Leyden Ventures is an investment and strategic management technology advisory firm. We invest in promising companies, offer hands on product and operational management, board-advisory support for major media-oriented organizations and startups, as well as international venture eco-system development services to government and corporate innovation arms.
The Leyden jar was the first means of storing an electric charge which then could be discharged at the experimenter's will. It is named after the Dutch city of Leiden where Pieter van Musschenbroek invented the device in 1745. It is by far our favorite invention, as it underpins all of modern computing.