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Constellation Capital is a London based advisory firm specialising in early stage technology companies across a wide range of sectors, with a particular focus on medical technology and software/apps. We provide services ranging from business strategy and commercialisation through to funding raising and investment.

Constellation Capital, together with its Associates and Business Partners, provides a range of development services for early stage and growth companies. We have extensive start-up and early stage company experience and our clients use us to achieve:

  • a clear and focussed competitive business strategy
  • investor readiness
  • investment advice and fund raising
  • investor relations
  • product sales to boost value and investability

We can help with any, or all of these activities – if you would like to discuss your requirements please call on 020 3301 8017 or email at info@concap.cc

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