DN Capital

DN Capital is a global early stage and growth capital investor in software, mobile applications, digital media, marketplace and e-commerce companies. The firm has operations in London, Berlin and Menlo Park and its objectives is to identify, invest in and actively support its portfolio companies to become global leaders. Portfolio companies include Shazam Entertainment, Auto1 Group, Apsmart (sold to Thomson Reuters), Book A Tiger, Datanomic (sold to Oracle), Delectable, Endeca Technologies (sold to Oracle), Happn, JacobsRimell (sold to Amdocs), Mister Spex, OLX (sold to Naspers), Performance Horizon Group, Purplebricks, Quandoo (sold to Recruit Holdings), Tbricks (sold to Orc Holdings) and Windeln.de. The professionals at DN Capital bring over 60 years of private equity experience to their investments, and actively work with portfolio companies to steward their growth through the various stages of development.
Type
Investor
HQ
Greater London, GB
Founded
2000
DN Capital was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Greater London, GB

Key People at DN Capital

Nenad Marovac

Nenad Marovac

Managing Partner & CEO
Steve Schlenker

Steve Schlenker

Managing Partner
Thomas Rubens

Thomas Rubens

Partner
Frank Kelcz

Frank Kelcz

Venture Partner
Peter Misek

Peter Misek

Venture Partner
Massimo Prelz

Massimo Prelz

Chairman Investment Committee
Teemu Mattila

Teemu Mattila

Associate
John Helm

John Helm

Venture/Operational Partner
Guy Ward Thomas

Guy Ward Thomas

Associate

DN Capital Office Locations

DN Capital has an office in Greater London
Greater London, GB (HQ)
Dartmouth St

DN Capital Investment Portfolio

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DN Capital News and Updates

Shadow.LoL provides analytics and visualization for League of Legends esports teams

Berlin esports startup Dojo Madness has launched Shadow.LoL, an analytics and data visualization platform for professional League of Legends teams. The esports phenomenon has become a big business, with growth expected to go from $696 million in 2017 to $1.5 billion by 2020, $696 million in 2017, ac…

Auto1 Group, a young used-car marketplace serving Europe, is now worth $2.8 billion

 Auto1 Group, a nearly five-year-old, Berlin-based used-car marketplace, just announced a huge round — €360 million ($404 million) in debt and equity financing that includes €75 million ($84.2 million) from Princeville Global, itself a Hong Kong-based investment firm with a second office in San Fran…

Berlin-based moving startup Move24 raises $14.3 million

Berlin-based moving startup Move24 has received €13 million (about $14.3 million USD) in Series C financing. Innogy Venture Capital led the round, with participation from previous investors Holtzbrinck Ventures, DN Capital, Piton Capital, and Cherry Ventures. This comes after the company raised anot…

German relocation startup Move24 brings in €13 million in Series C round

Berlin-based moving startup Move24 has received €13 million in Series C financing. The Innogy Venture Capital led the round, with previous investors Holtzbrinck Ventures, DN Capital, Piton Capital, and Cherry Ventures also participating. This comes after the company raised another €13 million in a S…

Emerging AI: 7 Industries Including Law, HR, Travel And Media Where AI Is Making An Impact

Artificial Intelligence is being hailed as the new linchpin of the tech industry. Although machine learning algorithms have been around for decades, the advances in hardware processing capabilities and access to big data have ushered in a new era of … Continued

E-sports coaching app gets $6 million, because that’s the world we live in now

 Dojo Madness, a Berlin-based startup that sells analytics and coaching tools to casual and professional online gamers, has raised $6 million in a new round of financing. Read More
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