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January 23, 2024
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Fueling the Next Wave of Game-Changing European Startups with €400M

TALLINN — Venture capital firm Plural has raised €400 million ($473 million) in funding to support early-stage startups in Europe. The firm’s previous €250 million fund, raised in 2022, focused on sectors such as AI, frontier tech, and climate and energy. Plural, which is based in Tallinn and London, was founded by entrepreneurs Taavet Hinrikus, Sten Tamkivi, and Ian Hogarth. The firm aims to support startups with its operational expertise and has a diverse portfolio of investments in various sectors. Plural is dedicated to identifying founders with unique visions and innovative approaches to business.

Key points:

  • Venture capital firm Plural has raised €400 million ($473 million) for early-stage startups in Europe
  • Previous fund of €250 million focused on AI, frontier tech, and climate and energy
  • Plural founders include Taavet Hinrikus, Sten Tamkivi, and Ian Hogarth
  • The firm aims to support startups with its operational expertise and has a diverse portfolio
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