KOMPAS is a specialist early-stage venture capital firm with offices in Amsterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen, and Tel Aviv. We back B2B hardware and software companies and invest €1.0 – 5.0m from Seed to Series B across Europe, Israel, and the US. We have an extensive industry network and our Platform team works with our portfolio companies, LPs and industry partners to accelerate value creation.

We back innovative and scalable technology solutions that reduce emissions, increase productivity, and strengthen business resilience in the built environment an the manufacturing industry. We solve key innovation challenges by partnering closely with industry leaders to identify, validate and scale cutting-edge technology solutions.

KOMPAS VC launched its first €135m fund in 2021 and has completed 17 investments to date. To find out more, please visit www.kompas.vc

“A robust climate tech ecosystem is essential because tackling climate change demands a concerted effort from all sectors of society. By uniting startups, investors, policymakers, and the business community, we can foster innovation, drive sustainable economic growth, and create solutions that mitigate environmental impact. This collaborative approach will not only enhance our technological capabilities but also ensure that our progress supports a healthier planet for future generations.”

Andreas Winter-Extra, Partner

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