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Valerie Jolliffe

Investment Committee & Fund Manager

Valerie founded Javelin Ventures Limited in 2001 currently also manages EIS funds for Newable (London) and Halo Business Angels (Belfast.) Valerie also acts as head of finance for one of the Iceni spin-outs. Valerie has a degree in engineering from Cambridge University, a masters in charity finance and accounting from Cass Business School, and is a Chartered Secretary.

Calum Keddie

Investment Executive

Calum Keddie is an early stage investment professional with experience in the investment and banking industries. Prior to joining Eos-Advisory, Calum worked at the early stage investment firm, Two Magnolias, and was responsible for sourcing, screening and transacting venture capital deals in the impact investment sector. He has also had roles at Rolls-Royce Plc. aerospace division and at ING Bank in the market risk function for structured products. Calum is an MBA candidate at Warwick Business School and earned his undergraduate degree in Finance from the University of Strathclyde. He has previously been selected to represent the British Council in India and China and has lived in Canada, Norway and Singapore.


Chris Brinsmead CBE

Eos Advisory Partner

Chris Brinsmead is a council member at Imperial College London, a former adviser to the UK Government on life sciences, has previously held senior executive roles at ICI, Zeneca and AstraZeneca, and over the last decade has been a non-executive board member and chair on a number of private and public limited company boards. And from 2010 until 2017 he was an independent Advisor to the Prime Minister and other senior government ministers on Life Sciences 2010.


Ana Stewart

Eos Advisory Partner

Ana founded her digital consultancy business after graduating from University and grew it into a leading global innovator of consumer engagement software. As CEO, she led the AIM listing of the company on the London Stock Exchange and was voted Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year by the Scottish Entrepreneurial Exchange. Ana sold then sold the company in a US trade sale. Ana sits on the Board of the Scottish FA and also sits on the main council of ICAS.


Rick Clark

Eos Advisory Partner

Rick is the CFO of a private equity-funded business in the energy sector and is a NXD of two other companies. He is also on the board of a charity which owns and operates 2 nationally-significant museums and is a member of the ICAS Ethics Board. His prior experience in the energy sector was with a technology-led oilfield services company which he helped build rapidly prior to its successful sale. Before that he was a partner with KPMG for 15 years.


Mark Beaumont BEM

Eos Advisory Partner

Mark Beaumont spent the first 15 years of his career building teams around sporting success and is best known as an athlete and BBC broadcaster. He still holds the 18,000-mile circumnavigation cycling record in a time of 78 days along. Mark’s degree education was in Economics & Politics, and for over thirteen years he has also worked with LDC, the UK’s leading mid-market private equity firm, in their deal origination team.


Andrew McNeill Phd

Eos Advisory Managing Partner

Andrew McNeill has over 15 years’ experience in leading early stage venture capital backed medical device and biotech companies. Andrew holds a PhD in Molecular Physics from Leeds University. He was part of the founding team at Ambicare Health, a medical device company in the oncology space and took several technologies from lab through to market. Subsequent to that he was CEO of biotechnology company Fixed Phage before joining Eos in 2017.


Kevin Grainger

Eos Advisory Chairman

Kevin Grainger is a serial entrepreneur with over 35 years track record in the IT and investment sectors. Having worked in both corporate and SME/start-up environments, Kevin has a wealth of business experience and a university education in physics that lead to a passion for seeing innovative technologies and science being successfully commercialised. Kevin founded the Eos in 2014.