MK Capital

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MK Capital is a $250 million venture capital fund with headquarters in Chicago and offices in Los Angeles and Ann Arbor . MK Capital offers multi-stage growth equity and venture capital to companies in the following sectors: digital media, data center automation, application software, education technology, and technology-enabled services. Representative investments include: Movieclips, HealthiNation, Machinama, BladeLogic, Kontiki, TopSchool, and Playcast Media.[1]

On May 5, 2008, MK Capital announced it had completed the acquisition of Kontiki from VeriSign.[2][3]

On April 22, 2011, MK Capital announced that it has sold Smoothstone IP Communications, founded by Jeff Wellemeyer, to West Corporation for $120 million.[4]