Investors in Internet of Things

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Rockstart

A Rockstart Accelerator is an intensive startup program that helps entrepreneurs take their companies from early traction to the global market in 6 months. It provides investment, office space, highly specialized knowledge, and access to a broad network of international mentors, partners and investors. During this program, the startups enroll in 30+ workshops on Lean Startup, Growth Strategies, Fundraising, Sales, PR & Marketing, Team & Personal development, Legal & Finance and more. After 100 days the entrepreneurs present their companies to investors, partners, entrepreneurs and industry journalists in Demo Day. Finally, in a month-long program in Silicon Valley startups expand their international network and learn from the world’s leading tech scene.
KG
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Made 12 investments in Internet of Things

Insight Venture Partners

Insight Partners is the most trusted scale-up firm in the software industry. Their team of industry-leading experts partner with companies to drive extraordinary success that is fueled by know-how, grit, and hands-on collaboration. Founded in 1995, Insight currently has over $20 billion of assets under management and has cumulatively invested in more than 300 companies worldwide. Across their people and their portfolio, they encourage a culture around a core belief: growth equals opportunity.
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Made 13 investments in Internet of Things

SOSV

SOSV is venture capital firm and an accelerator specializing in technology startups. The firm also specializes in seed, early venture, growth capital, venture and growth-stage funding to disruptive startups. The firm typically invests in information technology with a focus on hardware, software, leap motion, sales and biotechnology, telecommunications, energy efficiency technology, energy, green energy, medical devices, transportation, robotics, internet, and social media; it also invests in the food sector. It seeks to invest globally with a focus on United States, Europe, and Asia including China. The firm typically invests between $0.01 million and $0.05 million and offers a two-four month program in exchange for equity. The firm prefers to invest as the lead investor. SOSV was founded in 1995 and is based in Princeton, New Jearsey with additional offices in United States of America, Europe, and Asia.
+12
Made 41 investments in Internet of Things

Techstars

The Techstars Dubai Accelerator in partnership with GINCO is expanding Techstars’ presence in the Middle East. GINCO is a full service general contracting firm, covering the full lifecycle of the construction process from concept to execution and supervision. Dubai is known for their leadership in technology innovation. Pioneering entrepreneurs leading innovative companies solving challenges in transportation, construction, wellness, IoT, robotics, & beyond should apply, no matter your location.
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Made 37 investments in Internet of Things

SoftBank

The SoftBank Group is a global technology player that aspires to drive the Information Revolution. The SoftBank Group is comprised of the holding company SoftBank Group Corp. and its global portfolio of companies, which includes advanced telecommunications, internet services, AI, smart robotics, IoT and clean energy technology providers. In September 2016, Arm Holdings plc, the world's leading semiconductor IP company, joined the SoftBank Group. In May 2017, the SoftBank Vision Fund, which invests globally in the businesses and technologies that will enable the next stage of the Information Revolution, had its first major close with over USD 93 billion in committed capital.
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Made 15 investments in Internet of Things

Elemental Excelerator

Elemental Excelerator helps startups change the world, one community at a time. Each year, it finds 15-20 companies that best fit its mission and funds each company up to $1 million to improve systems that impact people's lives: energy, mobility, water, agriculture, and beyond. To date, it has awarded over $30 million to 82 companies.
LT
Made 9 investments in Internet of Things

Spiral Capital

Spiral Ventures Pte Ltd. formerly IMJ Investment Partners Pte. Ltd. is the venture capital arm of IMJ Corporation specializing in seed, early, and growth stage investments. It primarily invests in mobile, internet and software companies in Southeast Asia, Japan, and the United States. IMJ Investment Partners Pte. Ltd. was founded on February 1, 2013 and is based in Singapore with offices in Jakarta, Indonesia and Tokyo, Japan.
RH
Made 6 investments in Internet of Things

Momenta Ventures

Digital Industry Growth Partners. As deep industry and technology practitioners, we advise, place executive talent for, and invest in digital industry leaders and disruptors to accelerate time-to-value. Our global team of 25+ have led connected companies and business lines at IBM, GE Digital, PTC, Syngenta, ThingWorx and others. Since 2012, we’ve been advisors to the largest Industrial IoT transactions, placed over 200 leaders, and invested behind 30 disruptors, including exits to SAP and PTC.
+12
Made 21 investments in Internet of Things

Bpifrance

Bpifrance assists companies, booting up the listing on the stock exchange, credit equity. Bpifrance includes OSEO , CDC Entreprises , FSI and FSI Regions to offer in your area of financial solutions at every stage of the life of your business. These companies will be made ​​to Bpifrance after the General Meeting of 12 July 2013. They become the same day, first Bpifrance Finance (ex- SLA ) and secondly Bpifrance I nvestment (comprising CDC Entreprises , FSI and FSI regions ). CDC Entreprises, FSI and FSI Regions will be in the second half, after obtaining social and regulatory approvals, merged into one management company: Bpifrance Investment. The role of Bpifrance is to support the financing of the French economy.
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Made 25 investments in Internet of Things

Brinc

Brinc Accelerator of Accelerators focuses is developing and operating training programs around China for existing and new incubator, accelerator, and investment companies. Brinc’s AOA business model is to provide fee-based training to incubators, accelerators, and investment companies then tie up longer-term relationships through accelerator associations and obtain equity alignment with their startups and programs. Ultimately, Brinc’s goal is to help improve the quality of startups in China and to generate more opportunities for follow-on investment through future funds that are brought online and through syndication through China’s venture capital ecosystem, which is one of the fastest growing/largest in the world.
Made 24 investments in Internet of Things
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