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|| Russian investment firm acquired stake in Finland startup for $4 million

ifarm russian investorRussian investment firm IMI.VC and a consortium invested $4 million in iFarm, a Finland based startup in the field of agri-tech.

Founded in 2017, iFarm is a solution provider of indoor farming. At the first China Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition, the company won the Third Place of Sustainable Development and Environmental Protection and in 2019 was in the list of top European AgTech startups.

IMI.VC is a Russian investment firm founded in 2011. Igor Matsanyuk, the founder of the company is an Internet entrepreneur. The company has invested in more than 40 innovative companies. The fundrising round was led by Gagarin Capital and besides IMI.VC, includes other firms like Matrix Capital, Impulse VC and several business angels.

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