March 15, 2011
After last yearsâ€™ life care and electricity saving devicesâ€™ major
importance in the investment field, this year brings to our eyes a new
and intense interest towards mobile technology, digital media, social
media, cloud computing, applications and computer games. When reading
the venture capital investments news of the week, one can easily
understand that the interest towards these fields of activity is
higher than ever.
Click here to download your investors database! <==== After last yearsâ€™ life care and electricity saving devicesâ€™ major importance in the investment field, this year brings to our eyes a new and intense interest towards mobile technology, digital media, social media, cloud computing, applications and computer games. When reading the venture capital investments news of the week, one can easily understand that the interest towards these fields of activity is higher than ever. Just by taking a quick look at the venture capital news, we find out that Gigya has obtained $6 million in order to make websites more social. This amount comes as a C round of funding from investors at DAG Ventures, Benchmark Capital, First Round Capital and Mayfield Fund. The purpose of the Israeli developers of the software is that of helping ABC, ESPN and Reuters make their websites resemble more to social networks, providing thus an interactive environment and a higher interest and information flow for the readers. The present passion for alternate reality has brought the Fourth Wall Studios to raise $15 million in venture capital to be used for the creation of several alternate reality games. The funding comes from the Soon-Shiongâ€™s California Capital Equity. The partnership with Patrick Soon-Shiong, the co-owner of the LA Lakers basketball team, has the purpose of creating a studio that will mix the real and the digital world in an entertaining manner. As the Fourth Wall has focused on producing stories that can be accessed from diverse devices as the cell phone, computer, consulate video games, this new product of theirs may really come as a new definition of the entertainment world. But these are not the only successful examples as a start-up company, Breezy, has managed to raise $750,000 from big-name investors for its easy mobile printing software. The money comes from famous investors such as Jeff Clavierâ€™s firm, SoftTech VC, Accel Partners and Felicis Ventures. This business idea comes as a result of the demands on the market and, even though the amount raised in venture capital is not huge, the future perspectives of the product are quite promising. Although their product will have to go against the AirPrint or the iPhone, Breezy seems to get ahead due to their widely spread partner network, including hotels, copy shops and other partner locations. Click here to download your investors database NOW! <==== All these brilliant business ideas may have never become real projects if it were not for venture capitalists and angel investors. It is a well-known fact that those really big business ideas that can transform the reality surround us have high initial and expanding costs. It would be a great loss not to change the world just because of an initial capital lack. This is why we provide you with this continuously updated database of investors. You have a business idea that has a high return rate but which you cannot start due to your lack of initial capital? Stop thinking that others have made it because they are luckier! They have made it because they have been able to find the suiting investor. Our database contain more than 5100 venture capitalists and angel investors, 2003 of which are interested in your innovative computer technology business.
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