Founded in 1998, e.ventures is the first tech-enabled global venture capital firm. With $1.6bn under management, e.ventures invests in consumer and software companies from early to growth stage. The firm is headquartered in San Francisco and Berlin with global partners in Beijing, Tokyo and Sao Paulo. e.ventures has combined their extensive, truly global network with local experience and insight to support over 200 startups globally with notable US investments including Sonos, Angie's List, TheRealReal, Shipt, Segment, NGINX, GoPuff, and Acorns and European investments including FarFetch, Deposit Solutions, CityDeal/Groupon, Natural Cycles, Blinkist, and Asana Rebel.
Triventures is a venture capital fund that invests in disruptive medical devices and digital health companies that impact the quality and cost of healthcare. Triventures support ventures in areas such as big data, artificial intelligence, and cybersecurity for healthcare as well as medical device companies in the fields of cardiovascular, orthopedics, robotics and ophthalmology. The fund is based in Israel and Silicon Valley and has strong partnerships with medical device manufacturers, healthcare providers, and consumer electronics companies which enable it to contribute significant value to its portfolio companies when commercially integrating into markets.
Clairvest, a leader in the Canadian private equity industry for more than 30 years, manages approximately $1.7 billion of equity capital. Clairvest partners with management to invest in profitable small and mid-sized North American companies, across a wide variety of industries. In addition to providing financing, Clairvest contributes strategic expertise and execution ability to support the growth and development of its investee partners. Clairvest realizes value through investment returns and the eventual disposition of its investments.
Benchmark is an early stage venture capital firm focused on social, mobile, local and cloud companies. We believe that great entrepreneurs change the world for the better. Since its founding in 1995, Benchmark has invested in more than 250 early stage startups with a market value exceeding $100 billion. Investments have included eBay, Juniper Networks, MySQL, OpenTable, Yelp, Inc., Zillow, Friendster, JAMDAT, Instagram, Hortonworks, Dropbox, Uber, Twitter, Zipcar, Asana, Quora, Gaikai, Demandforce and DOMO. Benchmark has offices in Menlo Park and San Francisco, California.