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Notable firms

Below is a list of notable venture capital firms.

Name Location Year established Partners Industries of focus Assets under management
Accel Partners Palo Alto, California 1983 Andrew Braccia, Sameer Gandhi, Ping Li, Ryan Sweeney, Rich Wong Technology $6,000M[1]
Actua Corporation Wayne, Pennsylvania 1996 (announced dissolution 2018)[2] Ken Fox and Walter Buckley Internet $535M
Advanced Technology Ventures Waltham, Massachusetts 1979 Dr. Thaddeus (Teddy) F. Walkowicz, Dr. Ivan Sutherland, George Kokkinakis and Dr. Robert Loewy IT, Healthcare & Cleantech $1,800 M
Andreessen Horowitz Menlo Park, California 2009 Marc Andreessen and Ben Horowitz Internet $2,700 M[citation needed]
Atlas Venture Cambridge, Massachusetts 1984 Jeff Fagnan, Fred Destin and Ryan Moore Technology $1,000 M
Atomico Ventures London; Sao Paulo; Beijing; Tokyo 2006 Niklas Zennstrom, Geoffrey Prentice,[3] Mattias Ljungman, Hiro Tamura Technology €200 M
August Capital Menlo Park, California[4] 1995[citation needed]

Eric Carlborg, Howard Hartenbaum, David Hornik, John Johnston, Tripp Jones, David Marquardt, Vivek Mehra, Jeffrey Bloom

Early Stage Venture Capital, SAAS, Internet, & Information Technology, Software[4] $2,500 M[citation needed]
Austin Ventures Austin, Texas[5] 1979[6]

Joe Aragona, Garett Polanco, Ken DeAngelis, Chris Pacitti, John Thornton, Thomas Ball, Mike Dodd, Vernon Bryant, Adam Dell, Clark Jernigan, Scott Donaldson

Early Stage Venture Capital, New Media, Internet, & Information Services, Software, Texas Middle Market[5] $3,900 M[5]
Avalon Ventures La Jolla, CA; Cambridge, Massachusetts 1983 Kevin Kinsella, Richard Levandov, Jay Lichter and Braden Bohrmann Information Technology and Bio Technology $800M
Azure Capital Partners San Francisco 2000 Paul Ferris, Mike Kwatinetz, Cameron Lester, Paul Weinstein Communications, Consumer, Enterprise, Internet, IT Infrastructure $330M
Bain Capital Ventures Boston 1984 Ajay Agarwal, Jeff Crisan, Scott Friend, Jeffrey Glass, Michael Krupka, James Nahirny, J. Benjamin Nye, Jeffrey Schwartz (Managing Directors) Infrastructure Software and Services, Communications, New Media, Business Services, Healthcare $1,400 M[7]
Balderton Capital London 2007 (formerly Benchmark Europe: independent since 2007) Barry Maloney, Bernard Liautaud, Mark Evans, Tim Bunting (General Partners) Enterprise Software, New Media, Business Services $2,300M[8]
Battery Ventures Waltham, Massachusetts; Menlo Park, California; Herzliya 1983 Neeraj Agrawal, Michael Brown, Tom Crotty, Ollie Curme, Sunil Dhaliwal, Rick Frisbie, Morgan Jones, Ken Lawler, Roger Lee, Dave Tabors, Scott Tobin(Managing Directors)[9] Internet & Digital Media, Financial & Information Services, Clean Tech, Software, Semiconductors & Components, Infrastructure Technologies, Communication Services, Industrial Technologies $4,000M[10]
Benchmark Capital Menlo Park, California 1995 Neel Das (executive officer) Technology & Financial Services $2,300 M[citation needed]
Bessemer Venture Partners Menlo Park, California; Larchmont, New York; Boston; Herzliya; Mumbai[11] 1911[11] David Cowan, Rob Chandra, Rob Stavis, Ed Colloton, Robert Goodman (managing partners) Cleantech, Cloud Computing, Data Security, Financial Services,

