We seek entrepreneurs capitalizing upon the transformative opportunities of the First Intelligence Age

The First Intelligence Age is the outcome of the digital transformation revolution where digital technology will affect all aspects of society. In the 21st century, data has become "digital oil".

Wildcat Venture Partners seeks early stage technology startups creating systems of intelligence that enable companies to prospect, refine and monetize digital oil. These systems leverage machine learning to anticipate, influence, and optimize the real-time digital exhaust of customer and user interactions.

Watch this short video to learn about the stage (using the Traction Gap™ Framework) and types of companies we seek to invest in and work with.

What's New

March 12, 2018

SXSW Rooftop Escape

Did you miss it?   Wildcat Venture Partners held our 3rd Annual Startup Mixer on Monday, March 12th, during the SXSW Interactive Festival. This year,…

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March 12, 2018

What3Words CMO: tech companies can (and should) make money and do good

One of the biggest running jokes in tech is the ‘we want to change the world for the better’ trope coming from Silicon Valley companies.…

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Andrew London


March 5, 2018

Wildcat Welcomes Jennifer Trzepacz  as Chief People Officer & Operating Partner

Wildcat Venture Partners is excited to announce that industry veteran and HR executive, Jennifer (JT) Trzepacz, has joined our team as Chief People Officer and…

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March 1, 2018

Product Architecture Event

Did you miss it?   Wildcat hosted the Product Architecture Series - Designing Pillars for Success   On March 1st, international design and consulting firm,…

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February 28, 2018

The Traction Gap is defining the second stage of new-venture creation

How to get a company off the ground The Traction Gap is defining the second stage of new-venture creation In his 2011 book, The Lean Startup,…

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Waverly Deutsch

Chicago Booth Review

February 20, 2018

Ritual is Adding a Social Element to Mobile Ordering

David Grossman has long wanted people to place orders at his store before they arrived, even before the technology existed to enable this to happen.…

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John Adams