our investments

our investments 6 early-stage companies

GWC (prev Haymarket Angel Investors) members have co-invested in 6 companies since we began in March 2016. All these companies are early stage, have potentially disruptive technology and qualified for EIS.

 

Our active investments include:

MSF-Technologies

MSF TECHNOLOGIES HIGH EFFICIENCY ELECTRIC MOTORS AND POWER CONVERTERS.
Producers of leading electric, green energy technology.

Syrinix

Syrinix is an award-winning leader in providing intelligent pipeline monitoring solutions for clearer network insights.

 

Phico Therapeutics

Phico Therapeutics is a Cambridge based biotech company which has developed a promising solution to treating antibiotic resistant bacteria by genetically modifying natural bacteria phages. GWC members invested £2.4m.

Cloudhouse

Cloudhouse is a cloud virtualisation software company which enables older software, that is not specifically written for the cloud, to fully operate as a cloud enabled application.  GWC members invested £1.4m in Cloudhouse as part of a £3m capital raise

Sphere Fluidics

Sphere Fluidics has developed a single-cell analysis system that enables the discovery and development of new bio-pharmaceuticals and cell therapies. GWC members invested along side 24 Haymarket, who were the lead syndicate

Brain in hand

Brain in Hand is a mobile application that helps manage behavioral issues in individuals with autism, learning difficulties and mental health issues. GWC members co-invested with 24 Haymarket, which is the largest shareholder and lead syndicate

Yasa Motors

Yasa Motors, a spin out from Oxford University, designs, manufactures and distributes high-performance electrical motors to the automotive and manufacturing sectors. GWC members invested some £165k along side 24 Haymarket and ParkWalk advisors.

Insignia Technologies

Insignia has developed a range of low-cost intelligent plastic and ink-based time and temperature indicators for application in the foodservice and food retail segments. GWC members invested £100k alongside 24 Haymarket, who are the largest investor in the business, and Equity Gap.