F-Log Ventures fills its Logtech fund with several million euros

The VC wants to invest the money in young, international start-ups from the logistics industry. In total, a mid-double-digit amount is available.

VC F-Log Ventures has successfully filled its Logtech fund. An amount in the mid-double digits has been raised, reports VC Magazine

. F-Log intends to put the capital into early-stage start-ups in the logistics sector. The focus is on European start-ups. Starting at 500,000 euros, the VC wants to invest, with follow-up financing, the Logtech fund wants to stay on board.

The VC's anchor investor is logistics company Fiege from Greven in North Rhine-Westphalia. "With our experience and network, we develop the start-ups to the next level together with the founders, with the goal of making money together in the end," Tanja Rosendahl, managing partner of F-Log Ventures told VC Magazin

. She is joined by Tim Gudelj as Managing Partner and CEO Andreas Pott in leading the fund. "We are looking for scalable business ideas that deal innovatively with logistical information, material or financial flows. Anyone who can get something off the ground here arouses our interest," says Pott.

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