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Inovo Venture Partners

Inovo Venture Partners

Inovo Venture Partners invests in late seed and series A technology companies in Central and Eastern Europe.

Inovo is a venture capital firm that seeks to invest in the software, SaaS, marketing, education and technology sectors. The firm was founded in 2011 and is based in Warsaw, Poland.

Inovo provides investments to Polish SMEs and help them go global by accelerating business processes.

Inovo manages assets €6.79 million, which they allot on investing in innovative companies with high potential for growth. Their team is experienced in running companies, strategic consulting, and financing.

Investment

Inovo's investments include Tidio, Infermedica, eyerim, Booksy, Isivi, Brand24, ScreenSHU, Restaumatic, Kekemeke and Gamfi.

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Damian Zapłata

Venture Partner

Kacper Zambrzycki

Investment Analyst

Mateusz Buchta

General Counsel

Ric Szopa

Venture Partner

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Mike Butcher
April 28, 2021
TechCrunch
SunRoof is a European startup that has come up with a clever idea. It has its own roof-tile technology that generates solar power. It then links up those houses, creating a sort of virtual power plant, allowing homeowners to sell surplus energy back to the grid. It's now closed a €4.5 million round (seed extension) [...]
Mike Butcher
April 28, 2021
TechCrunch
SunRoof is a European startup that has come up with a clever idea. It has its own roof-tile technology which generates solar power. It then links up those houses, creating a sort of virtual power plant, allowing homeowners to sell surplus energy back to the grid. It's now closed a €4.5 million round (Seed extension) [...]

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