Monthly Archives: October 2015

23 October 2015

Parkwalk wins ‘Best Exit’ at the Growth Investor Awards 2015

By |October 23rd, 2015|

Parkwalk are delighted to have won the Growth Investor Awards ‘Best Exit for 2015’, following on from the Enterprise Investment Scheme Association ‘Best EIS Exit for 2014′ and ‘Highly Commended’ Fund Manager awards in February 2015.


Last night, Parkwalk Advisors won Exit of the Year for Tracsis at the inaugural […]

GeoSpock – Parkwalk closes investment

By |October 6th, 2015|

GeoSpock completes £3,500,000 ($5,400,000) Series A fundraising
UK tech firm raises cash to commercialise its real-time database products for extreme-scale, rapidly-changing and complex data.

Cambridge UK, October 6th 2015; GeoSpock Limited (GeoSpock) today announces the close of a Series A investment round of £3,500,000 ($5,400,000). The investment has been led by leading UK entrepreneurs Dr Jonathan […]

Cytora – Parkwalk closes Investment for the University of Cambridge Enterprise Fund III

By |October 1st, 2015|

We are pleased to announce that the University of Cambridge Enterprise Fund III has closed an investment into Cytora, a geopolitical risk analytics spin-out from the University of Cambridge.

Cytora is a pioneer in event detection, whose risk analytics technology is deployed in some of the largest companies and governments in the world.

The funding will be […]

AQDOT – Follow on Investment

By |October 1st, 2015|

We have recently made a follow-on investment into Aqdot on behalf of the Parkwalk Opportunities EIS Fund and the University of Cambridge Enterprise Fund III.

Aqdot is a spin-out from the Department of Chemistry at the University of Cambridge and was founded in late 2012. Its proprietary technology introduces an innovative, simple method for manufacturing structures in the […]

OxfordPV – closes further funding round

By |October 1st, 2015|

We are pleased to announce that Parkwalk has made a further investment in OxfordPV through a Parkwalk Syndicate.

Oxford Photovoltaics is an Oxford-based technology business, founded in 2010, formed on technology originally developed in the Department of Physics at the University of Oxford under Professor Henry Snaith and his academic team of 20 scientists.

Professor Snaith is leading an […]