Katapult Ocean is an investor-accelerator looking for startups working in the ocean. They’ve invested in and support more than 30 ocean startups. As long as you are a startup with a positive impact on the ocean, they’d like to hear from you.
Woodstock Fund invests globally into early-stage blockchain, web 3.0, decentralized finance and tokenization companies.
Their investment amounts are in dollars instead of euros.
Mitsubishi Corporation is investing mobility companies and funds worldwide. They company invest into companies with mature products. Marketplaces are especially interesting for them.
They prefer companies with over $20M in annual revenue.
They’re often the follow-investor on a round.
Sofokus Ventures invests into product-led digital startups on angel rounds. They prefer companies with recurring revenue and for which they are able to help with their expertise on building digital solutions.
Angelus Funding is a group of 45 international angel investors. They’re investing across the globe without any sector limitations. They seek startups that have traction with a clear path to revenue. They invest also in non-startups.
Contacts to Stephan Reckie, firstname.lastname@example.org.
E2MC Ventures invests into space startups in Europe and globally. E2MC = Europe to Mars Capital. They’re looking for any and all kinds of space-related startups, including e.g. clinical trials or production in space.
Signals is the startup ecosystem branch of Signal Iduna, an insurance from Germany with a presence in the DACH region and parts of East Europe.
They prefer B2B and applied tech, but deep tech or B2B2C are also possible. Software and marketplaces only. Prefer to co-invest or lead.
They invest within two categories:
Ticket size €150k – 250k
Round size: €250k – 1M
Invests into DE, AT, CH.
Ticket size: €1M – 5M
Round size: €1M –
Global, with focus on Europe.
Looking for digital solutions and digital native brands, e.g. fashion/food solutions whose use digital opportunities fluently in branding, customer acquisition etc.
They have multiple funds with different focus areas but many similarities as well. Most of their funds focus on Europe, North America and Asia (except India), with one focusing on Africa and Middle East. Most do not seek hardware solutions.
Ticket size: €100k – 2M
Global. Hardware ok.
Usually co-lead, or when outside DE/FR, follow.
Ticket size: €4M – 12M
Global. Lead or co-lead.
Ticket size: €10M – 50M
Invests into African and Middle East opportunities. Agnostic on most other factors on the company, such as stage and company type.
Beiersdorf is a corporation focusing on skin care solutions, managing brands like Nivea and looking for companies that will help shape the future of skin care and wellbeing.
They’re interested in being the first pilot client of a startup, whether the offering is related software or a physical product.
Telia Lab is seeking startups with whom to test new customer-based business and technology ideas. They’re the startup partnership unit of Telia, a large telecom in the Nordics and Baltics.
An ideal outcome from a partnership would be a new product they can sell to their existing client base.
Their focus is on software solutions, especially those working with mobile data. They’re also interested in emerging business areas like circular economy data solutions.