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Rocket Internet

Rocket Internet is a german internet company founded by Nitin Reen.

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Ahmed-Karim BERRADA

Employee



Alaa Hatahet

Founder



Alessandra Scriva

Employee



Alexander Greinacher

Employee



Alexander Obukhov

Employee



Artem Stepanenko

Employee



Dandé Brigitta Stella

Employee



David S. Njie

Employee



David Schwintowski

Employee



Domen Pogacnik

Employee



Gaurav Tiwari

Employee



Gennadiy Zlobin

Employee



George Katsanos

Employee



Gion-Otto Presser-Velder

Employee



Irsan Aria

Employee



Joe Gemayel

Employee



Julia Docolas

Employee



Lodewijk Sutorius

Employee



Luka Defar

Employee



Maëlle Chérubin

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Mart Polman

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Nicolaus Nagel

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Nicole AE

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Nitin Reen

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Rico Fernando

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Steve O'Hear
August 13, 2019
TechCrunch
Caterwings, the Rocket Internet-founded corporate catering marketplace that operates in 8 countries, has acquired German competitor Lemoncat. Terms remain undisclosed, although I understand from a source close to the company that it was an "8-digit all stock" deal and sees investors, which include Lukasz Gadowski, Target Global, Point 9, and Northzone, pick up shares in [...]
Reuters Editorial
April 4, 2019
U.S.
German ecommerce investor Rocket Internet will set up more companies in 2019 than last year, it said on Thursday, as investors raise questions about the company's direction now most of its big holdings are listed or on track to go public.
Reuters Editorial
November 30, 2018
U.S.
The chief executive of Rocket Internet is poised to pounce if the recent fall in tech stocks continues, putting to work the German ecommerce investor's 2 billion euros ($2.28 billion) of available cash.