New exponential technologies are disrupting verticals like never before.


The best way to predict the future is to create it yourself.

Venture Suisse focus on two pillars:

  1. Supertrends across verticals.

  2. Growth potential in new markets.


No one can tell what will have the biggest future impact on the global economy.


Maybe the biggest impact will be developed by exponential technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning and deep learning analyzing big data or maybe it will be developed by ordinary humans using plain and simple research?


We believe in growth in the following tech areas:

  • Artificial Intelligence

  • Asset Sharing Services

  • Augmented Reality

  • Autonomous Vehicles

  • Avatars

  • Aviation (drones and flying cars)

  • Big Data (creation, storage, usage & brokerage)

  • Big Tech Platforms

  • Bionics

  • Business Software

  • Data Centers

  • Deep Learning

  • Design

  • Education

  • Electric Vehicles

  • Holograms

  • Internet of Things

  • Machine Learning

  • Printing (3D + 4D + 5D)

  • Quantum Computing

  • Robotics

  • Semiconductors

  • Social Media

  • Virtual Reality

  • Wearables

  • Web 3.0

  • Wireless Networks (5G + 6G)

That's some of the opportunities we are investing in.


The venture market is driven by new opportunities. As example, take a look at the internet (r)evolution.

The Amazon story

Amazon was founded in 1994.


It initially started as an online bookstore, but has continually launched new ventures.


Today Amazon is one of the the world’s largest companies harvesting big data from retail, e-commerce, cloud computing, digital streaming etc. Amazon is facilitating several “as-a-service” products, providing an infrastructure for app developing. Now clients can focus on app development using Amazons various platforms.

The whole app economy did not exist 10 years ago, but today it's a trillion dollar industry and a major part of our daily life.

The Google story

Google was founded in 1998.


One year later, George Bell turned down the opportunity to buy Google for USD 1m. George Bell did not understand how Google could monetize big data. The search engine was given away for free, and the value of the users was not known.

Today it is well-known, that Google users generate valuable data. Google is now collaborating with several tech companies to develop its business. With web 3.0, big data can be verified, protected and further monetized.

The Facebook story

Facebook was founded in 2004.


Revenue is created by an instant flow of big data, and the big data is monetized by providing targeted commercials etc. There is no cost for the users to join the Facebook network (WhatsApp, Instagram, Messenger, Oculus).

Today Facebook is building its own digital payment solution to monetize its global platform and to facilitate easy cross-border transactions. This solution will reportedly support both existing FIAT currencies and a special designed Diem token.

Our vision


We believe that digital transformation will be the most disruptive event of this decade. Today, big data harvesting is a trillion dollar market and it is predicted to grow ten-fold over the coming years.


That’s one of the opportunities, we are investing in.


Our investment process is based on two pillars: A “top-down” market-based assessment of a company’s potential, and a “bottom-up” analysis of its capacity to deliver growth.

Potential target investments undergo a multi-step due diligence and screening process. All steps are safeguarded by our Research and Investment Committees.

We take diversification and risk-adjustment very seriously. Our investment approach is agile and built to capture the market evolution, no matter where active return on investment is generated.

We have "skin in the game" and invest together with our partners.

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