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International Venture Capital Firm

DCM is a Venture Capital firm that partners with exceptional entrepreneurs to bring disruptive products and services to global markets. With over $2bn under management and strong investment experience in the U.S., Japan, China, and other markets, DCM brings unique strategic and operational value to start-ups. DCM also launched the world's first Android focused VC fund, the A-Fund, seeking investments into disruptive smartphone related technologies, apps, and services.

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Tempo reveals $17M-funded $2000 weight lift training screen

  • TechCrunch
  • 3 months ago
  • Tempo is the latest company to join the pack, announcing it raised $17.5 million for its Series A round and will start taking pre-orders for its system, which will start shipping this summer.
  • Providing live and on-demand strength and high intensity interval training classes, Tempo uses artificial intelligence to make home workouts more like personal training sessions.
  • The startup launched a $1,995 AI-powered home fitness system (with a $250 deposit and $39 monthly subscription) that will begin shipping in Summer 2020.
  • CEO and cofounder Moawia Eldeeb claims it’s the first weight training solution that counts reps and calories burned, recommends weights, and offers real-time technique corrections.
Tempo reveals $17M-funded $2000 weight lift training screen

Backed by $116M, Skylo exits stealth with a satellite internet network for IoT devices

  • SiliconANGLE
  • 4 months ago
  • The 5.8 billion “internet of things” devices that are expected to see use in the enterprise this year will all require a way to connect to the web. Skylo has an ambitious plan to address this need that involves geostationary satellites and an eight-by-eight-inch electronics box.
  • It officially launched today and has raised $116 million from investors. Skylo’s backers include SoftBank Group Corp., DCM Ventures, Moore Strategic Ventures and Innovation Endeavors.
  • Skylo’s proposal for providing web access to connected devices is to harness existing communications satellites in so-called geostationary orbit. Craft at this altitude fly higher and are typically larger than the new space-based internet systems currently being deployed by the likes of SpaceX Corp.
  • By using existing hardware instead of launching its own, Skylo claims, it can provide connectivity for IoT devices at an up to 95% lower cost than the competition.
Backed by $116M, Skylo exits stealth with a satellite internet network for IoT devices

David G. Cheng

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Vice President at DCM Ventures investing in seed to Series B companies. Forbes 30 Under 30 – Venture Capital 2019.
Direct Sales Executive with over 18 years experience in international field development.

David Cheng

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Venture Associate at an Early Stage VC in the Bay Area looking to meet with talented entrepreneurs seeking seed to Series B funding.