BGF tightens focus one year from inception – Daily Telegraph
A year on from the launch of BGF, BGF has settled its focus on investing in small to medium sized businesses with a turnover of between £5m and £50m. The research proves this is the right place to be, as there are no fewer than 25,000 UK companies with a turnover of between £2.5m and £100m. Here, Stephen Welton, BGF chief executive, speaks with the Daily Telegraph’s Andrew Cave on BGF’s progress and unique investment offering.
Business funding news
Appnovation receives £6.8m in follow-on funding
Global digital consultancy Appnovation has received £6.8M in follow-on equity financing from a partnership between UK-based BGF, the Canadian Business…
BGF welcomes successful exit of Brindley Healthcare
BGF has welcomed the successful acquisition of a 50% shareholding in Brindley Healthcare by French multinational Orpea, a leading European…