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10th May 2021

Equity Crowdfunding – a year in review

James Murdoch shares his assessment of a year in Equity Crowdfunding.

6th May 2021

Lessons for early-stage investing from the changing high street

Charlotte Arneaud of Envestors looks at parallels in consumer spending with angel investor decision-making. 

6th May 2021

NorthEdge launches ‘Taking Responsibility’, its first ESG report

NorthEdge has launched its first ESG report in which it reviews the progress made by the firm in 2020 across sustainability, D&I and community, as well as setting out ambitious plans for the year ahead.

The report, titled Taking Responsibility, looks back on the achievements made at the private equity firm and across its portfolio.

These including gaining the United Nations supported Principles for Responsible Investment A+ status for Strategy and Governance for the third year running, placing NorthEdge in the top 12% of all private equity firms with <$1bn AUM in this category, and gaining A status for the Direct Private Equity Assessment for the sixth consecutive year.

5th May 2021

The benefits of crowdfunding go far beyond investment

Bilal Gokpinar, Professor of Operations, Technology and Innovation at the UCL School of Management looks at the benefits of Equity Crowdfunding beyond the purely financial.

Crowdfunding is traditionally viewed and understood to be a tool to raise funds for start-ups. Indeed, reward crowdfunding, where individuals donate to a project with the expectation of receiving a non-financial reward in return, has been successfully used to raise money in the early stages of financing for start-ups. This view of crowdfunding is beginning to expand. With established companies such as P&G, Coca-Cola and Lego now using reward crowdfunding, they have uncovered that it is potentially a powerful tool to capture valuable and honest customer input during product development.

4th May 2021

How primary insights fuel investment decision-making

David Holden-White, Co-Founder & Managing Director of techspert.io, looks at the expertise potential of AI for investors.

20th April 2021

New year, new angel

We are now past the end of the tax year.  So now is a good time to mull over what you will be doing as an angel investor over the next twelve months. Here are a few things the AngelNews team thinks it would be helpful to spend some time on.

20th April 2021

A few good men and women

George Pennock, partner at Four Seasons Ventures looks at the challenges of choosing the right non-executive director for your SME

20th April 2021

Investing in a UK business: what you need to know before you invest

Jennifer Wall of Gannons Solicitors considers the main element of due diligence investors should carry out before investing in a UK company.

14th April 2021

The summer of growth: UK SMEs to play a key role in the resurgence of the economy

Luke Davis, CEO of IW Capital discusses how SMEs will help boost the nation’s recovery and future growth

12th April 2021

Unlocking and understanding entrepreneurial pitching

Chia-Jung Tsay, Associate Professor for UCL School of Management talks about why thinking about the visual side of investment pitching is critical to securing funding.

8th April 2021

Does deep tech investing with a positive ESG impact have mutually exclusive objectives?

Chris Wiles, Senior Investment Manager, Foresight, discusses the importance of Environmental, Social and Governance (“ESG”) benefits in the context of deep tech investing.

7th April 2021

Where are investors looking to put their money asks IW Capital

Luke Davis, CEO of IW Capital discusses the shift in sentiment and the sectors most attractive to investors this year.

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