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Atomico

Atomico

Atomico is a venture capital firm headquartered in London, England founded by Niklas Zennström in 2006, making series A and onwards investments in technology companies.

Atomico is a venture capital firm founded in 2006 by Niklas Zennström that is headquartered in London, England, and has offices around the world in Beijing, China; São Paulo, Brazil; Stockholm, Sweden; and Tokyo, Japan. The firm makes series A and onwards investments in technology companies looking to expand their global reach; primarily focusing its investments in European technology companies. Notable investments made by Atomico include: Supercell, Skype, The Climate Corporation, Xobni, and Memphis Meats.

Timeline

Funded Companies

49 Results
Company
Company
Description
Description
Website
Website
Industry
Industry
Location
Location

A business intelligence company offering an artificially intelligent analytics web-based software platform .

An information technology company offering an operational communications platform.

Zocdoc is a company an online medical care appointment booking service.

Company developing software that helps physicians communicate with their patients. Their main product Chain SMS is used by medical office staff to send text messages for a variety of communications such as appointment reminders or to remind patients to take prescriptions.

The Climate Corporation (Climate) is a digital agriculture company that is a subsidiary of Bayer. The Climate Corporation, founded in 2006 and based in San Francisco, examines weather, soil and field data.

TrialPay is a Mountain View, California-based company.

Biomedical Artificial Intelligence company helping doctors find breast cancer early and more accurately using deep learning.

Gengo is a Tokyo-based company founded by Robert W. Laing.

Wunderlist is a company founded by Charlette Prevot, Sebastian Scheerer and Robert Kock.

EVRYTHNG is a New York-based company founded by Vlad Trifa, Dominique "Dom" Guinard, Niall Murphy and Andy Hobsbawm.

Framer is an Amsterdam-based startup that developed interactive design platform Framer X.

Fon is an Alcobendas-based file sharing company founded by Martín Varsavsky.

Koru Kids is a company founded by Rachel Carrell.

Farmdrop is a London-based company.

Graphcore is a company developing semiconductor accelerators for AI and machine learning.

Jott is a peer-to-peer company.

San Francisco based software company.

Associated investment funds

4 Results
Investment Fund
Investment Fund
Total offering (USD)
Total offering (USD)
Total sold (USD)
Total sold (USD)
Location
Location
Date signed
Date signed
391,980,000
286,798,700
October 24, 2012
750,000,000
March 17, 2016

People

Name
Role
LinkedIn

Adam Lasri

Associate



Alexis Bonte

Venture Partner



Alexis Dormandy

Partner



Andrew Crankshaw

Finance Director



Annalise Dragic

Senior Associate



Ben Blume

Associate



Benjamin Grol

Partner



Bryce Keane

Head of Communications



Camilla Richards

Head of Investor Relations



Carlos Pires

Partner



Carolina Brochado

Partner



Caroline Chayot

Partner



Carter Adamson

Venture Partner



Chris Barnes

Partner & COO



Chris Savvopoulos

Engineering Lead



Christine Fa

Associate



Dan Hynes

Partner



Eleanor Warnock

Communications Manager



Gunita Bhasin

Investor Relations Associate



Hillary Ball

Associate



Hiro Tamura

Partner



Irina Haivas

Principal



Jambu Palaniappan

Executive in Residence



Joen Bonnier

Partner



Kelly Poon

Partner



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