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Launched in 1996, Index Ventures has offices in Geneva, Switzerland, London, Jersey, and San Francisco. It invests in both technology and healthcare. Its extensive tech portfolio includes Asos, BetFair, Facebook, Etsy, and Just Eat.
ImactHub Zurich offers inspiring infrastructure, incubation programs for startups, coaching, and entrepreneurial leadership training, and workshops. The network is comprised of more than 50 hubs across the world, with more than 7000 members, from London and Amsterdam to Johannesburg, Singapore, and San Francisco, being a place for entrepreneurs from different sectors and industries to gather and foster collaboration.
German VC fund Holtzbrinck, founded in 2000, describes itself as "one of the leading independent European early stage funds." Notable investments include Zalando, Groupon, and Delivery Hero.
EBAN: The European Trade Association for Business Angels, Seed Funds and Early Stage Market Players EBAN (European Business Angel Network) is the pan-European representative for the early stage investor community, gathering 197 member organisations in 59 countries today. Established in 1999 by a group of pioneer angel networks in Europe with the collaboration of the European Commission and EURADA, EBAN represents a sector estimated to invest 6,1 billion Euros a year and playing a vital role in Europe’s future, notably in the funding of SMEs.
Rocket Internet is a behemothic startup factory based in Germany. Led by the Samwer brothers, the public company both incubates startups and invests in them across Europe and the rest of the world, including Delivery Hero and HelloFresh.
The Internet of Things is often cited as the next disruptive revolution tech, with 50 billion connected devices expected by 2020. The StartupBootcamp Accelator for the Internet of Things wants to find companies at the cutting edge of this emerging field. The programme offers extensive mentorship from over 100 mentors, from industry-leading companies like Intel, Yahoo, Cisco, Telefonica, Facebook & Oracle, office space in the Barcelona-based startup hub, €405k+ in partner services, and exposure to over 200 top VCs and Angel Investors.
Y-Start is a public technology incubator within one of the first technology parks, Y-Parc, that supports the growth of business ideas from all sectors of the industry, fostering diversity and promoting new technologies. The incubator provides infrastructure, coaching services, workshops and mentoring for two years as well as expertise and support from their partners, Innovaud, and CTI Startup.