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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

SECOND CASH INJECTION HELPS WOMEN’S FITNESS ENTERPRISE STEP UP TO NEXT LEVEL

A second cash investment from Bristol Private Equity Club (BPEC) has helped a South West entrepreneur roll out the next phase of her women’s fitness business. Mel Bound, Founder and CEO of fast-growing brand This Mum Runs, has secured a £100,000 investment to help launch the first in a ...


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November 2019

FLOURISHZONE’S MISSION TO BOOST GLOBAL PRODUCTIVITY RECIEVES £140K CASH INJECTION FROM BRISTOL PRIVATE EQUITY CLUB

A start-up with its sights set on revolutionising the global workplace wellbeing and coaching industry is a step closer to realising its ambitions thanks to a £140k investment from the Bristol Private Equity Club (BPEC). Flourishzone will use the funds to add the finishing touches to its proprietary technology ...


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October 2019

BPEC Founder guest speaker at The Sunday Times & KPMG Growth Summit

https://growthsummits.thetimesevents.co.uk/ ...


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October 2019

CASH INJECTION FOR TOM & TEDDY

The Bristol Private Equity Club (BPEC) has invested £40k in a Bristol-based company with established international reach to support it in developing its European market. Tom & Teddy, a beach-wear range offering matching attire for fathers and sons, was the brain-child of husband and wife team Jelle de Jong ...


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September 2019

PRIVATE INVESTORS BOOST BRISTOL’S ECONOMY AND CREATE JOBS

Investments by successful Bristol entrepreneurs into locally-based businesses have created a total spend in the city of just over £8 million and created 96 jobs in the last two years.  The second annual Business Performance Survey carried out on behalf of Bristol Private Equity Club has revealed the ...


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September 2019