Nadine Torbey, investor at AlbionVC discusses lessons learnt from working with early stage startups with the Silicon Republic.
Phasecraft, a UCL Technology Fund portfolio company is taking quantum theory from research to reality, faster. Today it announces the largest seed funding round for a UK quantum computing company from a syndicate of new and existing investors.
DYSIS Medical announces reimbursement rates of $54.4 for computer-aided mapping of the cervix that will help increase patient access to DYSIS cervical mapping technology.
Third Space Learning, an EdTech company backed by the UCL Technology Fund, has secured a £4.3m Series A extension from a syndicate of investors to support expansion to the secondary and international markets.
AlbionVC leads Series A extension investment into WeGift, a digital incentives platform whose clients range from global corporates to SMEs, as it reports 317% annual revenue growth.
Congratulations to three AlbionVC portfolio companies for being named as London's best startups to work for in 2021: each company has its own stand-out superpower and should be on every candidate’s watchlist.