DN Capital’s fourth fund received quite a bit of press and we were fortunate enough to be picked up by TechCrunch.
Covered by Steve O’Hear of TechCrunch on 25th January 2018. You can view the original article here.
“At roughly 17 years old, DN Capital is one of Europe’s oldest venture capital firms, albeit one that, by its own admission, has retained its scrappy roots and a certain kind of reputation to go with it. The VC hasn’t gone without success either, most recently seeing portfolio company Shazam exit to Apple in a reported $400 million deal, apt timing for the announcement of DN Capital’s new fund.
That comes today with confirmation that the London, Berlin and Menlo Park-based firm has closed its fourth fund: a fresh €200 million to be used primarily to back seed and Series A-stage companies in the VC’s “sweet spot” of marketplaces, SaaS, fintech, digital health and consumer mobile apps. In other words, aside from more money to deploy, it’s business as usual for DN.”
Read the full article at: https://techcrunch.com/2018/01/24/dn-capital/