Orange Ventures has been spun off into an independent venture firm with an extra $426m from its former parent company, and added Mathieu de La Rochefoucauld as managing partner.
France-based mobile network operator Orange has spun off its corporate venturing arm, Orange Ventures, and hired Mathieu de La Rochefoucauld as managing partner of the now independent firm. Orange has committed an additional €350m ($426m) to Orange Ventures, which since September 2019 has been run by president and managing partner Jérôme Berger. Berger said: “Our wish…
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