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Trinity Ventures

Trinity Ventures

Trinity Ventures is a VC firm investing in early-stage technology companies focused on consumer services, SaaS, and cloud.

Founded in 1986, Trinity Ventures is a . Starting in the mid 1990's, Trinity ventures shifted their investment focus from brands and physical retail to digital media and eCommerce. Their focus grew to include mobile service, on-demand services, social media and Software-as-a-Service.

Trinity takes a collaborative approach to their investments, where they feel personal engagement, mutual respect and goal alignment drive returns for entrepreneurs and investors. Trinity Ventures approaches investments as partnerships with entrepreneurs. They aspire to build the company from inception rather than liquidate investments independent of the company or other stakeholders.

In late 2019, Trinity Ventures had $1.37 billion of committed capital. Trinity Ventures has raised a total of $2.2 billion across nine funds. In July of 2019, Trinity Ventures filed with the SEC for their Trinity Ventures XIII fund. The filing, for $250 million, is the smallest fund since their Fund VI in 1998.

Their portfolio has included iconic brands such as , and and unicorns like , , and . Trinity Ventures has 111 exits.

Timeline

August 30, 2019
Baton Systems Secures $12 Million Series A led by Trinity Ventures

The Series A investment round is led by Trinity Ventures, with participation from Alsop Louie and Commerce Ventures.

Baton is already processing more than $12 billion each business day in payments between market participants and clearing house counterparties, enabling more efficient management of the foreign exchange settlements and margining process.

This increases transparency and reduces processing times from days to minutes, freeing up billions of dollars in tied-up capital.

"Bank-to-bank settlement today is slow and manual, trapping billions of dollars that could instead be used to grow businesses.

July 19, 2019
On Friday afternoon, Sand Hill Road venture capital firm Trinity Ventures submitted paperwork to the SEC disclosing its intent to raise $250 million for its thirteenth venture capital fund.

Associated investment funds

People

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Ajay Chopra

Employee

Bob Wilson

Employee

Brian Balfour

Employee

Christopher Michel

Investor

Dan Scholnick

Employee

Diego Berdakin

Investor

Ed Zimmerman

Investor

Galia Benartzi

Employee

Irene Au

Employee

Jason Snyder

Employee

Joe Hyrkin

Employee

Jonathan (Jasper) Sherman-Presser

Employee

Karan Mehandru

Employee

Larry Orr

Employee

Mark Moran

Employee

Matthew Goldstein

Employee

Peter Pham

Employee

Phil Carter

Employee

Rich Boyle

Investor

Sachin Rekhi

Employee

Thomas Byrne

Employee

Tom Cole

Employee

Tom McInerney

Employee

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News

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March 26, 2021
Leslie Shaffer
December 14, 2020
DealStreetAsia
The total capital raised by the company stands at $105 million.
Jonathan Shieber
November 25, 2019
TechCrunch
Over the years, Trinity Ventures has racked up many exits for its limited partners. Through deals in consumer brands like Starbucks and Zulily and enterprise companies like TubeMogul and New Relic, the Menlo Park-based fund has found repeated success, but as it retrenches with a pared-down investment team and a much smaller new fund, Trinity's [...]
Anne Cassidy
June 24, 2019
BBC News
Entrepreneur Dave Asprey is the man behind the craze of adding butter and oil to your mug of coffee.

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