Founded in 1983, Accel Partners is committed to helping exceptional entrepreneurs build lasting, category-defining technology companies. Accel partners with businesses that show potential for significant long-term success in specific sectors.
First Round is a seed-stage venture firm focused on building a vibrant community of technology entrepreneurs and companies. By connecting entrepreneurs with the tech, resources, and community they need on Day 1, First Round aims to make a lasting impact.
Founded in 1911, Bessemer Venture Partners (BVP) has one of the longest-running records of success in the venture capital industry. Over the course of its history, investors at the firm formed or funded over 100 startups that grew into independent public companies.
FirstMark is an early stage venture capital firm based in New York City. Founded in 2008, FirstMark has been humbled to see the dramatic impact that startups can have on the world. FirstMark strives to connect its entire community with world-class expertise and a trusted environment of sharing and learning.
Founders Fund invests in smart people solving difficult problems, often difficult scientific or engineering problems. Based in San Francisco, Founders Fund was formed in 2005 by Peter Thiel and Ken Howery. Founders Fund’s primary interests lie in finding ways to support technological development while earning outstanding returns for investors.
Atomico invests in innovative technology companies that are on their way to becoming category leaders. Founded in 2006 by Niklas Zennström, a co-founder of Skype, Atomico has made over 50 investments over four continents, with an exclusive focus on the technology sector.
GSV Capital was launched in April 2011 by Michael Moe, one of the world’s preeminent voices on growth investing. Much like Silicon Valley has redefined the world of business, GSV aims to redefine growth investing.
Sofina, a Belgium-based investment company listed on the Brussels stock exchange, is a supportive partner of entrepreneurs and families managing growing companies. Sofina invests directly and through private equity funds. Its geographical scope is Europe, the United States, and, more recently, Asia.