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White Star Capital

White Star Capital

A venture capital and private equity firm investing in companies in North America, Europe and Asia.

White Star Capital is a venture capital and private equity firm investing in early-stage companies in North America, Europe and Asia that is headquartered in New york City, New York and was founded in 2007 by Christian Hernandez, Eric Martineau-Fortin, and jean-Francois Marcoux. The firm has offices in New York City, New York; London, England; Montreal, Quebec; Paris, France; and tokyo, Japan.



Notable investments made by White Star Capital include: Klaxoon, Dialogue, Borrowell, KeyMe, Clark, Unacast, and Packhelp.

Investment funds

Second Fund

On June 3, 2018 White Star Capital announced raising $180 million in funding for their second venture capital fund. The firm plans on using their second fund to focus on investing in companies that need funding to help them expand internationally by making investments between $1 to $6 million in each company. 



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Funded Companies

17 Results
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launchrock is a company founded by Jameson Detweiler.

Busbud is a Montreal-based company.

Ludia is a Montreal-based company.

Freshly is a New York City-based company.

TIER Mobility is a Berlin-based company founded by Julian Blessin.

Execution Labs is a video game company founded by Jason Della Rocca, Keith Katz and Alexandre Pelletier-Normand.

Dog food company in the UK.

dfuse is a blockchain company.

Unacast is a New York City-based company founded by Thomas Walle Jensen.

Klaxoon is a France-based company.

People

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Christian Hernandez

Founder



David Szekely

Employee



Eric Martineau-Fortin

Employee



John Henderson

Employee



Lylan Masterman

Employee



Ricardo A. Sagrera

Investor



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