Kiko Ventures

We’ve set out to tackle the world’s most pressing challenge with an approach to venture that’s fit for purpose as well as profit. An approach that marries financial returns with environmental impact and aligns our incentives with the entrepreneurs we invest in.

By deploying permanent capital that provides the flexibility and freedom to invest with conviction across every stage and sector, we back businesses and breakthroughs that will support the return to a regenerative world, moving towards a future in which people and the planet can thrive in perpetuity.

We’ve been launched by IP Group, whose strong track record of finding, funding and fuelling innovation enables us to combine entrepreneurial agility with institutional capability to create new possibilities for a regenerative world.

“The climate tech industry is facing major structural challenges. Whether it is sensible regulation of individual sectors, creating awareness with consumers and business, or developing fit-for-purpose financing structures, we will only solve this topics by working together as one ecosystem.

Dr. Arne Morteani, Founding Partner

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