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Seraphim Capital

Seraphim Capital

An angel group and venture capital firm in England that focuses on the space ecosystem.

Seraphim Capital is an angel group and venture capital firm in England that focuses on the space ecosystem. Founded 2006 in London, England, United Kingdom by Anthony Clarke, it invests in early stage ventures, late stage ventures, series A, seed, series D, and series C rounds. Its portfolio companies include D-Orbit, Bamboo Systems, PlanetWatchers, Spire Global Inc., UltraSoC Technologies, QuadSAT, LeoLabs, ICEYE, Arqit Limited, and Altitude Angel. As of April 2020, Seraphim Capital has made 48 investments. Their most recent investment was on December 18, 2019 with D-Orbit. Seraphim Capital has had four exits, the most notable of which include MirriadSirigen, and Cognitive Match. The company has raised a single venture fund, The Seraphim Space Fund. This fund was announced on September 17, 2017 and raised a total of $91M.

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Sebastian Klovig Skelton
June 15, 2021
ComputerWeekly.com
Accelerator will see a cohort of 10 space startups use AWS to accelerate their research, development and growth
By Mary-Ann Russon
June 11, 2021
BBC News
The space industry is one of the UK's fastest growing sectors, worth £14.8bn a year.
Mary-Ann Russon - Business reporter
June 11, 2021
news.yahoo.com
The public will be able to invest in a portfolio of space firms including SpaceX and Blue Origin.
Devin Coldewey
March 30, 2021
TechCrunch
Amazon will soon be a big part of the space economy in the form of its Kuiper satellite internet constellation, but here on Earth its ambitions are more commonplace: get an accelerator going. They've partnered with space-focused VC outfit Seraphim Capital to create a 4-week program with (among other things) a $100,000 AWS credit for [...]
Frederic Lardinois
February 17, 2021
TechCrunch
Edgybees, a company that helps businesses, first responders and military users accurately geotag and augment their aerial video streams in real time, today announced that it has raised a $9.5 million Series A round. The news comes almost exactly two years after the company announced its $5.5 million seed round. Seraphim Capital, which specializes in [...]
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