Alsop Louie Partners
Alsop Louie Partners is a new venture fund designed to provide venture capital to the most promising entrepreneurs. The partners are two computer industry veterans: Gilman Louie and Stewart Alsop. Stewart was previously a general partner with New Enterprise Associates, and Editor in Chief of InfoWorld. Gilman founded and ran In-Q-Tel, the CIA’s venture capital arm, as well as started Spectrum Holobyte, a major video game software company acquired by Hasbro Corporation.
Batterson Venture Capital LLC
Chicago based Batterson Venture Capital principals have nearly 40 years of venture capital investing and company building experience. BVC's investor network consists of a wide array of entrepreneurs and executives who have started, built, operated and grown a number of extraordinarily successful business enterprises. This depth provides a unique perspective on investment opportunities and management teams as well as a deep support system for the entrepreneurs with whom we choose to partner. BVC is the catalyst that propels many seed, startup, and early-stage ventures into the echelon of world-class companies.
Motorola Solutions Venture Capital
Motorola Solutions Venture Capital is the global, strategic investment arm of Motorola Solutions, bringing together new technologies, new markets and new talent to discover and invest in tomorrow's technology solutions. Every investment Motorola Solutions Venture Capital makes is a strategic alliance encapsulated by vision, creativity, and business acumen.
Bringing together talent and sharing dreams allows Motorola Solutions Venture Capital to achieve more together than it can alone. Motorola Solutions Venture Capital provide financial support to sustain a business through start-up, growth and expansion. They also provide a brand, business and technology backdrop to help cultivate ideas into reality. Combining internal strengths and the best external investment opportunities helps Motorola Solutions Venture Capital drive profitable growth and build shareholder value.
New Enterprise Associates (NEA)
New Enterprise Associates (NEA) is a leading venture capital firm, focused on helping entrepreneurs create and build major new enterprises that use technology to improve the way we live, work and play. Since its founding in 1978, the firm has followed the same core principles: supporting its entrepreneurs; providing an excellent return to its limited partners; and practicing its profession with the highest standards and respect.
NEA focuses on investments at all stages of a company’s development—from seed stage through IPO. With approximately $8.5 billion in committed capital, NEA’s experienced management team has invested in more than 550 companies, of which more than 160 have gone public—and more than 230 have been acquired.
OCA Ventures is a venture capital firm focused on investments in companies with dramatic growth potential, primarily in technology, financial services, for-profit education and technology-enabled services businesses. OCA Ventures manages three funds and has invested in 25 companies since it began investing in 1999.
OCA Ventures partners with proven entrepreneurs to build market-leading companies. OCA Ventures complements management teams with a wide range of strategic, human and financial resources. OCA Ventures was initially backed by the entrepreneurs who founded and built O'Connor & Associates, the derivatives trading firm that was acquired by Swiss Bank (subsequently UBS). OCA Ventures is based in Chicago and has investments throughout the United States.
Presidio STX – A Sumitomo Corporation Company
Presidio STX, LLC is a venture capital firm based in Silicon Valley that invests in Information Technology (IT). As a subsidiary of Sumitomo Corporation, one of the world's leading integrated trading and investment firms, Presidio STX acts as the early stage IT investment vehicle for Sumitomo Corporation and its affiliates. Presidio STX assists outstanding technology and media companies in expanding their business through Japan and Asia.