JANUARY 15, 2019
SOSV was named as a top seed investor in female-founded startups in 2018.
JANUARY 8, 2019
Ireland is expected to grow in importance as a financial center over the next few years. With this in mind, we compiled a list of the top 10 investors in Irish startups since 2014.
JANUARY 7, 2019
SOSV was named as a top active lead investor in 2018 (globally), a top active angel & seed-stage investor in 2018 (globally), and one of the most active early stage investors in 2018 (globally).
DECEMBER 7, 2018
Honda Innovations, the Silicon Valley arm of Honda R&D, is investing in the funds of four venture capital firms as part of its global efforts to enhance its support of early-stage innovators.HAX
OCTOBER 25, 2018
More than 1,500 business leaders to gather for annual ceremony in Dublin tonight
OCTOBER 23, 2018
SOSV, a 20-year-old fund with $500 million in assets under management, has been running accelerators for years. Their oldest one, HAX, is the premier hardware accelerator in San Francisco and Shenzhen, and they’ve recently launched a food accelerator in New York and a pair of biology accelera…
OCTOBER 13, 2018
Emurgo and SOSV introduce a new blockchain accelerator known as d/lab. The program, which is based in New York City, is expected to combine Emurgo’s expertise in developing blockchain applications for the commercial environment with the strength associated with the Cardano platform.
AUGUST 20, 2018
Sean O'Sullivan has built up one of the world's most active venture capital accelerator funds. He spoke to Adrian Weckler about his latest big deals.
AUGUST 16, 2018
The former 'Dragons' Den' entrepreneur Sean O'Sullivan made more than €30m from an initial €1m bet on a bike-sharing company that has been sold to Uber for close to €200m.
AUGUST 16, 2018
He built a powerful system for launching scientific ideas into startups. Can he do it again?IndieBio
AUGUST 7, 2018
Global accelerators are fueling entrepreneurs and startups with supportive ecosystems and plenty of fresh funding. These programs provide mentorship and capital in return for equity. This is put in place to help a start-up grow over a three to four month period.
JULY 19, 2018
IndieBio, a highly experienced and well-regarded accelerator run by SOSV, one of the world's most active venture capital firms, was chosen by Empire State Development following a competitive Request for Proposals to serve the needs of early-stage life science companies and boost New York's ability to capture and retain New York-bred life science innovation.IndieBio
JULY 19, 2018
WALL STREET JOURNAL – SOSV startup accelerator IndieBio is looking to open a location, preferably in Manhattan, next year.IndieBio
JUNE 8, 2018
CRUNCHBASE – SOSV, one of the most prolific seed and early-stage investors in the world, telegraphs plans to raise $250 million in fresh cash for startups.
APRIL 16, 2018
CRUNCHBASE – SOSV is a leading Seed investor in companies with at least one female founder.
MARCH 11, 2018
AGFUNDER - SOSV is recognized by AgFunder as the most active AgriFood Tech investor in 2017 in their latest research report.
FEBRUARY 4, 2018
PRINCETON INFO – Sean O’Sullivan runs some of world’s most successful startup accelerator programs, is a prize-winning filmmaker, spent time dodging bullets while running an NGO in Iraq at the height of the conflict there, was a singer in a rock band, and is the father of two and husband of a successful journalist. He is also credited with coming up with the phrase “cloud computing.” O’Sullivan started and runs SOSV, a collection of seven accelerators around the world.
DECEMBER 12, 2017
FORBES – “You can prototype anywhere but it takes a long time. Ninety percent of electronic components originate in Shenzhen,” says Duncan Turner, managing director of HAX.
NOVEMBER 21, 2017
ENGINEERS JOURNAL – Investor, philanthropist, innovator, inventor and all-round Renaissance man, Sean O’Sullivan is a man of many titles. The entrepreneur tells Barry Brophy why his electrical-engineering education was a privilege that afforded him the chance to change the world for the better.
NOVEMBER 2, 2017
PBS – When Sean O'Sullivan first imagined "cloud computing" as a way to run software not loaded onto a computer, the feedback he received was, "Why would you want to do that?" Now as an investor, it is that moment of disbelief that he finds to be the best starting point for conquering what seems off-limits. O'Sullivan offers his Brief but Spectacular take on making the impossible inevitable.