Corporate Venture Capitals (CVC)
Corporate venture funds are investment funds that are owned and managed by one company and invest in startups with high potential. They do not always pursue direct profit and might be more interested in supporting new technologies or launching new partnerships.
Qualcomm Ventures was formed in 2000 to make investments in startups developing next-generation technologies that will promote future growth for Qualcomm Inc. Qualcomm Ventures has 140+ active companies in its portfolio and has generated significant financial returns, including six exits over a billion dollars: 99 Taxis, Cruise Automation, Fitbit... See more
Intel Capital, Intel's strategic investment organization, backs innovative technology startups and companies worldwide. It invests in in a range of technology startups and companies offering hardware, software, and services targeting enterprise, mobility, consumer Internet, digital media and semiconductor manufacturing. See more