OUR PARTNERS

VentureFounders strives to work with some of the most impactful organisations in the industry to support scale-ups businesses in their growth and constantly improve the quality opportunities presented to investors. These partnerships allow VentureFounders to contribute to the start-up ecosystem and champion the entrepreneurs of tomorrow.

ORIGINATION PARTNER | Cambridge Capital Group

Cambridge Capital Group is a leading specialist business angel group that has been investing in early stage, hi-tech start-ups since 2001.

It's location in the heart of the Cambridge technology cluster allows them to source a unique range of opportunities with strong Intellectual Property. CCG capitalise on the expertise of its members to select high growth potential businesses.

With more than 50 live portfolio companies and 12 successful exits, CCG has proven itself to be a active investor in the region. VentureFounders is pleased to be partnering and co-investing with CCG, sharing expertise and increasing our exposure to start-up companies with strong intellectual property.

ORIGINATION PARTNER | MICROSOFT ACCELERATOR

Microsoft Ventures is an active, strategic partner to scale-up companies. Typically investing between Series A and D, Microsoft Venture is the venture capital arm of Microsoft, looking to drive digital transformation. They offer the tools, expertise and routes to market by providing mentorship, seed funding and joint selling opportunities.

VentureFounders and Microsoft Ventures partners to support scale-up businesses both technically and financially, preparing businesses for their next growth phase.

London Co-Investment Fund

VentureFounders is an official partner of the London Co-Investment Fund, a £25m fund raised from the Mayor of London's Growth Place Fund. The London Co-Investment Fund co-invests with VentureFounders in high growth tech, science and digital start-ups that are based in London.

Their objective it to empower London's start-ups to be well equipped for their subsequent funding rounds, facilitating their growth into tech giants.