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Liste des VC - East Coast

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Liste de tous les fonds de Venture Capital de New York, Boston, Washington et leurs alentours. N’hésitez pas à rajouter des fonds que nous n’aurions pas listés.
Brigitte De Saint-Ouen
Raphael Labbe
Grégoire Beraud
Mory Diané
Yorick Ser
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Is there anyone in tech in NYC who doesn’t know Union Square Ventures? Founded by Fred Wilson and Brad Burnham in 2003, the firm invests almost exclusively in Internet services that create large networks: USV believe that the irresistible economics of Internet networks will ultimately transform the entire global economy and continue to seek out opportunities to invest in that transformation. Managing $1B across six funds, USV invest in companies from all over the world.
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Multi-stage VC, more than $1B in management. Known for investments in Oscar, Slack, Github, Reddit and more.
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Canaan Partners is an early stage and seed investment firm focused on technology and healthcare investments in the US, Israel, and India. The fund operates five offices out of Silicon Valley, NYC, Connecticut, India, and Israel. With over $3.5B under management, their track record includes 95 acquisitions and 55 IPOs.
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venture capital firm focused on investments in Internet and mobile companies, with offices in New York and Los Angeles, Greycroft manages $600 million and has made over 100 investments since opening its doors in 2006. They leverage a number of industry connections to help entrepreneurs gain visibility, build relationships, and help bring their products to market. And let’s not forget that founder and managing director Alan Patricof is considered the VC industry’s ‘founding father.
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Known more as “Interplay Ventures” is a hybrid incubator, accelerator and investment vehicle that incubate companies the old-fashioned way: grabs an idea off the shelf, recruits a CEO, raises money, and launches a new venture. Founder Mark Peter Davis will also join the company as an active advisor, offering guidance and contacts, and leveraging the Interplay marketing and recruiting methodologies to increase the company’s velocity.
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Bloomberg Beta is an early-stage fund, backed by Bloomberg L.P., and focusing on companies and areas that are broadly of interest to Bloomberg. Still, they do choose investments independently and invest for financial return. Bloomberg Beta’s goal is to expand Bloomberg’s horizons by backing extraordinary entrepreneurs, or creating companies, who have something to teach the world.
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AlphaPrime is an early-stage venture capital firm focused on East Coast enterprise software whose seasoned team boasts more than 50 combined years of experience amongst them.
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High Peaks Venture Partners is an early stage venture capital firm focusing on seed and Series A investments in B2B and E-commerce. They limit their investing to companies based in New York and the Northeast, as they’re very hands on, and actively reserve capital for follow on investing.
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RedSwan Ventures is an early stage seed capital firm comprised of active entrepreneurs that run companies like Bonobos, Floored, and Amino.
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Boldstart helps founders at the seed stage accelerate their growth from idea/ alpha phase to product market fit and successful Series A rounds. Their focus is on enterprise startups.
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Eniac Ventures is the first seed stage fund that is exclusively focused on the mobile space. The founding team consists only of serial entrepreneurs who met during college, and have over 50 years of combined experience as entrepreneurs. In fact, the firm gets its name, Eniac, the first computer developed at the founders’ alma mater, the University of Pennsylvania. The firm’s check sizes range from $250k-$1M.
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Abundance Partners LLC is an alternative investment firm founded in 2003, with a focus on Seed and Series A rounds. Today, the firm operates two distinct strategies, the hedge fund (Abundance Partners LP) and the venture fund (Abundance Private Opportunity Fund LP).
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Abundance Partners LLC is an alternative investment firm founded in 2003, with a focus on Seed and Series A rounds. Today, the firm operates two distinct strategies, the hedge fund (Abundance Partners LP) and the venture fund (Abundance Private Opportunity Fund LP).
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Quotidian Ventures is an early stage seed fund that is focused on modernizing traditional industries though the use of technology. The company often comes in at the earliest stages of a product’s development and looks for founding teams with proprietary knowledge that are building products that can significantly improve efficiencies in large addressable markets.
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Silas Capital is an early stage venture firm focused exclusively on the creation of consumer brands. The team leverages its expertise as investors and entrepreneurs to offer industry specific operational, financial and strategic domain expertise. The firm invests between $500k and $5M in business with revenue of at least $500k, and prefers to lead.
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Initialized Capital is a an early stage seed fund founded by Reddit co-founder, Alexis Ohanian, and partners at Y Combinator, Garry Tan and Harjeet Taggar. The group typically invests $100,000-$500,000 in a company so that startup are able to build a working prototype to validate their ideas.
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iNovia Capital uses a person-focused approach to venture capital, focusing on investing in companies with exceptional, capable founders. The group also uses early-seed funding to help young companies create value before following up with later stages of funding. The firm is composed of team members who are mostly entrepreneurs from different fields, with deep domain expertise. iNovia has offices in NYC and Canada.
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Funded in 2013 and based in New York City, Work-Bench is an enterprise technology growth accelerator. The company scales enterprise technology companies by providing community and workspace, and by connecting exceptional builders to Fortune 500 buyers. They also co-investing in founders tackling enormous markets. The $10 million fund is headed up by Jonathan Lehr.
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BoxGroup is an early stage investment fund whose typical investments ranges from $50,000 to $250,000. Based in New York City, they actively invest in New York, Silicon Valley, and Los Angeles – wherever they find the next generation of category defining businesses.
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Warbros Venture Partners is a private investment firm owned, funded and managed by John and Michael Warburg. Taking minority positions in both early-stage and mature companies that are typically looking to raise between $250,000 and $2 million, the firm’s objective is to achieve long-term capital appreciation through investments in private equity and equity-related securities.
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