Eastern Europe Gets A New Venture Fund In Fiedler Capital

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Central and Eastern Europe has got a new venture fund in Fiedler Capital.

Headed up by managing partners Robert Hegedüs and Jordan Bocskov, the new seed and early-stage venture capital firm is looking to invest up to €250,000 in startups from Central and Eastern Europe and the Baltics. It’s headquartered in Vienna, Austria, but also has operations in Budapest, Hungary. They are looking to eventually raise a large €50 million fund.

Right now they are looking to collaborate with organizations that assist entrepreneurs and startups in the CEE and Baltic regions, so get in touch if that fits your bill.

A spokesman said that for mid- to long-term purposes it’s looking to bring over companies to the UK, though not to London but to the much cheaper Birmingham, UK, working alongside the University of Birmingham.