Healthcare, India Opportunities, Israel Opportunities, Online Retail[11]

$2,500 M
Binary Capital San Francisco, California 2014 Jonathan Teo, Justin Caldbeck Consumer Technology $300M
BGF (Business Growth Fund) United Kingdom & Ireland 2011 Stephen Welton, Sir Nigel Rudd Business & Professional Services, Construction & Infrastructure, Energy, Healthcare & Education, Hospitality & Leisure, Manufacturing & Engineering, Retail & Consumer, Tech, Media & Digital £2,500M[12]
CapitalG San Francisco 2013 David Lawee, Laela Sturdy, Gene Frantz, Gretchen Howard[13] Machine learning, transportation, Technology
Charles River Ventures Menlo Park, California; Boston 1970 Bill Tai, George Zachary, et al. (general partners) Technology $2,100 M[14]
Clearstone Venture Partners Santa Monica, California; Menlo Park, California; Mumbai 1998[15] Bill Elkus, Jim Armstrong, Erik Lassila, William Quigley, Sumant Mandal (managing directors) Internet, consumer, communications, software $650 M[15]
Columbus Nova Technology Partners Menlo Park, California 2012 Mohsen Moazami, Andrew Intrater, Jason Epstein, Bob Ghoorah, Yaron Eitan, Edmundo Gonzalez Technology
Crosslink Capital San Francisco 1999 Sy Kaufman, Michael Stark, Tom Bliska, Jim Feuille, Dan Myers Internet & Digital Media, Computing & Semiconductors, Software & Business Services, Energy Technologies, Communication Services & Infrastructure $1,800M
CrunchFund San Francisco 2011 Michael Arrington, Patrick Gallagher, MG Siegler Mobile, Curated Web, Software, Bitcoin, Information Security, Enterprise, SaaS $59M
DAG Ventures Palo Alto, California 2001 John M. Duff Jr., R. Thomas Goodrich, Young J. Chung, John J. Cadeddu (managing directors) Energy, Information Technology, Life Sciences $500M+[citation needed]
Digital Sky Technologies Moscow 2005 Yuri Milner (managing partner) Internet
Draper Fisher Jurvetson Menlo Park, California 1985 Tim Draper, John H. N. Fisher, and Steve Jurvetson Technology and Technology Services $5,000M
Elevation Partners New York City 2004 Roger McNamee, Marc Bodnick, Fred Anderson, John Riccitiello, Bono Intellectual property, Media and Entertainment $1,900M[16]
EQT Ventures Stockholm, San Francisco, Amsterdam, London, Luxembourg 2015 Hjalmer Windbladh, Kees Koolen, Lars Jörnow Information Technology, Internet, Artificial Intelligence, Consumer, Enterprise $600M
ff Venture Capital New York City[citation needed] 1999[17] John Frankel, Alex Katz, Ryan Armbrust, Adam Plotkin, Michael Faber Artificial Intelligence, Cybersecurity, Drones, Robotics, Fintech, Insurtech, EdTech, Consumer Mobile, Marketplaces $150M+
Fidelity Ventures Boston 1970 Rob Ketterson Information Technology $1,500M
FirstMark Capital New York City 2008 Rick Heitzmann, Amish Jani, Lawrence Lenihan, and Matt Turck[18] Technology, Internet
First Round Capital Philadelphia 2004 Josh Kopelman, Chris Fralic, Rob Hayes and Howard L. Morgan Information Technology, Internet
Flybridge Capital Partners Boston 2001 David Aronoff, Jeff Bussgang, Chip Hazard and Jesse Middleton Consumer, Healthcare, Energy and Information Technology $625M
