A team of Entrepreneurs
& early stage Investors.

We are venture builders. We are dedicated to systematically producing new companies, which we help grow and succeed. We work for founders, investors or corporations in venture-building-as-a-service model. We invest+advice and receive shares in exchange for the added value that we provide. Our current and past portfolio companies come from disruptive digital economy sector, marketing+ communications, renewables, diagnostics & mobility. Actual projects-in-the-making are located in Poland, Canada and Malta. We engage in close partnerships. Our services include investor roadshows with key experiences in raising capital from $250k to $5m from alternative investment funds.

Entrepreneurial DNA

On the journey to finance
& mentor empowered businesses.

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“ONEX Capital was shortlisted for the annual CEE M&A Awards. The awards celebrate the outstanding efforts and achievements of all those involved in identifying and completing the important deals, which have the potential to change the fate of industries throughout the region.”
“Our extensive network of contacts shall help you to position your business, start or enhance marketing and sales. With offices in Warsaw and Toronto we can
leverage your project and offer outstanding conditions for exponential growth".

Dedicated Expertise

Open-minded professionals, delivering solid, tangible results just in time.

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Recent News Stories

Anna Miller
ONEX Capital shortlisted for the prestigious award next to renowned market leaders

Onex Capital VC fund shortlisted for the first annual CEE M&A Awards. The M&A Awards celebrate the outstanding efforts of professionals involved in completing the important deals.

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Anna Miller
There are some US-based investors currently looking at CEE markets

The CEE deal-market landscape is absolutely dominated by PE/VC funds that have been gaining momentum while some major corporate dealmakers have taken a rather wait-and-see approach, as political confidence in the region weakens.

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