Kima Ventures

Kima Ventures

Kima Ventures promotes the growth of startups, supporting them in the fastest and most effective ways.

Kima Ventures was established in 2010 by Jeremie Berrebi and Xavier Niel. The firm is headquartered in Paris, France. As of October 2019, Kima Ventures is managing 506 active companies and has sold off its stakes in 178 companies. Kima Ventures provides funding for early-stage companies in diverse technology sectors.

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Funded Companies

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Carta (company)

Carta (formerly eShares) is a San Francisco based cap table management platform that offers 409A valuations, products for investors and public companies.

TransferWise is a company that offers money transfers services founded by Kristo Käärmann and Taavet Hinrikus

Starcity is an American company that builds co-housing microapartments in which tenants pay for a private room with shared kitchens, bathrooms and other shared spaces.

Voxeet is a San Francisco-based company founded in 2012.

BetterDoctor, a technology company, delivers provider directory data and has a database that can be accessed through a responsive API.

ecomom is a Spokane, Washington-based e-commerce company founded by Jody Sherman, Emily Blakeney and Roman Azuara.

Real estate technology company formerly known as Patch Homes.

Chartio provides a cloud-based data exploration solution that helps businesses analyze and track their data.

LeanPlum is a San Francisco-based company founded by Momchil Kyurkchiev.

Rapportive provides an email add-on displaying social media information about contacts inside the users’ inbox.

Tulip Retail is a Canadian enterprise software company that develops products for retailers, focusing on mobile applications for store workers. The company is headquartered in Toronto, Canada with offices in Kitchener, London and New York City. Retailers using Tulip include Mulberry and Kate Spade New York.

Trusting Social is a New York City-based developer of non-traditional credit scores based on social data and consumer behavior.

Pixowl is a San Francisco-based company founded by Arthur Madrid.

Whitetruffle is a San Francisco-based company founded by Alex Deve, Lucas Scavone and Joseph Liu.

Manpacks is a Providence, Rhode Island-based company.

ZooZ is a company founded by Ronen Morecki, Oren Levy and Eyal Kotler.

sush.io/ Archiveme is a San Francisco-based company founded by Thomas Guillaumin.

spotflux is a company founded by Chris Naegelin.

A media startup company focused on African pop-culture, social trends, lifestyle and entertainment

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People

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Role
LinkedIn

Alexis Robert

Employee

Dante Rocchi

Employee

Eléonore Oudea

Employee

Jean de La Rochebrochard

Employee

Jeremie Berrebi

Employee

Rodrigo Olaechea

Employee

Rose Dettloff

Employee

SILAS WABWILE BARASA

Employee

Vincent Jacobs

Employee

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Mike Butcher
June 26, 2020
TechCrunch
Last year The Europas Awards for European Tech Startups was held at a sunny garden party next to a historic museum in London. Last night, because of the global Coronavirus pandemic, it was held over Zoom. But the enthusiasm and success of Europe's tech startup industry still shone through the list of finalists and winners. [...]
Steve O'Hear
June 25, 2020
TechCrunch
Api.video, a "developer-first" video platform that makes it easier for websites and apps to video features, has raised $5.5 million, in a seed round led by London venture capital firm Blossom Capital. Also participating is Kima Ventures and a number of angel investors. Previous backers include Octave Klaba (founder of OVH), Eduardo Ronzano (founder of [...]
Kim Darrah
December 3, 2019
Sifted
A hand-picked selection of some of the most prominent angel investors in Europe, featuring Xavier Niel, Oleg Tscheltzoff and Jacques Antoine-Granjon.

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