Martlet

Martlet

Martlet is a Cambridge-based investor in early stage hi-tech startups

Telephone: 01223 373 757
Address: c/o Marshall of Cambridge, The Airport, Newmarket Road, Cambridge
Postcode: CB5 8RX
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.martlet-angel.com
Membership type:Professional Individual and Corporate < 5 (£50+VAT pa)

Why Talk to Us?

  • Provider of patient capital to high tech startups
  • Extensive knowledge of entrepreneurial businesses, with great connections
  • Able to build and lead angel syndicates
  • Will provide follow on capital, when appropriate
  • Cambridge and London based.

Peter Cowley wins UK Angel Investor of the Year

Cambridge based technology entrepreneur, personal and corporate angel investor, Peter Cowley, is UK Angel Investor of the Year. This award, presented at the 2014 UK Business Angels Association (UKBAA) Angel Investment Awards earlier this month, was supported by Lloyds Bank.

23 July 2014Read in full

Cambridge Angels lead investment round into Worksnug mobile app

Cambridge Angels lead investment round into Worksnug mobile app

Worksnug mobile app raises over £100K from angel investors, mostly from the Cambridge Angels, to build the team, build the community and expand on to other devices.

13 April 2011Read in full

Martlet – Marshall of Cambridge accelerates corporate angel investment

Marshall of Cambridge announces the formation of Martlet, a corporate angel initiative. Peter Cowley has been appointed as Investment Director. Each year, Martlet will invest in several early-stage companies with high growth potential, as co-investees with other angels and seed funds.

4 April 2011Read in full

Local group invests in Plumis - the appliance that automatically fights domestic fires

Local group invests in Plumis - the appliance that automatically fights domestic fires

A group of local investors has invested in a system that won the Dyson product of the year accolade in 2009.

27 September 2010Read in full

RFIDCAM technology used to prevent gate crashers at Trinity College May Ball

RFIDCAM technology used to prevent gate crashers at Trinity College May Ball

Cambridge-based Camdata Limited provided RFID65 rugged reader/computers to Trinity College in Cambridge to help stop gate (ball) crashers at their huge 2009 May Ball.

22 June 2009Read in full

Camdata introduces rugged outdoor RFID reader/writer, the RFID65

Camdata introduces rugged outdoor RFID reader/writer, the RFID65

Camdata introduces a rugged outdoor XP/Linux computer with integral or remote RFID tag reader/writer plus both a simple pass/fail indication, an LCD display and four programmable keys. Camdata can provide this as an OEM module or part of a complete system.

15 June 2009Read in full

Suspicious? Automatic recording of inappropriate behaviour in your home/office using a cov...

Suspicious? Automatic recording of inappropriate behaviour in your home/office using a cov...

Imagine putting a completely hidden device in your office or home, which records video and sound and is switched on or off automatically when someone comes into the room or opens a cupboard or drawer.

6 June 2008Read in full

Check on inappropriate behaviour in your office or home without being noticed

Check on inappropriate behaviour in your office or home without being noticed

Imagine putting a device in your office or home, which transmits video and sound, which you can switch off and on when you please or automatically when someone comes into the room. The video may be recorded or viewed when it happens. ZedCam has a range of such devices.

13 December 2007Read in full

Camdata announces an industry first with the two technologies JETT•eye™

Camdata announces an industry first with the two technologies JETT•eye™

Camdata introduces the Jett.eye rugged hand-held with integrated 5 mega-pixel camera and bar-code reader. Standard are 802.11b, Bluetooth, IP65, Windows CE 5.0, 624MHz processor.

9 April 2007Read in full

Camdata offers 'smart' RFID wristbands

Camdata Ltd has announced that it has been appointed UK distributor of the PDC range of RFID wristbands.

6 February 2006Read in full