More venture funds are betting on Central and Eastern Europe – TechCrunch
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Central and Eastern Europe has less venture capital at their disposal more than their GDP or population can warrant. But that could start to change as startups’ talent pools, global mindsets and capital efficiencies attract new funding. Let’s explore. — Anna
What do UiPath, Vinted and Wise have in common?
CEE startup founders will soon have more dry powder to chase.
In recent weeks, we’ve learned that Underline Ventures is Half of the €20 million fund raised Investing in Romania and surrounding countries; Poland-based Inovo VC is The target is 100 million euros for its third fund; that Spanish-born Demim was Launch of new fund Invests in startups in Central Europe and plans to raise a second round of financing between 30 million and 40 million euros in September.