Bloomhaus is a Swiss venture capital firm focused on empowering game-changing tech startups in Central Europe to flourish globally and to create a more sustainable tomorrow. 

We provide fertile ground for ambitious early-stage B2B tech startups that offer unique solutions based on transformative technologies such as AI, robotics, and blockchain in three verticals: CleanTech, IndustryTech, and Digitalization. 

Drawing on our expertise as entrepreneurs, technologists and investors, we support entrepreneurs and pioneers by offering resources, access to our network, debt and equity financing, and expertise. Our holistic, yet flexible investment approach allows us to focus on lasting achievements, without timing constraints. 

We foster an ecosystem and put startups into the spotlight. We nurture an environment of mutual respect and assist startups in scaling their organization efficiently – helping them identify proven operational tools and partners, whether in Switzerland, Germany, Silicon Valley or globally.

We believe that technology startups have the potential to solve some of the world’s biggest challenges. These challenges cannot be solved alone. They require great partners. That is why we empower startups to flourish globally and to create a more sustainable tomorrow. 

Pascal Stürchler, Founder and Managing Director

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