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Investment helps space company take off

A Bristol business that is developing a reusable manufacturing satellite that will enable materials to be built in space has secured £250,000 worth of funding, including backing from a dozen of Bristol’s established entrepreneurs. The funding will enable Space Forge, which started in a garage in Bradley Stoke, Bristol ...


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April 2020

INVESTORS TO PROVIDE VITAL SUPPORT TO BRISTOL ENTREPRENEURS

Investors from Bristol Private Equity Club (BPEC) are rallying around their community of ambitious start-ups and high growth companies, providing much-needed guidance and support to help them find solutions to the challenges that lie ahead. Many of BPEC’s 85 investors, who are all highly successful entrepreneurs, will be communicating ...


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March 2020

BPEC BACKS TECHNOLOGY FOR EYE MONITORING

A Bristol-based business that is developing smartphone software that will help in the monitoring of eye health has received £225,000 in investment funds from a group of established business people in the city. Thirteen successful entrepreneurs, who are members of Bristol Private Equity Club have provided the funds for ...


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January 2020

INVESTMENT IN “ELECTRONIC NOSE” IS NOT TO BE SNIFFED AT!

A group of 22 Bristol-based entrepreneurs have invested their money in a growing business that is looking at new ways of using advanced materials, including the development of an “electronic nose”. The group, all members of Bristol Private Equity Club have invested a total of £222,000 into Anaphite, based ...


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January 2020

Rovco receives further £400K BPEC investment as part of £5m funding round

Subsea technology firm Rovco has received a further investment of £400,000 from Bristol Private Equity Club as part of a larger £5 million funding round led by Foresight Williams Technology EIS Fund. The funds will be used to support Rovco’s international expansion and continued development of its state-of-the-art 3D ...


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January 2020

CYTOSEEK RAISES £1.1 MILLION FOR NEW CELL THERAPIES

A Bristol-based company that is developing new cell therapies to treat cancer has raised £1.1 million in funding. CytoSeek, a new spin-out from the University of Bristol, has been backed by a number of organisations as Bristol becomes recognised as a centre for biotechnology. The funding has come ...


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November 2019