Looking for funding? Tech investment is available for strong founder-driven companies seeking from £100,000 to £50 million.
Our network of investors includes:
- Seed & Micro VC's
- Angel Syndicates
- Investment Banks
- Family Offices
- Venture Capital Funds
- UHNWI (Ultra High Net Worth Individuals)
Equity investment remains an important part of the funding mix for entrepreneurial startups.
Our network of investors and partners support innovative companies with the capital required to scale.
All sectors are considered, however, our core areas for investment in 2023 are:
- Energy and Resource Efficiency
- Renewable energy - Wind and Solar
- EV's/Battery technology
- Artificial Intelligence
- Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality
- Internet of Things (IoT)
- High-End Systems and Components
- Advanced Materials and Technologies.
Our focus is on helping you for the long term, supporting your company through different funding rounds. As you build and grow further we can make more specialised introductions to our Scale Up Investors, M&A experts and large scale venture debt partners.
Fundsurfer has built a wide network of experts, investors, brokers and partners in the US, UK, Asia and Europe.
Alongside investment you can access support from the Fundsurfer marketplace, academy and partners.
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