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Greycroft Partners

Greycroft Partners is a venture capital firm focused on investments in early stage companies primarily in the digital media sector. The firm raised its first fund with $75 million of investor commitments and has deployed that fund into 34 companies.[1]

Since then, Greycroft has closed its second fund in 2010 with an additional $130 million in capital.

Some notable exits include: Huffington Post [2], Paid Content [3], Pump Audio [4], and Adenyo [5]. Also, notable companies in Greycroft's portfolio include Buddy Media, Collective Media, WideOrbit, Joyent, Usamp, Extreme Reach, Resonate Networks, and Klout.

Greycroft was founded by venture capital pioneer Alan Patricof after leaving Apax Partners in 2005.[6] After spending thirty years building what would become Apax Partners, a multi-billion dollar private equity firm, Patricof returned to early stage investing in smaller transactions.[7][8][9]

The firm, which has offices in New York City and Los Angeles, was founded in 2006.

See also

  • Alan Patricof, Founder


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