TVC Capital Backs Celigo

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San Diego-based software growth equity investor TVC Capital has backed Celigo , a developer of software to integrate cloud-based applications. Celigo said this morning that it has raised $8M in an expansion capital round, its first institutional funding since it was founded in 2006. A part of the funding, TVC Capital's Steven J. celigo capital venture software growth equity

Understanding Changes in the Software & Venture Capital Industries

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In this three-part series I will explore the ways that the Venture Capital industry has changed over the past 5 years that I would argue are a direct result of changes in the software industry, not the other way around.

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Interview with Jeb Spencer, TVC Capital

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The firm's investor was San Diego-based TVC Capital , which invested only $4M in total in Accordent before it was acquired. Jeb Spencer: The goal at TVC Capital is to do exactly this. These companies don't traditionally get venture capital.

Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Venture Capital - What's the rush?

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2006 (20) ► December (2) Just Say What it Is 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development. ▼ August (3) Venture Capital - What's the rush? Venture Capital - What's the rush? Venture capitalists provide capital for growth.

Frank Addantes FounderBlog: 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development

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2006 (20) ▼ December (2) Just Say What it Is 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development. ► August (3) Venture Capital - What's the rush?

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Frank Addantes FounderBlog: 2 Ears and 1 Mouth: There's a Reason

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2006 (20) ► December (2) Just Say What it Is 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development. ► August (3) Venture Capital - What's the rush?

Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Be Best at Something

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2006 (20) ► December (2) Just Say What it Is 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development. ► August (3) Venture Capital - What's the rush?

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Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Tear Down Your Firewalls

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2006 (20) ► December (2) Just Say What it Is 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development. ► August (3) Venture Capital - What's the rush?

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Frank Addantes FounderBlog: We're Not Saving Lives.

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2006 (20) ► December (2) Just Say What it Is 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development. ► August (3) Venture Capital - What's the rush?

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Frank Addantes FounderBlog: I'm 30, now will you take me seriously?

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2006 (20) ► December (2) Just Say What it Is 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development. ► August (3) Venture Capital - What's the rush?

Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Hire Entrepreneurs!

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2006 (20) ► December (2) Just Say What it Is 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development. ▼ August (3) Venture Capital - What's the rush?

Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Inventing Stuff, Obviously Impossible?

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2006 (20) ► December (2) Just Say What it Is 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development. ▼ August (3) Venture Capital - What's the rush?

Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Move Fast. Be Agile. Stay Focused.

Frank Addante

2006 (20) ► December (2) Just Say What it Is 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development. ► August (3) Venture Capital - What's the rush? This was the first (and only) company that I had started with outside capital from day one.

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Frank Addantes FounderBlog: The Kool-Aid Test: “Why do I need anything? Why do I need yours? Why do I need it now?"

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2006 (20) ► December (2) Just Say What it Is 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development. ► August (3) Venture Capital - What's the rush?

Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Startup 4.0 – Wireless is the next big thing – hurry!

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2006 (20) ► December (2) Just Say What it Is 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development. ► August (3) Venture Capital - What's the rush? I immediately raised some venture capital and then recruited the most experienced team I could find.

Frank Addantes FounderBlog: "Keep it Simple" - My Golden Rule

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2006 (20) ► December (2) Just Say What it Is 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development. ► August (3) Venture Capital - What's the rush?

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Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Startup 5.0 – I’m just going to chill out for a bit… (OK, for a month…)

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2006 (20) ► December (2) Just Say What it Is 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development. ► August (3) Venture Capital - What's the rush? Venture Capital Funding 7.

Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Welcome to FounderBlog!

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2006 (20) ► December (2) Just Say What it Is 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development. ► August (3) Venture Capital - What's the rush?

Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Startup 2.0: The Internet is Coming! How will we make money?

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2006 (20) ► December (2) Just Say What it Is 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development. ► August (3) Venture Capital - What's the rush? … dumber: I would have raised venture capital for a company/business plan that would not have scaled.

Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Startup 1.0: “The Bug Bite” - The Internet Needs a Card Catalogue (I guess that’s a search engine)

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2006 (20) ► December (2) Just Say What it Is 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development. ► August (3) Venture Capital - What's the rush? We were not venture-funded (in fact, at the time, I didnt even know what venture capital was).

Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Startup 3.0: Internet advertising is good. No, it’s bad. Oh wait… it IS good!

