Portfolio

Since making its first investment in 2007, I2BF Digital has grown its portfolio to include some of the most exciting newcomers to the digital IT space including a revolutionary crowd-funded charity platform and an alternative leisure travel service. The team is focused on pioneering concepts and seeks out innovative solutions that result from the convergence of hardware and software.

I2BF Digital seeks to leverage its global network which spans incubator programs, entrepreneurs and government sponsored initiatives in the US, Russia and South Korea to identify growing businesses at the forefront of their industry.

Stage:

  • Seed to Series A
  • Strong business plan with a leading management team
  • Between USD 1-3 million

Geography:

  • USA
  • Russia and CIS
  • South Korea

Sectors:

  • Power electronics
  • Digital IT
  • Green IT
  • Commercial devices

  • A fully integrated service management and tracking solution helping leading service businesses generate more leads, book more appointments and close more sales.

  • A revolutionary crowd-funded chartity platform. Prizeo leverages celebrities’ influence to raise awareness and funding for some of the biggest philanthropic causes. Funding is raised by raffling once in a lifetime prizes offered by celebrities.

  • Founded in 2009 by a group of MIT engineers, its unique product is a comprehensive guest ordering and pay-at-table solution backed by investors such as Intel.

  • GetGoing is a venture-backed San Francisco company focused on helping travelers discover and book more affordable trips using their FlightFinder technology.

  • Buzzoola is an automated social advertising platform connecting advertisers and thousands of publishers worldwide. Its new approach to social video advertising creates a platform to launch and manage campaigns.

  • CloudEO is a unique portal for all those who create, interpret and use geodata.

  • TokBox develops and operates OpenTok, a global service that enables you to add live face-to-face video experiences to any web or mobile property. In 2012, TokBox was acquired by Telefónica Digital, a division of Telefónica S.A.

  • Boxee is a unique DVR that records to the Internet instead of a local hard drive. The small box connects to an antenna (included), your Internet connection, and your TV to bring TV channels, DVR, and Internet Apps into the same interface. Boxee was acquired by Samsung in 2012.

© I2BF Global Investment Ltd. 2013