• iaadmin
    Prospedia Capital, the trading name of Advanced Automotive Technologies Limited, has joined ESI Venture Capital in fundraising for Hemspan®, who plan to build houses with hemp bio-composite, a material also relevant to the automotive and transport sector.  Prospedia and ESI are also working on the fundraising with Envestors Private Investment Club, one of the UK’s longest established and most successful early-stage fundraisers. “The environmental benefits start with one hectare of hemp, a tall annual herb,
  • Christopher Clarke
    Klymat seeks seed investors for its Mobility-as-a-Service digital platform Klymat, a travel and transportation technology startup, is seeking seed-stage investors for its Mobility-as-aService (MaaS) digital platform. The company’s first round of private equity fundraising will accelerate the development of its intelligent mobility service, offering private and public organisations a previously unavailable employee travel solution. Klymat delivers its unified service through a centrally hosted online system licensed to clients as a monthly subscription, providing annual recurring
  • chris clarke
    Prospedia Capital in the vanguard of tackling £1 billion future mobility and automotive technology funding gap Prospedia Capital’s formative year following its mid-summer launch is already creating a fast-growing financial ecosystem for startups, angel investors, fund managers and industry experts.“Following thorough due diligence our first cohort of clients will transition onto our Envestry investment platform in the new year,” says company founder Robert Palmer.  “The launch of our Investment Readiness Programme and Envestry investment platform
  • Rob Palmer
    Prospedia Capital and Beauhurst have studied the investment flowing into early and growth-stage companies serving the UK’s burgeoning advanced automotive technology sector.   Their report identifies a need to accelerate innovation in future mobility by investing in an industry that every year spends £4 billion,according to the SMMT,in research and development, of which only 7 per cent reaches SMEs at the crucial seed,venture and growth stages. “In 2019, small and mediumenterprise automotivecompanies received £277 million,” says
  • Rob Palmer
    HM Government - Future Fund Headline Terms The Government has announced a new scheme to issue convertible loans to innovative companies which are facing financing difficulties due to the Coronavirus outbreak: the Future Fund.  The Government will initially make up to £250,000,000 available in total for the scheme. The Government will keep this amount under review. The scheme will initially be open until the end of September 2020. The scheme will be delivered in partnership with the British Business Bank. It