Hoxton Ventures ‘hungry’ for Irish start-ups
$40 million fund is continually looking for investment opportunities here
Early-stage venture capital fund Hoxton Ventures is “hungry” to invest in Irish start-ups, according to its venture partner, Dylan Collins.
Collins, a successful entrepreneur in his own right, said the $40 million fund is continually looking for investment opportunities in Ireland.
Hoxton Ventures has invested in companies including DarkTrace, a security provider whose product is based on the human immune system, and food delivery service Deliveroo. Its average initial investment is nearly €890,000.
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