Filling A Gap: How One Equity Investor Is Seeking To Attract Hard-To-Reach SMEs

Every January, a slew of emails arrive in my inbox offering statistics, analysis and comment on VC investment into Britain’s startups and early-stage businesses. For those with an interest in the health and prospects of the U.K. innovation economy, the various reports usually make for heartening if somewhat predictable reading. Frankly, we’ve all become used to the fact that equity investment – even in the face of Brexit and Covid – remains on an upward trend.  

Witness the latest figures from London & Partners and Dealroom.co. According to the data, London is currently the world’s fourth most attractive investment hub, having attracted $25.5 billion in VC cash in

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