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Pioneering foodtech with the first inkjet printer and laser design tool and printer; innovating technology to scale cell-based food and print food for dysphagia patients.

Triditive's AMCELL is the first automated additive manufacturing technology to enable round-the-clock mass production, empowering SME manufacturers to access Industry 4.0. 

Natural Machines is launching the world’s first commercial 3D food printing and laser beam cooking machine for affordable, personalized meals, endorsed by Michelin-starred restaurants.

Besides helping shoemakers cut product development costs by 80%, 4D ShoeTech is now expanding its 3D modeling services to make prototypes for luggage manufacturers. 

Using a direct-to-customer (DTC) model, Smile Formula brings down the cost of teeth straightening by two-thirds and makes the whole procedure much easier for customers. 

The first China-based company to mass-produce 3D food printers, Shiyin Tech plans to deploy 100,000 self-service models in the next three years.

Europe's only privately-owned near space transportation company, providing less expensive launches using balloon technology, and capable of putting satellites into orbit and tourists into space.

3D Click is gearing up to provide the biggest online 3D catalog of customizable and sustainable packaging at affordable prices for the industry.

Exovite's technology potentially reduces recovery time of broken limbs by 70%, while its mixed reality tool aims to cut surgery times by half. 

Focusing on sustainability and the education sector, BEEVERYCREATIVE is leading the way to revolutionize 3D printing.

Evonik Venture Capital is the investment arm of Evonik Industries AG, a chemicals specialty provider in Germany. The firm also has offices in the US and China.With a fund size of €250m, Evonik has made more than 30 investments since 2012. The VC mainly invests in sectors such as nutrition & care, specialty additives and smart materials. Its portfolio includes early to growth stage startups, with investments of €15m per portfolio company.

Having backed some of the most successful US tech companies such as Facebook, PayPal and SpaceX, Oakhouse Partners is a micro-VC headquartered in San Francisco. Led by Jason Portnoy, Andrew Maguire and Stephanie Fernandez, the firm mainly backs companies based in the Bay Area and within the US. Currently focused on breakthrough technologies like blockchain, robotics, 3D printing and CRISPR, Oakhouse Partners typically participates in seed rounds with investments of $250,000–500,000 and in Series A rounds of $1m–1.5m. 

Founded in 1843, Connecticut-based Stanley Black & Decker, is one of the oldest US manufacturing companies. It has acquired tons of organizations in recent decades and invests in a very selected number of startups. Its most recent disclosed tech startup investments via its VC arm Stanley Ventures were in the 2021 $1.8m seed round of Spain’s Triditive, and in the 2019 undisclosed investment round of Argentinian field operations software Iguana Fix.

DSM Venturing is the investment arm of major Dutch biotech company DSM that has been investing in startups since 2006. The company currently has 36 startups in its portfolio across geographies and has managed three exits to date. It typically invests between €100,000 and €5m, with a lifetime investment varying from €1m–20m and usually requires board membership alongside investment. It has offices in the Netherlands and the US, both on the east and west coast. Its recent investments include in the March 2021 $48m Series A round of Dutch cell-based meat startup Meatable which leverages pluripotent stem cells for the first time in foodtech, and in the same month, in the $8m Series A round of British anti-pollution biotech Deep Branch Biotechnology.

Silicon Valley-based Tyche Partners was founded in 2015 to invest in hardtech sectors such as SpaceTech, IoT devices, cloud and enterprise infrastructure. Managing partner Weijie Yun is a computer science engineer and veteran entrepreneur as founder and CEO of Telegent Systems, AIP Networks and SiTek.The VC firm currently has 18 startups in its portfolio, including being lead investor for the $12m Series A round of Vence in May 2021. Vence is a California-based producer of virtual fencing wearables for livestock management.

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