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Infocom Partners with Fenox Venture Capital to Expand Their Global Search for Technological Startups

Infocom Group, one of Japan’s largest information technology (IT) solution providers and Silicon Valley-based Fenox Venture Capital announce their international sourcing partnership. This partnership serves as a gateway for Infocom to access the best technology through the global network of Fenox, as part of its goal of collaborating with world-class IT companies and bringing them to Asia.

“Finding the right global partner was a key step in our search for identifying cutting-edge technologies that would enhance the experience of our customers,” said Takehara, CEO of Infocom. “Fenox VC is the best partner to assist Infocom in our global outreach due to their innate understanding of the Japanese business culture and unbridled access to North America and Europe.”

“We have been working with leading software and healthcare IT startups in Silicon Valley and rest of the world, therefore, the partnership with Infocom ties in well with our expertise,” said Anis Uzzaman, co-Founder of Fenox VC. “Our team and I are very excited to be working with Infocom.”

Fenox VC has been serving as the bridge for global startups seeking entry to lucrative Asian markets. With this partnership in place, startups receiving investment from Fenox VC can access the expertise of Infocom in both product and business development. They can also tap into the distribution channels of Infocom, and expand their geographical reach to Japan and rest of Asia.

About Infocom

Infocom Group comprises of 12 subsidiary companies providing diverse IT solutions that include planning, development and consultation of information systems. Mobile phone carriers, healthcare providers, educational institutions, and research organizations are among its enterprise clients. Infocom also provides various digital content such as digital comics and games for consumers.

About Fenox Venture Capital

Fenox Venture Capital is a global VC, headquartered in Silicon Valley and focused on providing early and growth-stage funding to emerging technology companies in North America, Japan, Southeast Asia and Europe. Fenox VC invests globally in consumer Internet, new media and enterprise solutions. Among its recent investments are ShareThis, Lark, Jetlore, Socialize, Bottlenose, Roximity, Dream Link Entertainment and IACC.

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