Technology Crossover Ventures (TCV), founded in 1995, is a leading provider of growth capital to technology companies, providing funds to later-stage private and public companies. With $7.7 billion in capital under management, TCV has invested in over 150 technology companies leading to 50 initial public offerings and more than 40 strategic sales or mergers.
Norwest Venture Partners (NVP) is a global firm that makes early- to late-stage venture and growth equity investments across a wide range of sectors. The firm manages more than $3.7 billion in capital and has funded over 500 companies since inception.
Established in 1991, the role of the Stanford Management Company (SMC) is to invest and manage Stanford University’s endowment and other financial assets. Their goal is to provide financial support for the continued strength of Stanford University.
Trinity Ventures is a boutique early-stage venture firm with an unwavering dedication to their entrepreneurs. They do not operate global mega funds. They don’t have offices in China (or anywhere else outside Silicon Valley, for that matter). They are company builders, not company flippers.
U.S. Venture Partners has helped build great companies for nearly three decades. Since its inception in 1981, USVP has invested more than $2.4 billion in more than 420 companies. USVP’s partners work diligently and consistently with early-stage companies, many of which have become industry leaders.
Voyager Capital is a leading Pacific Northwest venture capital firm with offices in Seattle, Portland, and California. Its focus is on early- and growth-stage companies. Voyager’s investment strategy is designed to support entrepreneurs through critical execution hurdles, such as developing effective market strategies and building high performance teams.