Semantix has received growth capital investment from CRESCERA INV & Inovabra Ventures
Semantix has received growth capital investment from CRESCERA INVESTIMENTOS and Inovabra Ventures.
Founded in 2010, Semantix is the leading open-source enterprise solutions in Latin America. With an agnostic approach, the company focuses on big data, business analytics, internet of things, artificial intelligence and machine learning. It offers proprietary and third party products. Semantix has offices in Brazil, Colombia and Mexico, as well as three data labs in Brazilian universities.
CRESCERA INVESTIMENTOS is an independent asset management firm focused on private equity and venture capital with approximately US$560 million of assets under management. Founded by professionals with extensive background in the Brazilian financial markets, CRESCERA has a strong track record of creating value for entrepreneurs, business owners and investors alike.
inovabra Ventures is the financial services arm of Banco Bradesco S.A. specializing in direct and fund of fund investments. Within direct investments it specializes in seed, early venture, and startup investments. Within fund of funds investments, it invests in other venture capital funds and corporate venture capital funds.
Oaklins' team in Brazil acted as financial advisor to Semantix's shareholders in this transaction.
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