ETF Partners

ETF Partners

ETF Partners is a London based venture capital firm founded in 2006 by Henrik Olsen, Patrick Sheehan, and Peter Horsburgh.

ETF Partners is a London based venture capital firm founded in 2006 by Henrik Olsen, Patrick Sheehan, and Peter Horsburgh.

The firm prefers to in environmental technologies fund, technology companies across Europe, Israel, Asia, and Silicon Valley.

The notable investment portfolio of ETF Partners includes Cloud&Heat Technologies, Eagle Genomics, Flyability, iGeolise (TravelTime platform), Metalysis, Movinga, PHENIX, Voltea, Wirepas, Zeelo, etc.

As of January 2020, ETF Partners has made 46 investments and had 11 exits.

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Funded Companies

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Description
Industry
Website
Location
Kebony

Kebony is an Oslo-based company developing sustainable hardwood through materials science and offering a substitute to endangered hardwood.

Cloud&Heat is a Germany-based cloud computing company.

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People

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Role
LinkedIn

Annabelle de Saint-Quentin

CFO

Artne Morteani

Partner

Claus Hoejbjerg Andersen

Venture Partner

Fabrice Beinfait

Partner

Jarkko Virtanen

Venture Partner

Lucy Rands

Associate

Patrick Sheehan

Co-Founder and Partner

Per Ericsson

Venture Partner

Peter Horsburgh

Co-Founder and Chairman

Remy de Tonnac

Partner

Rob Genieser

Partner

Tiina Tanav

Operations Manager

Tomer Strikovsky

Associate

Further reading

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Companies

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CEO
Location
Products/Services

Cloud&Heat Technologies

Eagle Genomics

Flyability

iGeolise (TravelTime platform)

Metalysis

Movinga

PHENIX

Voltea

Wirepas

Zeelo

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July 7, 2020
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