VC funding In CEE reached over EUR 900 mln in Q2 2021
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According to the latest VC Funding In CEE Report, recently published by Vestbee, the biggest matchmaking platform for startups, VC funds, accelerators, and corporates in the CEE region, the number of fully disclosed investments in the CEE region in the second quarter reached over 190 and exceeded EUR 900 million in total funding.
As reported by Vestbee, the most appreciated industries in Q2 2021 include e-commerce, fintech, analytics, cybersecurity, automotive, AI, big data, media, while Poland and Estonia were the most active countries, securing 118 and 21 rounds respectively. Among startups that received the largest fundings worth mentioning are Vinted (Series F - EUR 250 mln), Rohlik (Series C - EUR 100 mln), Uncapped (Series B - EUR 66 mln), Productboard (Series C - EUR 60.5 mln), and Veriff (Series B - EUR 58 mln). Additionally, the report highlights the most active investors in CEE, that is Fil Rouge Capital, Smok Ventures, Next Road Ventures, Knowledge Hub, Accel, Early Game Ventures, Lighthouse Ventures.
VC Funding In CEE Report as a comprehensive overview of the CEE startup funding rounds and VC transactions also includes a month-by-month investment comparison covering fluctuations in funding level and exposure of the most impressive funding rounds. Additionally, there is a list of TOP 50 startups from the region that raised investments in the second quarter of 2021.
The next publication of the CEE Startups Funding Report - overview of VC investments in Q3 2021 in Central & Eastern Europe will be published in October.
The full report is available here.
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