We use proprietary software (known as DIG) to discover, evaluate and support investments in the most promising European startups.
The best fit between the business idea, the founding team’s DNA and the ability to execute on the product / technology.
With our extensive experience in strategy, product, technology and operations, we support you through the company building process.
From networking ships, it was inevitable that Miska would found Kontena: the most user friendly open source container platform for orchestrating applications running on Docker.
Marc was a long time coder in ad tech, before rethinking the way influencers monetize in live streaming. At loots Marc and his team strive to alter the conventional cashflow and transform the live streaming landscape.
Murat co-founded Marvel in the summer of 2013 as a simple way for designers to showcase interactive prototypes. Now Marvel has its sights set on helping the world bring digital ideas to life.
Having worked in e-commerce for years, Andrius, his brother Tomas, and co-founders are democratising drop-shipping for online store-owners all over the world.
Chris and his team have always built companies that give superpowers to normal humans. At Qriously, they are working on predicting the future by serving questions to billions of people.
Eduardo founded Returnly in 2014 from a vision of a radically improved online marketplace. He's leveraging modern fin-tech to enable stores a simple and transparent way of processing returns.
István has been a massive CAD nerd for years. Finally he decided 'enough is enough' and built his own. Shapr3D is a new way of thinking and designing, and has become one of the flagship iPad Pro apps.
Carlo has successfully built and sold a number of companies in over 20 years of entrepreneurism. Now he's turned his attention to banking, with a passion to fundamentally change how companies manage their money.
Aaron co-founded Traitly. Traitly predicts when customers are going to leave and why. Companies can create custom messages and on-boarding flows based on each of their users’ predicted behaviour.
Mark and Scott co-founded Tutorful in 2015 with the vision that technology could help improve the tuition industry. Since then, they've been on a mission to build a tutoring platform that enables parents to find trusted tutors.
Navid is the founder and CEO of YouPic. At the age of 15 he created his first website and is now growing YouPic to be the destination for photographers that want to learn and inspire.
Former General Counsel at Balderton Capital (Benchmark Europe) and previously corporate lawyer at Taylor Wessing.
John is focused on the operations of the firm, including fund/deal structuring and investment execution.
Former General Counsel at Balderton Capital (Benchmark Europe) and previously corporate lawyer at Taylor Wessing. John is focused on the operations of the firm, including fund/deal structuring and investment execution.
Former UK Engineering Director at Yammer / Microsoft. Previously Head of Technology at Top10 and CTO at MetaBroadcast.
Ben is leading the development of the InReach platform, transforming traditional Venture Capital.
Former UK Engineering Director at Yammer / Microsoft. Previously Head of Technology at Top10 and CTO at MetaBroadcast. Ben is leading the development of the InReach platform, transforming traditional Venture Capital.
From his dual Masters degree, Ghyslain developed strong foundations in machine learning and business analytics.
Passionate about entrepreneurship, Ghyslain joined InReach Ventures to help transform the industry of venture capital through the development of our scalable investment workflow and automated proactive outreach leveraging data and artificial intelligence.
Ghyslain holds an MSc in Engineering Sciences from École Centrale de Lyon and an MSc in Business Analytics and Finance from the University of Southampton.
Prior to joining InReach Ventures, Karolina was an entrepreneur developing an ecommerce business, built from a simple idea she was passionate about. She began her career at Dresdner Kleinwort in Frankfurt & NY, an investment bank where she worked in Capital Markets.
Karolina has an MSc from Copenhagen Business School in Applied Economics & Finance.
Luca has built his career applying Machine Learning to problems at global scales.
At Translated, Luca led the development of the most used Translation Memory service in the translation industry and he proposed and delivered Modern Machine Translation, the world’s first Neural Adaptive Machine Translation.
Now he leads the development of DIG’s intelligent core, the backbone of the investment infrastructure.
Marina studied Modern Languages, and has developed a keen interest in culture, language and the arts. Marina is fluent in Spanish, Italian, English and French.
At InReach, she is responsible for the initial interaction with entrepreneurs, helping the investment team manage the process and control the quality of DIG’s data.
Arthur holds a double MSc in Telecommunications Engineering and Strategy and Innovation from UPC and Télécom Paristech. He is fluent in English, French, Spanish and Catalan.
Arthur is a young Front End developer passionate about technology and entrepreneurship, with a strong belief that by building the right tools he can help disrupt the VC industry.
Sean previously worked at Canon/Lifecake where he focused on building their web application for tens of thousands of users.
Striving to create beautiful front-end applications with a keen eye for detail, Sean is driving the development of DIG’s user-experience and InReach’s entrepreneur-facing products.
InReach Ventures, the so-called “AI-powered” venture capital firm based in London, is announcing the first closing of a new €53 million fund targeting early-stage European technology companies — surpassing the original fund target of €50 million, apparently.
VC polarizes people. Depending on who you ask, it can be described both as toxic capital and as a golden ticket to crushing competition and becoming the next unicorn. The reality is, while definitely not suitable for everyone, VC is the top option available to high-risk startups chasing hypergrowth – one that has enabled the rise of the tech industry as we know it today.
One of the biggest challenges for venture capital companies is finding interesting investment targets before anyone else. It is often a laborious, travel-intensive job. But machine learning and predictive analytics are starting to transform how an investor puts a portfolio together.
In the US, if venture capital investors or tech company founders need to find each other, they go to one of two places: Silicon Valley or New York. Companies that need tech workers, and the media that follow them, eventually relocate or open offices in one of those two areas.
Now that Brexit negotiations have begun, and uncertainty about its effects on the fintech industry persist, it would seem that VC investors should be wearier than ever about investing in UK startups.
This week, however, two deals involving UK-based fintechs seemed to rattle this notion.
Today we are announcing the first closing of a new fund of €53m, targeted at early stage European technology companies.Written by Roberto Bonanzinga
Efficiency. Speed. Proactive outreach.Written by Roberto Bonanzinga
Since joining InReach Ventures as a Data Scientist I have been learning a tremendous amount about entrepreneurship and what it takes to build a company. In the following post, I develop how I applied my learnings while working on my latest side-project: a SaaS product for cryptocurrency enthusiasts.Written by Ghyslain Gaillard
Technology entrepreneurship is fuelled by the relationship between founders and funders. The question for both is: how to engage with each other to build an effective relationship?Written by Roberto Bonanzinga
At InReach Ventures we believe in Europe and we believe in tech entrepreneurship as a key driver for future economic growth and prosperity. We are disappointed by the fact that all the largest technology companies in the world are American and Chinese and there is only ONE European software companies that features in the top 25 (a total of three including Ericsson and Nokia)Written by Roberto Bonanzinga