At Samsung, we believe that venture capital is an important strategic tool to engage with the world’s best startups globally. Our goal has for long been to develop technology and products that impact and inspire lives around the world, and we are on a constant search for partners to join us for the challenge.
Samsung has several investment teams with a unified perspective - investment in a startup is one of the first steps in working with a startup. The ultimate goal is always to make sure that a startup is successful in getting on a Samsung platform.
Our investments tend to focus on startups that either bring innovation to one of Samsung’s existing core big businesses (Semiconductors, Mobile, Consumer Electronics, etc.) or help the company building a new one (Digital Health, Autonomous Driving, Artificial Intelligence, etc.).
We believe innovation has no boundaries, as we’re working to engage with innovators and entrepreneurs to accelerate development of future technologies. Samsung has been a successful investor for more than 20 years and is considered today among the top three global corporate investor with more than $2B under management and with various stages of investments – from seed to later stage. Samsung’s portfolio companies have gained great success and were involved in more than 50 IPOs and 20 M&As.
Samsung Catalyst Fund (SCF) investments span across Mobile & Cloud Services, DeepTech Infrastructure, Biology + Tech, and Safety & Security. Through Samsung Catalyst Fund, entrepreneurs are enabled by Samsung’s global brand, manufacturing and distribution, domain expertise, recruiting network, and world-class Innovation Fellows for advice and mentorship.
SCF is a global fund with offices in Menlo Park (California), New York, Berlin, Paris, Tel Aviv and Seoul.
The ideal candidate should have a passion for emerging technologies including data and deep learning/AI, cloud, smart machines, and robotics; digital health; sensors/processors and other semiconductor technologies, combined with having experienced working through mid to high complex analysis with high standard qualities reported up to executives’ teams.
That person should also be comfortable working with executives and can work effectively across a wide range of internal teams globally.