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  • Writer's pictureAlistair Hancock

Capital Pilot confirms next five UK startup investments by £5M Boost Fund

Boost Fund 1 — the UK’s first automated high-volume equity fund aimed at high-growth potential startup businesses — announces its next five investments.

The £5m Boost Fund will be the leading UK startup investment fund by volume, with plans to complete 100 investments in less than six months. The fund's investments are selected using Capital Pilot’s Investability Rating System, reflecting the firm’s vision to drive greater diversity in fundraising through equal access to capital for everyone. Everywhere.

For media enquiries, please contact Tom Sutton, 14:46 Consulting.

Capital Pilot and the Boost Fund are delighted to announce the names of the next five startups to be backed by the fund. These five startups were selected as potential high performers by Capital Pilot's rigorous Investability Rating System.

The Boost Fund is the UK’s first automated high-volume investment fund with a focus on supporting seed-stage startups across the UK. With plans to complete 100 equity investments in less than six months, it’s fast becoming the leading UK startup investment fund by volume.

The fund is set to back a diverse range of ambitious UK-based startups through its innovative, alternative investment approach.


Meet the Boost Fund's Next Five Investments

We have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to rebuild our broken relationship with where we work. The days of one workspace being the solution for everyone are over. FlowSpace is a workspace booking platform for all the ways the teams of tomorrow get together.

Kankan is a brand on a mission to make personal care products with all the joy and none of the waste. Their botanical products support skin health and wellness, and their soon-to-launch refill system offers a simple and convenient solution for the modern discerning consumer.

Driven by a love for the environment, Pip & Henry create high-quality, sustainably produced, and stylish children’s shoes from renewable materials.

Accessible. Reliable. Life-Changing. Therapy Guide is a specialist platform that matches clients with expert, reference-checked, & qualified therapists. Find trusted therapy in a few clicks.

WeMa is a comprehensive digital caretech platform that uniquely integrates a person-centred care concierge, online marketplace and web/mobile apps to help people and their families access social care easily at home.


Apply for the Boost Fund

Every great startup deserves a boost. Get the money you need to take your business to the next level now from the Boost Fund. Simply apply for a Capital Pilot Investability Rating, and your startup will be automatically considered for a Boost. Any startup in the UK can apply.

If you are unsuccessful in your application for Boost Fund, all is not lost! Use the report and feedback included with your Investability rating to change your rating. The Boost Fund is unique, welcoming repeat applications from companies as their ratings improve.


For media enquiries, please contact Tom Sutton, 14:46 Consulting. For further information on Capital Pilot and Boost Fund 1, please contact Richard Blakesley, Capital Pilot.


Capital Pilot is the Investability rating agency for startups and scaleups. It combines human insight, proven analytics and sophisticated algorithms to produce comprehensive assessments of the attractiveness of a startup or scaleup to potential investors. Its proprietary rating system combines data analytics with human assessments of a company’s business model and team, to provide objective insights into fundraising and scaling potential. Capital Pilot’s aim is to help founders identify and fix flaws in their investor proposition early, to maximise their chances of funding success. Capital Pilot is a trading name of Capnova Limited which is registered in England with company number 12177695, to provide non-regulated services.

The Boost Fund is a fast, data-driven investment vehicle that backs startups with real potential. It is not open to outside investors. Funded by high-net-worth investors, it will make fixed £50,000 investments in 100 startups in just 6 months. Applications for the Boost Fund are through the Capital Pilot Investability Rating. If a startup’s rating is high enough, it qualifies automatically for funding subject to satisfactory online due diligence checks. Boost Fund 1 L.P. is an unregulated Non-Mainstream Pooled Investment (NMPI) which is registered in Jersey with registration number RN154575. Capital Pilot Advisory, a trading name of Sturgeon Ventures LLP (FRN: 452811), which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, is the Investment Adviser to the Fund.


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