Point Nine Capital is a venture capital firm founded in 2011. It is established by Christoph Janz, Kolja Hebenstreit, and Pawel Chudzinski. It is based in Berlin, Germany. As of March 2019, the firm has 78 companies and its portfolio and has sold off its shares in 37 companies. Its most recent investment occurred in March 2019 for Container xChange, a company providing an online platform for container logistics (cb).
Point Nine Capital funds companies at various stages of development, from seed to mid-venture. The firm invests in companies worldwide, with a focus in Poland, Central Europe, North America, and Russia. The firm provides financing for companies operating in diverse industry sectors, with some examples being software-as-a-service (SaaS), machine learning, and bitcoin. Since 2013, Point Nine Capital has managed to raise €189 million across three funding round. Its most recent funding round was held in June 2017, amassing €75 million.
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