Digital Horizon, a London, UK-based venture fund and venture builder investment firm, has launched its second venture fund with a target volume of $200m.
The first fund, which opened in 2019, is completing the investment stage and has so far returned 40% per annum to investors. Its portfolio contains more than 20 companies including Klarna, team management platform Monday.com, data streaming platform Ably, retail analytics platform Trax and InsureTech companies Cuvva and Obligo.
Digital Horizon’s new fund will hold a specific focus on the fintech and corporate software sectors adopting a multi-stage approach and investing in companies at all stages of the startup cycle, with with Asian markets targeted as well as Europe and Israel.
Led by Alan Vaksman, the Founder and Managing Partner, the firm is particularly focused on startups founded by passionate immigrant entrepreneurs with a clear vision and strategy.