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Techstars Digital Investors in Europe Map

Techstars has released the digital version of their Investors in Europe map, which is quite helpful to understand which VCs have invested so far in European startups.

Techstars has released the digital version of their Investors in Europe map, which is quite helpful to understand which VCs have invested so far in European startups.

The digital map, which came to life in the digital format through the support Dealroom, offers useful European Investor information that should definitely help entrepreneurs who’re looking for VCs who invest in Europe.

If you’re a startup located in Eastern Europe and looking for investors around the region or in Western Europe, this should be very helpful to you, especially because it includes all the top resources founders need. You’ll see names active in the region like Launchub, NEVEQ, ElevenEmpower Capital from Bulgaria or South Central Ventures from Croatia.

However, this doesn’t mean that these are the only active investment funds in the region. There’s a number of European VC funds and US funds that are active in the region looking for the next success story.

 

Liberating data for startups

The information was collected from VCs all over the world and also through community support, wich resulted in the identification of over 501 investors investing in European startups.

We want to Give First and help startups and investors save time by doing some of that research for them. Right now you can go to the Google sheet, make a copy and filter the sheet to find relevant investors for your needs.” said Techstars on a blog post over on Medium,

According to Dealroom, since 2014 startups in Europe have raised $23B+ with a whopping ‚ $17B+ raised in London, Berlin, Stockholm, Paris and Tel Aviv.

The top five cities in which investors have offices in Europe according to the research are:

  1. London
  2. Stockholm
  3. Berlin
  4. Paris
  5. Helsinki

Techstars is also calling for anyone to contribute to the identification of potential investors that might have been missed out, and contribute with information on the shared Google Sheet.