Eudemian Ventures Closes $10M Maiden Fund

Eudemian Ventures

Eudemian Ventures, a San Francisco, CA- and Munich, Germany-based venture capital firm, closed its $10M debut venture capital fund to support early-stage, U.S.-based software startups.

The fund is backed by a community of family office limited partners with an interest in software, including prominent names on both sides of the Atlantic like Martin Alexander and Eva Schoeller at Schoeller Group and Mark Silverman at Silverman Family Holdings.

Founded in 2018 by Raoul Felix Maier, who has over 20 years of experience as venture investor, entrepreneur and former management consultant, previously co-leading the Technology Practice and startup initiatives at Kearney, a global management consulting firm, Eudemian Ventures is an early-stage venture capital firm which has to date invested in 12 startups with a current total enterprise value of $1.8 billion.

To help startups build and scale, the team has access to multiple of the world’s top management consulting platforms to provide its founders with customers, partners, channels and top-tier talent, both in North America and in Europe.

Enabled by a scout-based sourcing and a rigorous screening and due diligence process, Eudemian’s initial portfolio includes investments in GRIN, most recently valued at $910m, Tinycare and AdQuick.