Crowd Vision Attracts US Investment and Provides Partial Exit for Early-Stage Angel Investors

July 10, 2015

Crowd analytics specialist Crowd Vision has completed a combined funding round, attracting significant US investment, the business has announced. The deal also sees early-stage angel investors take a partial exit, one of whom is the government-backed Angel Co-Fund. The privately managed fund works with prominent UK business angels to invest in high-potential SMEs and promote further business investment across the country.

Investment director Tim Mills called Crowd Vision “an innovative business, with international appeal”.

“[It] has seen significant traction with customers and investors alike,” he continued. “The growth capital announced today has provided an attractive partial exit for the Angel CoFund, allowing us to recycle that funding back into new British businesses, whilst still keeping a share of future value growth of the business.”

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