Braveheart Investment Group

Braveheart Investment Group provides equity, loan and mezzanine funding to small- and medium-sized enterprises.

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About Braveheart Investment Group VC fund

Founded:
1997
Number of funds:
4
Number of investments:
36
Number of exits:
4
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Organization type:
Venture Capital

How Braveheart Investment Group VC fund invests

Portfolio - latest investments by Braveheart Investment Group VC fund

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Long Time to Respond, Non Accessible
Take a long long time to respond to communications. They now appear more interested in promoting their recent acquisition, Envestor (a bunch of incompetents only interested in collecting their angel network fees). Don't expect any feedback from them.
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They Get There in the End: with a Cast of Thousands
Braveheart started life as an angel group amongst the landed tweed-wearing set in Perthshire. Historically they could not commit to a quantum of investment ahead of time as they needed the direct feedback from each of their members. Now that Braveheart is listed, this situation may be different but I have no experience of post-listing investment. The other problem with having many individual members is that it swells the company's shareholder list - I think we had around 30 Braveheart investors, all of whom had to be corralled at funding events! Once on-board Braveheart was a good and supportive investor, with Carolyn and Geoffrey giving fast and honest responses. Welcome them on-board if you get the chance.
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