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The venture capital arm of semiconductor and telecom equipment giant Qualcomm is a San-Diego investor focusing on VR, robotics, IoT, cloud and digital health companies in the US, Europe, Israel, China, Korea and India.

With offices in UK's capital city London and Herzliya in Israel, Entrée Capital is led by Avi Eyal, a serial entrepreneur behind eight companies across South Africa, Europe and the US. The firm invests in companies at all stages and manages total assets worth $300m globally.

Maniv Mobility is an Israel-based venture capitalist firm, focused mainly on mobility, automotive, transportation and logistic solutions. The fund is backed by venture arms of BMW, Hyundai, LG Electronics, the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance, Shell and Valeo amongst others. Headquartered in Isreal, in Tel Aviv a city that is growing in the mobility space with an increasing number of automotive venture arms.Maniv Mobility operates since 2016 with an initial funding capital of $44mn and a further capital injection in 2019 of $100mn. With an international investment portfolio and global ambitions, the firm has built over the years strategic partners in Europe, North America, Israel looking for long term expansion in Asian markets.The company has been within the VCs that backed Drive.ai, the autonomous vehicle startup later acquired by Apple.  

Ataria Ventures is an early stage fund that offers predominantly Latin American investors and corporations access to technology startups in Israel and Silicon Valley. It has invested in more than 30 startups  across a variety of industries and sectors, including Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Virtual Reality, foodtech, agritech, consumer, and health. 

As part of Vertex Ventures Holdings, a member of Temasek Holdings and Singapore's oldest and largest venture capital firm, Vertex Ventures China focuses on investment in high-growth internet and technology startups across mainland China. Vertex Ventures Holdings has a capital of US$600 million. It also has offices in Singapore, the US and Israel; and investments in these regions as well as Asia.

Singtel Innov8 is the venture arm of Singapore-based telecommunications company Singtel. It invests in companies that can potentially bolster Singtel's own capabilities in communications technologies, media services and customer experience. Innov8 has invested in companies at home and abroad, including in Indonesia, China, the USA and Israel. It has made exits through the sale of its portfolio companies (Viki and Tempo.AI) and via IPOs.

Headquartered in Silicon Valley, Lightspeed Venture Partners is an early-stage VC firm that focuses on the enterprise and consumer sectors. Over the past two decades, the firm has backed more than 300 companies globally. It currently has over US$4bn in committed capital. The firm invests mainly in the US, Israel, India and China. It also works in collaboration with Lightspeed China Partners, a China-focused venture capital firm, to make investments in China. 

Established in 2017 in the UK, Firstminute Capital's investments are founders-driven, rather than by investment sectors. The early-stage venture capital firm has already invested in 32 companies in the US, UK, mainland Europe and Israel. In mid-2018, it raised its first fund of US$100m from 30 unicorns. Recent investments include in the Series A round of tax reclaim company Wevat, in peer-to-peer (P2P) fiat to crypto exchange platform Ramp's pre-seed round and in the seed round of cannabis e-commerce site Miss Grass. 

China Merchants Venture, a subsidiary of China Merchants Group, was founded in November 2015. It is headquartered in Shenzhen and has opened offices in Beijing, Hong Kong, Israel and Silicon Valley. The company invests in finance, real estate, logistics, transportation, healthcare, AI, among other industries. Of the RMB 5 bn capital under its management, RMB 2bn is earmarked for a fund of funds (FOF) and the other RMB 3 bn for direct investment. As of April 2019, the FOF has invested in 28 early and growth stage funds, and directly invested in over 50 startups.  

BDMI is a New York-based VC company that is part of the global media group, Bertelsmann, which backs mainly companies in the new digital media ecosystem. The company usually invests through Series A and Series B rounds ranging from US$500,000 to US$5 million with reserves for follow-ons.Companies backed by BDMI get access to a vast network of media companies in the Bertelsmann group and benefit from their extensive media expertise with a global perspective.The firm’s portfolio includes startups from North America, Europe and Israel.

Didac Lee is a Spanish entrepreneur and angel investor of Chinese descent. Lee focuses on investments in Spanish startups with recent participation in seed rounds of e-sports training program Gamestry and life management tool Eelp!Based in Barcelona, he has also established 15 companies including co-founding Galdana Ventures, a VC with interests in the US, Asia, Israel and Europe. Galdana has a portfolio of 30 companies with total investments worth US$1bn. Other companies include Tradeinn online sports stores and Inspirit business incubator. The serial entrepreneur is also a board member of Barcelona FC.

Asabys Partners is a VC firm based in Barcelona and invests mainly in the healthtech and biopharma industries. Backed by Sabadell Bank, the VC now has offices in Spain, UK, Switzerland and Israel. Asabys Partners aims to accelerate technology breakthroughs in the fields of science and medicine by supporting a network of industry experts and talent.Asabys started operations in 2019 and is currently fundraising its first fund, Sabadell Asabys Health Innovation Investments, with a target size of €70m and Banc Sabadell as anchor investor. Main areas of investment include Biopharma, MedTech and Digital Therapeutics.

Accel, formerly known as Accel Partners, is a US venture capital firm,  with its headquarters in Palo Alto, California, and additional offices in San Francisco. It also operates funds for Europe and Israel, with offices in London, UK, and has funds for India and China. It was founded in 1983 and has backed some of the most successful startups including Facebook, Spotify and Dropbox, amongst hundreds of others.  It typically invests at the Series A and B levels, but can get involved from Seed level, and has seen 253 exits from its portfolio to date, across varied market segments.

Silicon Valley-based Bessemer Venture Partners is one of the largest startup investors in the world, with US$5.4bn invested across five funds, the most recent raised in August 2018. Founded in 1911, the VC has five US offices as well as premises in India and Israel. It invests starting from seed and Series A level, sticking with portfolio companies through later-stage investments. Bessemer Venture Partners has invested in over 880 startups and managed more than 120 exits to date. Recent investments include Korean fintech Toss's US$64m Series F, US accounting unicorn ScaleFactor's US$60m Series C and fintech Mambu's Series C.

Swanlaab Venture Factory is a Spanish-Israeli VC fund founded in 2013 in Israel and in 2017 in Madrid,  whose first investment fund totalled €40 million. Within Spain, its portfolio has 11 startups across different B2B verticals. Each startup selected for investment during investment rounds of €2–3 million, receives funds of €500,000 to €1.5 million.Swanlaab's Israeli backer Giza Venture Capital has already achieved more than 40 successful exits and is ranked amongst the top funds worldwide, investing over $600 million since 1992.Its most recent investments include in edtech and multimedia content platform Odilo’s July 2020 $10m undisclosed round and in the €3.5m Series A investment round of sales tech Sales Layer in May 2020.

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