Check out our new Impact Fund in the FT. Our new Life Impact Fund has been featured in FT Adviser. Ideal for private investors, the fund’s purpose is to ‘enrich people’s lives’. Target investments are businesses with disruptive technologies that have the potential to positively impact at least 100 million human lives, as well as…

Inotec AMD, a Cambridge based, fast-growing medtech business that has developed a novel device capable of healing complex chronic wounds, has secured investment of £7m. The funding round wasled by Praetura Capital, with involvement from Boundary Capital Partners LLP. The business has developed a world leading medtech product, called NATROX® Oxygen, for use in Wound…

Boundary Capital has launched the Impact Life Fund – a fund that invests in high-growth, high-impact private technology companies that focus on enriching people’s lives. The Fund will benefit from a diversified, unique portfolio, EIS tax reliefs, and an experienced management team with a proven track record. Consumers, businesses and investors are taking matters into their…

Managing Partner of Boundary Capital Dan Somers took part in this practical webinar hosted by Accountancy Age. Dan joined other guest speakers Marz Ayyad from Oracle NetSuite and Michael McCaw of Accountancy Age to offer their top tips of business funding. You can watch the webinar here:

Dan Somers of Boundary Capital will be a speaker at the webinar ‘Seed to Series C: Tips for Business Funding’ hosted by Accuntancy Age and Oracle Netsuite. Date: Friday, April 26, 2019 Time: 03:00 PM British Summer Time Duration: 1 hour We are in an age of superabundant capital. With sky-high valuations and ever-increasing fund sizes, it’s obvious…

Dr David Gee of Boundary Capital talks about being a contributor to the Impulse Programme 2019 at the Maxwell Centre, University of Cambridge. The vision of the programme is to build an Impulse community for innovators and entrepreneurs from a variety of disciplines, industries and countries who are passionate in helping a new generation of…

Venture Capital firm Boundary Capital has invested £200,000 in Torsion Information Security, a disruptive cyber security company, delivering Secure Data Access Control. The London start up helps businesses get control of ‘who has access to what’, among massive collections of files, folders and sites. Inappropriate access to data is a leading cause of information security…

Dymag Group, the British designer and manufacturer of carbon hybrid automotive wheels, is predicting a record 2019 following a £3.6m investment from Puma Private Equity. Dymag raised two rounds of funding in 2015 and 2017 led by Boundary Capital that enabled it to secure partnerships with several of the world’s leading sports car manufacturers and…

Boundary Capital has announced its latest investment in Echion Technologies Limited, a business which has the potential to disrupt the chargeable electric vehicle battery market. Echion Technologies is a spinout company from the University of Cambridge Engineering Department, commercialising superfast charging lithium-ion battery cells for electric vehicles. The core technology is based on novel active…

Boundary Capital started as an angel investment club, based on early successes, it creating its AngelPlus EIS and SEIS funds for a wider investor base. Wealth Club Ltd met managing partner Dan Somers to probe our investment style, find out what kind of companies are going into investors’ portfolios, how we manage (and exit) the…

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