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Top 5 Transportation Angel Investors in Croatia

A list of 5 angel investors that invest in Transportation startups based in Croatia. We rank investors based on the number of investments they made in Transportation companies from Croatia. We update this investor list every month.

Top 5 Transportation Angel Investors in Croatia

Investor Transportation Croatia investments
Luca Ascani 6
Taavet Hinrikus 5
David Rowan 2
Nenad Bakić 1
Ivan Topčić 1
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Luca Ascani Angel · Rome, Lazio, Italy · 3 investments in the past 12 months
Luca is founder and CEO of Lambda Alpha, an investment company focused on early stage investment. Its portfolio includes Bear, the Apple Design Award winner notes app, Fintechs as Lendable and Emma App in London, Mansa in Paris and ScalaPay as well as autonomous robots Gideon Brothers and automated pasta restaurant Cala. Recent investmentsincludes Dishpatch, Airbank and RVVUP. Luca started his entrepreneurial career aged 20 when he launched BuyCentral.it, the first Italian shopping comparison site, in 2000. It was sold to Lycos in 2004. In 2002 he founded ADVance which became the leading digital agency in Italy, subsequently sold to NetBooster. In 2004 he cofounded GoAdv, later rebranded Populis, one of the largest vertical digital publishing groups in Europe and Brazil, listed on the Paris Alternext stock exchange. In 2011 Populis was named the fastest growing company in Ireland and part of the top ten in Europe by Deloitte. In 2012 and 2013 he has brought the TechCrunch conference to Italy with the aim of connecting the Italian industry with international investors. For this same purpose he was co-hosting the 2017 Founders Forum in Rome.From 2010 Luca was in the board of IlSecoloXIX, an Italian north west leading newspaper, then acquired by LaStampa in 2014 and he was in the board of the new group, ITEDI, until it was acquired by Gruppo Espresso in 2017.
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Investment focus
  • FinTech, Software, Financial Services
  • Seed, Pre-Seed, Series A
  • France, Italy, United Kingdom
Portfolio highlights
  • Fence — At Fence, we're transforming the way debt facilities are managed. We are the Operating System for your debt facility, reducing the amount of resources spent in back-office operations and letting teams focus on what matters.Our platform, built on blockchain technology, offers a Software as a Service (SaaS) solution that simplifies andautomate debt facility operations. Whether you're a capital provider or an asset originator, Fence leads you toward a smarter financial future.For capital providers, our platform enables internet-native debt solutions and real-time portfolio insights, enhancing your credit investment monitoring. With Fence, you stay ahead, making informed decisions for success. Asset originators benefit from enhanced capital efficiency and reduced operational costs, thanks to Fence's automation. We seamlessly integrate debt facilities into your tech stack and provide on-demand programmable debt, giving you unprecedented control over the capital you borrow.
  • Jet HR — Jet HR makes managing people incredibly simple: payroll, benefits, devices, compliance and much more. We re-thought the HR function, removing anything that is cumbersome and simplifying any action on employees. We are funded by the best Italian VCs (Exor Ventures, Italian Founders Fund and 6 more) and by the best Italian founders (founders ofCasavo, Satispay, Scalapay, Bending Spoons, Musixmatch, Talent Garden, Oyster HR, etc).
  • qomodo — Qomodo: La piattaforma BNPL innovativa. Rate a tasso zero, approvazioni veloci, transazioni sicure. Rivoluzionaria nell'acquisto per aziende e consumatori.
Taavet Hinrikus Angel · London, England, United Kingdom · 4 investments in the past 12 months
Taavet Hinrikus is co-founder and CEO of TransferWise. Prior to starting TransferWise, Taavet was Skype’s director of strategy until 2008, starting as its first-ever employee. One of the World Economic Forum's Tech Pioneers, Taavet is an adviser to Prime Minister of Estonia on the digital agenda. He’s also a mentor and angel investor; hisinvestments include Tweetdeck, Mendeley, OMGPOP, Property Partner, Sunrise, Improbable and Mapillary.
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Investment focus
  • FinTech, Financial Services, Software
  • Seed, Series A, Series B
  • United Kingdom, United States, Estonia
Portfolio highlights
  • Meatable — Meatable is a food production company that produces real and guilt-free meat. With one cell, they are revolutionizing the meat industry's impact on climate change and animal welfare. At the same time they increase food security, without compromising the culinary experience of eating tasty, real meat. They aim to satisfy the world'sappetite for meat without harming people, animals, and the planet.It was founded in 2018 and is headquartered in Delft, South Holland, The Netherlands.
  • Open Cosmos — Driven by the vision of making space accessible to anyone, Open Cosmos provides simple and affordable space missions.Open Cosmos went from design to delivery of qb01, their first nanosatellite, in only four months, followed by a launch and deployment in LEO early April 2017. They are currently working with innovative payload developers towardsin-orbit demonstration and constellation deployment to enable services ranging from remote sensing to maritime domain awareness and machine-to-machine communications.
  • Unearthly Materials — Unearthly Materials is a transformative materials company focused on delivering practical room-temperature superconductors and powering the century of superconductivity.
David Rowan Angel · London, England, United Kingdom
David Rowan is editor of the UK edition of WIRED magazine, which won 2009 Launch of the David Rowan is Editor of the WIRED UK, the technology and trends magazine covering online brands, gadgets and the culture that surrounds them. David has reported on technology for The Times and Channel 4 News, the latter requiring him to illustrate the newiPod Video from the set of a porn shoot. He's also written for The Sunday Times and Telegraph Magazines, and edited the Guardian's on-line content. David has curated an exhibition of British creative talent at the Government's Cabinet Forum conference. He has also addressed the TEDs, and frequently contributes on Newsnight and the Today programme. He also writes a monthly column for GQ. David is in touch with many of the world's leading trend-setters and spotters. In presentations he looks at how the net is disrupting almost every sector, how apps change consumer behaviour and why 'social commerce' is killing traditional marketing. He reveals the 10 trends that will change your market in the next decade - and what you should be doing now to protect yourself.
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Investment focus
  • Software, Artificial Intelligence, Information Technology
  • Seed, Pre-Seed, Funding Round
  • United Kingdom, Germany, Croatia
Portfolio highlights
  • EWOR — EWOR is a blend of a master’s degree and venture capital firm investing €75K to €150K, connecting you with unicorn founders, and offering over 20 unique entrepreneurship courses.
  • Climate X — Climate X combines climate science and econometrics to deliver precise climate risk data without any black boxes.
  • Rhizocore Technologies — We develop high-performance strains of locally-sourced mycorrhizal fungi to improve tree growth, tree health and tree resiliency. We offer a sustainable solution to increase forest yields whilst improving the ability of trees to sequester carbon.
Nenad Bakić Angel
Nenad Bakić
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Investment focus
  • Robotics, Software, Machine Learning
  • Series A
  • Croatia
Portfolio highlights
  • Gideon Brothers — Gideon Brothers develops autonomous, mobile, collaborative and modular robots for unstructured, indoor, human industrial environments. They are one of the largest robotics engineering companies in Central and Southeastern Europe. Founded in 2017, the company is headquartered in Zagreb, Croatia.
Ivan Topčić Angel
Ivan Topčić
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Investment focus
  • Robotics, Software, Machine Learning
  • Series A
  • Croatia
Portfolio highlights
  • Gideon Brothers — Gideon Brothers develops autonomous, mobile, collaborative and modular robots for unstructured, indoor, human industrial environments. They are one of the largest robotics engineering companies in Central and Southeastern Europe. Founded in 2017, the company is headquartered in Zagreb, Croatia.
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