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Company Overview of Institutional Venture Partners

Company Overview

Institutional Venture Partners is a private equity and venture capital firm specializing in investments in late venture, small-cap public companies, growth equity, industry rollups, recapitalizations, secondaries, acquisitions, spinouts, emerging growth, founder liquidity transactions, corporate divestitures, and select public market investments. The firm seeks to invest in Internet and digital media, consumer, enterprise software and information technology, mobile, travel, communications, wireless, software, infrastructure, and technology-enabled services. It invests in companies based in the United States. The firm prefers to invest between $10 million and $100 million in growth companies ...

3000 Sand Hill Road

Building 2

Suite 250

Menlo Park, CA 94025

United States

Founded in 1980

Phone:

650-854-0132

Fax:

650-854-2009

Key Executives for Institutional Venture Partners

Founder
Age: 88
General Partner and Managing Director
Age: 54
Administrative Partner and Chief Financial Officer
General Partner
Age: 62
General Partner
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Institutional Venture Partners Key Developments

IVP Presents at SunTrust Internet & Digital Media Conference, May-14-2014 12:10 PM

IVP Presents at SunTrust Internet & Digital Media Conference, May-14-2014 12:10 PM. Venue: St. Regis San Francisco, 125 Third Street, San Francisco, California, United States. Speakers: Jules Maltz, General Partner.

Institutional Venture Partners Opens New Office in San Francisco

Institutional Venture Partners (IVP) announced that it has opened a satellite office in San Francisco. The new office is close to the headquarters of numerous IVP portfolio companies, including AppDynamics, Dropbox, Dropcam, Hipmunk, Indiegogo, Klout, One Kings Lane, POPSUGAR, Twitter, Voxer, Wikia, and Zynga. IVP's new San Francisco office is located at 607 Front Street across from Jackson Square Park.

Lithium Technologies Reportedly To Acquire Klout

Lithium Technologies, Inc. is seeking to acquire Klout, Inc. from group of investors including Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Greycroft Partners LLC, Institutional Venture Partners and Venrock, source close to the negotiations said. While the papers have been signed, the deal has yet to close, according to a source close to the negotiations. The majority of the deal is in stock, the source told CNNMoney. Also according to Redem report Lithium Technologies is in the final stages of acquiring the startup for $100 million for a mix of cash and stock. Both Klout and Lithium declined requests for comment on the report.

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