Hexa, a forward-thinking startup studio, has recently announced a significant financial milestone, securing €20m in funding.
This investment marks a new chapter for Hexa, currently known for launching approximately six companies annually. The fresh capital injection is poised to supercharge their startup creation rate, aiming to launch 30 startups annually by 2030.
This €20 million funding round, the first since 2016, will catalyze Hexa’s growth and diversification. With a portfolio already spanning the future of work, web3, and FinTech sectors, this investment will empower Hexa to venture into new territories, including AI, health, climate, education, proptech, agritech, and cybersecurity. The company’s strategy is not just focused on quantity but also on diversifying its presence across various cutting-edge industries.
The investors in this round comprise a blend of entrepreneurs and family offices, all unified in their belief in Hexa’s vision for long-term, sustainable company building. Notably, this round features investors who are part of the Hexa family, such as Luc Pallavidino of Yousign, Adrien Van Den Branden from Canyon, Paul Vidal of Collective, and Arnaud Schwartz of Marble.
Founded in 2011 as eFounders, Hexa initially concentrated on B2B software in the future of work sector. Under its new identity, Hexa has expanded its focus, successfully diversifying into FinTech and web3. With this fresh capital, Hexa is eager to explore new sectors like healthtech and AI, among others.
To accommodate its ambitious growth plans, Hexa is relocating to La Cristallerie, a new office space in the heart of Paris. This move is more than a change of location; it represents Hexa’s commitment to building a vibrant entrepreneurial community and scaling its operations to match its bold objectives.
Since its inception, Hexa has launched over 40 companies, with notable successes like Front, Aircall, Spendesk, Swan, and Yousign, reaching a combined valuation of $4.5bn and creating over 2600 jobs.
Keep up with all the latest FinTech news here.
Copyright © 2023 FinTech Global