Policy & Research
Access important research reports and policy updates on the early stage investment ecosystem
The UKBAA acts as a centre of research for the early-stage investment industry, gathering crucial data and insights that affect grounded, supportive policy decisions from key industry stakeholders.
If you are looking to conduct research on our industry, or want to share your own analyses, contact us to see how we can support your work.
Capital Behind Venture 2020
Mountside Ventures has released their Capital Behind Venture report, which provided insights from over 60 Limited Partners / Family Offices who invest in European VCs.
Accelerating Innovation - Investing the UK Automotive Sector 2020
Prospedia Capital and Beauhurst have studied the investment flowing into early and growth-stage companies serving the UK’s burgeoning advanced automotive technology sector.Download
The Future of Growth Capital
The report stresses that closing the emerging £15bn gap will provide opportunities for aiding the UK’s economic recovery post-Covid, generating future prosperity and boosting regional economies, productivity, innovation and internationalism.Login or Register to access this download
The Scaleup Index 2019
In partnership with The ScaleUp Institute, Beauhurst has examined 5,456 unique scaleup businesses. They’ve analysed everything from investments, investors and growth rate demographics, to geographical distribution, founders and executives.Download
The UK Business Angel Market Report (2018)
The British Business Bank has a mission to improve finance markets for smaller UK businesses. As part of that mission, it works to enhance the business angel eco-system across the country.Download
Investing in Screen-focused businesses - The Angels' Perspective
To help us understand what are the barriers and opportunities for investing in these sectors, we have carried out a survey among our community.Download
Diversity & Inclusion
Women Founders & Investors
The Barriers and Opportunities for Women Angel Investing in Europe
The aim of this research was to understand the common characteristics and drivers of women who do invest and to understand the barriers and challenges for women who do not invest.