Polish fund Carlson ASI EVIG Alfa invests €630k in three startups
13 February, 2023, 13:49
Carlson ASI EVIG Alfa, a Polish fund from the Carlson group, has announced investments in three new startups. The group of over 40 portfolio companies of the fund is now joined by AI_Seller, Connect4KIDS, and True Moves, MamStartup informs.
- Founded in 2019 by Dawid Wesołowski and Łukasz Marczuk, Carlson ASI EVIG Alfa is a VC fund investing in pre-seed, seed-stage startups in the fields of AI/ML, ICT, IoT, medtech, fintech, and cleantech. The fund is part of the Carlson group.
“Our three new investments prove that we are one of the most dynamic and active VC funds in Poland. Despite high competition, we are still able to find innovative Polish solutions and developm initiatives with great potential for commercial success,”Dawid Wesołowski, managing partner of Carlson ASI EVIG Alfa, comments.
The fund invested in three companies AI_Seller, Connect4KIDS, and True Moves:
- AI_Seller is a project that uses the possibilities of machine learning to support sales in the e-commerce medium. The app allows B2B customers — e-commerce stores and marketplace platforms — to receive predictions based on current sales data, indicating in real time which products, at what price, and in which medium are currently worth offering to customers.
- Connect4KIDS aims to create a comprehensive solution to diagnose and forecast the development of posture defects in children. It also supports teachers and trainers in choosing the right exercises for posture correction.
- True Moves is working on a solution for classic watches lovers who want to have access to the functionalities offered by smartwatches or smartbands. Its integrated module can provide functions like communication through a mobile phone, physical activity monitoring, contactless payments, and GPS.
The total value of the joined investments in the startups amounted to €630,000 (PLN 3 million).