UVC Partners raises €255 million

The investor, based in Munich and Berlin, has raised €255 million for its current fund. Investors include successful founders as well as family offices such as the Klattens and Strüngmanns.

UVC Partners has already funded today's unicorns, with its new fund the investor wants to repeat this: UVC Partners has currently collected 255 million euros, the money comes from family offices of the Strüngmann, Klatten and Schörghuber families as well as founders such as Bastian Nominacher of Decacorn Celonis and Jochen Engert, Daniel Krauss and André Schwämmlein of Flixbus. The fund is UVC Partners' third and also includes an opportunity fund.

"The fact that founders we have known for a long time and some of whom we have invested in ourselves are now investing in our fund is a great confirmation of our work," says Johannes von Borries of UVC Partners. The investor is connected to the Center for Start-ups UnternehmerTUM from Munich and has contacts to partners and experts of the university as well as partner companies through this network.

This is also appreciated by founders who have already benefited from the UVC Partners ecosystem: "Whether in recruiting, the search for the best follow-up investors or networking within the B2B SaaS community: without UVC Partners, we would certainly not be where we are today," says Florian Biller, founder of the start-up Capmo from the construction industry.

UVC Partners specializes primarily in funding technology-based companies with up to five million euros. The investor is based in Berlin and Munich.

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