Mayor’s Tech Fund announces six portfolio Winners in the UKBAA Awards 2018

Sep 20, 2018

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The London Co-Investment Fund (LCIF) – the Mayor of London’s early-stage tech fund – has today announced six of its fast-growing investments are winners in the prestigious UKBAA Awards 2018. The LCIF winners announced are as follows:

- Pivigo – Best Investment in a High Growth Female Founder

- Flock – Best Investment in IoT/SmartTech

- Hummingbird Technologies – One to watch in AI

- Vchain – Best Investment in Disruptive Tech

- Skin Analytics – Best Investment in AI

- Chirp – One to watch in IoT/SmartTech

The UKBAA Awards, now in its 12th year, celebrates the outstanding achievements of some of the most innovative and disruptive businesses across the UK. The Awards are open to high-growth companies who have received early-stage finance, as well as angel investors and syndicates, early-stage venture capital and crowdfunding platforms.

The Awards this year received a record-breaking number of nominations, 13 of which came from LCIF, the Mayor’s Tech Fund. The nominations and winners show the strength and depth of the industry and the accomplishments of the growing London Tech ecosystem.

The LCIF has to date invested in 123 dynamic technology companies, helping to bridge the funding gap in the London tech ecosystem. The Fund is a £25m venture capital Fund backed by the Mayor of London and the London Economic Action Partnership (LEAP). The Fund leverages private capital through 14 institutional venture capital investors, to invest in some of London’s most innovation science, digital and technology start-ups.

Rajesh Agrawal, Deputy Mayor for Business, said:"My congratulations to the winners in these prestigious awards. This is a great result which underlines the Mayor’s support for the most creative tech businesses and clearly shows that London remains open to talent and innovation."

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