Ipswich-based IV Offshore is the latest East Anglian SME to receive funding from the Supply Chain innovation for Offshore Renewable Energy (SCORE) programme.
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Bug busting technology from Cambridge UK startup Bactest has so captured the imagination of investors that initial fundraising targets have been handsomely surpassed and prompted the company to start stockpiling additional funds through the crowd.
The Le Mark Group, based in Houghton, Cambridgeshire, has been awarded over £8,000 from the SCORE programme to help launch the latest range of its Dirty Rigger heavy duty gloves – designed specifically to meet the demanding needs of workers in the offshore energy industry.
Cambridge UK law firm Mills & Reeve has advised chemical technology company Molecular Products Group Limited on a £4 million investment from the Business Growth Fund (BGF).
Jonas Seafood, Norfolk’s premium crab and lobster supplier, is capitalising on the UK’s economic recovery by investing for rapid growth this year, boosting both production capacity and employee numbers.
Sphere Fluidics in Cambridge UK has secured £1.4 million in a first close of a new investment round to fund a new single cell analysis instrument called Cyto-Mine™.
A Norwich company that produces an online magazine for electronic music fans worldwide has secured £175,000 funding thanks to an initiative from UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) that introduces digital media companies to potential investors.
A UK company that makes bomb and weapon scanners said to be the first in the world able to detect even 3D printed guns and weapons has raised £700k on the Cambridge crowdfunding platform SyndicateRoom.
East Anglian law firm Birketts has advised Servest Group Limited and its owners on a £90 million capital funding.
Cambridge aviation technology pioneer e-Go aeroplanes is on cloud nine after raising almost £1 million – far higher than the original target set by the UK’s first ever manufacturer of lightweight carbon fibre aeroplanes.
Ion Science Limited, which manufactures gas detection, leak detection and corrosion monitoring equipment, is targeting further international growth after securing a £2 million funding package from HSBC.
Olympus Automation in Peterborough UK has been awarded a £30,000 prize in a Shell Springboard competition to boost commercialisation of a revolutionary cooking technology acquired in the takeover of Cambridge-based PDX.
UK technology that fuses the worlds of music and gaming has raised £285k on the Cambridge crowdfunding site SyndicateRoom.
Intelligent Fingerprinting, a Norwich company developing the world’s first handheld fingerprint-based drug screening device, has secured £750,000 in funding from a consortium of private US-based investors.
Young Cambridge UK technology company Psonar – hailed as the next Spotify – has raised more than £200,000 investment through Cambridge crowdfunding neighbour SyndicateRoom.
A new biopharma business has been founded in Cambridge UK to develop innovative approaches to treat respiratory disease.
- Thanks a million as Imperial backs Aqdot
- Inform Direct hits 175 per cent milestone on SyndicateRoom
- Proxama raises fresh £8.6m for global growth
- Eagle doubling headcount with £1m funding
- PneumaCare completes £1m financing
- Ithaka inspires new drugs tech venture
- Imaging technology firm raises £850k
- Isotera lit up with £1.6m Series B
- ARKeX raises $15m for global growth
- Imperial cash for PsychologyOnline
- Cancer diagnostic firm raises the stakes
- Small cell pioneer raises £4.5 million
- CleanTech firm scales up with £6.75m funding
- Domainex raising £1.5m
- Imperial adds lather to £3m software round
- Cambridge funds back powertrain technology