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Sofina began in 1898 as Société Financière de Transport et d’Entreprises Industrielles, an engineering conglomerate in Belgium. In the late 1960s, Sofina changed course to become an investment company. As a holding company, its major investments lie in the consumer goods, energy, and distribution sectors, with stakes in companies like Danone and communications satellite operator SES. It has also been involved in various venture capital investment activities, both as an LP to other VCs and as a VC itself, running the Sofina Growth portfolio. The Sofina Growth portfolio spans a wide range of sectors and geographies, from China to Southeast Asia, with investments in notable companies like Zilingo, Byju’s and Kopi Kenangan.

Verlinvest is the investment diversification vehicle of the de Spoelberch family, the Belgian noble house, which founded the AB InBev beverage conglomerate. Founded in 1995, it currently manages over €1.6bn in assets across multiple geographies, including Europe, India, Southeast Asia and Latin America. Aside from investing in various F&B brands like Vita Coco (coconut water), F&B Asia (which operates various restaurant franchise brands in Southeast Asia) and Glaceau Vitamin Water, it has also backed e-commerce businesses like Global Fashion Group and Lazada, as well as Indian edtech platform Byju’s. 

Since his graduation in Lisbon as a computer engineer in 1999, Nuno Rodrigues has worked as a software engineer, solutions architect and business transformation manager for various companies including Amdocs, Vodafone, Hewlett-Packard, Zapp, Jazztel and CGI-AMS. His diverse roles led him to work overseas in Poland, Belgium, Germany and the Czech Republic.In May 2015, Rodrigues joined his wife and Doinn co-founder Noelia Novella to focus on building the housekeeping services platform as CIO and chief product officer. Since 2016, he has also been working as a lead business support system analyst for Belgian telco Telenet.

Krakakoa empowers and supports farmers to become master craftsmen in their trade, creating the exceptional cacao beans that go into our chocolate.

Bryan McEire was born in Costa Rica but spent most of his life in Spain and Belgium. The CTO of Spotahome has computer and software engineering degrees from Universidad Autonoma de Madrid and Université Libre de Bruxelles.Together with CEO Artacho, McEire tried to raise funds for Spotahome during the early days. However, investors were not interested and both went separate ways for a while. Artacho returned from London and approached McEire to revive Spotahome with new audiovisual viewings by home checkers. He had previously worked in the business intelligence, infrastructure and real estate sectors.

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