We invest in early-stage companies and actively work with management. Early-stage can be startup, pre-revenue or ready to scale to build a large public company. We actively seek out new investments in technology sectors by participating in industry events, conferences and fostering strategic alliances.
Silver Creek has a record of working with entrepreneurs to produce superior returns for our investor stakeholders. After an investment, we sit on the same side of the table as the management team to create a winner in the marketplace. We employ a “Next Wave” investment strategy across a ever-changing set of technologies, markets and regulatory conditions.
Experienced entrepreneurs and investors form a team that produces crisp execution. Experience reveals patterns in the marketplace guiding the team to adapt the business plan, resource allocation to produce maximum value for the stakeholders in the company. Our network of entrepreneurs, advisors and industry experts are available to help us evaluate companies and accelerate their growth.
Technology provides differentiation and competitive advantage for our companies. Good businesses are based on good profit margins, and technology leads the way in producing sustainable, ‘unfair’ market position. We seek out entrepreneurs with nascent commercializable technology and help assess the needs of the marketplace.
// Wireless & SoftwareEgynte
Egnyte is changing the way that enterprises implement their file sharing infrastructure. Egnyte’s enterprise file sharing allows companies to control where files are stored, combining the speed and security of local storage with the accessibility of the cloud. By leveraging local storage, existing folder structures and access permissions, companies get …
// Networking / CommunicationsNetSocket
NetSocket is developing IP Service Assurance solutions for managing real-time services in IP networks.
Xilinx is a developer of user-programmable gate arrays in which customers create their own custom gate arrays without the delays or engineering charges normally associated with ASIC devices.