It’s been a busy month for us at ETF Partners, as you will see from our February roundup which is stacked with some fabulous updates from our portfolio companies, highlights on what we have been up to, and as always, thoughts on supporting the next generation of leaders as they create lasting, positive change.
Here are just some of the highlights from this month:
✅ Our very own Elisabeth Kuester taking part in a fantastic initiative organised by a group of Italian VCs from over 25 international funds, to support Italy-based start-ups
✅ Our latest medium blog featuring a fascinating Q&A with Kristian Rönn, CEO and Co-Founder of our portfolio company Normative.io.
✅ The latest episode of our ‘Sustainability Talks’ podcast featuring an in-depth discussion with James Arbib, Founder of RethinkX.
✅ Our managing partners Patrick Sheehan & Rob Genieser contribute to Real Deals Media’s 500th issue, GP Workshop: How to appeal to LPs.
Plus, some exciting updates from our portfolio companies:
✅ Intigriti announce that a new set of bug bounties was launched on their platform by the European Commission’s Open-Source Programme Office.
✅ Tomorrow rated the best Banking App in Germany by IT Finanzmagazin.
✅ Wirepas and their partnership with @Intrex featured on Stacey Higginbotham’s IoT news of the week!
✅ DeepSea Technologies Co-founder & CEO Roberto Coustas talks to TradeWinds for a thought-provoking conversation on why now is the time to adopt AI and true vessel optimisation.
✅ Basemark contribute significantly to developing new ground-breaking AR applications of BMW Group’s new iX.
✅ ELeather CEO John Kennedy talks to BusinessCloud about the immediate action required to capitalise on the diplomatic gains produced by global events such as COP26 – UN Climate Change Conference.
✅ Eagle Genomics recognised as one of the UK’s leading organisations transforming the global genomics industry.
✅ The Modern Milkman share their 2021 Impact Report which covers all the key highlights from 2021 as well as commitments for the future.
Read our February round up in full HERE.