Change is Coming to B2B Technology
While the technology sector experiences almost continuous disruption, there are still several areas within B2B technology that have been ignored, lagging the consumer market broadly in terms of mobile adoption, cloud-enabled services and the Internet of Things, among others. With this ongoing shift, however, comes significant opportunity for entrepreneurs, innovators and investors. We see significant opportunities in long-standing, regulated B2B sectors such as financial services, healthcare, and government services where new technologies can reduce the process costs associated with regulation.
iSelect Portfolio Companies
iSelect focuses on early-stage b2b technology companies that are poised to help push the next b2b technology revolution forward. We deliberately invest in companies that can make a positive impact on our society, as well as on the bottom line.
Meet Our Selection Committee
Our B2B Technology Selection Committee consists of industry and subject matter experts who help guide iSelect’s investment decisions. With firsthand experience and a true pulse on the industry, we consider these individuals key to our success in finding and investing in innovation.
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Resources & News
Brand New iSelect Portfolio Company A Look at iSelect's New Technology Company: Hatchbuck What does every business need? Customers! Every small to midsize business struggles with being able to follow up with all of their prospects and customers, and drive new business...
A Chat with iSelect Technology Selection Committee Member Ken Harrington A serial entrepreneur, Ken Harrington has built, managed, and advised startups for over 30 years. Most notably, Ken served as Managing Director of the Skandalaris Center for Entrepreneurial...
Let's accept good things come from universities. There are more than enough powerful and smart people arguing we do not invest enough in research. Maybe we are also too near-term focused. With almost half of venture capital ($79.3B) focused on software media,...