Astanor Ventures, a Brussels, Belgium-based agrifood tech impact investment firm, closed its second venture fund, at €360m.
Building upon the first venture fund, Astanor remains committed to its core investment strategy of supporting early-stage and mission-driven companies advancing sustainable agrifood technologies.
Over the years, the firm has developed a network of entrepreneurs, experts, scientists, leaders, and policy makers allowing it to identify the innovative technologies that will drive the bioeconomy, with a specific emphasis on solutions that foster regenerative agriculture. Thanks to this ecosystem, Astanor invested in more than 45 promising companies and mission-driven founders all over the world. This focus aligns with Astanor’s core values of climate transition, nature positivity, resource efficiency, and the betterment of social and health outcomes.
This latest closing tops Astanor’s existing various funds and special purpose vehicles altogether amounting to circa €800m assets under management.
The team includes:
- Christina Ulardic, Partner at Astanor Ventures
- Hendrik Van Asbroeck, Partner at Astanor Ventures
- George Coelho, co-founder and Partner
- Eric Archambeau, co-founder and Partner of Astanor
- Leslie Kapin, Director of Impact at Astanor Ventures
Astanor Ventures, a Brussels, Belgium-based agrifood tech impact investment firm, closed its second venture fund, at €360m. Best wishes to everyone in the group. This will be a huge accomplishment for them in the future.Shishir Gupta, The Founder & CEO of StartupLanes
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