Some initial thoughts and comments on Budget 2017 and its likely impact on the EIS investment and the Venture investment space more broadly.
News & Blog
23 November, 2017
13 November, 2017
Fund focused on industrial high-tech, energy, smart cities and resource efficiency investment opportunities in the UK
08 November, 2017
EcoMachines Ventures' Ilian Iliev talks to Family Capital about why Robotics and AI attract family investors.
25 October, 2017
Britain’s got talent, and a lot of its talent is being Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) funded.
‘Just one more, wafer thin… EIS round’ - Considerations for EIS investors to help portfolio companies avoid the EIS trap
25 September, 2017
Dr. Ilian Iliev discusses common pitfalls in EIS investing and what EIS investors can do to avoid them
19 September, 2017
Q-Bot, An Ecomachines Portfolio Company, Secures New Round Of Investment To Accelerate Growth And Support The Rollout Of Robotic Insulation Service.
18 September, 2017
EcoMachines has been featured in an article where EcoMachines Ventures' Ilian Iliev talks to GrowthBusiness about the UK's puzzling funding gap, and why investing in industrial high tech is the next frontier for innovation.
13 September, 2017
In an interview with Great British Investment magazine, Dr. Ilian Iliev (CEO of EcoMachines Ventures) discusses EMV’s unique investment strategy.
01 September, 2017
EMV portfolio company Nanotech Industrial Solutions (NIS) attracts investment from global specialty chemicals company Evonik
18 January, 2017
EMV portfolio company Nanotech Industrial Solutions (NIS) attracts investment from global specialty chemicals company Evonik.
• Venture Capital investment includes commercial agreement
25 October, 2016
EcoMachines Ventures’s portfolio company leads the way in implementing Computer Vision and Machine Learning in intelligent building design with support of industry majors
October 25th, 2016
13 July, 2016
VCs have woken up and smelt the robo-coffee. A bottom-up estimate* for the US economy alone shows close to $1bn in VC investments for 2015, compared to approximately $200m in 2011.