Investing in Software (Web Marketplace Saas..) &b... Tokyo, Japan
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$75000000 (Later stage VC)
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• Kespry Inc.:
$33000000 (Later stage VC)
$27000000 (Later stage VC)
• Theta Labs:
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$3500000 (Early stage VC)
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• Mason Finance:
Software (Web Marketplace Saas..) • Other • IT (& TMT) • Media • Education • BioTech • Businesses Solutions • FinTech (& Financials services) • Hardware (& Manufacturing) • CleanTech • HealthTech (& Fitness) • Food & Beverage • Logistics (& Distribution) • Material Science • Medical Devices (& Hospital Services) • Investment Management • Mobile
Founded in 1996, DCM Ventures is a venture capital firm based in Menlo Park, California. The firm invests in the mobile, consumer internet, communications and infrastructure, software, and service sectors.
We invest in pre product-market fit and tech heavy companies based in NYC. We like to lead the first round of financing, typically pre-seed or seed.
Nicholas Chirls is a Co-Founder and serves as General Partner at Notation Capital. Previously, he also served as Co-Chief Executive Officer at Alphaworks. He served as a Head of Investments at betaworks. Prior to this, he served as the Head of Investments at Betaworks.
San Francisco California - London - New York City (NY) - Seoul South Korea - Tokyo Japan - Valley California - Boston Massachusetts - Palo Alto California - Seattle Washington - Los Angeles California - Mountain View California,
Ronald Conway is the Founder and serves as a Co-Managing Partner at SV Angel. He also serves as Advisor & Investor at ElationHealth. He was a Co-Founder and served as an Investor at Start Fund. Ron has been an active angel investor since the mid 90's. He was the Founder and Managing Partner of the Angel Investors LP funds (1998-2005). He was included in 2010's Vanity Fair 100 most influential people in the Information Age. He was awarded Best Angel at The 2009 TechCrunch Crunchies Awards. He was named #13 in Forbes Magazine Midas list of top "deal-makers" in 2011. Ron was with National Semiconductor Corporation in marketing positions (1973-1979), Altos Computer Systems as a co-founder, President and CEO (1979-1990) and took Altos public on Nasdaq in 1982 and served as CEO of Personal Training Systems (PTS) (1991-1995). PTS was acquired by SmartForce/SkillSoft (Nasdaq SKIL). Philanthropically, Ron is a Board Member of the Salesforce.com Foundation, a member of the UCSF Medical Center Chancellor's Advisory Board in SF, and is active in fundraising for the UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital, College Track, Sandy Hook Promise-Newtown CT, Americans for Responsible Solutions-Gabby Giffords, Smart Tech Challenges Foundation, and the THORN Foundation. Ron is an advocate for technology companies and civic engagement in San Francisco and founder of sf.citi (San Francisco's tech-backed civic organization). Ron is also an advocate for immigration reform and a co-founder of FWD.US. He also serves as Advisor at A.Capital Ventures.
Lydia Jett serves as West Coast Investor at Softbank. She also served as an Additional Director at Snapdeal. She formerly served on the Board of Jasper Innovative Marketing Solutions. She served as Vice President at M/C Partners. She joined M/C Partners in 2009 and focuses on investments in a variety of media, communications and technology industry segments. She has worked with M/C portfolio companies such as Attenda (sold to Darwin Private Equity), Baja Broadband (sold to TDS), GTS Central Europe and Lightower Fiber Networks (sold to Berkshire Partners). Prior to joining M/C, Jett worked at Goldman, Sachs & Co. in the Principal Investment Area (PIA) in New York where she completed investments across a number of sectors, including media and education. Previously, he worked at J.P. Morgan Securities in the Telecom, Media & Technology (TMT) group of the Leveraged Finance practice in New York. She also worked at Metro-Goldwyn-Meyer Inc. in Los Angeles and with Grosvenor in Hong Kong. She received a B.A. in Economics and Government from Smith College and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He also serves as the Board Member at Fetch Robotics. She serves on Boad of Flipkart.
Shuji Honjo is an angel investor. He served as Nippon Advisor at 500 Startups. He was the Japan representative and Founder of the Tokyo office of General Atlantic. He also served as the Senior Vice President at Lehman Brothers. He also serves as the Advisor at NTT DoCoMo.
Investing in Software (Web Marketplace Saas..) &b... Tokyo Japan, Japan
Tokyo Japan, Japan
Software (Web Marketplace Saas..) • IT (& TMT) • Media • Education • Businesses Solutions • FinTech (& Financials services) • Retail (& E-Commerce) • A.I. (& Big Data)
Nobutake Suzuki serves as Partner in charge of KDDI open innovation fund at Global Brain. Nobutake is in charge of investments outside of Japan. Prior to joining GB, he was a technology analyst at Sanwa Bank in Japan and in the US.
Zak Murase is an Angel Investor. He serves as Venture Partner, US Representative at Global Brain. He is responsible for the US operations based in Silicon Valley. He is a 19-year Sony veteran bringing expertise in the consumer products and services space. He also serves as a Investor at Bitfinder, Monohm Inc., Ossia Inc., August Home, Inc., Issuu, Pogoseat, Inc., VentureBeat and Edmodo.
Virgo Capital is a private equity firm focused on making control investments in profitable and growing technology-enabled services companies, targeting functional outsourced services and financial technology companies. Virgo Capital seeks established companies with revenue of $10 and 30 million, strong customer relationships, and domain expertise, and actively adds value by leveraging the team's experience in areas such as the strategic use of technology, outsourcing, and mergers and acquisitions. Virgo Capital, with offices in Austin and Oklahoma City, manages Virgo Capital Fund I, L.P. and Virgo Capital Fund II, L.P. which together have total capital commitments of nearly $80 million. Virgo Capital typically invests in companies with enterprise values of $10 to 25 million.
Willis Stein & Partners is a leading private equity investment firm specializing in negotiated investments in profitable, well-managed and growing companies. Since 1989, the firm has invested almost $3 billion in 50 portfolio companies. The firm supports management teams in acquiring and building middle-market companies focused generally in the Consumer Services, Education, and Specialized Business. Willis Stein targets investments with transaction values ranging approximately from $75 million to $750 million. The firm's most recent fund, Willis Stein & Partners III, is a $1.8 billion private equity fund established in 2000. According to Crain's business, Willis Stein (August of 2013) entered into a transaction with a group of firms that let investors in Willis Stein's third fund get their money back or keep stakes in a portfolio that includes three remaining companies.