Croatia succeeded with the highest total investments raised in the Adria region.
An absolute winner in terms of raised capital in the Adria region.
Rimac Group and Infobip are the first to receive significant investments in a single round, reaching new heights in the Adria region.
From startups to unicorns: the impressive rise of Rimac Group and Infobip.
by capital type
by capital type
VCs have established dominance in both the number of deals made and the total value invested.
PE executed only two deals, but each was substantial in size.
Unfortunately, our dataset regarding the potential governmental investment activity in Croatia is incomplete. While governments typically make smaller investments, their support is vital for the success of each tech ecosystem.
Are they hiding or need extra encouragement to become more active?
A breakdown of investments by different investment rounds
Croatian tech companies that have raised capital operate in 17 different industries.
In terms of total investment value raised, the enterprise software industry takes the lead with a substantial 40%, followed by transportation at 37% and fintech at 7%.
The figures display the number of companies categorized by their primary business model (below) and their primary industry of operation (on the right).
Lead investors come from three different regions.
The table presents the % of the invested value and the % of companies receiving investments categorized by the legal seat of the lead investors.
Croatian tech companies locate their legal seats in three different regions.
The table presents the % of tech companies and the % of investment value received categorized by their legal seat.
Unicorn is a tech company that exceeds a valuation of $1B.
Driving force behind the continuous progress and growth of the tech ecosystem
Creating high-paying jobs and spurring the development of related industries and technologies.
Attracting more investors and encouraging further investment in the tech ecosystem.
Disseminating knowledge, expertise, and best practices with both individuals and institutions.