UiPath has raised over $1 billion from top-tier investors. The Company raised its Series A round in April 2017 at a valuation of $110 million. This was followed by another $153 million round in March 2018 at a valuation of $1.1 billion. In November 2018, UiPath closed its Series C round of $265 million at a valuation of $3 billion. The April 2019 Series D financing totals $568 million at a post-money valuation of $7 billion.
Accel is a leading early- and growth-stage venture capital firm, powering a global community of entrepreneurs. Accel backs entrepreneurs who have what it takes to build a world-class, category-defining business.
CapitalG, formerly Google Capital, is the late-stage growth venture capital fund financed by Alphabet Inc., and based in San Francisco, CA. Founded in 2013, it focuses on larger, growth stage technology companies, helping them scale with support from Google’s vast expertise and resources.
Coatue Management LLC is a global investment manager focused on public and private companies in the technology, media and telecommunications. Coatue Management was founded in 1999 and is based in New York City. Some of its notable investments include Lyft, Box.com, jet.com, Uber, Snapchat, Figma, Doordash, and Agora.
Credo Ventures is a venture capital firm that focuses on early-stage companies in Central and Eastern Europe across the information technology, the internet, mobile, and healthcare markets.
Dragoneer is a growth-oriented public and private investor based in San Francisco. Dragoneer seeks technology-enabled businesses with sustainable competitive advantages, attractive financial models, world-class management teams. Its global track record includes investments across several industries with a particular focus on technology-enabled businesses such as Slack, Uber and MercadoLibre
Earlybird Digital East Fund is the largest Venture Capital Fund for Emerging Europe and part of the Earlybird VC network. Overall, Earlybird manages around US$1 billion in assets for an international investor base, focusing mainly on the technology and health technology sectors.
IVP is a premier later-stage venture capital and growth equity firm in the U.S. and its current $1.5 billion fund is focused on investments in rapidly-growing media and technology companies.
Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers is a U.S.venture capital firm headquartered in Menlo Park, in Silicon Valley. Founded in 1972, the firm specializes in investments in early-stage and growth companies, incubation, as well as technology and life sciences.
Madrona Venture Group is an American venture capital firm that invests in seed and early-stage technology companies. Madrona Venture Group was founded in 1995 and is based in Seattle, Washington
Meritech Capital is a growth investment fund with a strong enterprise track record and a portfolio that includes Facebook, Salesforce, NetSuite, Mulesoft, Anaplan, Coupa and Proofpoint.
Sands Capital Ventures is a venture capital and growth equity firm that invests in growing companies of all stages. Companies in its portfolio are from different industries, including life science, technology and global consumer. Its global track record includes: DocuSign, Anaplan, AppDynamics, Day Zero Diagnostics, Genometry, Dova Pharmaceuticals, DiCE Molecules, Acessa Health and Souq (acquired by Amazon).
Seedcamp is a pan-European London-based accelerator launched in May 2007 by a group of 30 European investors that provides startups with seed money, mentorship, office space and support over a yearlong program.
Sequoia is a venture capital focused on energy, financial, enterprise, healthcare, internet, and mobile startups. The firm helps a select number of daring founders build legendary companies. Its spurs them to push the boundaries of what’s possible.
Founded in 1937 by Thomas Rowe Price, Jr., T. Rowe Price Group Inc. is an American publicly-owned global asset management firm that offers funds, advisory services, account management, retirement plans and services for individuals, institutions, and financial intermediaries. The firm, with assets under management of more than $900 billion at the end of 2017, is headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, and its 16 international offices serve clients in 47 countries.
Boston-based Wellington Management Funds was founded in 1928. It offers innovative investment approaches that span asset classes, regions and styles from across a $1 trillion fund manager. The firm serves as investment advisor in over 60 countries. Its clients include central banks and sovereign institutions, pension funds, endowments and foundations, family offices, fund sponsors, insurance companies, financial intermediaries, and wealth managers.
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