Technologiegründerfonds Sachsen (TGFS) invests in eCommeleon GmbH. The startup from Leipzig (www.ecommeleon.com) developed the SaaS product "eCommeleon" which offers an innovative ETL solution and combines more than ten years of experience in online marketplaces with proven modules for data optimization and groundbreaking marketplace validation especially for online merchants and sellers in marketplaces.
Technologiegründerfonds Sachsen (TGFS) as lead investor invests together with renowned family offices (Hüttenes hoch drei and Golzern Holding) in Packwise GmbH (www.packwise.de). The B2B start-up based in Dresden offers an industrial solution for smart container tracking and management of liquid goods.
Scanfil, listed on the Finnish stock exchange, is a leading European supplier of electronic design and manufacturing services headquartered in Finland and has acquired all shares in HASEC Elektronik GmbH. The transaction was approved by the German Federal Cartel Office on 17 June 2019.
Together with beteiligungsmanagement thüringen GmbH, which belongs to that state’s development bank, and two business angels, Technologiegründerfonds Sachsen (TGFS) is investing a seven-figure sum in evan GmbH (www.evan.network). Evan wants to help block chain technology to achieve a breakthrough with new approaches and has developed a business block chain that is particularly accessible to companies.
Technologiegründerfonds Sachsen (TGFS) invests in Increase Your Skills GmbH. The startup from Leipzig (www.increaseyourskills.com) develops a platform specialized on IT security, data protection and compliance, which offers customers individualized online courses on topics such as GDPR, social engineering awareness, wireless LAN security and procedures for data protection violations.
Technologiegründerfonds Sachsen (TGFS) invests in Corant GmbH, a technology start-up based in Chemnitz and Leipzig (www.air-q.com). Corant was founded in 2015 as a spin-off from the Institute of Physics at Chemnitz University of Technology and has expertise in the field of sensor development. With air-Q, the Saxon start-up is developing air analysis technology for private and commercial users.
Stephan Schuldt (36), previously partner in the Leipzig office of Kahlert Padberg, will join GRUENDELPARTNER as equity partner on 01.04.2019. Stephan Schuldt, who specializes in banking and capital market law as well as commercial and corporate law, will expand GRUENDELPARTNER's transaction practice to include debt financing.
The growth fund Mittelstand Sachsen (WMS), set up by the Free State of Saxony and several Saxon savings banks for SME financing, acquires 25.1 percent of the shares in Taenzler Maschinen- und Anlagenbau GmbH (TAENZLER) based in Laußnitz near Dresden.
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