With three unicorns under its belt, Hoxton Ventures outs ~$100M second fund

Hoxton Ventures, the London-based early-stage VC firm best known for backing British unicorns Babylon Health, Darktrace and Deliveroo, is announcing its second fund, which has closed at a little less than $100 million.
That’s more than twice the size of the firm’s $40 million debut fund back in 2013, when new VCs setting up shop in Europe were still seen as a novelty. How the ecosystem has blossomed since then.
Founded by Rob Kniaz and Hussein Kanji — Fidelity and Accel alums, respectively — and joined last year by new partner and chief operating officer Rob Ludwig, Hoxton’s self-proclaimed strategy is, and always has been, to seek out startups that can scale globally into “large, category-defining leaders” in nascent industries. It is sector-agnostic and typically invests between $500,000 and $5 million into pre-seed, seed and Series A stage.
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