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¿Cómo está evolucionando el modelo de Venture capital?


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BY : Diego GutiérrezJune Thu, 2014
venture-capitalMayo ha sido protagonista de 26 operaciones de Venture capital, cifra más alta en lo que llevamos de año según datos facilitados por TTR. A pesar de ello, el importe total invertido ha sido de 31M€, casi la mitad que en abril 2014.

Sectores más populares

El sector que lidera la lista de investments en venture capital es internet, que en lo que llevamos de año ha conseguido un total de  42 operaciones, le sigue el sector tecnológico con 37 operaciones registradas, y bastante por detrás, el sector de distribución y retail, con 4 operaciones.

“Este último sector  el año pasado tan solo cerró 5 operaciones de VC, lo que nos muestra que aunque las empresas tecnológicas y de internet siguen siendo las preferidas por las firmas de venture capital, poco a poco está creciendo la inversión en empresas no tecnológicas”, según Diego Gutierrez de ABRA INVEST.

Operaciones Mayo

Entre las operaciones más destacadas de Mayo, podemos encontrar las siguientes financing rounds: Nuubo, startup que se dedica al desarrollo de tecnologías wearables, ha recibido una ronda de €3M, de    Caixa Innvierte BioMed II, y CRB Inverbío, a través de su fondo CRB Bio II.

Tritium Software, startup de Barcelona que desarrolla el software de gestión comercial Force Manager,  ha cerrado una investment round de €2,8M de euros liderada por el fondo Nauta Capital y que ha estado acompañada por accionistas actuales como el ‘family office’ Histemi Inversiones, propiedad de la familia Ventós.

Playthe.net, startup con sede en Cuenca, dedicada a digital signage, acaba de cerrar una ronda de financiación de 1,5 millones de euros liderada por Kibo Ventures, a través de su fondo Amerigo participado por Telefónica y CDTI y otros inversores institucionales y business angels.

Fashion Pills, tienda online de prendas y complementos de tendencia, ha cerrado una financing round de €500.000.

Nuevos fondos

Además en el mes de mayo firmas de venture capital como Caixa capital risk e Inveready,   han levantado nuevos fondos lo que permitirá inyectar más liquidez para las pymes.

La Caixa” ha reforzado los instrumentos de funding para empresas innovadoras en fases iniciales con la creación de un nuevo vehículo de inversión, Caixa Capital Micro II. El fondo, gestionado a través de Caixa Capital Risc, la gestora de capital riesgo del Grupo “la Caixa”, se ha constituido con una dotación inicial de €9M.

Inveready ha lanzado junto al CDTI, Inveready Biotech II,  que contará en total con un capital de 17 millones de euros y financiará  empresas del sector Biotecnológico.

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