Yann Fiebig

Principal / Authorized Signatory

Yann Fiebig, Principal, has an Engineering background and has been supporting start-ups in the fields of mobility, industrial software and deep tech since 2016. Yann has pioneered new investment theses for HTGF through lighthouse investments in the fields of space and quantum technologies, among others. He has successfully led many financing rounds with international top-tier investors and has successfully exited three companies from his portfolio. Yann holds two master’s level degrees both in electrical and industrial engineering from RWTH Aachen and Ecole Centrale Paris and was trained in value creation in venture capital at WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management. Before joining HTGF, he supported the German market entry of an international energy supplier as a team leader and worked as a technology scout in the automotive industry.

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Press
17. February 2023

Ampler joins Kõu Mobility Group and strengthens its position in the micromobility industry

Tallinn, 17.02.2023– Ampler and Kõu Mobility Group announced today in a joint press event that the two Estonian-based companies will join forces, to strengthen their position in the micromobility industry and to continue making emotive zero-emission commuting accessible for everyone.  The two companies have signed an investment and share-swap agreement that makes Kõu Mobility Group the new majority shareholder of Ampler. Ampler will become one of the business units in the group
 
Press
18. October 2022

Orbex Secures £40.4 Million in Series C Funding

Forres, UK, October 18, 2022 – UK-based spaceflight company Orbex has secured £40.4 million for its Series C funding round, led by a new investor, the Scottish National Investment Bank. The new round of funding will allow the company to scale up its resources as it counts down to the first vertical launch from UK soil, as well as unlocking additional funding to support future projects. Orbex recently revealed its “Prime” rocket in its final form, making this the first full orbital