Foundation Capital Menlo Park, California 1995 Bill Elmore, Kathryn Gould, Jim Anderson Information Technology, Consumer Product, Clean Technology $2,400M
The Founders Fund San Francisco 2005 Peter Thiel, Ken Howery Information Technology, Emerging Technologies & Space Exploration $1,000M
Galen Partners Stamford, Connecticut 1990 David Jahns, Zubeen Shroff, Bruce F. Wesson, John Wilkerson Healthcare Technology, Medical Devices, Specialty Pharmaceuticals $1,000 M[19]
GE Ventures Menlo Park, California 2013 Healthcare, energy, software, advanced manufacturing
General Catalyst Cambridge, Massachusetts; Palo Alto, California 2000 Larry Bohn, Joel Cutler, David Fialkow, Bill Fitzgerald, Steve Herrod, David Orfao, Neil Sequeira, Brian Shortsleeve, Hemant Taneja, and Jonathan Teo Information technology, clean energy, software and new media $2,000 M +
Genesis Partners Herzliya 1996 Eddy Shalev, Eyal Kishon[20] Finance, Internet, mobile, technology $600 M
GGV Capital Menlo Park, California; Shanghai 2000 Jixun Foo, Zhuo Fumin, Jenny Lee, Hany Nada, Thomas Ng, Jeff Richards, Glenn Solomon[21] Internet and digital media, cloud/SaaS, mobile, and China consumer $1,600 M[21]
Granite Ventures San Francisco[22] 1992[22] Tom Furlong, Chris Hollenbeck, Sam Kingsland, Chris McKay, Standish O'Grady, Eric Zimits, Jackie Berterretche, Savinay Berry, Brian Panoff, Len Rand[22] Technology $1,000 M[22]
Greycroft New York City, Los Angeles[23] 2006 Dana Settle, Ian Sigalow, John Elton, Dylan Pearce, Mark Terbeek, Ellie Wheeler AdTech, Commerce, Data & AI, Fintech, Gaming, Healthcare IT, Martech, Publishing, Software $1.3B[24]
Greylock Partners Cambridge, Massachusetts; San Mateo, California; Israel; India 1965 Aneel Bhusri, Asheem Chandna, Reid Hoffman, James Slavet, David Sze, Bill Helman, Bill Kaiser, Arvin Babu Consumer Internet, Enterprise IT, and clean tech $2,000M
GV Mountain View, California 2009 Bill Maris, David Crane, Joe Kraus, and Rich Miner Internet, software, and hardware to clean-tech, bio-tech, and health care $1,600M
Harris & Harris Group New York City 1981 Manuel A. Henriquez, Scott Harvey Nanotechnology & Microsystems $150M
HealthCap Stockholm, Oslo and Lausanne 1996 Björn Odlander,[25] Peder Fredrikson,[26] Johan Christenson, M.D., Ph.D., Staffan Lindstrand, Per Samuelsson, Jacob Gunterberg, Anki Forsberg, Eugen Steiner, M.D., Ph.D., Carl-Johan Dalsgaard, M.D, Ph.D., Mårten Steen, M.D., Ph.D., Jonas Hansson Life Sciences, Pharmaceuticals, Medical Technology, Biotechnology, BioMedicine $1,000M[27]
Highland Capital Partners Boston; Menlo Park, California; Geneva Switzerland and Shanghai China 1988 Sean Dalton, Bob Davis, Bob Higgins, Paul Maeder, Dan Nova Consumer, Healthcare, Info & Comm Technology and Internet & Digital Media $3,000M
Horizons Ventures Hong Kong 2009 Li Ka-shing, Solina Chau, Jason Wong Technology $150M
IDG Ventures San Francisco; Shanghai; Bangalore 1995 Pat Kenealy, Alex Rosen, Phil Sanderson, Qi Feng, Sudhir Sethi Information Technology, Healthcare $6,800M[28]
