Rosemont Group Capital Partners invests in early stage Internet and enterprise start-ups globally. Our approach to identifying and supporting our portfolio companies generates distinctive competitive advantages for our companies. We seek the most dynamic entrepreneurs as partners and co-invest alongside some of the most renowned Seed and Series A investors.
Our focus is on early stage technology businesses, with ambitious founders and unique approaches. We invest between $100,000 to $1M into companies with the potential to disrupt huge industries, and the ambition to scale globally.
We ourselves operate like a start-up, and through our own experiences, global network and sector expertise support entrepreneurs to build and grow their own businesses.
We are living in extraordinarily pivotal times, as the world moves rapidly from an analog to a totally digital society. The age of mobile is upon us, legacy businesses are being disrupted, information has engulfed our world and has become the new gold, with that has come the gold rush!
The massively falling costs of starting a technology company have created a market for VC’s and investors alike, to invest in promising technology start-ups. Our aim is to work closely in realising the dreams of the entrepreneurs and visionaries we select and of course, to make a return on our investment.
Chief Executive Officer
Freddie Achom is Chief Executive Officer of Rosemont Group Capital Partners and oversees the deployment of early and growth stage capital in a wide rage of enterprise start-ups within the digital technology space.
He is a notable entrepreneur and investor, who resides in the UK and France. He provides his experience, insight and expertise to Rosemont Group Capital Partners, which identifies, supports and invests in innovative entrepreneurs, early stage Internet and enterprise start-ups globally.
Freddie Achom is also the Founder and Chairman of Rosemont Group, an international private investment group of companies focused on financial services, luxury goods and services, hospitality, renewable energy and digital technology. It is headquartered in London with international offices in New York and Mumbai.
His business career began in the mid-1990s where he held several mid to senior level positions in the financial services and sales sector at Stratton Capital (New York and London) and Oldfield’s PLC. Managing in excess £180 million in transactions over five years before embarking on his own as a partner at City Business Partners; a corporate finance boutique and business development consultancy, which was sold to the UK firm EGC just three years after it was founded.
In 2013, Freddie was recognised in the JP Morgan-sponsored Power List, as one of the 100 most influential Britons of African and Caribbean heritage, for his achievements in business. In 2010 and 2011, he was listed in the London Evening Standard as one of the 1,000 Most Influential Londoners.