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Reflecting the ongoing hotbed that is the European tech scene, London’s preeminent venture capital firm Draper Esprit is no longer Draper Esprit, but rather, Molten Ventures. The rebranding also includes a new company motto, ‘Make More Possible’, and reflects the firms’ unique position in the ecosystem. Not only do
As of this morning, VC firm Draper Esprit has moved its listings on London’s AIM and Dublin’s Euronext Growth Market and begun trading on their respective main marketing counterparts. In doing so, the firm becomes the largest tech-only focused VC on London’s Main Market. The move arrives just weeks
London’s publicly-listed VC firm Draper Esprit (AIM: GROW, Euronext Growth: GRW) has announced its intention to raise £111 million via a placing of 13,299,278 Ordinary Shares (Placing Shares) and 603,500 Ordinary Shares (PrimaryBid Shares). The PrimaryBid Offer is conditional on the Placing, but the Placing is not conditional on
London-based FintechOS has raised $60 million in a Series B round. Led by Draper Esprit, whose previous investments include Revolut and N26, the round also saw participation from existing investors LAUNCHub, Earlybird Digital East, Gapminder Ventures, and OTB Ventures. FintechOS notes that further investors will be announced at a
Happy Friday! This week, our research team tracked 69 funding deals worth about €1.4 billion in funding, and around 15 M&A announcements and rumours across Europe, including Russia, Israel, and Turkey. As always, we are putting all of them together for you in a handy list sent in our
UK-founded deep tech startup Hadean has landed a £7 million funding round led by Draper Esprit, with participation from Aster, London Venture Partners, Luminous Ventures, and Entrepreneur First. Hadean’s product is what it claims to be the world’s first cloud-first operating system, HadeanOS, which supposedly “enables programmers to scale
London-based publicly listed VC Draper Esprit has announced its intention to acquire additional stakes in the previous funds of Earlybird VC, a German early-stage investor. Draper Esprit plans to pay €63 million for a 27 percent stake in the Earlybird IV fund (raised in 2009), and another $20 million