• DTCP joins Adams Street, Cisco Ventures and Microsoft Ventures in supporting the company’s EMEA expansion. Silicon Valley Veteran, Tony Zingale, joins Dynamic Signal Board of Directors.

  • As DTCP's first investment from its new Venture Fund II, DTCP acts as lead investor in Fastly, alongside Sozo Ventures and Swisscom Ventures, and existing investors Sapphire Ventures and Battery Ventures, a.o. Fastly’s edge cloud platform enables digital companies to accelerate the pace of technical innovation, mitigate evolving threats, and scale on demand.

  • Celebrating DTCP's third year of operation, the DTCP Summer Opener 2018 brought together our portfolio companies, co-investors, LPs, partners and friends. On top of an inspiring keynote speech on “AI Revolution and the Road to Superintelligence” by Tim Urban, six DTCP portfolio companies speed-pitched their technologies to the over 200 guests from all over the world. A lively dinner and party at the banks of the Elbe River rounded off the event. Check out this year’s highlights here:

  • Three dynamic years have passed since DTCP's inception, and we are excited to share this exclusive video update. It covers the important developments over the past 12 months: new investments, exit highlights, the expansion of our global team, and references from our business partners, portfolio companies and corporate sponsor.
    Watch the video to find out more.

  • SafeBreach receives new funding from lead investor Draper Nexus and PayPal, alongside existing investors DTCP, Sequoia Capital, and HPE Pathfinder. The company has strengthened its leading position in the category Breach and Attack Simulation by strongly growing bookings and expanding traction amongst Fortune 100 companies. Furthermore, SafeBreach announced the launch of new product capabilities.

  • The company designs, develops and manages cloud-enabled data analytics products and services. The solutions provided by Keepler are based on cloud hyperscalers such as Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform and Microsoft Azure.

  • DTCP invests alongside B37 and Purple Arch Ventures, joining existing investors Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers, Munich Venture Partners and HSB Ventures / Munich Re.

  • DTCP, Lumia Capital, Telstra and Sozo Ventures join existing investors GV, General Catalyst, IVP and Paladin Capital Group. The new funding will enable the company to further accelerate global customer growth and drive continued product innovation.

  • Mojio plans to accelerate research and development, expand globally and grow team to 100 employees by the end of 2018.

    Lead investor Kensington Capital, Trend Forward Capital, and Innogy Ventures join existing investors, which include DTCP, Amazon Alexa Fund, BDC and Relay Ventures.

  • The DTCP Summer Opener brought together founders, VC investors, and tech experts to discuss Machine Learning and the future of digital innovation, while celebrating DTCP’s second year of operation.
    We were proud to welcome keynote speaker Michal Kosinski (Stanford University), and Machine Learning panelists: Guy Horowitz (DTCP), Simon Naldoza (SafeBreach), Prakash Nanduri (Paxata), Michael Rubanovich (Fornova), and Gary Sevounts (Aryaka). Check out this year’s video highlights here:

  • In this newly released Whitepaper, DTCP and OC&C identify four key areas that Germany as a society and economy should address to support the start-up and venture capital eco-system and to catch up with leading venture economies like the US or Israel. The paper focuses on how the largely industrial economy of Germany can defend and expand its future relevance in times of significant technologic innovation. Find the download link below.

  • True to DTCP’s mission to build bridges between Europe, Israel and the US, we brought together Israeli and international investors and tech industry leaders at our reception in Tel Aviv. Thank you to everyone who came to network with our global investment team.