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CapitalG

The venture capital arm of Alphabet Incorporated, a multinational conglomerate. It was founded in 2013 and is located in Mountain View, California.

CapitalG (formerly Google Capital) is a California-based venture capital company that is financed by Google. It generally invests in late-stage funding rounds for technology companies. It has invested in various types of software including database, business, educational, financial, and automation software. It has also invested in the industries of logistics and training.

CapitalG has invested in more than 67 companies, being the lead investor for 35 of those rounds. It has made 17 exits and raised a fund in 2014 that was valued at $300 million.

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Further reading

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Author
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Type
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Dataiku Partners with CapitalG and Becomes a Unicorn

Florian Douetteau

Web

April 4, 2019

Documentaries, videos and podcasts

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Google Capital

December 16, 2015

News

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Author
Date
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Description
Ram Iyer
August 23, 2021
TechCrunch
In-home care is nothing new. In the 1930s, over 40% of physician-patient encounters took place in the home, but by the 1980s, that figure dropped to under 1%.
Jordan Crook
July 23, 2021
TechCrunch
We know how much you love a good startup pitch-off. Who doesn't? It combines the thrill of live, high-stakes entertainment with learning about the hottest new thing. Plus, you get to hear feedback from some of the smartest folks in the industry, thus learning how to absolutely crush it at your next pitch meeting with [...]
Candy Cheng
April 21, 2021
Business Insider
CapitalG's Laela Sturdy literally traveled the world to nab two funding deals with UiPath's CEO. Her firm's total investment is now worth over $2 billion.
Mary Ann Azevedo
April 20, 2021
TechCrunch
Community banks and credit unions aim to be the heart of the, well, communities, they serve. But without the big budgets of larger institutions, keeping up technology-wise can be a challenge. And not only are they competing with legacy players, there is also a slew of digital banks that have emerged in recent years, as [...]
AlleyWatch
March 29, 2021
AlleyWatch
The Pulse of New York Tech
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