A Series A fundraising round worth $3.3 million has been closed by London-based Big Health to develop its products and ramp up US growth.
Mobile device analytics business B2M Solutions has closed a funding round involving entrepreneur and investor Kevin Lomax as well as Motorola Solutions Venture Capital.
Notion Capital and Eden Ventures are being joined by MMC Ventures as equity backers of retail software offering Brightpearl.
Software-as-a-service firm Concorde Solutions has brought together new and returning investors through a $2.5 million transaction.
A £4.5 million venture capital funding round has been closed by SecretSales.com, as the business looks to ramp up customer acquisition.
EC1 Capital has led a new seed funding round for LoyaltyLion, with the start-up banking $370,000 of growth capital.
Aberdeen-based Task Geoscience has been backed by the Business Growth Fund through a deal worth £3.8 million.
A $10 million Series A funding round has been closed by Citymapper with contributions from a host of European venture capital firms.
Squawka, a service which describes itself as a 'digital companion' for football fans, has drawn investment from Forward Internet Group founder Neil Hutchinson and Spark Ventures chairman Tom Teichman.
AltraTech, a food diagnostics business, has banked €900,000 to help with the development of its high sensitivity species-specific identification device.
Having set up and sold his discount retailer Poundland for £50 million, Steve Smith has decided to fund his new business using equity crowdfunding.
A host of well-known venture capital firms are uniting to back the future growth of payments engine The Currency Cloud as the British business looks to increase transaction numbers.
A service aimed at helping users organise and socialise their possessions has raised $5 million growth capital and launched an app for the Apple iOS platform.
Concepta will now being to develop and market a diagnostic device for the testing of fertility, pregnancy and early-stage healthy pregnancy monitoring following a new funding round.
Investment firms TA Ventures and ABRT Venture Fund are coming together to lead a $2 million investment into healthcare booking platform Zesty.
3D surveillance radar company Aveillant has returned to its existing pool of investors to raise an additional £6 million of growth capital.
Treetops Nurseries has turned to its existing equity backer in its efforts to secure new investment capital to close growth deals.
A medical devices company based in Liverpool has become the latest business to receive equity backing from the government's Angel CoFund.
The venture capital firm set up to manage the philanthropic and business endeavours of Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has made a new commitment.
Content acquisition platform ScreenHits has utilised government investment tax incentives to raise $1.2 million of funding to aid growth.
Access up to £150,000 with a Growth Street facility. Only pay interest on what you use and make repayments at any time. Get a decision within 3 working days.
It’s like a bootcamp for your business! Run your idea through the 9 gears and turn it into a high potential venture.
An instant business mobile phone comparison website which compares the entire market, all the networks and all devices on one site. Save money instantly.
Start accepting PayPal, Bitcoin, Venmo, Apple Pay, cards, and whatever's next, all with a single integration. Instant sign up today.
Apply for up to £50k with Everline.com for up to 52 weeks. No early repayment fees.
Payback as you earn. No APR, just one simple cost. Between £2.5k & £300k available. Must accept card payments & been in business 6+ months.
Tailor your policy, compare quotes and buy in minutes! Up to 50% No Claims Discount. Compare quotes now or call 0845-0723340 today.
Seasonal imbalances are a particular problem for smaller companies without the financial muscle to absorb occasional losses: Aldermore Bank MD Damon Walford explains how to plan ahead and survive
The gap in businesses’ measurement of customer experience means they don’t know what customers really want, research finds