Calculus invests in Invizius

The University of Edinburgh spin-out is developing potentially lifesaving products that help reduce complications and high death rates amongst dialysis patients. Incoming institutional investor Calculus Capital has participated in a funding round with existing investors Downing Ventures and Mercia, alongside … Continued

Celebrating Women in Leadership

Today, on International Women’s Day 2021, we join companies around the globe celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. International Women’s Day #IWD2021 is an annual reminder to not only recognise and champion greater female representation but … Continued

Support for the creative industries

The creative sector makes a remarkable contribution to the UK economy It is integral to the UK’s economic and social regeneration £400m budget bonus to support the arts British stars dominated at Sunday evening’s Golden Globes virtual awards ceremony with … Continued

Calculus VCT – zero initial fee offer

Normal initial fees of 3-5% waived for a limited period in the run up to the end of the tax year. Award-winning Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) and Venture Capital Trust (VCT) specialist, Calculus Capital, is waiving initial fees on its VCT … Continued

Calculus invests in eConsult

eConsult Health is the leading online consultation provider to the NHS for primary care With considerable growth over the last year the platform is now live in over 3,200 NHS GP practices and gives millions of patients access to their … Continued

An Investment Outlook: Looking forward to 2021

Richard Moore – Co head of Investments 2020 impacted businesses both large and small. Covid-19 and government mandated lockdowns created a very uncertain economic outlook and companies across the board took measures to strengthen balance sheets and preserve cash. The … Continued

CEO Quarterly Update – Q4 2020

Calculus Creative Content EIS Fund celebrated its first year and made its fifth investment into Home Team. Netflix recently announced it will boost its spend on making TV shows in the UK to $1bn next year, further proof that the … Continued