List of UK saas VCs and Angels.
|SaaS investors||Investor details||#||Funding round|
|Fuel Ventures (10 contacts)||3||Seed|
|MMC Ventures (10 contacts)||2||Seed, Series A, Growth|
|Notion Capital (9 contacts)||2||Seed, Series A, Growth|
|SBI Investment (more info)||1|
|Oxford Science Enterprises (OSE) (15 contacts)||1||Pre-seed, Seed, Growth|
|University of Tokyo Edge Capital (UTEC) (more info)||1|
|Lansdowne Partners (more info)||1|
|OTIF (more info)||1|
|North East Venture Fund (more info)||1|
|European Regional Development Fund (more info)||1|
|Bridgestone (more info)||1|
|White Star Capital (6 contacts)||1||Seed, Series A, Growth|
|MPL Ventures (more info)||1|
|Tileyard (more info)||1|
|Connect Ventures (6 contacts)||1||Pre-Seed, Seed|
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SaaS means software as a service. In the past, you used to buy a piece of software once and then maybe upgrade it every few years. The web has allowed startups to offer software for a monthly fee.
SaaS works a bit like a property rental, when a tenant pays every month for a flat except here, the flat gets better and better with time. It’s good for clients who don’t have to invest large sums to get software at the beginning, and it’s awesome for startups who are looking for that ever so desired “recurring revenue”.
SaaS is a favorite for a lot of venture capital firms. Selling to SMEs and large corporations is hard, but once you are in, it creates quite a large protective moat that VCs love.