XSeed is very excited to announce our investment in FINDMINE, a software platform that automatically curates products and product groups for use across merchant’s ecommerce, digital marketing and in-store displays or applications. The company is bringing critical technology and new data sets to retailers, allowing them not only to apply common technical advancements across their omni-channel efforts, but simultaneously to create value […]Read More
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A noticeable fraction of the thousands of startups I have looked at in the last seven years have made attacking a societal evil (e.g., hunger, homelessness, etc) a key part of why they exist. This is extremely laudable from a […]Read More
Are Bots Your New Best Friend?
Bots are a growing segment of software that acts as an agent on a human’s behalf. These tasks range from ordering online, to making dinner reservations, to […]Read More
theCUBE: Robert Siegel & Jeff Frick Discuss #GSBfutureofinnovation At The Stanford Graduate School Of BusinessOctober 27, 2016
Click to play this video in which XSeed Capital Partner Robert Siegel talks with Jeff Frick after moderating the #GSBfutureofinnovation panel at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
This article originally appeared in the Harvard Business Review and was co-authored by XSeed Capital Partner, Robert Siegel, co-founder and CEO of Box, Aaron Levie, and general manager of SAP.io, Maxwell Wessel.
As automation and digitization transform the economy, well-resourced incumbents in industry after industry are losing out to upstarts. Traditional retailers that have entered the […]Read More
One of the most exciting things about Silicon Valley is that it constantly reinvents itself. The development of new technologies and products serves a fundamental role in the cycle of Schumpeterian creative-destruction that drives those in […]Read More
It’s Not Even Financial
A common challenge that many companies face at some point is the issue of too much financial debt, which when used properly can be managed as an instrument to help a company […]Read More
Much has been said in the aftermath of the UK’s referendum on EU membership about the potential impact of the outcome in favour of ‘Leave’ on the technology startup scene in the UK.
In particular, there […]Read More
We at XSeed have been thinking a lot about the near future – not about the deep and disruptive social and economic impacts of ongoing innovations in autonomous and semi-autonomous systems, deep learning, bots and robots, VR and AR (all areas where we have been deploying capital for some time). Rather, we’ve been thinking about where the current economic cycle is headed and XSeed’s role […]Read More
In-home video entertainment is a very big deal. $381 billion globally in 2019 big. About $100 billion in North America big. Triple the revenue of apps and games big.
No wonder, then, that it won’t get […]Read More