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International Venture Capital Firm

Atomico is a growth stage international investment firm, focused on disruptive technology companies with the potential to scale globally, no matter where they come from. Founded by Niklas Zennström, the co-founder of Skype, it has teams in London, Beijing, São Paulo, Istanbul and Tokyo. It has so far made more than 50 investments on three continents such as Supercell, Rovio, Jawbone, Truecaller, Klarna and Skype.

Their latest fund, Atomico III, closed at $476 million.
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  • MasterClass declined to disclose its new valuation, but said that its valuation is higher than $800 million.
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