- July 26, 2016
Series A Adds Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners, Hewlett Packard Pathfinder, Maverick Ventures to existing investors Sequoia Capital and Shlomo Kramer; Funding Driving Aggressive Product Expansion and Market Penetration.
With the new funding, the company will be expanding their research and development, sales and marketing positions to more effectively meet demand from customers and partners.
- May 5, 2016
Vonage Holdings Corp. (NYSE: VG) has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire privately-held Nexmo, Inc., a global leader in the Communications Platform as a Service ("CPaaS") segment of the Cloud Communications market, for $230 million in cash and stock. Nexmo is the world's second largest CPaaS company as measured by revenues. This acquisition accelerates Vonage's growth strategy, deepens the Company's technology capability and elevates its leadership position in Cloud Communications.
- April 4, 2016Jack Young Joins DTCP as Partner, Head of Venture Capital – Investment management group expands U.S. operations with new office on Sand Hill Road
Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners (DTCP) today announced Jack Young has joined as the firm’s Partner in charge of global venture operations.
In his new role at DTCP, Young leads global venture investment with a team of investors covering Europe, U.S. and Israel. He will be directly sourcing and making investments in the U.S.
- February 29, 2016
Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners (DTCP) led a $13.5M Series B investment round in Replay Technologies to support the company’s development of next-generation, multi-dimensional video imaging technologies.
DTCP’s investment in Replay Technologies underlines the potential growth of Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality.
- October 28, 2015
Deutsche Telekom today launched Deutsche Telekom Strategic Investments (DTSI), a new unit designed to streamline and accelerate investment in technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) innovation.
DTSI is the natural evolution of T-Venture, Deutsche Telekom’s strategic venture capital group. Founded in 1997, with a cumulative budget volume of over 750 million Euro, T-Venture is one of the largest corporate venture funds in the technology industry.
- October 8, 2015
DocuSign’s amazing appetite for capital does not appear to be waning. The electronic signature powerhouse, with operations in Seattle and San Francisco, today announced that Deutsche Telekom has joined the company’s large list of venture capital backers.
DocuSign previously commanded a $3 billion valuation, making it one of the so-called “unicorn” companies.
Deutsche Telekom has sold 13.2 million shares of Scout24 AG at the IPO executed yesterday at a price of EUR 30 per share, for total gross proceeds of around EUR 400 million.
Overall, Deutsche Telekom has, to date, obtained proceeds of EUR 2.1 billion out of the sale of Scout24 stakes.
Deutsche Telekom has concluded an agreement with Ströer SE for the sale of the online platform t-online.de and the digital marketing company InteractiveMedia CCSP GmbH.
With net revenue of EUR 721 million in the 2014 financial year, Ströer is one of the largest marketers of out-of-home and online advertising in Germany.
- November 11, 2014
The venture capital fund T-Venture, established in 1998, will be closed to new investments but the team will remain on board and continue to manage the existing portfolio. New investments will be executed through Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners.
As a hybrid fund, DTCP combines the strengths of a large corporate group with the speed and expertise of an investment fund.