MBU focuses on investment in early-stage technology and healthcare companies that have high growth potential. We look to back entrepreneurs who have the right combination of qualities which will enable them to build a scalable and industry leading enterprise:
Investing early, primarily at Series A or B, where we can build a strong strategic affiliation with our partner and help shape their success. We have a strong ethos of value-add.
Unrestricted by any mid-term exit requirements, our ambition is to invest in companies that can offer a long-term value potential.
Being a multi-sector company with a long history in entrepreneurship, we know what it takes to build successful businesses.
Our Investment Approach is just as much a partnership approach with the overriding goal to always focus on what is in the best interest of our companies.
MBU invest in pioneers creating the next £billion companies. We nurture entrepreneurs with capital, incubation space, on-going support and advice.
Focus on long term value creation
Searching for top quality businesses in sectors with positive dynamics
In association with top managers and partners
Flexibility around the investment
Generally avoiding investments in
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