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[Funding alert] Hexa Secures €20M for Launching 30 Startups Annually by 2030

Hexa Secures €20M for Launching 30 Startups Annually by 2030. Currently launching around six companies per year, this investment will accelerate their efforts, empowering even more entrepreneurs to create outstanding companies.
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Hexa Secures €20M for Launching 30 Startups Annually by 2030. Currently launching around six companies per year, this investment will accelerate their efforts, empowering even more entrepreneurs to create outstanding companies.

This funding isn’t just about quantity; it’s about diversity too. Building on their established presence in the future of work, web3, and fintech, this funding will enable them to branch into exciting new territories like AI, health, climate, education, proptech, agritech, and cybersecurity – and more.

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With this latest €20 million funding, their first since 2016, they will be able scale up significantly, increasing from an average of 4 startups per year to an ambitious 30 by 2030. Their investors, are a mix of entrepreneurs and supportive family offices, they all share their vision for long-term, company building.

This funding round includes investors who are not just backers but also part of the Hexa family. These entrepreneurs, having embarked on their own successful journeys with Hexa, are now eager to support the next wave of innovation. Among them are individuals like Luc Pallavidino of Yousign, Adrien Van Den Branden from Canyon, Paul Vidal of Collective, and Arnaud Schwartz of Marble.

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About Hexa

Founded as eFounders in 2011, Hexa initially concentrated on B2B software in the ‘future of work’ sector. Since then, they have successfully diversified into fintech, web3 (with Florent Quinti) and kept our historic “future of work” expertise with eFounders now led by Matthieu Vaxelaire.

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Now, they were on the cusp of exploring new sectors like healthtech and AI (coming very soon to you!) as well as other verticals such as climate, education, proptech, agritech, cybersecurity – and beyond.

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