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Accel Partners

Accel Partners is a venture capital firm based in Palo Alto founded by Bruce Golden.

Accel Partners - also known as Accel - is a venture capital firm based in Palo Alto, California. It was established in 1983 by Arthur Patterson and Jim Swartz. As of October 2019, Accel Partners has sold its ownership in 521 companies, and its currently managing a portfolio of 385 active companies.



Accel Partners funds companies that are at various stages of development, from early to late. It specializes in providing capital for companies in the internet technology sectors, such as those operating in the internet infrastructure, internet software, and consumer services industry. The firm invests in companies based in various locations such as Europe, United States, India, and China.

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Funded Companies

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Description
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Industry
Location

A software company offering a suite of business intelligence and analytics products and services.

Dropbox is a file sharing and productivity startup created by Drew Houston and Arash Ferdowsi in 2007.

Circle is a peer-to-peer payments technology company that is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts and was founded in 2013 by Jeremy Allaire and Sean Neville.

Segment is a company providing a data infrastructure for businesses.

A technology company offering software development security platform using open source code.

Fiverr is an online freelance marketplace for creative and professional services.

An automated assistant platform that manages legal paperwork for businesses, founded by Cai GoGwilt and Jason Boehmig.

Call analytics platform that uses artificial intelligence to transcribe and analyze sales calls, providing enterprises with actionable feedback to improve the performance of their sales teams.

InVision is New York City based startup building a collaborative and wireframing design tool.

India's Indifi Technologies is a tech-enabled debt financing platform for small business with industry-specific financial solutions.

GoCardless is a payments company that developed global payments network based on the bank to bank payment systems. It participated in the S11 cohort of Y Combinator

Algolia is a company designing and building search and discovery API for websites and mobile apps. It participated in the W14 cohort of Y Combinator.

Citrix delivers people-centric solutions that power a better way to work by offering secure apps and data on any device, network or digital workspace

An insurance technology company offering an online platform for comparing and purchasing car insurance.

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Associated investment funds

Investment Fund
Total offering (USD)
Total sold (USD)
Location
Date signed
1,200,000,000
1,200,000,000
March 15, 2016
475,000,000
475,000,000
March 27, 2013
155,000,000
155,000,000
November 22, 2011
500,000,000
500,000,000
April 19, 2016
500,000,000
500,000,000
March 15, 2016
475,000,000
475,000,000
March 20, 2014
475,000,000
475,000,000
June 28, 2011
1,000,000,000
1,000,000,000
March 20, 2014
430,000,000
430,000,000
December 1, 2016
300,000,000
300,000,000
March 15, 2016
875,000,000
875,000,000
June 28, 2011
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People

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Role
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Abhishek Goyal

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Alex Duncan

Employee



Alison Epstein

Employee



Amit Kumar

Employee



Amr Awadallah

Employee



Anand Daniel

Employee



Barath Shankar Subramanian

Employee



Brian OMalley

Employee



Bruce Golden

Founder



Catherine Calcagno

Employee



Chi-Hua Chien

Employee



Christopher Kelvin Lee

Employee



Chrysanthos Chrysanthou

Employee



Cristiana Ortiz

Employee



Dave Eisenberg

Employee



Dinesh Katiyar

Employee



Don Gooding

Employee



Fred Destin

Employee



Greg Waldorf

Employee



Hilary Mason

Employee



Hussein Kanji

Employee



Jake Flomenberg

Employee



James Cameron

Employee



Jeff Hammerbacher

Employee



Jerry Chen

Employee



Further reading

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Famed VC Firm Accel Raises $2.5B For New Funds



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News

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Sindhu Kashyaap
January 23, 2020
YourStory.com
Bengaluru-based last-mile mobility platform Bounce has confirmed a fund raise of $105 million. The team will use the funding to focus on deeper EV integration and a platform play, and to make a push towards profitability.
Reuters Editorial
December 2, 2019
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Silicon Valley venture capital firm Accel Partners said on Monday it had raised $550 million for a new India-focused fund aimed at backing early-stage startups in the country.
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DealStreetAsia
The funds will be used by the Chennai-based startup to scale up operations in southern and western India, and bolster its technology platform.
Pramugdha Mamgain
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The startup, which had last raised an undisclosed amount from Omidyar and Accel in 2016, is said to be valued at $110 million after the latest financing.
Pramugdha Mamgain
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DealStreetAsia
Venture Highway, Shailesh Rao and Innoven Capital also took part in the financing round. Till date, Moglix has raised $41 million in funding.
Aakanksha Ahuja
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New investors, including South Korean private equity firm Neoplux, founder of ZiGeXn Jo Hirao, Russian firm HR Capital and venture debt firm Trifecta Capital joined the new investment round.
Connie Loizos
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TechCrunch
Slack, the workplace messaging company, has hired investment bank Goldman Sachs to lead its IPO next year, according to a Reuters report. Reuters' sources say the company is hoping to nab a valuation of "well over $10 billion." The WSJ reported back in September that Slack was &#8...

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