BETA: The Capitalization Report (new funds) v20.09.17


NOTE: This is a beta and we will be making changes over next few months with launch date of 01/01/2021 in mind

NEW FUNDS

Xfund, a Palo Alto, CA-based Cambridge, MA-based early-stage venture capital firm designed to back lateral thinkers, closed its newest investment vehicle, Xfund 3

Bitkraft Ventures, a San Francisco, CA-based venture capital firm, closed its new fund, at $165m

Owl Ventures, a San Francisco, CA-based education technology venture capital firm, closed  two new funds totalling $585m

Dallas Venture Partners has evolved and launched with a focus on the management of an evergreen fund investing in early stage and growth stage companies with cloud infrastructure, AI/ML, mobile and emerging technologies

SaaS Ventures, a Maryland-based venture capital firm focused on investing in early stage enterprise technology companies in secondary markets throughout the U.S. and Canada, launched a second fund

Questa Capital Management, a Washington, DC and San Francisco, CA-based venture growth equity firm dedicated to the healthcare industry, closed Questa Capital Partners II, LP, with $348m of capital commitment

DNX Ventures, a San Mateo, Calif.-based early-stage venture capital firm focusing on B2B startups in the US and Japan, closed its third $315m fund

Brightspark Capital, a Montreal and Toronto, Canada-based venture capital firm, held the third close of its new Brightspark Canadian Opportunities Fund (BCOF) with commitments of $60m

Wix.com, Ltd., a Tel Aviv, Israel-based global website creation company, launched Wix Capital, its own venture capital arm

Hetz Ventures, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based venture capital firm for early-stage investments, closed its second flagship fund, at $77m

Panasonic Corporation announced today the launch of Conductive Ventures II, with a commitment of $150m

Superhero Capital, a Helsinki, Finland-based venture capital firm, held the first close of its second fund, at €30M

Greenfield Partners, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based investment firm, closed a $150m fun

Dawn Capital, a European venture capital firm dedicated to B2B software, closed Dawn IV, at €333m

GI Partners, a San Francisco, CA-based private investment firm, closed its inaugural Data Infrastructure Fund, which totaled $1.8 billion in commitments from a broad group of investors

More coming soon!

Author: JDM

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