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List of venture capital firms

List of venture capital firms
Below is a list of notable Venture capital firms.

[1] Canaan Partners [2] Charles River Ventures [3] Insight Venture Partners Closes Sixth Fund [4] KPCB [5] Venture Capital Funding — Sequoia Capital [6] Tenaya Capital [7] Wellington Partners Venture Capital


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Name Location Founding Managing date Partners/ Directors 1980 2006 Barry Fidelman Nicholas Chan, Soon Choo Teck, Lee Keh Sai

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Specialty Capital managed $2.0B

Atlas Venture Azione Capital

Waltham, MA Singapore

Technology and Life Sciences Interactive digital media, mobile communications, wireless technology, energy, maritime

Benchmark Menlo Park, 1995 CA Capital Bessemer Venture Partners Menlo Park, 1911 CA; Larchmont, NY; Boston, MA; Herzliya, Israel; Mumbai, India; Menlo Park, 1987 CA; Westport, CT; Gurgaon, India; Herzliya, Israel

Neel Das (ex- Technology & Financial ecutive Services officer) David Cowan, Technology & Services Rob Chandra, Rob Stavis, Ed Colloton, Robert Goodman (managing partners) Eric Young, Technology and Deepak Healthcare Kamra, John Balen, Maha Ibrahim, Brent Ahrens, Wende Hutton, Stephen Bloch (general partners) Bill Tai, GeTechnology orge Zachary, et. al (general partners)



Canaan Partners

$2.3B [1]

Charles River Ventures

Menlo Park, 1970 CA; New York, NY

$2.1B [2]

Clearstone Santa Mon- 1998 ica, CA; Venture Menlo Park, Partners CA; Mumbai, India

Bill Elkus, Jim Internet, consumer, com- $650M Armstrong, munications, software Erik Lassila, William Quigley, Sumant Mandal (managing directors) Timothy C. Draper Technology and Technology Services $3.5B

Draper Fisher Jurvetson Enterprise Partners

Menlo Park, 1985 CA San Diego, CA 1985

Jim Berglund, Technology and Life Bob Conn, Sciences PhD, Carl Eibl, Drew Senyei, Kleanthis



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Xanthopoulos, PhD (managing directors) Fidelity Ventures Highland Capital Partners Boston, MA 1970 Rob Ketterson Sean Dalton, Bob Davis, Bob Higgins, Paul Maeder, Dan Nova

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Information Technology


Boston, MA; 1988 Menlo Park, CA; Geneva Switzerland and Shanghai China New York, NY 1995

Consumer, Healthcare, $3.0B Info & Comm Technology and Internet & Digital Media

Insight Venture Partners

Larry Software and Internet Handen, Jeff Horing, Jeff Lieberman, Ben Levin, George McCulloch, Jerry Murdock, Deven Parekh, Peter Sobiloff, Mike Triplett Brook Byers Alternative energy, technology & Life Sciences


Menlo Park, 1972 Kleiner, CA Perkins, Caufield & Byers Mayfield Fund Menlo Park, 1969 CA


James Beck, Wireless, Consumer, Navin Software, Chaddha, Yo- Semiconductors gen Dalal, Kevin Fong, Raj Kapoor, David Ladd, Allen Morgan, Janice Roberts, Robin Vasan (managing directors) Peter Barris Information Technology and Healthcare


New Enter- Menlo Park, 1978 CA; Balprise Associates timore, MD & Reston, VA 1978 Oak Invest- Westport, CT; Palo ment Alto, CA; Partners Minneapolis, MN


Bandel Information Technology Carano, Ed and Healthcare Glassmeyer, Fred Harman, Ann Lamont



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(managing partners) Point Judith Capital Providence, RI 2001

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Sean Marsh, Communications, InterDavid Martir- net, Healthcare and ano, Gina Rai- Software mondo (general partners) Maury Domengeaux, Randall Meals, Steve Schlossareck (Managing Directors) Secondary Venture Capital (acquire existing corporate and venture portfolios). Investment Focus: Emerging Technologies such as Video and Imaging; Networking and Mobility; Data Management, Services and Security; Storage Components and Systems; Enterprise Applications


Quicksilver Saratoga, CA Ventures


$ Evergreen, portfolio acquisition value from $1m $250m

Scottish Equity Partners

London, UK; 1991 Glasgow, Scotland

Calum Pater- Information Technology, son Healthcare and Energy (Managing technology Partner), Andrew Davison, Brian Kerr, Gary Le Sueur, Fearghal Ó Ríordaín, Stuart Paterson, David Sneddon, Richard Sparrow Kui Zhou Components, Systems, (principal), Software and Services Don Valentine (founder), Neil Shen (founding managing partner) Jon Bayless, Technology Steve Domenik, Steve Dow, Dave McLean, Al Schuele, Charles Phipps, John Jaggers, Jackie Kimzey, John Oxaal, Nick Sturiale


Sequoia Capital

Menlo Park, 1972 CA

$4.0B [5]

Sevin Rosen Funds

Dallas, TX; Palo Alto, CA; Austin, TX; San Diego, CA




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(general partners) Sigma Partners Boston, MA; 1984 Menlo Park, CA; San Ramon, CA

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Robert DaIT: Software, Hardware, voli, Semiconductors Lawrence Finch, Gregory Gretsch, Clifford Haas, John Mandile, Mark Pine, Peter Solvik, Bob Spinner, Wade Woodson (managing directors) Tom Banahan, Ben Boyer, Stewart Gollmer, Brian Melton, Brian Paul Erik Hagen, Harald Jeremiassen, Jostein Vik, Joar Welde, Shane McElroy High Technology: Software, Semiconductors, Consumer Internet, Communications


Tenaya Capital

Menlo Park, 2009 CA; Boston, MA

$1.0B [6]

Viking Venture



Electronics, Software, Oil Unknown & Gas, Materials, Clean Gechnology

Wellington Munich, Germany Partners Venture Capital


Rolf Christof Technology, Digital MeDienst, Frank dia, Life Sciences Böhnke

$700M under management [7]

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