Tennis star Andy Murray is investing in a number of exciting startups via the Seedrs platform.

The sports star is backing Den, a company making smart products for the home, including light switches and plug sockets. It allows people to control their homes wherever they are and to be alerted when appliances have been left on too long.

 

And one of his other recent investments was in Morpher, a young company which has pioneered a foldable helmet, aimed at cyclists who ride without safe head gear because they find it too bulky to carry around. It is a product Andy says the modern cyclist should own.

The Scot has an extensive portfolio of more than 20 investments via the equity crowdfunding platform.

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