Report on investment in Startups in Spain 2018-2019

  • Classified in alphabetical order, the report structures and details the information of each fund.

The newspaper El Referente launches through its English magazine, StartupsReal, the platform’s first paid report, which analyzes the evolution of investment in Spain over the last three years (2016 to 2018). The report also identifies and thoroughly details the 100 most active Spanish investment funds and investors in recent years.

A 120-page report, which involved meticulous research work after three months of structuring, contact and verification of information and has a price of 100 Euro per download. A new business model for the newspaper, which is committed to quality paid content of great value to the Spanish entrepreneurial ecosystem, seeking to provide value to entrepreneurs seeking to approach the main investors in Spain.

The first part of this report (20 first pages) has several editorial articles that personalities in the sector such as Javier Megías, José del Barrio or the newspaper El Referente José Torrego, in addition to a detailed analysis of the 25 most relevant investment rounds in recent years (2016 to 2018), the analysis of the evolution of investment in Spain (always rising until reaching €1,200 million in 2018) and the importance of foreign investment in Spain last year.


But really the most elaborate part of the report is the identification of the 100 most active investors in Spain in 2018, where venture capital, business angel networks, equity crowdfunding platforms and other Spanish investment vehicles are brought together.

Classified in alphabetical order, the report structures and details the information of each fund, as well as its description, investments, those in charge of each fund and the characteristics of each one of them (address, city, contact email, social networks, investment specialty, size of the fund, investment ranges, geographical preference, type of vehicle, investment phase and a long list of specific content of each investor).

In short, it is the most complete report prepared in Spain on investment funds and other relevant investors of the Spanish entrepreneurial ecosystem and startups. This is a very useful document for entrepreneurs who want to carry out rounds, for investors who want to know all their competitors in depth and want to analyze the evolution of Spain in terms of investment in recent years.


The 100 funds and investors included in the report are as follows: 101 Startups, 15k Angels, 4FoundersCapital, ABAC Nest, Ad4Ventures – Mediaset, Adara Ventures, All Iron Ventures, Angel Club, Angels Capital, Arcano Partners, Athos Capital, Axon Partners, B4Motion, Be Able Capital, Bewater Funds, Big Ban Angels, Big Sur Necotium, Bloomium, Bonsai Ventures Capital , Booster Ventures, Bullnet Capital, Cabiedes & Partners, Caixa Capital Risc, Capital Cell, Capitana Venture Partners, Cardumen Capital, Cemex Ventures, Civeta Investment, Clave Mayor, Conexo Ventures, Creas, Crowdcube, , Daruan Venture Capital, Demium Ventures, Easo Ventures, Encomenda Venture Capital, ESADE BAN, Faraday Venture Partners, Fellow Funders, Finaves, Fintech Ventures, Fundación Bankinter, Gate93, Gala Ventures, Génesis Ventures, Idodi Venture Capital, Idun Inversiones, IESE, Innocells Sabadell, Intelectium Ventures, Inveready, JME Ventures, K-Fund, Kibo Ventures, La Bolsa Social, Lanai Partners, Lanta Digital Ventures, Lanzame Capital, Making Ideas Business, Media Digital Ventures, Mundi Ventures, Nauta Capital, Nekko Capital, Nero Ventures, Next Chance Invest, Nuclio Venture Builder, Ona Capital, Origen Ventures, Palladium Corporate Ventures, Pao Capital, Pinama Inversiones, Qualitas Partners, Repsol Energy Ventures, Ricari Sabadell Venture Capital, Samaipata, Santander Innoventures, Seaya Ventures, Seed CDC, Seed Sindicates, Ship2B – Impact Equity BF, Smartech Capital, Sociosinversores, Sputnik inversions, Startupxplore, Swanlaab Venture Factory, TartecFund, Tartesos Ventures, Telefónica Innovation Investments, Telefónica Ventures, THCAP, The Crowd Angel, TheVentureCity, Turtle Capital, Viriditas Ventures and Yara Ventures.

Download the full report here.