New horizons for European Tech Growth & Asia

Next Global Tech Leaders will be European
We back founders in their Growth towards Asia

Dedicated to the emergence of Global Champions from Europe

With offices in Paris, London and Seoul, our mission is to broaden the horizons of the European technology by providing leading startups with capital for growth and access to Asian markets.

Our strong ties with NAVER Corporation, South Korea’s leading Internet company, together with our network in Asia offer our portfolio much more than just capital.

We back the most ambitious founders in their journey to build global technology champions by sharing our passion, experience and market reach.

Founded in 2016 by Fleur Pellerin, former French Minister of Digital Economy and Culture, Korelya Capital is an investment platform with over EUR 300 million under management

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Believing in Tech driven social progress & Global Impact

We believe the Tech revolution will improve people’s lives by changing the way we work, move, learn and buy.

We think VC funds can have a positive impact on Environmental, Social, and Governance issues.

We believe that the European Tech is in a very good momentum and that the next Tech Leaders will be European.

We push the agenda of fair international tax, digital sovereignty and a same level playing field in the digital industry.

Backing Europe's leading visionary companies

Advocates of a sustainable Tech ecosystem.

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Since the late 1980s, concerns for sustainable development have gradually emerged in public international law and in national legal systems. Large organizations are now accountable for their social and environmental footprint.

While legal and statutory obligations today almost exclusively concern large corporations and listed companies, it seemed inconceivable for Korelya to stay apart from this irreversible movement of accountability, for both ethical and economic reasons. We believe companies embracing the societal and environmental challenges will drive more value creation in the long term.

That is why we chose to set ambitious yet realistic goals, with an action plan designed to be enriched over time and consisting of several steps in line with Korelya Capital’s growth.

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Vestiaire Collective raises $64.2 million for its second-hand fashion platform

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