26 listings. Venture sources and Crowdsourcing-type sites of interest to Thing entrepreneurs.
Projects get crowd source funding for films, games, and music to art, design, and technology. Funding on Kickstarter is all-or-nothing; projects must reach their funding goals to receive any money. Most IoT projects appear in their Technology category.
CB Insights IoT Blog
New York, NY. Analyzes data on private companies in emerging industries and VC's to provide predictive intelligence.
Jerusalem, Il. An equity-based crowdfunding platform, built exclusively for a select group of accredited investors to provide venture capital funding for Israeli (and later global) venture capital start-ups.
Eindhoven, Nl. Accelerates companies in disruptive technologies in Internet of Things, Advanced Materials, Advanced Robotics, Autonomous and Near-Autonomous Vehicles, Energy Storage, 3D-Printing, Renewable Energy and Lifetech-Medtech. Holds a series of bootcamp and pitch day events.
An investment syndicate formed between Google Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz, and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. They only pursue leads through their "colleagues and associates," and don't publish any direct contact info, i.e., don't call them, they'll call you...
San Juan Capistrano, CA. The "Incubator for the Industrial Internet," or I3, is a partnership between GE and Frost Data Capital. The strategic markets for investment are Industrial, Healthcare and Foundation.
Tartu, Estonia. An accelerator (of things) in the Baltic States and Nordic countries with a focus on physical devices. During the 3 month mentoring program, teams can use Buildit's prototyping facilities.
A European Research project, supported by the European Commission, aiming at researching the potential of crowdsourcing to extend IoT testbed infrastructure for multidisciplinary experiments with more end-user interactions.
San Diego, CA. Provides cybersecurity and IoT resources, strategic programs and quality thought leader IoT Forums. The CyberHive is a business shared workspace and incubation/acceleration program.
Toronto, Ont. Entrepreneurial Venture Capitalists Investing in the Industrial Internet of Things. Co-founded by Scott MacDonald & Whitney Rockley. Organizes the annual IIoT Symposium.
Shenzhen Valley Ventures
Palo Alto, CA. A fund that provides hardware companies with cash investment and DFM service to accelerate growth, with 4 engineers available to work with each startup at a time.
Hong Kong, HK. An ultra hands-on accelerator tailored for hardware startups. Brinc startups have the advantages of manufacturing in China, access to global markets, and having a team based in Hong Kong.
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