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2006 (20) ► December (2) Just Say What it Is 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development. ► August (3) Venture Capital - What's the rush? raising capital, underwriters backing out, extreme criticism, patent lawsuit from our competitor, etc.)

Classy Captures $18M For Nonprofit Software

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The funding came from Mithril Capital Management and Salesforce Ventures. Classy was founded in 2006 as StayClassy, and also counts Bullpen Capital and Venture51 as backers. salesforce cloud saas software fundraising nonprofit capital venture stayclassy classySan Diego-based Classy , which develops cloud-based software used by nonprofits for fundraising, disclosed that it has raised $18M in a new funding round.

Scientist.com Raises $24M for “Pharma Markets” that Outsource R&D

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San Diego’s Scientist.com set out in 2006 to disrupt part of the pharmaceutical business by providing an Amazon-like approach to the business of hiring contract research organizations (CROs).

How Has Product Hunt Become Such a Critical Startup Website?

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It reminds me a lot of how TechCrunch felt in 2006. This Week in Venture CapitalProduct Hunt. It seems out of nowhere it has become the go to website for startup companies to launch their new products or businesses.

OpenGate Capital Acquires Power Partners

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Los Angeles-based private equity investor OpenGate Capital announced this morning that it has acquired Power Partners , a US-based manufacturer of power transformers. OpenGate Capital said that Power Partners is based in Athens, Georgia, and has more than 475 employees and $140M in annual revenues. opengate capital power partners merger acquisition private equity electric industry

Brand Affinity Technologies Raises $7.5M

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BAT said the new round was led by Matthew Pritzker Company , and also included existing investors Miramar Venture Partners , Newport Coast Investments , RimLight, LLC, Fulcrum Venture Capital , and ad pepper media International. Ryan and Chad Steelberg are best known for selling their last big startup, dMarc Broadcasting, to Google in 2006 for what was then worth more than a billion dollars; the two also founded AdForce (sold to CMGi) and 2CAN Media (also sold to CMGi).

Get to Know Richard de Silva of Highland Capital

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He was introduced through mutual friends to Highland Capital. At the time consumer internet venture capital was still suffering from the collapse of the Tech Bubble. But it was an attractive time to enter because the successful internet companies were scaling and in need of capital.

TVC Gets Big Exit In Accordent

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The sale this morning of El Segundo-based Accordent Technologies was a big win for San Diego investment firm TVC Capital. TVC invested $4M in Accordent in 2006--the only investment round the firm raised over its lifetime. accordent merger acquisition venture capitalTVC was the sold institutional investor in Accordent, which sold to Polycom for $50M.

With $30M Infusion, Certona Aims for Bigger Share of Digital Retail

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Unlike many of its rivals, Sheik said Certona had raised a total of only $7 million in venture capital (in 2008) from ABS Ventures of Waltham, MA, and San Diego’s Express Ventures. “We’ve We’ve been fairly capital-efficient in this fast-growth e-commerce space,” Sheik said. “It In contrast, San Francisco-based RichRelevance, founded in 2006, has raised nearly $102 million from 11 investors through nine funding rounds, according to CrunchBase.

Malauzai Lands $1.3M For Mobile Banking

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The firm's board includes executives from Digital Insight, the local online banking software firm acquired in 2006 by Intuit. malauzai digital insight venture capital startup mobile banking financialCalabasas-based Malauzai , a new startup focused on mobile banking applications, has raised $1.3M in a funding round, according to a regulatory filing by the firm today. No details on the funding have been announced.

SOS Online Backup Gets $3M

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SOS Online Backup was founded by Ken Shaw, and first launched its services in 2006. online backup data storage venture capital cloud

Map of VC Investments

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skip to main | skip to sidebar SoCal CTO Friday, March 9, 2007 Map of VC Investments Found this Map of 2006 VC Investments post. Some very interesting graphics including this heat map: Very cool visualization tool!

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Brand Affinity Technologies Raises $4.5M

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The firm has previously raised funding from ad pepper media international, CGI Opportunity Fund, Fulcrum Venture Capital, Miramar Venture Partners, Newport Coast Investments, and RimLight Capital. The Steelbergs are best known for selling dMarc Broadcasting to Google back in 2006, in a deal at the time worth over a billion dollars. brand affinity technologies venture capital ryan chad steelberg endorsement celebrity