In-Q-Tel Arlington, Virginia 1999 Gilman Louie, Christopher A. R. Darby, Bruce Adams, Michael M. Crow, & Paul G. Kaminiski Software, Infrastructure and Materials Sciences $200M (Non-Profit)[29]
Index Ventures London; Geneva; Jersey; 1996 Ben Holmes, Bernard Dalle, Danny Rimer, David Rimer, Dom Vidal, Francesco De Rubertis, Giuseppe Zocco, Kevin Johnson, Michele Ollier, Neil Rimer, Saul Klein Consumer Internet, Communications, Media, Enterprise IT, Clean Tech, Biotech €1,500 M
Initialized Capital New York City 2011 Garry Tan, Harjeet Taggar Mobile, Software, Design $46.15 M
Innovacom Paris, Marseilles 1988 Jerome Faul, Vincent Deltrieu, Frederic Humbert Digital transformation €150 M
Insight Venture Partners New York City 1995 Larry Handen, Hilary Gosher, Jeff Horing, Jeff Lieberman, Jerry Murdock, Nikitas Koutoupes, Deven Parekh, Peter Sobiloff, Mike Triplett, Richard Wells Ryan Hinkle Software and Internet $7,600 M[30]
Intel Capital Santa Clara, California[31] 1991[31] Cleantech, Computing, Consumer Internet, Digital Home and Digital Media, Manufacturing and Memory, Mobility, Software and Services[31] $9,800 M[31]
Intellectual Ventures Bellevue, Washington 2000 Nathan Myhrvold and Edward Jung Intellectual Property, Patents $5,000 M
Institutional Venture Partners Menlo Park, California 1980 Reid Dennis, Todd Chaffee, Norm Fogelsong Internet & Digital Media, Enterprise IT and Mobile & Communications $2,900M
Iona Capital London 2011 Nick Ross, Mike Dunn Renewable Energy-BioEnergy sector
Israel Cleantech Ventures Ramat HaSharon, Israel 2006 Glen Schwaber, Jack Levy, and Meir Ukeles Clean Technology $75M
Jerusalem Venture Partners Jerusalem; New York City; Los Angeles; Paris 1993 Erel Margalit, Kobi Rozengarten & Gadi Tirosh Media, Internet, Mobile, Communications, Enterprise software and Semiconductors $900M[32]
Jubilee Capital Management Singapore; Beijing; United States; Israel 2015 Stanley Zhang Xiangdong, Gan Fong Jek, George Gong Financial Services, Travel, Urban, Lifestyle $100M[33]
JMI Equity Baltimore 1992 Harry Gruner, Charlie Noell, Paul Barber, Brad Woloson, Peter Arrowsmith, Bob Smith & Chuck Dieveney Software, Internet, Business Services & Healthcare IT $2,100M
Kapor Capital California 2006 Mitch Kapor, Benjamin Jealous, Ellen Pao Seed Stage Tech Startup $100M
Khosla Ventures Menlo Park, California 2004 Vinod Khosla Alternative energy, internet, computing, mobile, silicon technology $1,300M+
Kleiner Perkins Menlo Park, California; Shanghai; Beijing 1972 Brook Byers, Mary Meeker, John Doerr Alternative energy, technology & Life Sciences $1,500M[34]
Lightbank Chicago 2010 Eric Lefkofsky Disruptive technology
Lighter Capital Seattle, Washington 2010 Community Investment Management (CIM) Tech Startups, SaaS $100 M[35]
Lightspeed Venture Partners Menlo Park, California; New Delhi; Beijing; Shanghai; Herzliya Pituah[36] 1971[37] Justin Caldbeck, Ron Cao, Yoni Cheifetz, Barry Eggers, Dev Khare, David Gussarsky, Jeremy Liew, Ravi Mhatre, James Mi, Peter Nieh, Eric O'Brien, Chris Schaepe, Jake Seid, Bejul Somaia, John Vrionis[36] Consumer and business networking applications to networking, from computing infrastructure to Cleantech[36] $2,000 M[36]
