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“Florian is like an additional co-founder—no matter what the issue is, I can always count on him to help. He opens doors I didn’t even know existed.”
“I am very glad to invest through Sanno and support them by making my network and expertise available.”
Florian Moerth has helped founders get their businesses off the ground ever since 2011, when he joined the Global Venture Development Team of incubator Rocket Internet. Soon afterwards, he started as Chief of Staff and Managing Director for the DACH region to Ian Osborne (Hedosophia) in London. During this time Florian Moerth has worked with some of the most admired companies like Alibaba, Uber and many more.
In 2014, in the wake of his investment in Alibaba, Florian set up Old Bond Capital – since 2020, known as Sanno Capital. At an early stage of his independent entrepreneurship, he invested in Oscar Health, a technology-based insurance company. Beyond this, Florian Moerth has made further investments, spearheaded financing rounds and provided corporate support, for example for Oura, an innovative wearables company, or Konux, which helps maintain large-scale technical infrastructure using AI-powered predictions.
Following his time with Ian Osborne, Florian Moerth was Chief of Staff to Thomas Ebeling, Chairmen & CEO of ProSiebenSat.1 AG - at the time one of the largest independent media groups in Europe. Thereby, he was responsible for building up a new company division with a focus on sustainable and digital healthcare, especially for the elderly population.
During his career, Florian has advised some of the most prominent opinion formers in tech and media and is highly regarded for his capability and network. Outside his work at Sanno Capital, he also facilitates a cookery program for socially disadvantaged children in Munich and is a member of World Economic Global Shapers, an organization born out of the World Economic Forum (WEF) that supports projects making a positive impact on the local community. He is also a member of the Milken Institute’s Young Leaders Circle (YLC)