Jacob Fellman

Jacob Fellman

Vice President

Jacob joined NGP Capital's European investment team in 2018. Before joining NGP Capital, Jacob worked in investment banking at Deutsche Bank in London, where he focused on M&A and capital market transactions.

At NGP Capital, Jacob focuses primarily on investment opportunities within the Smart Mobility theme, which includes mobility & travel, logistics, and supply chain. In addition to his thematic focus, Jacob is driven to find the next generation of disruptive companies that are solving clear customer problems and alleviating user friction. Jacob is part of the Clue, eGym, Getaround, Lifesum, NILT, and Shippeo deal teams.

Outside of the office, Jacob enjoys skiing, spending time in the Finnish archipelago, and playing tennis (although at a frustratingly mediocre level). Jacob holds a Master’s degree in Finance from Hanken School of Economics in Helsinki.



    Investment year
      • Shippeo
      • Company: Shippeo
      • Description: Supply-chain visibility platform
      • Theme: Smart Mobility
      • Investment year: 2020
      Shippeo Shippeo
      Smart Mobility
      Supply-chain visibility platform
      Shippeo, the European leader in supply chain visibility, helps leading supply chains leverage transportation to deliver exceptional customer service and achieve operational excellence. Its real-time transport visibility platform provides shippers, carriers and end-customers with instant tracking and predictive ETAs for every delivery, allowing them to quickly identify problems and proactively alert end-customers before they are impacted.
      • Getaround
      • Company: Getaround
      • Description: Car-sharing and rental service
      • Theme: Smart Mobility
      • Investment year: 2019
      Getaround Getaround
      Smart Mobility
      Car-sharing and rental service
      Getaround empowers people to instantly rent and drive great cars shared by people in their city. In 2019, Getaround acquired Drivy, a Paris-headquartered car-sharing startup and 2016 NGP Capital investment.
      • eGym
      • Company: eGym
      • Description: Digital fitness technology
      • Theme: Other
      • Investment year: 2018
      eGym eGym
      Digital fitness technology
      eGym develops the latest concepts for the organization of the training floors in fitness facilities and health-based institutions, like physiotherapy practices. eGym provides the full product range for the digital value creation: “Intelligent” fully electronic power machines in combination with the eGym Trainer and Fitness Apps. With eGym ONE, eGym offers a rapidly increasing Open Cloud Platform to connect all major fitness manufacturers, and enables its vision of the connected gym to come to life.The eGym Corporate Wellness Market Place leverages the gyms for decreasing health care costs.
      • NIL Technology
      • Company: NIL Technology
      • Description: Nanopatterning and nanoimprint lithography
      • Theme: Mobile Technologies
      • Investment year: 2018
      NIL Technology NIL Technology
      Mobile Technologies
      Nanopatterning and nanoimprint lithography
      NIL Technology ApS (NILT) has since 2006 served customers globally with nano-structuring solutions. NILT is offering state-of-the-art manufacturing maters as well as masters supporting R&D. In addition, NILT is offering high volume manufacturing solutions of nano-structured parts and components. NILT is serving customers across many replication technologies from nanoimprinting, embossing, replication, roll printing to injection moulding.
      • Lifesum
      • Company: Lifesum
      • Description: Digital health app
      • Theme: Other
      • Investment year: 2016
      Lifesum Lifesum
      Digital health app
      Lifesum is a Swedish digital health startup with the vision to make people healthier and happier by using applied psychology and technology. Founded in 2013 with headquarters in central Stockholm, the company is growing fast and was selected by Wired UK as one of Stockholm's 10 hottest startups.



    Exit year
      • Drivy
      • Company: Drivy
      • Theme: Smart Mobility
      • Description: Car rental marketplace
      • Region: Europe
      • Exit year: 2019
      Drivy Drivy
      Smart Mobility
      Car rental marketplace
      Drivy is the leading car rental marketplace in Europe. The service allows its users to rent people’s cars everywhere within walking distance of home whenever they need one: whether it is to go away for a weekend, attend a business meeting or organise a move. Drivy provides a full mobile experience, from booking a car to check-in and check-out. Drivy’s ambition is to make car rental much more efficient than personal car ownership. The company was acquired by Getaround 2019.