Investment and expertise
for promising, early-stage
Scottish technology and
life science companies.
WHAT WE DO
We are a prominent
business angel syndicate,
which has been at the
forefront of early stage
investing in Scotland for
more than two decades.
SEE OUR MEMBER BENEFITS
We invest in companies
from the technology,
software and life sciences
sectors – three markets in
which Scotland produces
a wealth of talent.
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Originally formed in 1992 and based in Edinburgh, Archangels is a prominent business angel syndicate which has been at the forefront of early stage investing in Scotland for more than a quarter of a century.

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  • MGB Biopharma Announces Successful Outcome from Phase II Clinical Study

    Study confirms MGB-BP-3 offers the potential for a new gold standard in treating Clostridium difficile Infection MGB Biopharma, the Glasgow-based biopharmaceutical company developing a novel class of anti-infectives, today announces the successful conclusion of its Phase II clinical study into MGB-BP-3, for the treatment of Clostridium difficile Infection (CDI). The study confirms that the drug […]

  • Reactec’s Technology Repurposed for Social Distancing

    Social distancing solution launched to protect employees returning to work Edinburgh-based Reactec, has repurposed its proven system for monitoring workers’ exposure to health risk to create “Safedistance”, which enables employers to manage the social distancing of their workforce within construction, rail, manufacturing and other workplaces. Safedistance is based on an industrial grade wrist-worn device and […]

  • Big Interview: Mike Rutterford

    By Emma Newlands | Scotland on Sunday Mike Rutterford helped launch Archangel 28 years ago and, driven by its four pillars of wisdom, the business angel syndicate has delivered success stories, cash – and fun Mike Rutterford is the co-founder of Edinburgh-based business angel syndicate Archangels, which says it has been at the forefront of […]

  • Archangels leads further investment in home-grown Scottish innovators

    Archangels has led investment of £6.2 million in Scottish early stage companies in the first quarter of 2020 Four tech and life sciences businesses – Blackford Analysis; Fios Genomics; Optoscribe; and Speech Graphics – were the recipients of the additional investment. £2.6 million came from Archangels members, with £1 million from Scottish Investment Bank, the […]

  • Holyrood Must Keep the Most Promising Scots Tech Firms Afloat

    Holyrood urged to fill funding gap for early-stage tech firms with bespoke loans The Scottish government has been urged to do more to protect Scotland’s early- stage tech industry amid increasing concerns the sector is falling between the cracks of government support schemes. David Ovens, Managing Director of Archangels, Scotland’s largest business angel investment syndicate, […]

  • Scottish Enterprise Coronavirus Advice for Businesses in Scotland

    Scottish Enterprise has gathered together a list of websites that give useful information on business continuity for employers and businesses. These sites can help you prepare and manage your business during this time: Go to the Find Business Support website for the latest information and advice on help and finance available You can download our checklist (Word document, 33KB) […]

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