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Portfolio Update - 31.08.2018

ClauseMatch have joined the Investment Association, the UK's trade body representing investment managers with over £6.9 trillion assets under management, as their first FinTech member.

 

Narrativ have graduated from German software giant SAP's Foundry accelerator and have been given access to SAP's extensive partner and customer network including enterprises such as Coca Cola and General Electric.

 

Homelyfe have launched their partner program, enabling third party firms to provide Homelyfe's insurance offering alongside their products, and have partnered with Premium Credit, a leading UK premium finance enterprise with over 2.2 million customers.

 

Portfolio Update - 14.06.2018

Darktrace have become Cambridge's youngest surviving Unicorn after achieving a $1.25bn valuation only five years after launch, and were recently named as one of the top global startups on CNBC'S Disruptor 50 list alongside Uber and Airbnb.

 

Luminance were interviewed by the BBC as a legal AI market leader after securing over 80 customers, including ten of The Global 100 law firms, and continue to perform well after winning "Startup Tech Company of the Year" at the National Technology Awards.

 

Onfido's COO was ranked 4th in Business Insider's "UK FinTech 35 under 35" after overseeing Onfido's growth from inception to an ID Verification market leader with over 1,500 clients and $60m raised from world-class investors including Salesforce and Microsoft Ventures.

 

Homelyfe have joined Startups 100, a list highlighting the top 100 UK startups launched in the last three years, for their impressive platform which allows customers to find and buy home insurance in 85 seconds.

 

Portfolio Update - 21.02.2018

Pirate Studios hosted Kerrang!’s Band Practice series at their London Studios in Earlsfield to promote one of the UK’s leading independent artists – Dead! The collaboration has already hit over 26,000 views on Pirate’s Facebook page, and has been shared to Kerrang!’s 920,000 weekly listeners.

They have also just launched their Pirate Prodigy Programme to support their 20,000 musician community by giving three bands the opportunity to partner with leading music publishers and radio executives including the BBC, Radio X and Sound City. Winning bands will also benefit from unlimited free use of Pirate’s rehearsal facilities, extensive promotion across social media, and one-to-one mentoring from industry professionals. 

Darktrace have been recognised in Fast Company’s “2018 World’s Most Innovative Companies” list alongside leading technology enterprises including Apple, Amazon and Spotify. This joins their long list of over 75 awards as they continue to expand across multiple sectors with clients including Drax, the UK's largest power supplier, and accounting giant Grant Thornton.

Luminance have expanded to Singapore after securing three of its Big Four law firms, and continue to gain traction after signing with Bird & Bird, a leading global law firm with over 1,200 lawyers. This marks an impressive achievement for Luminance who have now cemented their presence in APAC and completed over 200 global live transactions since their launch earlier in November 2016.

Homelyfe have launched their new Home & Contents insurance offering to simplify the home insurance process by only asking customers four simple questions compared to the current system where only 4% of buyers are able to accurately answer the typical dozens of required questions in one sitting.

Portfolio Update - 27.10.2017

Talis co-led the £2.4m seed round of Homelyfe, an insurance-tech start-up helping homeowners to manage all of their insurance requirements through a single app.

 

Second Home expect to launch their London Fields site, designed tor working parents with plans for a fully staffed crèche, in early 2018. They are also aiming to invest over €10m to launch their second Lisbon site after achieving near-full occupancy at their original site.
 

 

Onfido, a leading ID verification start-up, have raised over $60m since their launch in 2012 and are planning to help provide banking access for the two billion unbanked individuals currently excluded from the financial sector.