DueDil, short for due diligence, helps companies identify business-to-business sales leads and marketing opportunities by pulling together data from thousands of sources, including company websites, financial filings, news reports, registry data, trademarks and county court judgments.

This data is processed and simply presented, enabling businesses and marketers to access intelligence on companies and their directors. With financial technology a hot topic, the London-based data intelligence startup enjoyed its best ever month in March 2016, with sales up 130% year-on-year.

The business was founded by CEO Damian Kimmelman, who is also a board member of the Founders Pledge, a non-profit organisation aimed at increasing philanthropy within the tech sector; and chief operating and financial officer Justin Fitzpatrick, former managing director of news and technology company Brightwire.

DueDil’s customers include Royal Mail, Dell and Unicef. It has raised $22m (£15.2m) from investors including Oak Investment Partners, Passion Capital and Notion Capital.