Together we promote progressive ideas and make worldwide discoveries

Who we are

Our aim is to encourage new technologies and ensure the permanent stability for the companies. For this purpose, our funds allocate money in the most perspective businesses, based on innovative ideas and capable of gaining profit. Having sustainable investment tools, we put money into newly-established or developing start-ups in different fields. We have a wide range of clients, including top start-up ventures, up-and-coming companies and alumni of the major incubator.



Online lending marketplace leveraging machine learning and AI to improve peer to peer lending.


Stolica supplies lease services for both incorporated clients and individuals, including realizing lease property and receiving individual investments.

Smart AI-based identification of safety and machine-trained incidents at construction sites.


Spruce is a digital title insurance agency aiming to reduce title insurance fees and speed up the mortgage closing process through its closing and settlement software platform.

For Startups

Join our partnership program to become a leader in your field. We have created a professional environment, which allows our high-experienced team to support companies, help it develop and grow. Ready to become a billion-dollar company?

For Investors

Using expertise and our exclusive tools for Venture Investors and Business Angels, we provide a professional support in venture-capital funding, enlarging and speeding up startups.


November 5, 2018

The Top Ten Cities For $100M VC Rounds In 2018 So Far

A major driver of global venture dollar growth is the relatively recent phenomenon of companies raising $100 million or more in a single venture round.

October 26, 2018

Are Enterprise Software Stocks Recession-Proof?

To say the U.S. and global equity markets did not have a good day on October 10 would be an understatement—the S&P fell 3.3 percent and the Dow was down more...

August 6, 2018

Artificial Intelligence Continues Its Fundraising Tear In 2018

Funding in the AI sector has climbed steadily—and impressively—over the past decade. In 2017, investors pumped nearly $5 billion in U.S.-based AI startups.