What we do

We support a select number of entrepreneurs simultaneously in building their technology companies from a very early stage. We specialise in high growth potential, marketplace oriented, businesses with efficient operational models (often referred to as ‘SaaS’).

How we do it

‘The build’ ‘The build’

We work with dynamic teams that own ‘the problem’ that they are seeking to resolve but who can benefit from our experience of navigating funding rounds, building scalable technology and managing developers. We support great entrepreneurs.

‘Partnering’ ‘Partnering’

We ‘risk share’ with teams. When you are working for equity we will work for equity. When you are being paid little (or nothing) we are paid little (or nothing). It breaks the mould as we work long-term, wholly aligned to the team and have a singular focus on growing the companies we are involved with.

‘Growing’ ‘Growing’

We have a constantly evolving network of individual and strategic investors who are interested in the companies with which we work. We also nurture a roster of developers and can provide the environment in which businesses can grow within our offices in Southwark (London) and Bratislava.

Prepcap blog

too many startups like playing startup

This is not my blog, but it is one that I came across and that I wish I had written. I find it very true. Written by Alex Turnbull of GrooveHQ. As it says in the title, “too many startups like playing startup” Check it out: www.groovehq.com/blog/startups-playing-startup

metronomic meets Will Smith

Although only in my early 40’s I am finding that I am increasingly becoming ‘old school’. Not because I am changing my ways or becoming more conservative, more just that I am not buying in to the ‘quick and easy’ approach to company building that is somewhat fashionable and as a result I am being […]

updated: digi.me raises $7m Series A

A quick note to congratulate the digi.me team on successfully closing on a $7m (£5.3m) Series A investment led by Swiss Re and now joined by Omidyar Network. A big milestone for the business. digi.me is making substantial headway in the Personal Data space and has been building towards this point for many years (our […]

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Our team

The PrepCap team are employed across Preparation Capital Limited and NPR Technology Limited

Fraser Davidson

Fraser has a background in Marketing Strategy and Private Equity. Fraser owns Preparation Capital Limited and is primarily involved in lending his experience to management teams to help them navigate the funding world and develop their business strategy. Fraser is a Director of cyclr, digi.me, freemarketFX, Outsourced Events, sce.ne and SynchTank

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Rory Bernard

Rory has a background in building technology companies and managing development teams. Rory is a founder of NPR Technology Limited. Rory’s prime role is in helping businesses to develop and scale their technology and manage their operations and teams. Rory is a Director of StylePilot and SynchTank.

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Nick Beitner

Nick has a background as a systems and database architect. Nick is a co-founder of NPR Technology Limited. Nick’s prime role is helping businesses conceive and build their technology solution such that it is long-term scalable from the very outset. Nick ‘gets his hands dirty’ and works directly with the development teams.

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…and help you navigate the inevitable crossroads and challenges.

Companies we work with

Our team are Directors of, or advisors to, the following companies:

It is a partnership of many years.

Contact Us

The PrintRooms
Suite 1.01
164-180 Union Street
London
SE1 0LH

Contact: enquiries@prepcap.com

Nearest Tube: Southwark

Train: 10 mins walk from each of London Waterloo, London Bridge and Blackfriars