Hoxton Ventures

Hoxton Ventures

Hoxton Ventures is an early stage technology venture capital firm that invests in mobile, internet and software startups. The company is based in London, United Kingdom.

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bd4Travel (acquired by DNATA)Campanja (acquired by 24/7 Media)Immunio (acquired by Trend MicroTrend Micro)Mavrx (acquired by Taranis) Portfolio companies have received follow on investment from larger funds such as Index Ventures, Accel Partners, Summit Partners, Insight, KKR, GV, Shasta Ventures, Crosslink Capital, Softbank, and Citibank.

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Hoxton Ventures is a European venture capital firm, based in London. It was launched by American partners Hussein Kanji and Rob Kniaz in December 2013 after previously working at Accel (venture capital firm) and Fidelity VenturesFidelity Ventures (now Eight Roads Ventures) respectively. Hoxton also has a venture partner Dylan Collins with a particular focus on gaming and Irish investments from his former career at Demonware; he is now CEO at Superawesome, a kids technology company.

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bd4Travel (acquired by DNATA)Campanja (acquired by 24/7 Media)Immunio (acquired by Trend Micro)Mavrx (acquired by Taranis) Portfolio companies have received follow on investment from larger funds such as Index Ventures, Accel Partners, Summit PartnersSummit Partners, Insight, KKR, GV, Shasta Ventures, Crosslink Capital, Softbank, and Citibank.

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Hoxton Ventures

Hoxton Ventures is an early stage technology venture capital firm that invests in mobile, internet and software startups. The company is based in London, United Kingdom.

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Hoxton Ventures invests on companies that have the potential to be very large, valuable, and global business. The company partners with founders who are either technical or experts in their industry. Hoxton also works with companies inventing new market categories or disrupting existing sectors. The firm prefers to invest in technical and ambitious founders trying to build billion dollar global outcomes. Hoxton Ventures typically invests between $500000 and $5M and follows its capital through the life of the investment. The firm has worked at some of the most prominent tech companies, at their headquarters, including Google, Intel, Microsoft, Sun Microsystems and Twitter.

History

Hoxton Ventures was founded on Nov 26, 2013, by Hussein Kanji and Rob Kniaz.

Investments

Hoxton Ventures has made 33 investments. Six of these were lead investments. On June 26, 2018, they invested $50M in TourRadar. This is their most recent investment. Hoxton Ventures has had seven exists. mMavrx, IMMUNIO, and Campanja are some of its notable exists.

The firm has raised a total of $40M in a single venture fund. This fund was announced on Apr 29, 2014

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Dylan Collins

Venture Partner

Hussein Kanji

Partner

Rob Kniaz

Partner

Vijay Pandurangan

Technical Advisor

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Husein Kanji (Hoxton Ventures) - Why VC's aren't Impressed with Just a Good Business

Hussein Kanji of Hoxton Ventures - Silicon Valley Matters | Silicon Real

Hussein Kanji, Hoxton Ventures - NOAH15 London

VC Pitch - Hussein Kanji, Hoxton Ventures (at Capital On Stage London 2014)

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