Alfabeat

Alfabeat

Alfabeat is a venture capital fund for early-stage business-to-business software companies.

Alfabeat is a seed and early stage venture capital fund for Enterprise Software companies with global potential. Alfabeat believes investments in Central and Eastern Europe are reaching a tipping point. Since 2011, they have seen a growing value of investments followed by growing number of investments above €10 million. And this is the area where they tend to focus their investment activity.

Alfabeat finds growing technology hubs in Poland and Central Europe, which have large engineering talent pools and growing investments, and they feel the area has the potential to create global unicorns. However, there is a shortage of capital and connections to the global ecosystem. They established Alfabeat, seed venture capital fund, to support founders.

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Funded Companies

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Description
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Monetizr

Monetizr is a blockchain company founded by Martins Bratuskins.

Cryptocurrency
San Francisco
Unamo

Unamo is a company founded by Grzegorz Kazulak, Oskar Krawczyk, Adrian Dulić and Dawid Liberadzki.

Marketing
Andiamo (company)

Healthcare
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LinkedIn

Anik Chojnacka

Venture Partner

Bartosz Lipnicki

Founder and Managing Partner

Edward Stanoch

Strategy Expert

Grzegorz Pisarczyk

People Development Expert

Jan Wyrwinski

Founder and Managing Partner

Katarzyna Szychta

Employee

Magdalena Grygierowska

Head of Operations

Marcin Kowalski

Operations Expert

Marek Rybacki

Managing Partner

Mark Brzezinski

Strategic Advisor

Michal Kwiatek

Technology Expert

Radoslaw Bialas

Managing Partner

Rafal Janik

Head of Communications

Raymond Yager

Finance Expert

Tomasz Gabrys

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