News & Blog

24 June 2021 Pathfinder invests in Portside
15 June 2021
Booste raises PLN 54 million and begins global expansion Our portfolio fintech company Booste has raised PLN 54 million in Series A founding round and has launched in three new markets: the UK, Ireland and the Netherlands.
1 June 2021
Pathfinder invests in chat commerce Gizmi.io is the first chat commerce platform in Poland to turn popular messaging apps into shops, allowing online entrepreneurs and influencers to sell directly from within the app. The startup was created as part of the Tar Heel Capital Pathfinder venture building ecosystem.
31 May 2021
Woodpecker.co set to debut on the WSE Woodpecker.co, a company offering a smart tool supporting communication in the sales process, goes public. This is the third company in our portfolio to debut on the Warsaw Stock Exchange.
10 May 2021
StreamCards raises PLN 2 million to revolutionise the world of esports streaming In 2020, more than 435 million people watched esports events. The popularity of esports tournaments keeps increasing, but for spectators it has been a passive form of entertainment - until now. That is because StreamCards, a start-up revolutionising the interaction of viewers with esports streams, is coming into the market. The company’s development is supported by Tar Heel Capital Pathfinder venture-building fund and has raised over PLN 2 million from external investors.
25 April 2021
Another company in Pathfinder’s portfolio floated on NewConnect Gamivo, a trading platform for games and digital goods, debuted on the alternative market operated by the WSE.
22 April 2021
Shortcut #3: creator economy, trzy ciekawe raporty i kilka inwestycji Shortcut, odcinek trzeci. Piszemy w nim m.in. dużo o creator economy i polecamy kilka raportów, które sami pochłonęliśmy w całości.
12 April 2021
Data Platform for Esports and Gaming, GRID, Secures USD 10M Series A GRID Esports, a platform providing real-time in-game data from gaming matches and tournaments, has announced the completion of a USD 10 million Series A round of funding. The round includes leading investors in the gaming, iGaming and tech industry. GRID was co-founded by Tar Heel Capital Pathfinder, who remains one of the main shareholders.