Marcin Hejka
Managing Director
Eastern Europe, Middle East, Africa and
Russia/CIS
IDCEE 2013
Strategic, Long Term Investor
Intel’s Global Investment and M&A Organization

Our Mission
Enhance Intel’s
strategic object...
A Proven Track Record of Engagement
Investments ranging from
$250,000 to $250 million+

Unparalleled network of Global
200...
Investing in a World of Possibilities
Mobility - New capabilities for Ultrabook™, tablet & mobile platforms, unique
mobile...
Consistent Investor
2012

64

New
Investments

$352

M*

32
57

7

New Investments
Outside N.America

% Dollars
Outside N....
Global Investment Footprint
$10.9 billion+ in 1294 Companies across 54 Countries

Intel Capital Invested
Intel Offices and...
Building Great Companies
We take an active role in helping our portfolio companies grow
Customer Introductions - Direct ac...
Solid History of Success
526 exits in 20+ year history: 202 IPOs & 324 companies
acquired

*Other marks and brands are pro...
Intel Capital
Central, Eastern Europe, Middle East, Africa,
Russia

Marcin
Hejka
Russia and
Ukraine

Igor
Taber

Maxim
Kra...
BACKUP SLIDES

11
Recent Accolades
Corporate Venture Unit of the Year, Global Corporate Venturing
Top Technology VC of 2012, Privco
#1 VC fo...
Global Investment Syndicate
Ready group of 30+ co-investors
Assistance in filling out rounds
Board members and advisors
Se...
Intel Capital Global Summit
Premier Technology Industry Networking Event
Meet and exchange ideas with business thought lea...
Intel Capital Technology Days
Connect with the right decision makers at the right companies

And an additional 100+
Global...
2012 Exits
35 portfolio companies exited in 2012: 28 via M&A & 7 via IPOs

*Other marks and brands are property of their r...
Intel Capital 2013
2013

18

New
Investments

$122

M*

8
42

Representative New Deals

* Number Includes New and Follow-o...
Building Technology Ecosystems
Investing Across Computing to Create New User Experience and
Services

Data Center &
Cloud
...
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Marcin Hejka participated in the IDCEE 2013 Panel "Agency model: new trend for VC smart money"

Marcin joined Intel Capital in 1999. Prior to Intel Capital Marcin was Investment Director at the Poland Growth Fund (1995-1999), Resident Polish Specialist at Banexi (1993) and Financial Analyst at Paribas Capital Markets Group (1990). Between 2004 and 2011 Marcin was also Vice President of the Polish Venture Capital and Private Equity Association the largest industry association in Central Eastern Europe. Marcin was a Board Member in iMall and Board Observer in AVG, Siveco, Nokta, Centrum.cz, Index.hu, WP.PL and Wind Mobile. He also served in Boards of Kredyt Bank (1997-1999) and Bank Komunalny (1995-1999), two Polish banks listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange, was Deputy Chairman of Dromex (1998-1999) the largest Polish road construction firm and since 2010 is a Board Member of Agora, a leading Polish media company listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. He has also invested in and managed exits from Wirtualna Polska (acquired by TPSA), Centrum.cz (acquired by Warburg Pincus), eTel (acquired by Austrian Telecom), Index.hu (acquired by jv of Vivendi), iMall (acquired by Naspers) and AVG (IPO on NYSE) and invested in Ru-Net/Yandex, Nokta and Wind Mobile.

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IDCEE 2013: Intel Capital Overview - Marcin Hejka (Managing Director @ Intel Capital Eastern Europe, Middle East, Afric and Russia)

