24. June 2021
High-Tech Gründerfonds secures successful exit – Schunk Group takes stake in Pulsar Photonics
Pulsar Photonics, a start-up based in Herzogenrath near Aachen, eyes new opportunities to further develop its cutting-edge technology and market it around the world thanks to tech company’s international networkForay into laser technology marks a technological expansion for Germany’s Schunk GroupHigh-Tech Gründerfonds was the start-up’s first institutional investor back in 2015, with Falk Strascheg Holding coming on board in 2018
Bonn, 24 June 2021 – The exit is a perfect match f
4. June 2021
EWE takes up stake in Solandeo
Partnership aims at developing digital business models for the energy sector.
Oldenburg, 04 June 2021 - Oldenburg-based energy and telecommunications company EWE AG is to become a new minority shareholder in Berlin technology firm Solandeo and is the second energy company after TWL AG, Ludwigshafen on the Rhine, to acquire shares in Solandeo. Solandeo GmbH is a specialist in smart metering solutions as well as in intelligent forecast and analysis products. Individual forecasts for efficie
25. February 2021
Strong exit for High-Tech Gründerfonds – Shell to acquire Next Kraftwerke
Shell is acquiring Next Kraftwerke to strengthen its position in the field of renewable energy tradingThe Cologne-based start-up Next Kraftwerke GmbH will obtain the necessary resources to fuel further growth and the development of complex new commercial products High-Tech Gründerfonds has been an investor in the company since its foundation in 2010The transaction remains subject to regulatory approval
Subject to regulatory approval, Shell* is to acquire 100% of the shares in Next
4. March 2020
How scientists become successful entrepreneurs
Interview with Klaus Lehmann, Partner
Successful industrial technology start-ups – Klaus Lehmann has helped scientists and researchers to found successful start-ups on behalf of the High-Tech-Gründerfonds since 2014. Now the industrial technology expert has been appointed partner of the HTGF. In an interview he explains what start-ups from the world of science and academia need to bear in mind and why the HTGF is great partner for them in particular.
Robotics, lasers, sensory,
17. February 2020
Klaus Lehmann appointed partner at High-Tech Gründerfonds
Klaus Lehmann (48), who has already worked for High-Tech Gründerfonds (HTGF) for 14 years, has now been appointed to the post of partner with effect from April 1, 2020.
We are delighted to welcome Klaus, a highly experienced colleague, into our group of partners. Klaus has built up his own portfolio with focus on industrial technology that is well above average. Right from the very outset, he has had a significant impact on the company as a wholeDr. Alex von Frankenberg,