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Venture capital fund capital300 launches investment activities

Peter Lasinger and Roman Scharf © capital300

In this way, fresh growth capital was raised for startups on the Austrian market. capital300 will make investments in collaboration with renowned international venture capital funds and thus provide high-growth technology companies with access to global networks and capital. Next year capital300 should expand to a total volume of EUR 40-60 million. Capital300 is led by the serial entrepreneur Roman Scharf (Jajah, Talenthouse) and the investor Peter Lasinger (aws Gründerfonds, Accenture). capital300 is supported by startup300 AG with its 141 business angels at present as well as 40 equity stakes in start-ups and companies.

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