Frank Kerim Reinecke


Since June 2019, Frank has been building up his software portfolio at High-Tech Gründerfonds. Before that, he founded and sold three of his own start-ups. Subsequently, he initiated and was responsible for an incubator for an international independent IT service provider (consulting). He enjoys successfully implementing innovations with start-ups. Frank studied innovation management and marketing at the Humboldt University in Berlin.


Posts & mentions

25. March 2024

Growth push for CI HUB GmbH, Catalyzing Innovation in Content Integration Solutions

Potsdam, 25.03.2024 – Scale Capital, a Danish early stage technology investor with a focus on helping companies accelerate growth in the US market, has announced its investment in CI HUB GmbH, a leading provider of content integration solutions. This significant seven-figure amount from new and existing investors marks a milestone in CI HUB’s journey towards revolutionizing the way corporates and creatives access digital assets and data. CI HUB specializes in developing innovative
6. February 2024

Frank Kerim Reinecke appointed new Partner at High-Tech Gründerfonds

Bonn, 6 February 2024 – Frank Kerim Reinecke has been appointed Partner at High-Tech Gründerfonds (HTGF), one of Europe’s leading seed investors, effective 1 January 2024. The former entrepreneur, IT consultant and initiator of a corporate venture capital unit has been working for HTGF’s Digital Tech team in Berlin since 2019. His investments are focused on the area of B2B software, particularly fintech, blockchain and cyber security. His 12 portfolio companies include blockcha
12. July 2023

Vertama raises seven-figure seed funding for efficient, digital healthcare processes

Berlin, 12 July 2023 – Vertama digitises medical reporting processes in the hospital environment, transforming time-consuming manual work into efficient, partially fully automated processes. Led by High-Tech Gründerfonds (HTGF), Berlin Angel Fund and renowned business angels are jointly investing in the seed round of the Berlin-based start-up. Following the philosophy of developing accessible services that can be easily implemented in existing systems as scalable products, Vertama