Mobile Internet Capital

Mobile Internet Capital

A venture capital and private equity firm investing in mobile internet technology companies.

Mobile Internet Capital is a venture capital and private equity firm investing in mobile internet technology companies that is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan and was founded in 1999. According to the firms website (as of November 2019) companies they have invested in have had 23 initial public offerings (IPOs).

Investments

The firm typically invests in Japanese startups, but will sometimes make investments in startups operating in China, other Asian countries, and the United States. Notable investments made by Mobile Internet Capital include: Dokidoki Groove Works, Jena, Nohana, Cognirobo, 3D Body Lab, MedUp, IntimateMerger, Kakeai, Qbit Robotics, Weekday, Hashilus, Crew. Agatha, Phone Appli, Heroz Japan, Agile Media Netowrk, Clipla, Sales Robotics, Shimauma Print Systems, Si Time, Mobile Factory, Navitime, and Gald Cube.

Investment funds

Mobile Internet 1 Fund

On February 10, 2000 Mobile Internet Capital announced their Mobile Internet 1 Fund with

JPY 6,500,000,000 in capital.

MIC Asia Technology Fund

On March 31, 2006 Mobile Internet Capital announced their MIC Asia Technology Fund with JPY 4,600,000,000 in capital.

MIC Innovation III Fund

On July 26, 2011 Mobile Internet Capital announced their MIC Innovation III Fund with JPY 6,000,000,000 in capital.

MIC Innovation IV Limited Liability Fund

On January 1, 2016 Mobile Internet Capital announced their MIC Innovation IV Limited Liability Fund with JPN 7,600,000,000 in capital.

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