigaclear is now charged to increase its roll-out of fibre-to-the-home broadband networks in rural communities after receiving new funding.

Future tech: Magnomatics develops goods for applications such as hybrid cars

Magnomatics gets IP Group and Fusion IP as equity backers in £2.5 million deal

A business spun out from the University of Sheffield has raised £2.5 million of investment to complete development of its hybrid and electrical car motors.

Haystack Dryers links up with NVM Private Equity to blow into Asian markets

Haystack Dryers will now look to expand into new sectors after securing the backing of NVM Private Equity.

Eco builds: Breathing Buildings is looking to build in the UK market

Ventilation experts breathe in investment 

Natural ventilation specialist Breathing Buildings has secured £1 million in second round funding to expand its business both in the UK and internationally.

Taxi apps: Click A Taxi follows in the footsteps of Hailo which raised £10.6 milion

Click A Taxi is the latest taxi app to hail investment 

Taxi booking network Click A Taxi has announced a second angel funding round of $1.5 million (£944,000).

Tablet boom: lekiosk co-founder Michael Philippe is buoyant about growth prospects

UK growth targeted by lekiosk following Series B funding round

French 3D newstand business lekisok has closed its second institutional funding round and is now setting its sights on new European markets having launched in the UK earlier in the year.

SaaS entrepreneur: DataSift founder and CTO Nick Halstead

DataSift collects Scale Venture Partners as equity backer as it shifts up a gear

A $15 million (£9.4 million) Series B funding round for DataSift has seen the business take its total fundraising to date to $29.7 million.

Royal approval: Mojay-Sinclare showing to Prince Philip

Internet start-up finds its angels and rings in development capital

The young entrepreneur behind has raised a six-figure investment for his business.

Northern promise: The local authority hopes the pilot will help fuel business industry

Funding Circle platform to be trialled by Lancashire County Council to aid with business finance

Lancashire County Council will become the first local authority in the UK to back business growth through crowdfunding when it trials Funding Circle.

Wheelie big funding: The City Bin Co. now has the cash it needs to expand

The City Bin Co. gets funds to double its team from Middle East firm

Irish waste collection business The City Bin Co. has secured investment from Middle East-based averda.

Cash pot: Rangers fans can invest between £125 and £20,000 at £125 intervals

Rangers supporters urged to invest in ‘Buy Rangers’ scheme ahead of AIM listing

Fans of Rangers Football Club are being offered the chance to invest in their team through commitments starting at £125.

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