Bain Capital Ventures is the venture arm within Bain Capital, which has approximately $66 billion of assets under management worldwide. The firm's history of investing in early stage companies dates back to 1984 with over 125 venture investments since inception. Bain Capital Ventures manages $2.0 billion of assets, has over 70 active portfolio companies, and has offices in Boston, New York, and Palo Alto. The firm has helped steer many ideas to success by working in partnership with management teams, pairing talented and passionate entrepreneurs with industry experts, opening doors to customers, and collaborating on long-term strategies.
Founded in 1984, Grotech Ventures is a leading early investor in high-potential technology companies. Grotech seeks investments in communications and IT infrastructure, software and services, and Internet and digital media. Grotech continues to invest and add value throughout the growth of its portfolio companies. The firm has a strong combination of financial backing, industry relationships, and deep domain and operational expertise to accelerate growth.
Jubilee Investments, founded in 1999 and located in New York City, invests in early stage technology companies with a focus on new consumer marketing models. Owned by the Ellis Family Trust and managed by Pete Ellis, Jubilee, through its early stage investments in Booker, is the largest single shareholder of Booker, and, via a direct investment, is the largest shareholder in SpaFinder Incorporated.
Revolution Ventures focuses on early stage venture capital investments in technology-enabled businesses that disrupt existing, multi-billion dollar industries where we have confidence in the entrepreneur, are excited by the product or service concept, and believe there is an attractive investment opportunity. Revolution enjoys the opportunity to build from the beginning a true partnership with the founders and management teams of its companies, so that they can have maximum impact on their paths to success.
TDF is a Washington DC based venture capital fund focused on the communications sector. It partners with talented entrepreneurs and seeks to build competitive and innovative technology and services companies. The fund’s focus is driven by investment themes that share several qualities: large and important problems in communications, an ability to add value through management’s investing and operational experience, and the Fund’s location and relationships in Washington DC.