Roberto Bonanzinga, Co-founder and Investment Partner at InReach Ventures, is working to disrupt venture capital. Bold as it may sound, his track record suggests he knows what he’s doing. Before co-founding InReach, he was a Partner at Balderton (formerly Benchmark Europe), one of the most venerable VC firms in this part of the world.
Find out what's happening in each European ecosystem from the VC perspective! To better understand the extent of the COVID-19 pandemic, we embarked on a journey through various startup scenes, big and small. We took the first Profile Picture in Poland, close to our home. We hope that the findings will improve your understanding of the Polish VC ecosystem and help you navigate your actions in these turbulent times.
Judith Dada is cut above the rest. Though she’s been a VC for less than four years, she quickly established her brand as a rising star of the industry. In fact, she became a Partner at La Famiglia, a European seed-stage VC fund, before she even turned 30.
Acting fast and with convictions are the pillars of Julian Mattes’ work as a growth investor. As a Partner at Digital+, he focuses on companies that already made it through the first stages of development (e.g., Seven Senders, quantilope).
Kobi Samboursky is a serial entrepreneur at heart with twenty years of experience in the tech sector. Despite initial misgivings about venture capital, he co-founded his VC firm Glilot Capital with a founder’s mindset. He identified a problem and set out to offer a solution, quality, and real value.
Jörg Rheinboldt is a living legend of the German tech scene. He started his first business, a digital agency called Denkwerk, in the nineties. Then, he co-founded Alando together with the Samwer brothers, Max Finger and Karel Dörner. After the company was acquired by eBay in a record time, he became the Managing Director at eBay Germany.