We believe that the best solutions are created when disruptive ideas meet the right resources. As Henkel's corporate venture capital arm, we offer access to a vast network spanning all areas of the manufacturing industry. Individually, we find out what support is needed to help startups grow in the best possible way with us.
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Henkel invests in technology start-up ioTech
Henkel Adhesive Technologies strengthens its capabilities for innovative electronics solutions by investing in ioTech, a UK-based start-up with an R&D footprint in Israel. ioTech has developed a disruptive Continuous Laser Assisted Deposition (C.L.A.D.) technology that enables the further miniaturization of a variety of applications in the electronics industry. With the investment, Henkel aims to drive synergies between its customer demands and its material solutions, laser jetted with ioTech´s disruptive technology.
Henkel invests in technology start-up Feelit
Henkel Adhesive Technologies strengthens its capabilities for maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) solutions by investing in Feelit, Haifa, Israel. The start-up has developed a unique sensor technology for predictive maintenance for various applications in manufacturing. With the investment Henkel aims to further expand its leading MRO portfolio for its broad customer base in industrial markets.
Henkel invests in recycling startup Saperatec
Henkel is reinforcing its commitment for the development of a circular economy by investing in the recycling specialist Saperatec. The startup company has developed an innovative, patented technology that among others allows the separation and recycling of flexible packaging that contains aluminum foil.
Henkel invests in US cleaning products start-up Truman’s
Henkel is further expanding its expertise in innovative and sustainable household products while at the same time gaining insights in a promising direct-to-consumer business model: Henkel under the umbrella of Henkel Ventures is investing in the US cleaning products start-up Truman’s, based in Louisville, Kentucky, which offers cleaners that utilize refillable bottles and concentrate cartridges to reduce plastic.
Henkel invests in the start-ups youtiful and Purish
Henkel further strengthens its expertise in digital go-to-market models by investing in the two Beauty Care start-ups youtiful and Purish. The investments under the umbrella of Henkel Ventures are a perfect fit in line with the company’s strategic priority to accelerate digitalization and will help Henkel gain valuable insights into key beauty trends and new digital business models.
Henkel invests into Partech global seed fund
Henkel takes another step in expanding its venture capital activities combined under the umbrella of Henkel Ventures: The company committed to invest into the Partech Entrepreneur Fund III managed by Partech. Through partnering with the fund, Henkel’s consumer businesses – Beauty Care and Laundry & Home Care – will gain further insights into new digital technologies, services and applications.
Henkel invests into specialist circular economy fund
Supporting Henkel’s progress in sustainability, the company closed the investment into Circularity European Growth Fund I LP, an impact fund managed by Circularity Capital. With the investment of 5 million pounds, Henkel is taking another step in expanding the company’s venture capital activities while further promoting a circular economy.