Richmond View Ventures GmbH is now a climate neutral company and proud to be a member of Leaders for climate Action. We have committed to measuring our personal carbon footprint and reducing it wherever possible. By offsetting our corporate emissions,
David (Companisto) interviewed RVV Partner Frederik about his 20 years experience as entrepreneur and investor.
EPAM Systems, Inc (NYSE:EPAM) has acquired test IO GmbH. It was great to support the team from the very beginning and to see how they developed the business from it’s infancy to the current position in Europe and the U.S.
We are thrilled to announce our partnership with HubSpotStartups! Together, we look forward to helping startups with their sales, marketing, and services to help them grow better! Learn more about HubSpot’s startup program on http://hubspot.com/startups
Amazon Web Services has partnered with Richmond View Ventures and offers a plethora of benefits to companies backed by RVV. This includes training, credits, business support and a whole team devoted to helping our Startups scale their technology and company.
Instacart, the well-funded on-demand grocery startup, was not looking for more cash, says CEO Apoorva Mehta. But when cash came looking for Instacart, the company didn’t turn it down. It’s announcing a new $600 million funding round led by D1 Capital.
RVV invests in the Malaysia-based florist-startup Flower Chimp and steps into the Asian market.Flower Chimp aims to expand its reach to Singapore by the second half of 2018, as well as Vietnam, Thailand and Hong Kong by 2019. Flower Chimp
Last week BSH Home Appliances, Europe’s largest appliance manufacturer, announced that it is acquiring 65 percent of the Berlin based Startup Kitchen Stories. As the company said on its website, Kitchen Stories will be incorporated into the Home Connect ecosystem
RVV has become an official investor and supporter of CODE University. CODE University was founded by serial entrepreneur Thomas Bachem and offers three innovative and hands-on bachelor programs for young talents striving to become developers, designers and digital entrepreneurs on
Instacart has raised $400 million in a Series D financing round led by Sequoia Capital. Other investors include Wellcome Trust, Y Combinator Continuity, Andreessen Horowitz, FundersClub, Khosla Ventures, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB), Initialized Capital, Thrive Capital and Valiant Capital.