StarWind Software started its life after Round A of investments from ABRT Fund in the late 2008 as a spin-off from Rocket Division Software founded in the early 2003. In 2014, StarWind closed Round B from Almaz Capital, ABRT Fund, and AVentures.

ABRT Venture Fund

About ABRT Venture Fund

ABRT is an international venture capital and private equity fund focused on startup and expansion stage investments as well as buyouts of high-growth software, internet and technology-enabled companies. ABRT is highly selective and deeply analytical in making investments, with an emphasis on business fundamentals, financial performance and operating strategy. With a team-oriented approach and a strong operating expertise, ABRT has been committed to helping its portfolio companies become global market leaders since 2005.
Almaz Capital

About Almaz Capital

Founded in 2008, Almaz Capital operates with a proven bridge business model focused on early and expansion stage venture investments in high-growth tech sectors including enterprise and cloud computing, mobile, internet infrastructure and services, data storage and management, and ecommerce. The Fund’s investors include Cisco, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), and International Finance Corporation (IFC). The following companies are among Almaz Capital’s realized exits over the last three years: Qik, acquired by Skype in 2011; Yandex, IPO 2011; and Vyatta, acquired by Brocade in 2012.
AVenture Capital

About AVentures Capital

AVentures Capital is a leading early stage venture firm focused on growing businesses in Ukraine and CEE. Via its in-house Corporate fund, AVentures has since 2000 successfully co-founded and financed more than ten companies with total revenues exceeding US $1B. The firm’s investment experience ranges across a variety of sectors, including retail, information technology, telecom, high tech, clean tech, real estate and others.

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