Following its purchase in November of offers business Keynoir, Time Out Group, the world’s leading source of information and ticketing for arts and entertainment has acquired the Kelkoo Select daily offers business.
In May the Business Growth Fund established to help Britain’s fast growing smaller and medium sized businesses, opened for business. Now six months on and against a background of slow economic growth, it urges UK businesses to act on their growth ambitions and consider how best they can be financed for the future?
Braveheart, the AIM-listed specialist in growth capital investments for business angels, high net worth individuals and family offices, announces that Envestors Limited, its wholly owned subsidiary, has closed a £450,000 equity fundraising for the eReceipts.
Time Out Group, the world’s leading source of information and ticketing for arts and entertainment has taken a further step in its rapid progression towards consolidation as a digital media group and towards its goal to reach a worldwide audience of 50 million per month with the acquisition of the Keynoir daily offers business.
Screens at Work Limited have been successful in gaining a £200,000 loan from the Regional Growth Loan Scheme (RGLS), managed by Finance East and financed by the East of England Development Agency (EEDA).
Early stage, London based consumer web, health and wellness company, Weight Wins Limited, has successfully closed a significant funding round with the entire investment raised through from London Business Angels (LBA)
Envestors, the private investor network focused on high-growth companies, has again won top prize in its category for the venture capital community being named Private Investor Network of the Year at the Investor Allstars Awards.
Serial entrepreneur Duncan Bannatyne has announced an investment of £50,000 in emerging record label, RKA Records Ltd, which was negotiated on Dragons’ Den.
10 Yetis, the consumer and tech PR Agency based in the South West of the UK has announced that it has invested in the start up web film business; The Online Video Company.
Workbooks.com has secured a total investment of £5.4m from Angel investors. This business was able to raise the additional capital in less than 60 days, in part because Angel investors were able to take advantage of the recent EIS tax relief changes, which makes the investment more tax efficient for private investors.