|Description||Leading international venture team|
In the 1990’s TechFund was conceived by entrepreneurs who thought something was broken with the classical venture capital model. As the TechFund founders experienced the quest for funding in Silicon Valley and in European tech centers, it was clear that there were few venture guys who had ever really done a start-up themselves. The VC’s often seemed surprised to find out that entrepreneurs needed not only assistance in funding but some hands-on support in building a team, re-imagining a market, or leveraging an international network. It seemed like the venture guys were on one side, and the entrepreneurs on the other. They believed that this was an opportunity for re-imagining how a venture capital relationship could be built.
|Radio Systemes Ingenierie||5/09||Series D||$8.74M||4|