Lux Capital New York City 2000 Josh Wolfe, Peter Hébert, Robert Paull Emerging technologies, Physical & Life Sciences $350M
Matrix Partners Boston; New York City; Palo Alto, California; Herzliya; Mumbai; Beijing; Shanghai 1977 Tim Barrows, Nick Beim, Phyllis Doherty, Josh Hannah, Stan Reiss, Paul Ferri, Bob Lisbonne, Antonio Rodriguez, Hardi Meybaum, Shirish Sathaye, David Skok, Rob Soni, Dana Stalder, Andy Verhalen Software, communications, hardware, Internet, consumer, semiconductors, clean tech, wireless Latest fund $600 M in 2009
Maveron Seattle; San Francisco 1998 Dan Levitan, Jason Stoffer, David Wu, Anarghya Vardhana, Cat Lee, Pete McCormick, Elise Hebb[38] Consumer, Internet, education, wellness $1,000 M
Mayfield Fund Menlo Park, California 1969 James Beck, Navin Chaddha, Tim Chang, Yogen Dalal, Robin Vasan (managing directors) Consumer, mobile, applications, infrastructure, Energytech, semiconductors $2,400 M
Menlo Ventures Menlo Park, California 1976 H. DuBose Montgomery, Doug Carlisle, Sonja Hoel Perkins (managing directors) Information technology $4,000 M
Meritech Capital Partners Palo Alto, California 1999 Rob Ward, Paul Madera, George Bischof, Craig Sherman, Mike Gordon, and Max Motschwiller Communications, Software, Enterprise Infrastructure, Semiconductors, Consumer Internet and Medical $2,600 M
Morgenthaler Ventures Menlo Park, California 1968 Robert Bellas, Jim Broderick, Ralph Christoffersen, Gary Little, Rebecca Lynn, Gary Morgenthaler, Bob Pavey, Hank Plain Technology and Life Science $3,000M
New Enterprise Associates Menlo Park, California; Chevy Chase, MD; New York, NY; Beijing, China; Shanghai, China; Bangalore, India; Mumbai, India and Boston, MA 1978 Peter Barris, Scott Sandell, Forest Baskett, Tony Florence, Patrick Kerins, Et. Al. Information Technology, Healthcare and Energy Technology $17,000M[39]
Norwest Venture Partners Palo Alto, California; San Francisco, California; Herzliya; Mumbai; Bangalore 1961 Promod Haque (senior managing partner), Jeffrey Crowe, Jon Kossow (managing partners) Consumer, Web, cloud and information technology infrastructure, SaaS, healthcare $6,000 M; $1,500 M latest fund[40]
Oak Investment Partners Westport, Connecticut; Palo Alto, California; Minneapolis 1978 Bandel Carano, Ed Glassmeyer, Fred Harman, Ann Lamont (managing partners) Information Technology and Healthcare $8,400M
OpenOcean Helsinki; London; Amsterdam 2008 Patrik Backmann, Tom Henriksson, Ralf Wahlsten, Michael "Monty" Widenius Software companies $100 M
Polaris Partners Boston; San Francisco; Dublin 1996 Dave Barrett, Brian Chee, Alan Crane, Peter Flint, Jon Flint, John Gannon, Terry McGuire, Amir Nashat, Noel Ruane, Alan Spoon, Jason Trevisan, Bryce Youngren (general partners) Technology, Healthcare, Consumer $3,500M
Radius Ventures New York City 1997 Jordan S. Davis, Daniel C. Lubin Healthcare, Life Sciences $200M
Redpoint Ventures Menlo Park, California 1999 Allen Beasley, Jeff Brody, Satish Dharmaraj, Tom Dyal, Tim Haley, Brad Jones, Nety Krishna, Chris Moore, Lars Pedersen, Scott Raney, John

