Flashpoint

Flashpoint

An equity and debt funds company in Hungary that invests in startups within Central and Eastern Europe, Israel, Finland, Baltics, Armenia, Belarus, Russia and Ukraine

Flashpoint is an equity and debt funds company in Hungary that invests in startups within Central and Eastern Europe, Israel, Finland, Baltics, Armenia, Belarus, Russia and Ukraine. Founded 2012 in Budapest, Hungary by Alexander Konoplyasty and Michael Szalontay, this venture capital and debt firm invests in early stage ventures. Its portfolio companies include OfficeRnD, Dostavista, ivi, Chili Piper, GuruShots, AllRight.com, L2P LIMITED, and Gurus Solutions. As of January 2020, the company had 3 exits and 27 investments. The company particularly invests in software companies and has offices in Israel, Hungary, Poland, Latvia and Russia.

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2012
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People

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Alexander Konoplyasty

Managing Partner

Alexey Sidorov

Investment Associate

Marton Medveczky

Investment Associate

Michael Szalontay

Managing Partner

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Companies

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AllRight.com

Chili Piper

Dostavista

Gurus Solutions

GuruShots

ivi

L2P LIMITED

OfficeRnD

News

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Annie Musgrove
February 16, 2021
Tech.eu
London-based global investment firm Flashpoint has announced the launch of its secondary fund, targeting $200 million, after completing a first close of $70 million. Aimed at later-stage tech companies, the fund will provide liquidity for early-stage shareholders, as well as allow companies to consolidate their cap tables. The Flashpoint team, run by co-founders Michael Szalontay [...]
Freya Pratty
February 16, 2021
Sifted
Flashpoint, a VC firm specialising in software-as-a-service investment, is launching a new fund, targeting $200m.
Shona Ghosh
February 16, 2021
Business Insider
Chess.com saw new members rise five-fold in November to 100,000 a day.
Jordan Minor
February 3, 2020
Geek.com
I'll never stop defending the honor of Adobe Flash. Sure the program gave us some security risks and battery-draining video players. But I still don't think tech people, especially Apple-worshiping tech people, ever ...
Eric Hamilton
February 3, 2020
TechSpot
It's not news at this point that Adobe plans to declare Flash dead this year. In fact, the writing has been on the wall for years. Over time, advanced web APIs, newer web development standards, and HTML 5 have been...

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