Jörg Sperling returns to Target Partners as Venture Partner
MUNICH, July 10, 2019-- VC Target Partners today welcomed Jörg Sperling back to the firm part-time as a Venture Partner after having been in the same role between 2007 and 2009. He focuses on deep tech and B2B software.
Jörg has been active in leading roles in the Private Equity and VC industry for almost two decades. His track record includes successful exits via NASDAQ IPOs and LSE listings in addition to numerous trade sales. Before returning to Munich in 2003, he was active as a VC in Silicon Valley (Ridgewood Capital and Infineon Ventures).
Jörg has also worked in leading global sales roles for several semiconductor companies in Europe and the US. Earlier, Jörg worked as a researcher in the field of semiconductors at the Technion in Israel and at AT&T Bell Laboratories in the USA. Jörg has a degree in Electrical Engineering from RWTH Aachen.
“I’m glad to be back in early stage technology investing and look forward to supporting the Target Partners team!”, said Jörg Sperling, new Venture Partner at Target Partners.
“Jörg brings his deep experience as a technology investor and his very extensive network to the firm. We are delighted to welcome him back!”, said Kurt Müller, Partner at Target Partners.
About Target Partners
With €300 million under management, Target Partners is one of the leading early-stage venture capital firms in Germany. Target Partners invests in seed and early-stage technology companies and supports them with venture capital during their build-out and expansion phases. With many years of experience as managers, entrepreneurs and venture capital investors, the team at Target Partners supports entrepreneurs in developing and marketing products and services, building organizations, raising money and taking companies public in Europe and the United States. For more details: targetpartners.de and twitter.com/targetpartners.
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