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Dawn Capital

Dawn Capital

A venture capital firm in London that focuses on investing in startups across Europe

Dawn Capital is a venture capital firm in London that focuses on investing in startups across Europe. Founded 2005 in London, England, United Kingdom by Haakon Overli and Norman Fiore, it invests in early stage ventures, series A, series B, series E, and series C rounds. Its portfolio companies include Minute Media, Tink, Dataiku, Eigen Technologies, and Bitmovin. As of February 2020, Dawn Capital has made 73 investments. Their most recent investment was on February 26, 2020, when Minute Media raised $40M. Dawn Capital has had 10 exits, the most notable of which include Mimecast, FanDuel, and iControl Networks. Dawn Capital has raised four funds, their latest being Opportunities Fund. This fund was announced on June 20, 2019 and raised a total of $125M.

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FinSMEs
July 19, 2021
FinSMEs
About | Advertise | Contact | Disclaimer | News | The Daily Deal Newsletter FinSMEs.com by FinSMEs is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
Ryan Weeks
May 18, 2021
The Block
London-based crypto custodian Copper has raised $50 million in a Series B round led by Dawn Capital and Target Global.
Dan Taylor
April 22, 2021
Tech.eu
Copenhagen-based master data management platform CluedIn has raised $15 million in a Series A round in its effort to demystify data connectivity. The round was led by Dawn Capital and saw participation from existing investors Nordic Makers, as well as Collibra co-founder and CTO Stijn Christiaens. "The founding team at CluedIn has achieved something remarkable. [...]
Ingrid Lunden
April 7, 2021
TechCrunch
No-code startups continue to see a lot of traction among enterprises, where employees -- strictly speaking, non-technical, but still using software every day -- are getting hands-on and building apps to take on some of the more repetitive aspects of their jobs, the so-called "citizen coders" of the working world. And in one of the [...]
Ingrid Lunden
April 7, 2021
TechCrunch
No-code startups continue to see a lot of traction among enterprises, where employees -- strictly speaking, non-technical, but still using software every day -- are getting hands-on and building apps to take on some of the more repetitive aspects of their jobs, the so-called "citizen coders" of the working world. And in one of the [...]
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