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UK Tech Investment News Weekly (32nd Edition)

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UK Tech Investment News (Weekly)
UK Tech Investment News Weekly (32nd Edition)
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Investment News
A total of £195.05 million was raised by 21 UK technology companies over the last 7 days (4th week of 2019):

  1. London based FinTech and PropTech company REalyse, which makes it faster, easier and more efficient for UK residential property professionals to determine where, when and what to build raised £3 million Series A investment from Anthemis Group and XTX Ventures.
  2. London based FinTech company Nutmeg, which provides a secure and easy online discretionary investment managment service raised £45 million Series E investment from Goldman Sachs and Convoy Global Holdings.
  3. Cambridge based CyberSecurity company Featurespace, which offers adaptive behavioural analytics for fraud management raised £25 million Series D investment from Insight Venture Partners, IP Group plc, Highland Europe, TTV Capital, Robert Sansom and Invoke Capital.
  4. Cambridge based MediaTech company Imagen, which offers an enterprise video platform that enables content owners to publish and monetize media archives raised £6.5 million Series A investment from Downing Ventures, Guinness Asset Management and Cambridge Innovation Capital.
  5. Birmingham based EdTech company Toppa, which connects ambitious learners with the knowledge and expertise of proven entrepreneurs and leaders raised £150kon Seedrs (still live). 
  6. London based HealthTech company Draper and Dash, which provides healthcare analytics and information services raised £3 million Series A investment from Guinness Asset Management.
  7. Nottingham based LegalTech company Peppermint Technology, which provides end-to-end business platform for legal providers raised £7 million Series B investment from Accel-KKR and Scottish Equity Partners (SEP).
  8. York based HealthTech company Abingdon Health, which offers rapid diagnostic testing for disorders of the immune system raised £1.5 million Series D investment from Mercia Equity Finance.
  9. London based Enterprise Software company Humio, which logs everything, answer anything, in real-time raised £6.9 million Series A investment from Accel.
  10. London based FinTech company iwoca, which provides instant working capital to online-market retailers raised £7.5 million Series D investment from Augmentum Fintech.

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