Klaus Lehmann


Klaus Lehmann joined the fund in its early days and has been an investment manager for high-tech start-ups since 1999. His focus is on supporting the individual portfolio companies in the implementation of their growth plans and M&A processes, as well as their corporate financing or restructuring. The business graduate is a member of numerous advisory boards of his portfolio companies. He also holds the seat for HTGF on the jury of Exist Forschungstransfer Ingenieurwissenschaften.


Posts & mentions

16. May 2024

Caeli Wind, the digital platform for wind energy sites, secures €11 million in fresh capital in a Series A funding round.

Notion Capital, Santander Alternative Investments and existing investors provide the digital wind energy pioneer with growth capital for deeper value creation and international expansion. Berlin, London, Madrid (16 May 2024) – Caeli Wind, the platform for analysing and marketing wind energy locations founded by Ben Schlemmermeier and Heiko Bartels in 2022, announced today that it has secured €11 million in growth capital from international investors. The round was led by re
Caeli Wind Team
29. June 2023

Digital marketplace for wind farms: Caeli Wind wins High-Tech Gründerfonds as investor

Berlin, 29 June 2023 – Caeli Wind, Germany’s first digital marketplace for wind farms, has set itself the goal of driving the expansion of wind energy in Germany through intelligent solutions. High-Tech Gründerfonds (HTGF), one of Europe’s leading seed investors, is now backing the innovative start-up. Caeli Wind has developed a digital platform that identifies areas with wind potential and enables their professional marketing. The groundbreaking software checks all
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26. April 2023

Bringing medium-sized businesses into the future together: Maschinenraum cooperates with Germany’s leading venture capitalists

Maschinenraum, the ecosystem transforming German-speaking family businesses, is allying with Germany’s leading venture capitalists (VCs). The strategic partnerships allow the now nearly 70 family-owned companies to directly engage with renowned venture capitalists and start-ups to better prepare for the future. For the cross-industry network of family businesses, the partnerships are another opportunity to jointly solve the most pressing questions and tasks of forward-looking transform