Walecka, Geoff Yang, Marjorie Yang, David Yuan and Vivian Yuan

Early stage information technology $2,000 M
Revolution LLC Washington D.C. 2005 Steve Case, Donn Davis, and Tige Savage Healthcare, living and digital, resorts, and financial services sectors $450M[41]
Rho Ventures New York City
Montreal
1981 Habib Kairouz, Mark Leschly, Joshua Ruch (Managing Partners) New Media, Information Technology & Communications, Cleantech, Healthcare $2,500 M[42]
Rothenberg Ventures San Francisco 2012 Mike Rothenberg Technology $30M[43]
Scale Venture Partners Foster City, California 2000 Kate Mitchell, Rory O'Driscoll, Sharon Wienbar, Lou Bock, Mark Brooks, Rob Herb, Rob Theis, Stacey Bishop, Andy Vitus Cloud, Internet, Mobile, SaaS $1,000M[44]
Sequoia Capital Menlo Park, California; Beijing; Shanghai; Hong Kong 1972 Kui Zhou (principal), Don Valentine (founder), Neil Shen (founding managing partner), Michael Moritz Components, systems, software and services $4,000M[45]
Sevin Rosen Funds Dallas; Palo Alto, California; Austin, Texas[46] 1981[46] Jon Bayless, Steve Domenik, Steve Dow, Dave McLean, Al Schuele, Charles Phipps, John Jaggers, Jackie Kimzey, John Oxaal, Nick Sturiale (general partners) Technology $1,600 M [47]
Social Capital Palo Alto, California 2011 Chamath Palihapitiya, Mamoon Hamid, Ted Maidenberg Healthcare, financial services, education $1,200M
Sofinnova Ventures Menlo Park, California; San Diego 1974 Mike Powell PhD, Jim Healy MD/PhD, Garheng Kong MD/PhD, Srini Akkaraju MD/PhD, Anand Mehra MD, Eric Buatois, Brian Wilcove, (general partners) Life Sciences, Technology $1,400M[48]
SoftTech VC Palo Alto, California 2004 Jeff Clavier Next-Gen Commerce & Social Media, Mobile Services & Infrastructure, Cloud Services & Infrastructure, Search & Monetization, Gaming $70M
Spark Capital Boston 2005 Todd Dagres, Santo Politi, Bijan Sabet, Alex Finkelstein, Mo Koyfman, Paul Conway, Andrew Parker, Megan Quinn Internet-based Advertising & Monetization, Commerce & Services, Cloud & Infrastructure, Social, Mobile and Content $2,000M[49]
Tenaya Capital Menlo Park, California; Boston 2009 Tom Banahan, Ben Boyer, Stewart Gollmer, Brian Melton, Brian Paul High Technology: Software, Semiconductors, Consumer Internet, Communications $1,000M[50]
Third Rock Ventures Boston 2006 Kevin Starr, Mark Levin Healthcare & Biotechnology $1,300M[51]
Toba Capital Newport Beach, California 2012 Vinnie Smith Software and technology services $35M (2016)[52]
Union Square Ventures New York City 2005 Fred Wilson, Brad Burnham, Albert Wenger, John Buttrick, Andy Weissman Technology
U.S. Venture Partners Menlo Park, California[53] 1981[53] Irwin Federman, Winston Fu, Steve Krausz, Paul Matteucci, Jonathan Root, Casey Tansey, Mamoon Hamid, Alan Kaganov, Larry Lasky, Rick Lewis, Ted Maidenberg, Chris Rust, Geoffrey Baehr, Jacques Benkoski, John Hadl, David Liddle, Phil Schlein, Phil Young[53] Energy-related products and services, semiconductors, Web-enabled services, storage, wireless communication, sustainable agriculture, biomedical devices and new drugs[53] $2,700 M[53]
VantagePoint Venture Partners San Bruno, California 1996 Alan E. Salzman, Jim Marver Cleantech, information technology, healthcare $4,500 M
Venrock Palo Alto, California[54] 1969[54] Brian Ascher, Fred Aslan, Mike Brooks, Marissa Campise, Tony Evnin, Steve Goldberg, Steve Goldby, Anders Hove, Bob Kocher, Bong Koh, Spencer Maughan, Matthew M.Nordan, David Pakman, Bruce Pasternack, William Rastetter, Bryan Roberts, Gur Roshwalb, Ray Rothrock, Matthew Trevithick, Mike Tyrrell[54] Information technology, healthcare and energy[54] $2,600 M[54]
Viola Ventures Herzliya 2000 Shlomo Dovrat, Avi Zeevi, Rina Shainski, Ori Bendori, Ronen Nir Software, Internet, Networking and Wireless technologies $620 M[55]
Wellington Partners Venture Capital Munich 1991 Rolf Christof Dienst, Frank Böhnke Technology, Digital Media, Life Sciences $700 M under management[56]

