About Cambridge Capital Group

CCG is a private syndicate of international business angels, investment funds and co-investment vehicles: the goal is to support the innovative early-stage technology ventures emanating from Cambridge, London, Oxford and surrounding innovation centres.

We work closely with universities, incubators and other angel networks to source sophisticated deal flow for our members. Deal flow is initially screened by our investment analyst and shortlisted by our team for a screening committee of members; analysis, negotiation and due diligence is a collaborative process where members invest in new opportunities as part of a syndicate.

Members have access to our exclusive deal flow platform and quarterly member-only pitching events. We enable members to syndicate investments with leading business angels and co-investment funds. Members have strong commercial experience ranging from technology entrepreneurs to the City and the professions, owners of substantial private companies and healthcare, engineering and private equity.

As we are not regulated members must self-certify as High Net Worth Individuals or Sophisticated Investors. The group is managed by 2 full-time directors and supported by an investment analyst and events assistant. Deal flow is shared with our international chapter, CCG International.

The CCG Team

Struan M<sup>c</sup>Dougall

Struan McDougallFounder & Chairman

Jayne Parker

Jayne ParkerManaging Director

International Partners

International Partners

Cambridge Capital Group is building an international network of private investors capable of growth stage investment in our portfolio. We welcome enquiries from family offices, private trusts and international or expatriate business angels seeking well-screened investment opportunities in hi-tech sectors such as engineering, internet, software, medtech, biotech, electronics, fintech and wireless communications.

For further information visit www.ccginternational.com

The CCG Trust

The CCG Trust

The CCG Trust, a UK registered charity operating as "Investors In Wildlife”, funds conservation fieldwork, anti-poaching, community development, job creation and education, and animal rescue in Africa. Thanks to the generous support of private donors and supporters The CCG Trust has raised funds for 9 high impact organisations carrying out conservation programmes in and around key national parks in Zambia, Tanzania and Kenya - to help protect the great wilderness areas and premier safari destinations of Africa.

For further information visit www.investorsinwildlife.com