Wolfenbüttel, 02 September 2020. M-Venture – the innovation and investment unit of the spirits manufacturer Mast-Jägermeister SE – is investing alongside Heartcore Capital in Soundboks, a young company from Copenhagen whose Bluetooth performance speakers amplify music driven experiences anywhere – from festival campgrounds to the slopes to living rooms and back yards around the world.
With the global COVID-19 lockdown impacting the livelihood of millions employed and passionately doing their jobs in clubs, bars and nightlife-related creative industries, family-owned Mast-Jägermeister SE starts a diverse global initiative. The goal of #SAVETHENIGHT is to support both sides of the global nightlife community: those who need direct help for their living and those who need to stay home instead flocking to clubs and bars to hang out with their friends, having a good time.
M-Venture and Taste Tours announce new partnership.
Wolfenbüttel/Camberly, June 2019. Effective 1 August 2019, Michael Cleary will take on the role of Managing Director at Mast-Jägermeister UK.
After garnering attention for its investment in the Hamburg-based gin manufacturer Gin Sul and start-up company ArtNight, M-Venture confirms its first global tech-investment.
Mast-Jägermeister SE continued its international growth track in 2018. Sales increased by 5 percent for a total of 7.5 million 9-litre cases (2017: 7.2 million).
Mast-Jägermeister SE entered a new agreement with longstanding distribution partner Rémy Cointreau regarding the acquisition of the latter company’s distribution units in the Czech Republic and in Slovakia.
After getting attention for its investment in the Hamburg gin manufacturer Gin Sul, M-Venture is now officially up and running to meet the start-up community.
Mast-Jägermeister SE became a shareholder in GIN SUL on 1 July 2018. This move gives the distillery in Hamburg’s Altona district, founded in 2014 by Stephan Garbe, access to a strong partner with global presence and success.
Mast-Jägermeister SE continued its growth trend for the Jägermeister brand once again in 2017. With 92.4 million 0.7-litre bottles (7.2m 9-litre cases) sold world-wide, the company achieved a global increase of about one million bottles compared to the previous year.