Atomico is an investment firm focusing on startups. It partners with AI, ML, climate tech, communication, consumer, enterprise, fintech, health tech, mobility, SaaS, and other areas.
HQLondon, GB
Size (employees)52 (est)+27%
Cybersecurity ratingAMore
Atomico was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in London, GB
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Key People/Management at Atomico

Niklas Zennstrom

Niklas Zennstrom

Partner, CEO
Chris Barnes

Chris Barnes

Partner, COO
Hiro Tamura

Hiro Tamura

General Partner
Tom Wehmeier

Tom Wehmeier

Partner, Head of Research
Camilla Richards

Camilla Richards

Partner, Head of Investor Relations
Maria Orphanides

Maria Orphanides

HR Director
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Atomico Office Locations

Atomico has an office in London
London, GB (HQ)
29 Rathbone St
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Atomico News and Updates

Atomico leads $11 million round in legaltech PocketLaw

Legaltech firm PocketLaw today announced the closure of a €10 million Series A round lead by European VC firm, Atomico.

Atomico Fires Top VC Investor Hiro Tamura Over Staff Complaints

The leading London-based venture capital investor was dismissed following complaints about his management style.

Gaia, a platform to finance IVF treatments, closes $20M Series A led by Atomico

Gaia is a startup that is effectively out to ‘de-risk’ the whole process of IVF fertility treatment, using products like personalized insurance and payment plans. It’s almost BNPL for babies — but not quite. It’s now closed a $20 million Series A funding round led by London’s Atomico. Previous inves…

Portuguese VC firm Shilling launches €30 million Founders Fund, backed by Atomico and over 35 Founder LPs

As we saw in the Forward Partners and Landscape VC study published last week, founders want more than just money. They’re looking for seasoned veterans with real industry know-how to help guide them to success. To this end, Portugal-based VC firm Shilling has launched a new €30 million fund, dubbed …

Zapp, the on-demand delivery and ‘dark’ store operator, picks up backing from Lightspeed and Atomico

Zapp, one of a number of startups currently battling it out in London and beyond by promising to let you order everyday items on-demand from its own delivery-only stores, has quietly raised a new round of funding from leading VCs, TechCrunch has learned. According to multiple sources, Silicon Valley…

Atomico invests in Katana

Several years ago, a few friends in Estonia started a small manufacturing workshop to sell direct to consumer.
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Atomico Online and Social Media Presence

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Atomico Blogs

Our Investment in Sorare: The Future of Collecting and Fantasy Sports

From coins to cards and everything in between, the desire to collect is one of the most basic human impulses. Today, the total number of global collectors is estimated to be 200 million and the worldwide collectibles market is estimated to be $370b. Collecting can be a quest, a source of meaning, an…

Congratulations to Lilium!

Today, we congratulate Lilium for successfully listing on the NASDAQ. Founded in 2015 by ​​Sebastian Born, Matthias Meiner, Patrick Nathen, and Daniel Wiegand, we feel privileged to watch Lilium mark the successful transition from private firm to public company.Not only does today offer a compelling…

Our Investment in Quit Genius: Tackling Addictions with Digital Solutions

Over the last 18 months, the largest public health crisis for a generation has redefined our collective sense of physical and mental wellbeing. Obscure terms such as ‘social distancing’ and ‘non-pharmaceutical intervention’ have become common parlance as policy debates spilled from government corrid…

Rethinking Employee Wellness Models: Atomico’s Investment in Quit Genius

This post was written in collaboration with my Partner Hiro Tamura, who worked closely with me on this investment, and shares our collective thoughts on the Employee Wellness category.Photo by sergio souzA corporate reckoning in mental and physical wellbeingMatters of wellbeing — both physical and m…

Thank you, Biology, and so long, petrochemicals: Atomico’s investment in FabricNano

If I weren’t a computer scientist I might have been a chemical engineer. One of the classes that I was most compelled by at high school was chemistry — in particular, organic chemistry. What fascinated me in particular was how beautiful geometric arrangements of just a few elements — Carbon, Oxygen,…

Our Investment in FabricNano: Enabling the Bioindustrial Revolution

FabricNano co-founders: CTO Ferdinando Randisi and CEO Grant Aarons in their London labConsumption as we know it today cannot, and should not, last forever. The manufacture of petrochemical products such as cosmetics, deodorants, and even toothpaste accounts for 14 per cent of global oil demand, a s…
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Atomico Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Atomico founded?

    Atomico was founded in 2006.

  • Who are Atomico key executives?

    Atomico's key executives are Niklas Zennstrom, Chris Barnes and Hiro Tamura.

  • How many employees does Atomico have?

    Atomico has 52 employees.

  • What is Atomico revenue?

    Latest Atomico annual revenue is £19.7 m.

  • What is Atomico revenue per employee?

    Latest Atomico revenue per employee is £379.5 k.

  • Where is Atomico headquarters?

    Atomico headquarters is located at 29 Rathbone St, London.

  • Where are Atomico offices?

    Atomico has an office in London.

  • How many offices does Atomico have?

    Atomico has 1 office.