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Are you looking to invest in healthy businesses that are going places? Over the last three years our Investment Network Teams received over 2,000 business plans and held over 60 investment meetings; more than 50 companies have raised over £7m directly from our Angel Investors as part of total funds raising of £40m.
At some stage, ambitious businesses need finance to invest and expand. Our finance experts specialise in finance for start-ups and early stage businesses and can help you work out which type of funding is best for you and get in shape to secure it. Our finance experts work with businesses to:
- understand the various types of funding
- develop and review financial projections
- get investor ready
- secure grant funding
Oxford Innovation’s three Business Angel Investment Networks:
Oxford Investment Opportunity Network (OION),
Thames Valley Investment Network (TVIN) and
Oxford Early Investments (OEI)
play a vital role in connecting ambitious businesses with experienced investors. Over the last three years more than 50 companies have raised over £7m directly from our Angel Investors as part of total funding raising of 40m.
Oxford Innovation manages three Angel Investment networks:
- Oxford Investment Opportunity Network
- Thames Valley Investment Network
- Oxford Early Investments
These Networks offer access to a wide range of high quality investment opportunities in early stage ventures.
Some are spin-out companies from major UK technology companies or universities, others are independent start-ups. We work closely with these companies to make sure that they are appropriate for investment, have a sound business plan and deliver a good pitch.
Our investor membership includes private individuals, together with a number of Venture Capital funds, Venture Capital Trusts and Corporate Investors.
If you are interested in finding out more about becoming a Business Angel, contact us.
If your business needs help with raising finance, please contact us.
E-mail: Eileen Modral
Tel: +44 (0)1865 261499
to raise a total of £75.4m
2,000 business plans