Assets under management and dry powder

Shown below are the largest venture capital firms by AUM and dry powder from 2007 - 2017 from the Preqin Venture Report. [57]

Rank Firm Headquarters 10-Year Capital Raised ($MM) Dry Powder ($MM)
1. United States Tiger Global Management New York City, NY 11968 3218
2. United States New Enterprise Associates Menlo Park, CA 8230 1212
3. United States Sequoia Capital Menlo Park, CA 7865 2173
4. Hong Kong DST Global Hong Kong 7195 1907
5. United States Kleiner Perkins Menlo Park, CA 7115 1843
6. United States Andreesen Horowitz Menlo Park, CA 5502 2164
7. United States Accel Partners Palo Alto, CA 5454 3828
8. China IDG Capital Beijing 5042 1028
9. United States / United Kingdom Index Ventures London / San Francisco, CA 4738 1368
10. United States Lightspeed Venture Partners Menlo Park, CA 4569 1844
11. China Shanghai DOBE Cultural & Creative Industry Development Shanghai 4207 410
12. United States Bessemer Venture Partners Larchmont, NY 4200 1681
13. United States Institutional Venture Partners Menlo Park, CA 3750 732
14. United States Deerfield Management New York City, NY 3650 1099
15. United States Founders Fund San Francisco, CA 3395 1603
16. United States Healthcare Royalty Partners Stamford, CT 3250 1376
17. China Nanjing Zijin Investment Nanjing 3200 512
18. United States GGV Capital Menlo Park, CA 3022 1030
19. United States Greylock Partners Menlo Park, CA 3017 1124
20. United States Matrix Partners Cambridge, MA 2972 742

Deal flow

Shown below are the largest venture capital firms by deal flow at different growth stages. [58]

Angel and seed

Rank Firm Headquarters Number of Deals
1. United States Plug and Play Tech Center Sunnyvale, CA 105
2. United States 500 Startups Mountain View, CA 88
3. Republic of Ireland Enterprise Ireland Dublin 66
4. United States Y Combinator Mountain View, CA 47
5. United Kingdom Startup Funding Club London 44
6. Singapore Hatcher Plus Singapore 41
7. United States SOSV Princeton, NJ 39
8. United States Alumni Ventures Group Boston, MA 33
8. United States Innovation Works Pittsburgh, PA 33
10. Austria Speedinvest Vienna 31

Early stage

Rank Firm Headquarters Number of Deals
1. United States 500 Startups Mountain View, CA 113
2. United States Keiretsu Forum San Francisco, CA 98
3. United States Alumni Ventures Group Boston, MA 68
4. United States Y Combinator San Francisco, CA 66
5. United States Plug and Play Tech Center Sunnyvale, CA 60
6. Republic of Ireland Enterprise Ireland Dublin 57
7. United States New Enterprise Associates Menlo Park, CA 57
8. United States GGV Capital Menlo Park, CA 54
9. United States SOSV Princeton, NJ 51
10. United States Andreesen Horowitz Menlo Park, CA 49

Late stage

Rank Firm Headquarters Number of Deals
1. United States New Enterprise Associates Menlo Park, CA 56
2. United States Accel Partners Palo Alto, CA 52
3. United States Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers Menlo Park, CA 43
3. United States Bessemer Venture Partners Menlo Park, CA 43
5. United States GV Mountain View, CA 37
6. United States Tiger Global Management New York City, NY 36
6. United States Sequoia Capital Menlo Park, CA 36
8. United States Insight Venture Partners New York City, NY 35
9. United States Alumni Ventures Group Boston, MA 33
9. United States Salesforce Ventures San Francisco, CA 33

See also

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