Der aktuelle Hauptkapitalgeber der Samwer-Brüder, die schwedische Beteiligungsgesellschaft Kinnevik, hat heute morgen ihren neuen Samwer Report Quartalsbericht veröffentlicht.
"During the third quarter, Kinnevik signed agreements to make direct investments totaling SEK 843 m (ca. EUR 93 m, eigene Umrechnung) in Rocket's portfolio companies.
The investments comprise both newly started companies as well as additional financing to existing companies as the online retailing companies Dafiti in Brazil and Lamoda in Russia, as well as in Glossybox, a company that provides services for beauty products.
Kinnevik has also signed an agreement for direct investment in Möbel Profi, a company that was started in 2009 to conduct e-commerce in furniture, with an initial focus on the German market.
During the third quarter, the additional funding of Zalando was finalised. Zalando started its operation in 2009 and over the past 12 months has launched online stores in Netherlands, France, the United Kingdom, Austria, Italy and Switzerland. The company intends to continue its expansion geographically and through increasing its range of footwear, fashion and accessoires."
Die Bewertung von Zalando soll zuletzt bei über 1 Mrd. Euro gelegen haben. Kinnevik hat im Jahr 2011 bisher knapp 225 Mio. Euro in Samwer-Startups investiert, knapp die Hälfte davon in die Zimmervermittlung Wimdu.
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