InfoGin benefits from the support and strong conviction of premier venture capitalists and private investors. InfoGin investors represent a strong community with extensive experience in establishing and managing leading hi-tech companies predominantly in the cellular and telecommunications market.
Argoquest Inc. (www.argoquest.com) is a private holding company actively engaged in identifying, funding, developing and managing a network of cutting-edge, Israeli-based technology companies in the areas of Communication and Wireless Technologies, as well as in Operating Technologies, Information Technologies and System Environment Technologies.
Since its establishment in 1997, Argoquest has developed a strong infrastructure, with operations in both Israel and the United States that fully supports and promotes partner companies. From its inception, Argoquest has demonstrated an ability to attract premier startup companies and has invested in over 60 enterprises.
Argoquest has put together a top-flight team of managers and key advisors for providing technological, operational, and financial support. In addition, the company has a worldwide network of marketing, business strategy, and business development advisors. Argoquest's management team is composed of seasoned veterans who provide detailed technological, operational and financial support to its partner companies. They actively promote collaboration among the companies, invest efforts in generating greater sales and marketing opportunities, and take an active role in the incubation of new companies.
Coral Group (http://www.coralgrp.com) is a leading venture capital firm focused on technology companies, with a particular interest in the communications, software, enterprise computing and media sectors. Coral partners with emerging companies in markets experiencing technology-driven transitions, which often result in new business modalities and new market participants. Since 1990, the Coral team has invested in over 100 companies in the United States, Israel and Europe contributing to their growth through direct involvement with management and boards of directors using Coral's deep operational experience and broad international relationships.
By working closely with management to create value, Coral has helped a number of companies achieve substantial success over the last two decades, including Macromedia (IPO and then acquired by Adobe), Magnet Communications (acquired by Digital Insight), Vizrt (IPO), Advanced Fibre Communications (IPO and then acquired by Tellabs), Optical Solutions (acquired by Calix) and Digital Generation Systems (IPO).