The K Fund family keeps growing: welcome Lolita Taub!

(In Spanish)

We are K Fund, a €50 million early stage Venture Capital firm based in Madrid that’s looking to back the best and brightest Spanish entrepreneurs, wherever they might be. We truly believe in the Spanish tech ecosystem and we’re here to make it bigger as a whole.

If you have an interesting project or startup that fits our investment criteria, please let us know using our contact form or emailing us at info@kfund.vc.

At K Fund we like to be surrounded by people who are more intelligent and more clever than us, because we believe that’s the way to improve both professionally and personally and to be better at what we do.

That’s why we’ve built a team with very diverse backgrounds, a network of operating partners that we will disclose in the near future and that’s also one of the reasons why we’ve brought on board Ramón Egea, who helps our portfolio companies recruit great talent and build amazing teams.

Despite being both happy and proud of what’ve achieved until this point, we continue to look for ways to improve.

Lolita Taub is our more recent hire. Lolita worked for more than 7 years at IBM and Cisco’s sales teams, and prior to moving to Madrid she was a member of the founding team of Glassbreakers as well as its VP of sales.

Since the very first day she joined us, she showed great interesting in learning more about the ins and outs of the Venture Capital industry, and we’re supper happy to have her on our team.

“K Fund’s approach towards transparency and helping the tech ecosystem evolved was appealing from the start”, she says. “What convinced me to come work with them was, in the end, the team. They are open, fun and always looking to grow”.

We believe Lolita will help us a lot as a team and also our portfolio companies when it comes to building, improving and scaling sales teams.

“When Lolita contacted us we didn’t have any doubts about her joining K Fund. She’s the kind of people that we want to have around to help our companies and ourselves”, says Iñaki Arrola.

Welcome Lolita!

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