Investors in Retail Technology

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Two Sigma Ventures

Two Sigma Ventures, LP is a venture capital firm specializing in making investments in innovative companies at early stage and various stages of growth that harness technology, science, computing, mathematics or data to tackle problems in a new way. The firm invests in companies that utilize technologies and competencies in which Two Sigma Investments, LLC has expertise. Two Sigma Ventures is based in New York, New York. It operates as a subsidiary of Two Sigma Investments, LLC.
Made 12 investments in Retail Technology


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.
Made 14 investments in Retail Technology

Sequoia Capital

Sequoia Capital Global Equities extends Sequoia Capital’s technology investing efforts into the public markets. SCGE currently manages over $7 billion and invests in companies across the global technology, media, and telecommunications (TMT) sectors, primarily focusing on software, internet, financial technology, and technology-enabled consumer businesses. The firm’s portfolio consists of concentrated, long-term investments in leading companies across the world. While the majority of the portfolio is comprised of public companies, SCGE also partners with entrepreneurs through late-stage private crossover investments, often investing alongside Sequoia Growth funds. The firm’s private portfolio includes emerging leaders in the United States, China, India, Brazil, Korea, and Israel. As these private companies become public, SCGE grows the partnership with additional investments at the IPO and beyond.
Made 15 investments in Retail Technology

IMM Investment

IMM Investment Corp. is a private equity and venture capital firm specializing in mezzanine investments. It focuses on mergers and acquisitions, venture capital investing, corporate restructuring, private equity investing, industry consolidation, management buyouts, spin-offs, recapitalizations, and cross-border investments. Within mergers and acquisitions, the firm invests in strategic mergers, growth through acquisitions, going public via a reverse merger, and strategic divestures. For recapitalizations, it targets family owned enterprise considering whole or partial exit and balance sheet restructuring. The firm also co-invests in buyout transactions. For its growth stage investments, it allocates 20 percent to startups, 40 percent to expansion, and 40 percent to mezzanine. The firm targets companies operating in information technology infrastructure, wireless communications entertainment and contents, franchising, cement, software, electricity, food and beverage, machinery, game software, chemical, paper manufacture, and automobile parts industries. For industries concentration, it sets 40 percent to information technology infrastructure focusing on security, application service provider, and e-commerce solutions; 30 percent to contents, focusing on education, game, and animation; and 30 percent to digital hardware focusing on network and communications equipment, semiconductor, parts and others. The firm also invests in infrastructure, environment, manufacturing, enzyme, biotechnology, and healthcare sectors. It also makes secondary investments. The firm primarily invests in South Korean medium-sized companies located in Seoul, Gyeonggi, Daegu, Gyeongsangbuk-do, and Chungcheongbuk-do. It prefers to take an active role in management. IMM Investment Corp. was founded in July 1999 and is based in Seoul, South Korea.
Made 4 investments in Retail Technology

Index Ventures

Index Ventures is a venture capital firm specializing in seed stage, very-early stage, expansion, early stage, mid stage, late stage, and growth stage start-ups, series A, and series B rounds. It makes investments in information technology with a focus on communications, security, applications and services media, social networks, big data, security, fashion, e-commerce, semiconductors, water purification, B2B commerce, SaaS, open source, networking, enabling platform, components and EDA, consumer and internet infrastructure, enterprise software, software, mobile software, bitcoin, gaming, and wireless, and cloud computing; life sciences and healthcare with a focus on healthcare infrastructure, antibodies, molecule drugs, drug discovery, drug development, screening and diagnostics and medical devices; education; commerce; marketplace; financial services, and payment; branded consumer products ; green technology; biotechnology; clean technology; financial technology; and therapeutic companies with a focus on cardiovascular, respiratory, oncology, CNS, immunology, and inflammation. The firm seeks to invest in Europe with a focus on Poland, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany, France, Spain, Netherlands, Switzerland, Sweden, Denmark, Berlin, London, and Stockholm; Ireland; Israel, with a focus on Tel Aviv; and United States with a focus on New York city and San Francisco. The firm can co-invest with local venture capitalists outside of Europe. The firm typically invests between €0.05 million ($0.069 million) and $72.61 million and can sometime invest as little as $500,000 in seed rounds. It may also invest $1 million or $2 million in very-early stages. The firm seeks to invest between $5 million and $20 million in a company over the life of an investment. It targets investments in companies having sales between $21.78 million and $29.04 million. The firm seeks to take a minority stake, have a board seat, and does not seek control its portfolio companies through ownership. It also invests into rounds for companies already in its portfolio but still young. Index Ventures was founded in 1996 and is based in Geneva, Switzerland with additional offices in San Francisco, California; London, United Kingdom; and St. Helier, Channel Islands.
Made 9 investments in Retail Technology