  1. 1. Marcin Hejka Managing Director Eastern Europe, Middle East, Africa and Russia/CIS IDCEE 2013
  2. 2. Strategic, Long Term Investor Intel’s Global Investment and M&A Organization Our Mission Enhance Intel’s strategic objectives by making and managing financially attractive investments. Strategic Intel Capital Financial 2
  3. 3. A Proven Track Record of Engagement Investments ranging from $250,000 to $250 million+ Unparalleled network of Global 2000 companies Any stage of funding Resources beyond capital Lead or supporting investor Active board participation Agile decision-making New & follow-on rounds Investing $300 - $500 million per year in innovative companies 3
  4. 4. Investing in a World of Possibilities Mobility - New capabilities for Ultrabook™, tablet & mobile platforms, unique mobile graphics, imaging & video capabilities, mobile content & services, wireless technologies Software & Services – Technologies including services, cloud computing, big data analytics, security, embedded, visual computing and open source Enterprise – Data center & cloud infrastructure and services, servers, networking, storage, manageability, embedded and intelligent systems Consumer Internet - Online services and applications, e–commerce, social media, mobile web, and the associated enabling platforms Digital Media & Cross Platform Services – Content and video services, consumer electronics, advertising tech, educational tech, personal cloud Manufacturing & Labs – Fabrication materials and equipment, design automation tools, memory and storage technologies, and leading edge computing technologies based on exploratory research 4
  5. 5. Consistent Investor 2012 64 New Investments $352 M* 32 57 7 New Investments Outside N.America % Dollars Outside N. America 28 IPO S Acquired Historical 1,294 Companie s $10.9 B * Number Includes New and Follow-on Deals 54 37 Countries % Dollars Outside N. America 202 IPOS 324 Acquired Data as of June 30, 2013 5
  6. 6. Global Investment Footprint $10.9 billion+ in 1294 Companies across 54 Countries Intel Capital Invested Intel Offices and Intel Capital Invested $500m China Technology Fund II $250m India Technology Fund $50m Brazil Technology Fund $50m Middle East and Turkey Fund 6
  7. 7. Building Great Companies We take an active role in helping our portfolio companies grow Customer Introductions - Direct access to decision makers at Global 2000 companies Technology Expertise - Engineering, manufacturing and technology resources of Intel Company Building Insight - Strategic guidance and business expertise M&A Consulting – Advice from a team of experts on the exit market and exit opportunity evaluation Marketing Resources - On-the-ground teams with local market knowledge and connections 7
  8. 8. Solid History of Success 526 exits in 20+ year history: 202 IPOs & 324 companies acquired *Other marks and brands are property of their respective owners 8
  9. 9. Intel Capital Central, Eastern Europe, Middle East, Africa, Russia Marcin Hejka Russia and Ukraine Igor Taber Maxim Krasnykh Turkey, Middle East Baris Aksoy Czech, Slovak Rep., Hungary, Baltics Klaus Konrad Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, Balkans Sub Saharan Africa Maciej Zak Tobi Oke 9
  10. 10. BACKUP SLIDES 11
  11. 11. Recent Accolades Corporate Venture Unit of the Year, Global Corporate Venturing Top Technology VC of 2012, Privco #1 VC for quantity of pre-IPO portfolio companies, CB Insights Arvind Sodhani #2 on 2012 Powerlist 100, Global Corporate Venturing Intel Capital was the most successful tech venture firm in 2012 based on portfolio company exits, according to a report issued today by PrivCo, a provider of private-company data. Felicis Ventures and SV Angel were second and third, respectively, on the top-20 list. Sequoia Capital ranked fourth. Feb 19, 2013 Source: http://www.privco.com/top-20-venture-capital-firms-with-the-most-private-tech-company-exits-in-2012 12
  12. 12. Global Investment Syndicate Ready group of 30+ co-investors Assistance in filling out rounds Board members and advisors Select Syndicate Members: *Other marks and brands are property of their respective owners 13
  13. 13. Intel Capital Global Summit Premier Technology Industry Networking Event Meet and exchange ideas with business thought leaders and potential partners from Fortune 2000 companies 1810+ Connect meetings at the 2012 Intel Capital Global Summit 2013 Global Summit: October 21-23, San Diego, California 14
  14. 14. Intel Capital Technology Days Connect with the right decision makers at the right companies And an additional 100+ Global 2000 Brands… *Other marks and brands are property of their respective owners 15
  15. 15. 2012 Exits 35 portfolio companies exited in 2012: 28 via M&A & 7 via IPOs *Other marks and brands are property of their respective owners 16
  16. 16. Intel Capital 2013 2013 18 New Investments $122 M* 8 42 Representative New Deals * Number Includes New and Follow-on Deals *Other marks and brands are property of their respective owners New Investments Outside N.America 2 7 % Dollars Outside N. America IPO Acquired Exits Data as of June 30, 2013 17
  17. 17. Building Technology Ecosystems Investing Across Computing to Create New User Experience and Services Data Center & Cloud Services PC Ultrabook Tablet & Smartphone Intelligent Systems $300m Ultrabook Fund $100m Connected Car Fund $100m Experiences and Perceptual Computing Fund 18

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