RSJ Tech II invests in top European venture capital funds, which find the most interesting companies and help them expand worldwide. We work with our portfolio funds for a long time and select them very carefully.
RSJ Tech II is well diversified. Our portfolio covers the whole of Europe, as great companies come from anywhere. Through our portfolio funds, we invest in both traditional software and SaaS platforms, as well as more exotic projects. We then invest directly in the most interesting ones.
RSJ Tech III is an open-ended unit fund managed by a management company RSJ Investments investiční společnost a.s.
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RSJ Tech is a shareholder in all three funds managed by in the Credo Ventures – Credo Stage I, II (Tech I), III (Tech II) and IV (Tech III). Credo Ventures is one of the pioneers, and a leading player in CEE venture capital, focusing on IT projects in the early stages of development.
Project A invests predominantly into DACH companies in their early stages of development. Apart from being top tier investors having multiple portfolio unicorns such as Trade Republic or Spryker, the fund is most well known for its in-house value add platform. A team of more than 100 experts is dedicated to helping portfolio companies with various tasks from hiring to data engineering.
Notion Capital from the United Kingdom invests into early-stage companies in B2B, SaaS and cloud technologies. Their focus is related to the team's expertise. It formed around founders of an antivirus company MessageLabs, which was sold to Symantec in 2008 for 700 mil. USD. The fund grows its portfolio companies through its unique platform that provides the founders with both extensive network and valuable know-how.
Blossom Capital invests into top European companies in their early stage. The fund is led by Ophelia Brown – a well-known venture capitalist with wealth of experience from top tier institutions, such as Index Ventures, Goldman Sachs and Local Globe. The fund is known for its extensive support for its portfolio teams and affinity towards bold projects.
Moonfire invests into ambitious projects in their early beginnings, particularly in the area of fintech, healthtech, coworking and gaming. It was founded by Mattias Ljungman, who co-founded Attomico, one of most successful European venture capital funds, 14 years ago. His portfolio includes numerous high-profile companies, such as unicorns Rovio, Supercell and Klarna.