Outfox is our January competition winner. Find out how founder Jessica Hook will use the funding to launch a range of alcohol-free wines, ciders and beers
- Home > News
- No categories
How it feels to win £150,000 business investment from the UK’s largest ever seed funding competition
Itsy founder Chris Grunwell was recently crowned the December Start-Up Series winner. Unlike other investor dealings, Grunwell outlines how he found the process to be “refreshing” and how your start-up could also benefit…
Developer of portable baby food processor secures £150,000 in equity funding from Worth Capital and says it has plenty more products in the pipeline
The Start-Up Series is now open for entries until May 14. Follow in the footsteps of winners RentalStep and Not Dogs by entering this month...
Awarded £150,000 as the November competition winner, the Not Dogs founders plan to take their veggie hot dogs to customers "up and down the country"
Six months into the competition created for start-ups to win seed investment of £150,000, we speak to Worth Capital’s investment team for an update
Online property rental platform will use £150,000 prize money to invest in website development and marketing
Having won £150,000 funding from Worth Capital, Mike Georgeson of RentalStep says his "first foray into investment funding has been brilliant"…
Claire Burrows, founder of footwear brand Air & Grace, explains why winning SEIS seed funding from Worth Capital was “life changing”…
Simon Sparks, co-founder of Splendy, on the impact winning the £100,000 app competition created by Worth Capital has had on the business