ZGI Capital invests into Latvian and Baltic growth companies and startups approaching 1M€ in revenue or larger. No deep tech.
YIT is seeking startups related to real estate and construction sectors that have synergies with their core offerings. They are interested in business cooperation, co-development and investing.
Their recent investments include Nuuka Solutions by Loudspring and Freesi by Iisy, which help monitor and optimize energy usage, indoor air quality etc.
The sweet spot for cooperating with YIT is when companies have approx. 1M€ or more in turnover.
Startups can contact directly anton.pelo [ät] yit.fi.
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.
Bocap invests into growth stage Finnish SMEs, typically between startup venture capitalists and buyout funds. They seek profitable high growth companies with a turnover of €4M or more. Many of their portfolio companies are either driving or heavily using digitalization.
They invest up to €10M per company directly from the fund and their partners can invest a similar amount as well.
They’re a minority investor, seeking an ownership stake of between 10-49%.
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.
.Cocoon is a startup founder mentoring program by experienced angel investors who pre-screen founders for coachability. For the best business cases they invest up to €100k during the program.
The managing team includes the key people from Contriber Ventures, who invested into 35 startups after founding the second Estonian unicorn, Playtech, and a manager from Buildit Accelerator with experience from 60+ investments.
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.
CapMan Growth seeks companies with an already fast-growing revenue and whose goal is to double their revenue in the near future. They’re largely agnostic towards sectors and business types, focusing on the evidence of the company’s ability to grow.
They seek growth companies doing approx. €1M or more in recurring revenue (e.g. SaaS) or considerably more of non-recurring revenue.
They prefer to invest €5-10M tickets. In addition to direct investment, they are happy to bring their partner companies on board to larger investment rounds of up to approx. €20M.
They’re always a minority investor, often the lead (in Finland prefer to lead). They prefer to actively assist in growing the companies through a board seat and other ways.
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.
Hardware and marketplaces are ok, as long as selling software is the main business driver.
Their own investment tickets are $5-10M. Their LPs can invest a similar amount in addition.
They prefer to lead investment rounds, but also do solo and co-investments as well.