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Our platform has a detailed database with general overview and contact information on PE, VC, Angel/Seed investors in fast growing areas of technology sector, such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning, Big Data, FinTech, EdTech, Robotics, Internet of Things (IoT), Virtual and Augmented Reality (VR/AR), E-Commerce, Internet, Marketplaces, Cloud Services (IaaS/PaaS), SaaS, Mobile Apps and others.
Biotechnology is used in agriculture, food production, medicine and other areas. Biotech is closely related to bioengineering, bioinformatics and molecular biology. Biotech companies may be involved in genetic engineering and screening, cell therapeutics, D&A testing, development of platforms for lab experiments, drug testing (e.g. to identify a treatment for various diseases, such as cancer, AIDS, brain disorders, etc.) using modern technology, such as Machine Learning, VR/AR.
EdTech (Education Technology) includes everything from e-learning, such as languages learning apps, informal learning/brain-training games or massive online courses on various topics, to online K-12/university degree platforms, Learning Management Systems (LMS), and new technologies in education (e.g. Virtual Reality).
E-Commerce (Electronic Commerce) or Internet commerce, including Mobile commerce, refers to purchasing and selling goods and services online. E-commerce businesses include Online stores, FoodTech (food delivery, e-grocery, meal kits), online subscriptions, marketplace, dropshopping, etc. Models could vary from B2B to B2C, as well as C2C and C2B.
Technology and software aimed at digitization, automation and disruption of traditional financial services. FinTech (Financial technology) companies may be involved in online payments services, peer-to-peer (P2P) lending, crowdfunding, mobile-banking apps, investment management systems, cryptocurrencies.
Companies engaged in production of robotic products and related hardware, software and services. From industrial, military and surgical robotics to home robots, autonomous vehicles, drones and wearable technology Internet of Things (IoT) mainly includes production of smart devices connected to the Internet and related software for personal and industrial use (IIoT).
Cloud computing include Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and other cloud-related software and solutions, such as Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS), Database as a Service (DBaaS), Containers as a Service (CaaS), Storage as a service, Edge Computing, and also Software as a Service (SaaS).
Cannabis has been historically used for thousands of years, mostly as medication. (anesthetic and stress alleviation in Asia). Now after the slow lifting of CBD ban use in US and Canada the tide seems to be turning with great market opportunities ahead. Now most active though risk-loving investment funds and angel investors are financing the CBD market with millions of US dollars. Moreover CBD market is closely connected with biotech and pharma markets, so a lot of CBD investors are large corporates that want a piece of CBD market cake.
Blockchain is a record-keeping technology, essentially it is a distributed and decentralized public ledger. Often associated with cryptocurrencies, blockchain technology is widely used by banks and insurance companies, as well as in many other areas, not related to finance. For example, blockchain technology may be used in smart contracts, supply chains, voting, cybersecurity. There are blockchain technology-based services, which allow to securely store personal data related to medical records, digital assets and property exchanges.
Computer science aimed at creation of intelligent machines. Computers with AI are designed for certain traits, such as visual perception, speech recognition, learning, planning, etc. AI examples could include smart personal assistants, online customer support, sales and business forecasting, smart translation between languages.