MADRID, 25 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The 'venture builder' Mutter Ventures has raised six million euros in a capital increase with which it has gathered enough financing to go public on Euronext during the first months of 2023 with an expected valuation of 26 million euros.
The firm has increased its capital by 20% with contributions from a 'pool' of investors including soccer players Pedro Rodríguez and Kepa Arrizabalaga, according to a statement from the firm.
This 'startup' factory has a professional team of 50 international employees, as well as five projects in the portfolio and four new projects under development in different sectors.
Mutter Ventures addresses the entire process from the idea, the planting of the strategy to reach the market, the acquisition of financing, the creation of the seed team for the project, as well as legal and financial advice.
"For Mutter Ventures it is key to have extreme sectoral knowledge in each of the projects we lead. For this reason, having the support of leading investors in different sectors strengthens us and allows us to think even more about the necessary generation of impact in all our investments. ", has pointed out the CEO of the company, Christian Rodríguez.
The company has an investment council made up of, among others, Marc Mora (MoraBanc), Manel Vallet (Catalonia Hoteles), Mercé Girbau (Girbau), Jaume Alsina, the Castro family and elite athletes such as Kepa Arrizabalaga and Pedro Rodríguez.
The firm is focused on projects with a positive impact on businesses such as Web3, health, fintech, 'hardware', 'software as a service' and services.