Van Campen Liem has assisted Koinz in its series seed financing round led by Tinder founder Justin Mateen with participation of 4DX Ventures.
Koinz operates in Saudi Arabia, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates and builds technology tools that empower restaurants to increase revenue through rewarding and data-driven interactions with their customer base.
Justin Mateen has been actively investing in startups across the world for years, but it is the first time he has led the financing round of a startup in the Middle East.
4DX Ventures is a US based VC fund focused on early-stage African tech companies.
The Van Campen Liem team included Saman Sadeghi, Tom Mitchell, Ilona van den Bergh and Ruby Pickup.
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Van Campen Liem advised Südpack in connection with the acquisition of LPF Flexible Packaging B.V. (“LPF”) from the Clondalkin Group.
Since 2005, LPF was part of the Clondalkin Group, which is owned by Dutch private equity investor Egeria since 2016. LPF’s key competencies include the development and production of printed and unprinted duplex and tri-plexpackaging laminates, which provide highest product protection and prolonged shelf life for the most demanding applications. LPF mainly serves the packaging markets for food, pharmaceutical and technical products. Its customers include globally leading brands.
In addition to extensive product and industry expertise, LPF has extensive R&D and business development resources to support its strategy. Moreover, the company has a high quality base of machinery and infrastructure and is well-invested and supported by a highly skilled technical department. To ensure operational effectiveness, LPF’s processes are optimized for the production of high-quality laminated films.
The Van Campen Liem team consisted of Cees Kersten, Pepijn van Egmond, Martina Priekaar and Lotte Smit.