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Aérophile

Description

Manufacturer of tethered gas balloons. The company designs and develops tethered gas balloons which can be used as a totem, a billboard or an amusement ride.

1993

Founded

PRIVATE

Status

1-10

Employees

Later Stage VC

Latest Deal Type

$5.53M

Latest Deal Amount

$13.2M

Total Amount Raised

Description

Manufacturer of tethered gas balloons. The company designs and develops tethered gas balloons which can be used as a totem, a billboard or an amusement ride.

Website:

www.aerophile.com

Ownership Status

Privately held (backing)

Financing Status

Venture Capital-Backed

Primary Industry

Other Commercial Products

Primary Office

106 avenue Felix Faure 75015 ParisFrance +33 (0)1 40 60 40 90
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Aérophile Valuation and Funding

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Aérophile Investors (4)

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Investor NameInvestor TypeHoldingInvestor SinceParticipating RoundsBoard
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123 Investment ManagersAsset ManagerMinority000 0000000 0000
Entrepreneur VenturePE/BuyoutMinority000 0000000 0000
IDInvest PartnersPE/BuyoutMinority000 0000000 0000
Isatis CapitalAsset ManagerMinority000 0000000 0000
123 Investment Managers Asset Manager
Entrepreneur Venture PE/Buyout
IDInvest Partners PE/Buyout
Isatis Capital Asset Manager

Aérophile Executive Team (5)

NameTitleBoard
Seat
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Matthieu GobbiChief Executive Officer & Co-Founder
Jarame GiacomoniPresident & Co-Founder
Arnaud PerrinDirector, Operations
Michael TaylorChief Pilot and Head of Maintenance
Sylvie GaffetFinancial Management
Matthieu Gobbi Chief Executive Officer & Co-Founder
Jarame Giacomoni President & Co-Founder
Arnaud Perrin Director, Operations
Michael Taylor Chief Pilot and Head of Maintenance
Sylvie Gaffet Financial Management
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