Passion Capital

Passion Capital is an early stage venture capital firm based in London established in 2011.

Passion Capital is a partnership of entrepreneurs and operators applying their experiences to helping founders and early-stage teams build great digital media/technology companies. It was started by Stefan Glaenzer (now gone), Eileen Burbidge and Robert Dighero.

They have been personally involved in the largest European technology exits of the past decade, including the biggest exits of the year for 4 of the past 10 years by market value (Ricardo.de acquired by QXL, Skype purchased by Ebay, Last.fm acquired by CBS, and QXL/Tradus acquired by Naspers) and want to be involved in many more.

They believe that the critical differentiator and key asset of a successful business is the passion and ability of its founders.

They are committed to fostering an ecosystem of technology, collaboration and executional excellence in Europe. 

Highlights:

  • Number of Funds: 2
  • Number of Investments: 140
  • Number of Diversity Investments: 5
  • Number of Exits : 10
  • Number of Current Team Members: 10

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