Amsterdam-based Airbridge Equity Partners (Airbridge), a technology-focused investment firm, has announced the completion of its second fund, AEP-II, securing €63M in capital commitments.
Airbridge aims to explore new opportunities, foster impactful partnerships, and contribute to the evolving tech ecosystem.
Airbridge’s first fund — AEP-I, was exclusively internally funded. However, for the first time, the investment firm has welcomed several external Limited Partners (LPs) to invest in AEP-II.
According to Airbridge, some of these newcomers are founders of companies previously funded by Airbridge through its first fund.
Investing in tech-driven innovation
Founded in 2017, Airbridge focuses its investment strategy on forging partnerships with ambitious management teams, deploying strategic capital, and utilising deep sector knowledge.
The firm supports these companies in their growth, valuing strategic thinking and recognising that progress often follows non-linear paths.
“Our capital and expertise come in the form of early-stage and growth-stage equity, follow-on expansion capital, or venture debt, offering the ability to service a full CAP table over time. We focus on scalable, technology-driven companies in the digital landscape,” adds Airbridge.
The firm targets companies with competitive positions in B2B or B2C value chains within growing markets and a long-term outlook. Airbridge’s initial ticket sizes range from €1M to €5M, showcasing flexibility and a commitment to long-term engagement.
In 2023, Airbridge invested in Honey Sales, delphai and We Are Eves.