Venture Capital Unit of Siemens is the corporate venture capital organization of the company and invests in early stage technology companies and established technology growth companies, focusing on the energy, healthcare, industry, and infrastructure & cities markets and hence plays a key role in Siemens’ global innovation network. The aim is to identify innovative solutions from which Siemens and its customers can profit and to strengthen business partnerships with innova tive industry players. Since 1999 the company has invested in about 180 start - up companies worldwide. For more information, visit www.siemens.com/venturecapital.
Omphalos Venture Partners is a venture capital firm, established in 2010, which supports fast growing companies, predominantly in the sectors of software, medical technology and technology-enabled services. Omphalos Venture Partners wishes to work with founders and entrepreneurial management teams who aspire to achieve excellence and is seeking investment opportunities in privately held, US based, early stage consumer, healthcare and information technology companies. For more Information, please visit: http://omphalosventures.com
Excelerate Health Ventures is a management team of experienced healthcare entrepreneurs with start-up, corporate and investment expertise. EHV leverages the domain experience and contacts of their network of healthcare providers, payers and strategic partners to select, validate, mentor and grow their portfolio companies. This focused approach accelerates the adoption and revenues of a portfolio companies' products and associated services. EHV offices are located alongside fellow entrepreneurs at the First Flight Venture Center, a technology incubator in the Research Triangle Park of NC. For more Information, please visit: http://www.ExcelerateHealth.com.
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