Stephen Weich supports eCAPITAL as new Venture PartnereCAPITAL NEWS
Dr. Stephen Weich studied business administration at the Westphalian Wilhelms University in Münster and earned his doctorate at the Institute for Accounting and Auditing there. After holding positions at Roland Berger and Ernst & Young, he became CFO and later CEO at flaschenpost SE in 2016. Stephen Weich played a key role in building up the Münster-based company and, as CEO, successfully led the takeover by the Oetker Group and the subsequent post-merger integration with Durstexpress. At the end of 2021, Stephen Weich has left flaschenpost to take on new professional challenges. Among other things, he has also been active as a business angel for some time.
I decided to take on this new role as a venture partner at eCAPITAL because I want to focus on impact investments after the exciting time at flaschenpost. The successful portfolio of the eCAPITAL team, with whom I have been exchanging ideas for a long time, offers numerous starting points here.
Dr. Stephen Weich, Venture Partner, eCAPITAL AG
We are very pleased that with Stephen Weich we can expand the circle of our venture partners with an experienced entrepreneur. We are sure that with his support we will be able to further expand and develop our portfolio successfully. In addition, his special expertise in scaling business models makes him a valuable contact for our young entrepreneurs.
Dr. Paul-Josef Patt, Managing Partner, eCAPITAL AG
Founded in 1999, eCAPITAL is an entrepreneur-led venture capital investor focusing on early- and growth-stage deep-tech companies with a positive impact on society. eCAPITAL is based in Germany and invests with its own funds with a total volume of over € 280 million in the areas of Sustainability, Enterprise Software, Cybersecurity, IoT and New Materials. In addition to financial resources, eCAPITAL offers its portfolio companies strategic support and access to an international network of entrepreneurs, scientists, investors and founders and was lead investor in various deep-tech companies such as sonnen, Novaled or Jedox, which were sold very successfully to international strategists or investors.