Venture Capital Firms

Some articles on venture capital, venture capital firms, venture, firms:

History - Early Venture Capital and The Growth of Silicon Valley
... One of the first steps toward a professionally-managed venture capital industry was the passage of the Small Business Investment Act of 1958 ... During the 1960s and 1970s, venture capital firms focused their investment activity primarily on starting and expanding companies ... As a result, venture capital came to be almost synonymous with technology finance ...
History Of Private Equity And Venture Capital - Early Venture Capital and The Growth of Silicon Valley (1959–1981)
... During the 1960s and 1970s, venture capital firms focused their investment activity primarily on starting and expanding companies ... As a result, venture capital came to be almost synonymous with technology finance ... It is commonly noted that the first venture-backed startup was Fairchild Semiconductor (which produced the first commercially practicable integrated circuit), funded in 1959 by ...
Sand Hill Road - Venture Capital Firms
... Sand Hill Road venture capitalist firms currently invest in a variety of areas, in particular Biotechnology Clean technology Computer hardware Computer ... Venture Partners - 2735 Sand Hill Road Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield Byers - 2750 Sand Hill Road Silver Lake Partners - 2775 Sand Hill Road Kohlberg Kravis Roberts - 2800 Sand Hill Road ...

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