Dutch venture capital firm HenQ today announced the launch of its third fund, HenQ III, with a value of 50 million euro. The team expects to finance up to 20 companies, focussing on B2B software startups.
So called qualifier companies will be supported with a seed investment between 100.000 and 500.000 euro. If a startup proves itself successful, follow-up financing can lead up to 10 million euro.
The fund will be managed by HenQ founders Herman Hintzen and Coen van Duiven, as well as Floris van Alkemade from Solid Ventures – who joined the team to set up this third fund.
HenQ previously invested in successful companies like Mendix and SEOshop and had exits with Wakoopa and Videostrip. Their current portfolio consists of startups like Studytube, Monolith and Housing Anywhere.