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Seedcamp Venture Capital – VC

Seedcamp Venture Capital – VC Types/sectors – Business Services, Startups, Finance Stages of investing – pre-seed and seed stage History – Launched in May 2007 by a group of 30 European investors that provides startups with seed money, mentorship, office space and support over a yearlong program Founders and partners – Reshma Sohoni,Carlos Eduardo Espinal Read More

Notion Capital Venture Capital – VC

Notion Capital Venture Capital – VC Types/sectors – B2B/Enterprise: SaaS, Digital Marketing, AdTech, MarTech, eCommerce Enable, FinTech, HCM, BI u0026 BigData, Communication u0026 Collaboration, Customer Management, PaaS, Application Development, Security Stages of investing – Seed & Series A stage History – founded in 2008 by brothers Ben and Jos White,using around £20 million of the Read More

Balderton Capital VC – Venture Capital

Types/sectors – Mobile, Curated Web, Software Stages of investing – Venture Capital that does Seed, Early Stage Venture, Later Stage Venture, Private Equity, and Debt Financing Investments History – Originally founded in 2000 as Benchmark Capital Europe, Balderton Capital became fully independent in 2007. Fund value -$2.3BN Founders and partners – Bernard Liautaud, Mark Evans, Read More

Atlas Ventures – Venture Capital – VC

Types/sectors – Biotechnology, Software, Mobile Stages of investing – Venture Capital that does Seed, Early Stage Venture, Later Stage Venture, Private Equity, and Debt Financing Investments History – founded in 1980. In 2009, Atlas significantly consolidated its investment operations and has been a proponent of the lean start-up approach. In 2014, Atlas’ technology team launched Read More

Charlotte Street Capital

Types/sectors – Technology Stages of investing – Venture Debt that does Seed Investments History – founded in 2010 Fund value – £1million Founders and partners – Thomas Jones, Bo Pedersen, Anton Wellenreiter Notable investments, and value – EF (Entrepreneur First) £6M Seed, Snaptrip $1M Seed, ClusterHQ £1M Seed Headquarters – London, England

Barclays Fintech Techstars

Types/sectors – Banking, Bitcoin, Finance, Insurance, Mobile, cyber security, big data, analytics, machine learning Stages of investing – Seed and Early Stage History – Founded in 2006, its philosophy focuses on deep mentorship and surrounding a small number of companies Fund value – $2.5 billion Founders and partners – David Cohen, Matt Harris Notable investments, Read More

Ballpark Ventures

Types/sectors – Mobile, Location Based Services, Apps Stages of investing – Venture Capital that does Seed and Early Stage Venture Investments History – founded in 2010. Ballpark Ventures is a small, boutique fund investing in early stage technology startups Founders and partners – Charles Canning-Smith, Harry Dewhirst, Russell Buckley,Jeffrey Cooper, Jeffrey Cooper Notable investments, and Read More

ProFounders Venture Capital – VC

ProFounders Venture Capital – VC Types/sectors – Mobile, E-Commerce, Travel Stages of investing – Seed and Early Stage History – Founded in 2009 Founders and partners – Rogan Angelini-Hurll,Sean Seton-Rogers,Peter Dubens, Jonathan Goodwin, Michael Birch, Brent Hoberman Notable investments, and value – GetYourGuide $14M Series A,Splash $6M Series A,Entangled Media $3.5M Seed Headquarters – London

Beringea – Venture Capital – VC

Types/sectors – Software, Enterprise Software, E-Commerce Stages of investing – Venture Capital that does Seed, Early Stage Venture, Later Stage Venture, and Debt Financing Investments History – founded in 1988 Fund value – $100 million Founders and partners – Charlie Rothstein, Mark Taylor, Shane Elliott, Karen McCormick Notable investments, and value – Sakti3 $20M Series Read More

Amadeus Capital Partners – Venture Capital – VC

Types/sectors – Hardware + Software, Software, Web Hosting Stages of investing – Venture Capital that does Seed, Early Stage Venture, Later Stage Venture, and Private Equity Investments History – founded in 1997. Its recent exit was OneDrum, acquired by Yammer in 2012 for an undisclosed sum, but rumored to be a big exit for the Read More

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