The UK Business Angel Market Report (2018)
The British Business Bank, the UK’s economic development bank, has a mission to improve finance markets for smaller UK businesses. As part of that mission, it works to enhance the business angel eco-system across the country.
This report provides fresh insight into business angel investors in the UK. The right funding at the right time, coupled with the expertise that external angel investors can bring, is often the key to unlocking rapid growth for companies wanting to expand, diversify, or enter new markets. A vibrant and healthy business angel market is therefore a key ingredient for a successful national economy.READ REPORT
Nation of Angels - The unsung heroes of Britain's economy (2015)
Tech Nation 2015
Tech Nation is an interactive data project that demonstrates the growth of digital clusters across the UK. It brings together extensive data via a report and interactive online guide.
Delivered by Tech City UK in partnership with DueDil, MTM, CareerBuilder, Adzuna, CrunchBase, AngelList and f6s, Tech Nation features an in depth report and online interactive guide map.READ REPORT
The Geography of the UK's Creative and High-Tech Economies
The UK’s creative and high–tech economies are major employers. Between them, and without double counting, they account for 4.76 million jobs, or around 16 per cent of the UK workforce (average of 2011–2013). Within this, 2.52 million jobs are in the creative economy, 3.11 million are in the high–tech economy, and 0.87 million are in both.READ REPORT
Taking the Pulse of the Angel Market (2014)
Taking the Pulse of the Angel Market is a joint initiative from UKBAA and Deloitte which highlights the opportunities and challenges faced by angel investors.
The report examined 262 deals worth £137m in total made between 1 April 2012 and 31 March 2013.READ REPORT
Smart Choice: The Case for Investing in European Venture Capital
The European venture capital ecosystem has come of age. It’s a bold statement, but one rooted in the reality on the ground. The headlines may tell the world that Europe is struggling as the Eurozone crisis continues, but the truth is that Europe’s start-ups and the infrastructure supporting them have never been better. Over the last few years, Europe has generated a wealth of success stories – world-leading companies that have generated stellar returns for many of Europe’s venture capital funds and their investors.READ REPORT
The Report on Small Firms (2010 - 2015)
By The Prime Minister’s Advisor on Enterprise: Lord Young
This is the Golden Age for Small Firms • a record number of small firms in the UK: some 5.2 million, an increase of 760,000 since 2010. • a record number of people in work – 30.8 million – and small firms accounting for 48% of private sector employment. • Global Entrepreneurship and Development Institute rank the UK the most entrepreneurial country in Europe and 4th in the world • Start Up Loans Company have lent £131 million to 25,000 businesses and created 33,000 jobs.READ REPORT