In the summer of 2016, we started B Capital with a simple idea: tech entrepreneurs grow faster with powerful partnerships.  We knew from our experience as business builders that partnerships between groundbreaking entrepreneurs and corporate leaders could be mutually transformative.  
February 8th, 2018
Eduardo Saverin & Raj Ganguly

B Capital is excited to announce its recent investment in Mswipe, India’s leading independent merchant acquirer and POS network. Here is why we are excited about our investment in Mswipe...
December 22nd, 2017
Kabir Narang, Dave Ng, Raj Ganguly and Eduardo Saverin

The total number of branded hotel rooms in India is roughly equal to the rooms available in Singapore and Hong Kong combined. Estimates…
November 10th, 2017
Hailey Hu

Amazon resembles The Blob of the classic horror film — devouring everything in its path and growing bigger all the while. The company now sells almost anything you can think of, has a great product line with the Kindle, Echo & Alexa, Fire Tablet, and hosts some of the top websites in the world through Amazon Web Services.
October 27th, 2017
Bryan Ciambella

The Information Revolution that began in the 1990s has entered a second distinct stage. The first stage was led by Silicon Valley companies, and later, by a small set of Chinese technology giants.
October 27th, 2017
Eduardo Saverin and Raj Ganguly

Tackling excess inventory is top of mind for brands and retailers as the off-price market has reached over $700 billion. And with shoppers’ increased interest in the “excitement of the treasure hunt,” a solution for inventory management is critical to aligning with consumer demands and expectations.
October 11th, 2017
Tracey Greenstein

In the last decade, more than $1 billion has been invested in the human genomics category. The top five most funded companies including 23andMe, Pathway Genomics, Counsyl, Helix and Color have each raised $50 million to $300 million in capital.
July 26th, 2017
Gavin Teo

Today B Capital announced we’ve backed Bright.md, a virtual medical assistant for primary care cofounded by Ray Costantini and Mark Swinth. We led the $8M Series B round with participation from existing investor, Seven Peaks Ventures.
July 17th, 2017
Adam Seabrook