In February 2021, Swift Navigation raised a $50 million Series C financing round led by New Enterprise Associates (NEA), with participation from existing investor Eclipse and new investors, including EPIQ Capital Group and KDDI Open Innovation Fund/Global Brain. To date, Swift has raised a total of $97.6 Million in funding.
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New Enterprise Associates, Inc. (NEA) is a global venture capital firm focused on helping entrepreneurs build transformational businesses across multiple stages, sectors and geographies.
Lior Susan, formerly with Formation8, and Pierre Lamond, long-time semiconductor industry veteran, formed Eclipse in 2015 and invest in hardware-focused companies.
EPIQ Capital Group is a private, global multi-family office. EPIQ invests for a select group of the most influential executives, founders and thought leaders, bringing the collective resources of our team and our families to the private opportunities where we invest.
The KDDI Open Innovation Fund is a corporate startup fund that supports a broad range of startups with a focus on AI, IoT, big data and FinTech.
Global Brain supports startups that tackle various problems and create innovation. Together with KDDI, Global Brain will leverage its resources to support Swift Navigation by assisting in its penetration into the Japanese market.
First Round Capital is a San Francisco-based seed-stage venture firm focused on building a venture firm focused on building a vibrant community of technology entrepreneurs and companies.
Reinventing investment in broadacre farmland and agricultural technologies, Fall Line Capital's focus is realizing untapped productivity in farmland.
With $120 million of capital from a world-class investor base, Clear is a Silicon Valley venture capital firm that is purpose-built to help startup teams win in business technology and services.
Felicis Ventures is a boutique venture fund that backs the world's iconic companies of today and tomorrow, focusing on five key areas—mobile, e-commerce, enterprise, education and health.
Lemnos wants to be the first investor in a hardware startup, providing capital and hands-on expertise and blending the best elements of a see-stage firm and incubator.
Promus Ventures invests in early-stage software companies that are changing the world.
Qualcomm Ventures is the investment arm of Qualcomm Inc. (NASDAQ: QCOM), a Fortune 500 company with operations across the globe. Swift was the winner of the 2014 QPrize™—Qualcomm Ventures’ seed investment competition.
Vegas Tech Fund is a seed-stage investment fund focused on investing in founders and startups solving huge problems.