- Arts Alliance Ventures is a London based venture capital firm founded in 1996 by Thomas Hoegh.
- They are a venture capital organisation supporting a growing network of entrepreneurs.
About Arts Alliance
The firm focuses on film, online marketing, advertising, media, entertainment, and technology sectors in Europe. The firm offers advisory and invests in early-stage and late-stage ventures. The notable investment portfolio of Arts Alliance Ventures includes Aprila, Growth Street, Growth Street, Kenshoo, MyTutor, people.io, Spoonshot, SwiftComply, Tails.com, We Are Pop Up, etc…
Arts Alliance have a “hands on approach” to investment and provide both creative talent and strategic advice to Portfolio Companies in the technology and services, and communications sectors. Unlike a lot of venture capitalists, Arts Alliance aren’t held to fund lifetimes. This means that they have the freedom to be committed supporters of their companies in the long term.
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Arts Alliance Portfolio
Arts Alliance has made a total of 38 investments since its foundation in 1996. Their most recent investment was on July 30, 2019, when Spoonshot, a developer of a personal discovery platform used to replicate human cognition in the food domain, raised $400K in a pre-seed funding round.
Arts Alliance has had a total of 7 exits. Arts Alliance’s most notable exits include Teads.tv, a company that outstreams video advertising and the leading native video advertising marketplace, Daylife, a cloud-based media platform offering digital media management tools and content feeds to publishers and brand marketers, and Aperto Networks, a firm that manufacture highly versatile and cost-effective carrier-grade WiMAX forum cerified infrastructure equipment.