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Kleiner Perkins Digital Growth Fund

Kleiner Perkins Digital Growth Fund

Kleiner Perkins Digital Growth Fund is a venture capital firm that is interested in early-stage and late-stage venture opportunities

Kleiner Perkins Digital Growth Fund is a venture capital firm that is interested in early-stage and late-stage venture opportunities. The firm was founded by Brook Byers, Eugene Kleiner, Frank Caufield, and Tom Perkins, in 1972, in Menlo Park, California, United States.

The firm was an early investor in companies such as Amazon, AOL, Compaq, Electronic Arts, Google, Intuit, Macromedia, Netscape, Segway, and Sun Microsystems. Companies that are in life sciences, technologies, and are growth funds are most attractive to the firm.

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Connie Loizos
March 4, 2021
TechCrunch
Bond, the growth-stage firm that spun out of the Kleiner Perkins Digital Growth Fund in late 2018, is closing a second fund with $2 billion, suggests a new SEC filing that says the amount has not yet been raised, though investment firms sometimes file their paperwork at the final stages of their fundraising and even [...]

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