Korelya Capital

Korelya Capital

A venture capital and private equity firm investing in digital European companies.

Korelya Capital is a venture capital and private equity firm investing in digital European companies that is headquartered in Paris, France and was founded in 2016 by Antoine Dresch and Fleur Pellerin. Notable companies receiving investments from Korelya Capital include: Showpad, Get Your Guide, Glovo, Bitfury, Kayrros, Oh BiBi, Memrise, Taxify, Team Vitality, and Ledger. The firm focuses investments in digital industries such as artificial intelligence, internet of things (IoT), and big data.

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K-Fund 1

On September 29, 2016 Korelya Capital announced successfully raising €200 million for their K-Fund 1. Notable contributors to K-Fund 1 are Never and Line each contributed €50 million each, and Korelya Capital will work closely with the two companies to identify and help develop European startup companies by connecting them with European and Asian investors. Korelya Capital plans on using the K-Fund 1 to invest in machine learning, deep learning, and the internet of things (IoT).

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JobTeaser

A software company that has created a mobile application that is a recruitment platform working with students, universities, and companies. It was founded in 2008 and is located in Paris, France.

Bitfury is a San Francisco-based blockchain company.

A company offering a mobile platform for urban travel.

Snips is a Paris-based artificial intelligence for voice recognition platform developer founded by Rand Hindi, Maël Primet and Michael Fester.

Ledger is a company founded by Thomas France, Eric Larcheveque, Nicolas Bacca and Joel Pobeda.

ShowPad is a Belgium-based company.

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Romain Dillet
April 20, 2020
TechCrunch
Vestiaire Collective just closed another big round of funding in the middle of an economic crisis -- the round closed in early April. The startup raised $64.2 million (€59 million) and the company has raised over $240 million over the year according to CrunchBase. Vestiaire Collective operates a marketplace of pre-owned fashion items. Users can [...]

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