Sapphire Ventures: 2020 Year-in-Review
It’s safe to say that last year was anything but ordinary. Nevertheless, we accomplished quite a lot in 2020!
- We invested and committed more than $970 million in 48 companies and venture funds
- We supported our portfolio companies with 300+ customer and partner introductions and 360+ talent introductions
- 2 of our startups went public and 8 got acquired, totaling 65 exits since 2011
All the while, we grew the Sapphire family and our global footprint with 10 new hires, 10 promotions and 3 new offices. Last summer, we opened our London office, and in just a few months, we will be opening new offices in Austin and San Francisco.
We can’t wait to see what 2021 has in store and hope to spend quality, in-person time with many of you soon.
Disclaimer: Nothing presented herein is intended to constitute investment advice, and under no circumstances should any information provided herein be used or considered as an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy an interest in any investment fund managed by Sapphire Ventures. Sapphire Ventures does not solicit or make its services available to the public.
Information provided herein reflects Sapphire Ventures views as of Dec. 31, 2020. Such views are subject to change without notice.
Due to various risks and uncertainties, actual events, results or the actual experience may differ materially from those reflected or contemplated statements above. The investments identified and discussed herein do not represent all of the investments made or recommended by Sapphire Ventures and may not be representative of any current or future investments. A complete alphabetical list of Sapphire’s investments made by its direct growth investing funds is available here. The performance of these investments is not necessarily indicative of the performance of all investments made or recommended by Sapphire Ventures. It should not be assumed that any future investments will be profitable or will equal the performance of the companies identified herein. No guarantee of investment performance is being provided and no inference to the contrary should be made. Past performance is not indicative of future results.