our investments

our investments early-stage companies

GWC (prev Haymarket Angel Investors) members have co-invested in many 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:


PEPTINNOVATE  is developing a completely new drug for the treatment of asthma which only needs to be administered every month.


MICRIMA has developed a revolutionary new method of breast scanning which does not require the use of Xrays

Africa Power Storage Products (APS)

APS develops technology for use in electrifying off grid African schools, clinics and rural communities.


Cytox. An Oxford University spin out which has developed a non invasive diagnostic for early Alzheimer's disease


MSF TECHNOLOGIES. Producers of higher efficiency electric motors and power converters.


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 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.