Jens Baumgärtner

Jens Baumgärtner

Jens Baumgärtner is a corporate restructuring expert and serves as a point of contact for our collaboration with technology experts. The qualified banker with a degree in financial controlling started out at HTGF as a Controller, a position he held for many years. He is now an Senior Investment Manager in the hardware and software fields.

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11. May 2021

MetisMotion: BORN2GROW, High-Tech Gründerfonds and Siemens Technology Accelerator invest 1.5 million Euro in second financing round

Munich-based tech start-up MetisMotion has closed its second round of financing and received a further €1.5 million in fresh capital. As with the first financing round in December 2018, the High-Tech Gründerfonds (HTGF), BORN2GROW - a subsidiary of the ZFHN Zukunftsfonds Heilbronn - and the SIEMENS Technology Accelerator (STA) invested. The fresh capital will be used to prepare the market launch of the patent-protected naXture actuator platform. MetisMotion's core technology consists o
 
18. November 2020

FinTech troy wins HDI as new investor, existing investors strengthen their commitment

troy is investing the new funds in further optimisations of its "debt collection experience” FinTech troy, that specialises in customer-friendly, digital debt collection, has successfully concluded its third round of financing. With Hannover Digital Investments GmbH, the venture capital company of insurance group HDI GROUP, the start-up has gained a partner from the insurance sector, which is an important sector for troy. Almost all existing investors have also increased their commi
 
11. February 2020

attenio starts the digital transformation in industrial assembly with 1.1 mio € seed funding.

The product family Tio of the attenio GmbH is a digital cooperation platform between the planning and the assembly of industrial companies. Usually, companies print drawings and instruction on how to assemble a product and provide them on the shopfloor. This is done, though the planning and the design of the products are done in state of the art software on computers. Three typical problems are the consequences: the loss of productivity on the shop floor, assembly errors and the challenge to