KPN Ventures is the venturing arm of KPN, The Netherlands’ leading telecom & ICT company. We focus on early growth-stage investments (series A/B) in European high growth companies in the segments depicted on the right side. Our investments typically range from 0.5 to 2.5 million euro for minority stakes, building long-term partnerships, ultimately aiming for external exits, not acquisitions.
Our key investment criteria are: experienced and diverse team, innovative product with unique competitive advantage, international market potential, sustainability, potential for cooperation with KPN, commercial traction (€0.5M revenues) and attractive deal structure.
We aim to build value-creating partnerships with innovative European technology companies, accelerating innovation and growth by providing access to capital, industry expertise, technical infrastructure, professional network and channels to customers.
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Rotterdam, 14-5-2019 – KPN Ventures, the venture capital investment arm of KPN, announced today it has part...14 May, 2019
KPN is a company which actively strives for a diverse and inclusive working environment, free from discrimination...10 May, 2019
You may remember the moment that KPN got hacked by a 17-year-old in 2012. Research showed that due to a vulnerabi...29 January, 2019
Rotterdam, 14-12-2018 – KPN Ventures, the venture capital investment arm of KPN, announced today it has par...14 December, 2018
The Hague, 27 November 2018 – Dutch cyber security company Cybersprint has raised € 2M in a Series A Funding roun...27 November, 2018
KPN Ventures moves quickly, executes on their promises and are genuinely a great partner to build visionary businesses with.
KPN Ventures gave us access to in-depth knowledge of IoT technology and supported us with operating experience to build a solid company infrastructure. Besides that, KPN Ventures took the lead in investment rounds when additional investment was needed which gave us the opportunity to focus on the global expansion instead of raising new funding.