TDJ Pitango among the leading VC funds in Poland according to the Startup Poland report
Polish Venture Capital market is developing very dynamically, gradually catching up with the more developed Western countries.
Check out the results of the TDJ Pitango Seed Competition!
The winners of the competition will receive 1 MLN PLN of financing and mentoring packages from TDJ Pitango Ventures.
GGPredict builds analytical solutions for the espionage industry and Syntoil develops facilities for environmentally friendly conversion of used tires and rubber waste into commercial products.
TDJ Special Award went to Comixfy and the audience award to AIsens.
Even up to 1 million PLN for each of the best startups. The TDJ Pitango Seed Competition starts.
TDJ Pitango Ventures is looking for gems in the seed and pre-seed phase – the best teams can expect high funding and participation in tailor-made mentoring programs. The best startups in the field of AI/machine learning, fintech, the blockchain, e-sport, quantum computing or e-health among others can apply to the Competition at the www.tdjpitango.pl. The deadline for submissions is 11.03, and the winners will be announced during the great gala in April 2019.
TDJ Pitango Ventures invests 15 million PLN in Polish Tylko
The application for ordering bespoke furniture is already the fifth investment of the fund over the last 12 months. Tylko, supported by international investors and designers is a game changer on the market worth 330 billion USD.
1.7 million USD for neptune.ml
TDJ Pitango Ventures invested 1.7 million USD in Neptune, which intends to accelerate the development of artificial intelligence as GitHub accelerated the development of software 10 years ago.
CallPage, the worldwide callback system, raises $4 million from TDJ Pitango Ventures, Innovation Nest and Market One Capital.
CallPage, a Poland-based system enabling direct contact with a potential client within 28 seconds, raises series A funding from TDJ Pitango Ventures, Innovation Nest, and Market One Capital. This is the next investment into the company, founded in 2015 by Ross Knap, Sergey Butko, and Andrew Tkachiv.
How to invest in innovation?
Wojtek shared his observations and experiences with his audience members on the topic of investing in innovations, especially stressing the issue of planning his global development from the very beginning of the organization’s operation as well as the prudent choice of investor, in line with the policy of Smart Money.
The first investment of TDJ Pitango Ventures
StethoMe, a company manufacturing an intelligent, wireless stethoscope cooperating with a smartphone, is the first investment of the TDJ Pitango Ventures fund. The investment agreement provides that TDJ Pitango’s participation in that project will amount to 1.5 million USD. The remaining 0.5 million USD from this investment round will be covered by other Venture Capital funds.
TDJ Pitango Ventures at Wolves Summit
TDJ Pitango Ventures took part in the next edition of the Wolves Summit, during which it met with many promising startups.
The conference featured i.a. a presentation entitled “Do we need Venture Capital?” held by Wojciech Fedorowicz, the managing partner of TDJ Pitango Ventures.
Wolves Summit – How to use the differences wisely?
Should the Polish startup environment suffer from an inferiority complex? Wojciech Fedorowicz from TDJ Pitango Ventures talks about similarities and differences between Tel Aviv and Warsaw.
Wojciech Fedorowicz about 3rd European Cyber Security Forum
Security takes on a new meaning in view of the Internet of Things.
Wojciech Fedorowicz as a speaker during CYBERSEC 2017
Wojciech Fedorowicz, the managing partner of TDJ Pitango Ventures, will be one of the speakers at the 3rd European Cybersecurity Forum – CYBERSEC in Cracow, October 10th, 2017.
New fund on the market: TDJ Pitango Ventures
PLN 210 million will be invested in Polish technology companies by new Polish-Israeli TDJ Pitango Ventures fund.