Concrete VC, a PropTech start-up fund founded to identify and support the most promising PropTech companies, is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Angelica Donati, CEO of Donati Immobiliare Group.
Angelica joins Concrete VC as their second venture partner, bringing extensive knowledge of the industry as a PropTech founder and CEO of Donati Immobiliare Group. She also brings over 12 years’ experience working in finance, real estate, construction and PropTech.
“I am delighted to bring my knowledge and experience to Concrete VC, supporting other start-ups at the forefront of the PropTech industry. As Co-founder of a PropTech start-up, I’m happy to be given the opportunity to use my own experience to aid their understanding of the complexities and challenges start-ups within this sector face”.
Commenting on Angelica Donati’s appointment, Taylor Wescoatt, Partner at Concrete VC has said, “We are thrilled to be partnering with Angelica, an industry influencer and early innovator in PropTech. Angelica brings insight in both PropTech and the wider real estate sector making her a brilliant fit for our platform as we expand our reach in Europe.”
Concrete VC is a PropTech venture launched in 2016 in partnership with Starwood Capital Group, JLL and Seedcamp. The company was founded to meet the growing need for seed and Series A investment within the PropTech sector. Since launching, the company has already invested in ten companies, including Hubble, Beagle and homie which have now raised more than $50million. Supported by their founding partners, Concrete VC has also established strategic alliances with global leaders in real estate including: Lockton Insurance, Hammerson, Fora, SEGRO, Clifford Chance and Leonard by VINCI.
Donati Immobiliare Group is an Italian-born international developer, builder-developer and investment company. The company operates in Italy, the U.K. and the US, with a primary focus on the Rome, London and New York markets. Asset classes range from residential to commercial, and the company handpicks its projects based on the best fit for the local market.