Newable Ventures Commitment to the Investing in Women’s Code

Newable Ventures Commitment to the Investing in Women’s Code

Newable Ventures Commitment to the Investing in Women’s Code In August 2020, Newable Ventures were proud to sign the Investing in Women Code, signifying our commitment to support the advancement of female entrepreneurship in the United Kingdom by improving women founders’ access to tools, resources and finance from the financial services sector. Working with other … Continued

Newable Ventures Scale Up Fund 3 – The Year Ahead

It really has been a year of two halves. Financial markets tumbled in March, only to see themselves at record highs at the end of the year. Remote working, once deemed as a matter of last resort in March, now seems in some settings to be a near permanent characteristic of professional existence. One constant … Continued

Elemendar Secures Investment from Newable Ventures

Elemendar’s Product Elemendar was founded by Giorgos Georgopoulos and Syra Marshall in 2017 at the GCHQ/NCSC Cyber Accelerator. Elemendar develops AI based technology that reads and analyses cyber threat intelligence (CTI) data and identifies key actionable threats for an analyst to act on. The growing importance of cyber security was reinforced in November 2020 by … Continued

Securing Growth: A View of the US Insurance Landscape

Outside of the brokerage community, insurance isn’t a particularly thrilling topic. The exercise of imagining everything that could go wrong is a grim one—particularly in 2020. Still, when entering a new market, particularly one as large and complex as the US, planning for the unexpected is essential. The US is a competitive market and investors … Continued

Newable Finance launches regional brokerage service to provide CBILS advice

Based out of key hubs in London, Epsom, Manchester, Bristol and Yorkshire, Newable Finance will offer specialist advice and access to hundreds of lenders, from high street to specialist and introducer-only, helping businesses to navigate the increasingly complex lending landscape. Led by Managing Director Philip Reynolds who has been at Newable since 2017, the new … Continued

The month that was – November 2020

Could be two emails too many, according to a report by OVO, that highlighted the creation of carbon emissions from data storage, and the need to find more environmentally sustainable methods for storing data.   No Thank You The energy company OVO released the findings of a study that concluded the British workforce sends 64 … Continued

Newable Ventures and Bristol Private Equity Club secure £10m commitment from British Business Investments

The £10m commitment from British Business Investments’ Regional Angels Programme will be invested by Newable Ventures, in partnership with BPEC, to deliver around £25m of new funding. The commitment will be split between Newable’s Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) fund, which supports a diversified UK-wide portfolio of knowledge intensive companies, and a separate pool to back … Continued

Decoding US Tax – What International Investors Need to Know

International investors certainly do not want to run awry of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Unfortunately, this is not the only layer of tax compliance to be concerned about in the US. US states have their own regulatory and legislative authority. That authority extends to the ability to create their own unique tax regimes. Thus, … Continued

Accounting for Growth – Key Operational Insights for your Growth in America

If International investors setting up in the US can expect one thing, it is complexity. Not only will they have to develop dynamic marketing and sales strategies to effectively traverse a market 40 times larger than the UK, but they also face the necessity of setting up operational processes capable of navigating the myriad of … Continued

The Month That Was – October 2020

A Shortage of Trust A damming 499-page congressional report was released by the House of Representatives this month, accusing Amazon, Apple, Google and Facebook of abusing their market power. The report also outlines a road map to regulate Big Tech, by rewriting US antitrust laws, and forcing companies to restructure so they cannot use their … Continued