PRYTEK is a global investment and technology transfer platform with focuses of investing into the core technology companies in Fintech, Cybersecurity, AI, Education, HR, Retail & E-commerce. PRYTEK holding shall become the digital transformation hub where corporates can find core SaaS technologies from all over the world with no alternatives in their local market
Made 2 investments in Retail Technology

Dream Incubator

Dream Incubator, Inc. is a venture capital and private equity firm specializing in incubation and investments in all business stages. It seeks to invest in Japan and Vietnam including other part of Asia. The firm offers assistance in formulating capital policies and business plans to venture companies, as well as provides support required to meet the needs of companies in hi-tech and IT fields. Dream Incubator, Inc. was founded in 2000 and is based in Tokyo, Japan, with additional offices in China, Singapore and Vietnam.
Made 4 investments in Retail Technology

August Equity

They focus on industries which are changing and evolving rapidly, often driven by factors such as changes in demographics, regulation, the need for the state to seek efficiencies and the continuing trend towards outsourcing. Our investment horizon is long-term and predicated on evaluating market and industrial trends. Industries that we are currently interested in include healthcare, social care, education services, IT managed and outsourced services industries.
Made 3 investments in Retail Technology

YFM Equity Partners

YFM Equity Partners LLP is a venture capital and private equity firm specializing in investments in growth capital, recapitalization, development, expansion, management buy outs, and management buyins. The firm seeks to invest in mid and late venture, mature, and emerging growth companies. It seeks to invest in firms which are not involved in primary industries. The firm invests in small and medium sized entrepreneurs (SMEs) and companies across a range of sectors and has a particular interest in energy, materials, manufacturing, consumer staples, consumer electronics, healthcare, financials, business services, information technology, telecommunications, utility, software and services, internet, computer hardware, computers and peripherals, electronic equipments, instruments and components, retail roll-outs, utilities, consumer brands, and companies with proprietary technology. It seeks to invest in companies based in United Kingdom including; South-West, Yorkshire with a focus on North Yorkshire; South Yorkshire; West Yorkshire, Somerset, Wiltshire, Humberside, and North Lincolnshire. The firm also seeks to invest in North West region with a focus on England including Cheshire, Cornwall, Cumbria, Devon, Dorset, Gloucestershire, Greater London, Greater Manchester, Lancashire, and Merseyside. It also invests in the United States. It seeks to invest between £0.1 million ($0.19 million) and £10 million ($14.51 million) of equity in companies with sales value between £5 million ($0.19 million) and €50 million ($71.36 million). The firm seeks to provide £10 million ($16.13 million) for late stage and buyout investments. It seeks to take Board membership in its portfolio company. The firm prefers to hold majority stake. It seeks to exit its investments within five years through sale or listing. YFM Equity Partners Limited was founded in 1982 and is based in Leeds, United Kingdom with additional offices in London, Birmingham, Manchester, and Sheffield in United Kingdom.
Made 4 investments in Retail Technology

General Catalyst

GC is a venture capital firm that makes early-stage and transformational investments. It is an eclectic bunch with distinct interests and a healthy dose of respect and admiration for one another. Their support for founders transcends geography, sector, stage and investment lead and includes GC-powered platforms like Rough Draft Ventures, their student founder-focused program, Executives in Residence (XIR's) and the Velocity Network that connects enterprise companies with customers.
Made 7 investments in Retail Technology