British start-ups have raised more than $30 billion so far this year after funding rounds by the likes of Revolut and Hopin.
Aviva will invest £10 million in start-ups through a partnership with a business set up with Brent Hoberman, the co-founder of Lastminute.com.
A clean energy investment fund run by former US vice-president Al Gore has bought a 13% stake in British energy company Octopus in a deal worth £438m.
A London-based company which uses artificial intelligence to transform waste into reuseable resources is raising millions of pounds from investors amid frenzied interest in the sector.
Treedom, the world’s foremost online platform for planting trees and following its impact remotely has announced a capital increase of €10 million.
Electronic Arts has completed the $1.4bn (£1.04bn) deal to buy Playdemic, the mobile games maker known for its Golf Clash franchise, the latest British video games maker to be snapped up by the California-based giant.
The company behind Britain’s best-selling computer has raised $45 million after sales of its DIY-device rose sharply during the pandemic.
British Business Investments, a commercial subsidiary of the British Business Bank, today announces a new £15m commitment to Liberty Leasing, which will increase access to finance for UK smaller businesses in the construction, engineering, transport, agriculture, and printing sectors.
A reusable nappy brand set up by a couple 24 years ago has raised £13 million from the British Growth Fund to expand as the plastic waste caused by disposable nappies comes under political scrutiny.
An apprenticeship start-up founded by Euan Blair, eldest son of Tony Blair, the former prime minister, is launching a fresh funding round that will boost the $200 million valuation crystallised at its last round only a few months ago.