The Oxford Innovation EIS Growth Fund 3 closed for investment in 2023 and is currently investing in a portfolio of promising technology companies. Investments completed so far include:
|Interpac is disrupting the cardboard manufacturing industry by building a cold corrugation machine. The cold corrugation process means there’s no need for steam, which causes a drastic cut in the cost and equipment required to corrugate cardboard, without any compromise on quality. It is also more environmentally friendly.|
|Cyjax is an established cyber threat intelligence business that minimises risk of attack and reduces cybercrime with their proven SaaS technology platform called Cymon. It has been deployed to 20+ large enterprise and public sector organisations including AstraZeneca, Disney, HMRC, NatWest, Zurich & the Police, and has achieved £1.7m Annual Recurring Revenue organically.|
|Deep Planet are an AI company from Oxford building a climate tech platform and starting with transforming the wine industry. They use satellite imagery, AI and 80,000 hectares of ground data to build their machine learning model. Their customers - wine makers, farmers and grower associations are saving on logistics and productivity (yield, harvest dates) and sustainability (soil carbon, disease, fertilisers and irrigation). They are working with over 80 customers, and have 300 growers trialling in US, France and Australia.|
If you're an investor in Fund 3 and would like to get in touch about your investment, please contact the Fund Custodian, KIN Capital, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, please contact Richard Cooper, Managing Director at Oxford Innovation Finance, who'll be happy to help with your query.
Companies interested in receiving investment from the Oxford Innovation EIS Growth Fund should follow the standard OION application and Showcase pitching process - further details on this can be found here.