Wharton Alumni Angels has approx. 400 members doing angel investments into promising startups globally. Their most active regional clubs are in US, UK & Europe, and Brazil. They prefer tech-enabled companies that have early revenue or other significant indications of their ability to start scalable growth.
Indie Investments is the angel investment company of Heikki Nakari. He has a long corporate background in the financial sector and asset management. As an angel investor he’s very selective. Environmental technologies are close to his heart, but the business fundamentals have to always be strong as well.
Due to his strong and varied background in the financial sector, he has the capacity to offer more than just an angel ticket in especially interesting cases.
Fiskars is looking for globally scalable innovations to cooperate with and/or invest into, that have synergies with their business of durable consumer goods. They’re especially interested in new services and business models in the space related to professional handheld home and garden tools, kitchenware and interior decoration.
Fiskars is launching their innovation hub website, Bruk, in the end of September 2021.
Baltic Tech Ventures invests into startups and organizes pitching sessions for startups to raise further funding from multiple investors. Their investment typically covers 10% of the startup’s current funding needs. Their geographic areas of interest, in order, are Baltics, Nordics, and CEE. They seek companies that have at least some monthly revenue.
They’re interested in software startups, including hardware offerings where the main value is in the software side, as well as marketplaces. They’re most interested in B2B and B2C, but evaluate strong B2G cases (e.g. selling to military) as well.
Gold Ventures is an Austrian startup investment bank and accelerator. They invest into multiple different kinds of tech startups that have at least 40ke/mo MRR. They broker investment together from over a dozen sources, investing up to 10Me into one company over time.
They’re less interested in real estate, stock exchange and public institutions, and more interested in private B2B companies, ranging from SaaS to medical devices, and biotech to AI and machine learning. They got an especially strong background in cyber security.
Future Foodways invests into scalable food and agriculture tech startups that define the future of food and its production. Regenerative agriculture and food tech is especially interesting for them.
Most of their initial investments are within the range of €500k-1M.
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Metsä Spring is looking for startups that add value to the Metsä Group ecosystem. They’re the CVC unit of Metsä Group, a large Finnish forest industry group.
On manufacturing model companies they focus on those in the pilot and demo phase. On service model companies they’re most interested in those in the proof-of-concept stage.
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. Their tickets are €150k-500k. http://katapultocean.com/
Katapult Climate’s tickets are €120k-450k. https://www.katapultclimate.com/
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.
Investiere is a Swiss fund that does VC investments and syndicates those with their network of Swiss HNIs, institutions etc. They have invested over €120M already.
They have a preference for B2B companies, but are interested in checking B2G and strong B2C cases as well.
They’re happy to do lead/solo/follow investments in Switzerland and mostly do follow investments outside Switzerland.