Sun Harvester has designed and developed a battery storage system that stores clean energy to power homes. Mobile versions provide clean and low-cost electricity to remote off-grid regions or disaster relief areas.
A 'revolutionary' personalised nutrition platform backed by the founders of Zoopla, Love Film and Bulldog Skincare. VITL delivers fully personalised vitamin packs tailored to you, using artificial intelligence to take the guess work out of the missing nutrients in your diet.
1854 Media is an award-winning digital media business with a fast-growing global audience of millions. Following five consecutive record-breaking quarters, 1854 is ready to accelerate growth of its core business and scale its rapidly growing content agency, increasing its share of this $200bn market.
The company have designed and developed an exciting personal watercraft. Now at the production level, with early sales traction, their small electric watercraft blast you through the water - an exhilarating experience, which can also be used to reach people faster during a rescue.
Chic Retreats is a boutique marketplace for millennial minded travellers providing stays in unique places offering authentic experiences. Chic offers a one stop shop of digital marketing services to underserved hoteliers. Backed by Maven Capital Parters, Chic is raising funds to accelerate growth.
Backed by angels and grant funding, EnXray is an early stage company with a novel and proprietary Low Energy X-ray (LEXR) to sterilise high-value therapeutics, such as cancer vaccines and stem cell implants for engineering organs. The company is preparing to launch its first product in Q4 2018.
Polysolar is a Cambridge cleantech company who make windows that generate electricity. Polysolar aims to lead the way with transparent photovoltaic glass that forms the fabric of the building. Their vision is to turn buildings into power stations, with windows that generate clean renewable energy.
Harts Group Ltd, parent company of critically acclaimed Barrafina and Quo Vadis restaurants, is for the first time offering the chance to invest in the business. The company, whose EBITDA growth has averaged 19.9% per year since 2013, is raising funds to support an expansion to King's Cross.
Feedr is a marketplace connecting offices with the best artisan eateries. Disrupting the corporate catering and the food-delivery industries, Feedr uses technology to build personalised menus and a smart operations model to group deliveries. Feedr has served 40,000 meals, with 300% revenue growth in 12 months.
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