August 31, 2016 6:18 PM ET

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Company Overview of Accel Partners

Company Overview

Accel Partners is a private equity and venture capital firm specializing in investments in incubation, seed, start-ups, early venture, mid venture, late venture, emerging growth, later stage, and growth capital companies. The firm prefers to invest in information technology, cloud computing and storage technologies and infrastructure, marketplaces, big data, next generation infrastructure and data-driven services, consumer and business centric Internet, E-commerce media including digital media, energy, enterprise applications and infrastructure, enterprise software and services, consumer internet, internet, education, healthcare, life science and biotech, medical technology, social and mobil...

428 University Avenue

Palo Alto, CA 94301

United States

Founded in 1983

Phone:

650-614-4800

Fax:

650-614-4880

Key Executives for Accel Partners

Co-Founder, President, Managing General Partner, Partner, and General Partner
Age: 55
General Partner, Founding Partner, and Co-Founder
Age: 73
Founder, General Partner, and and Founding Partner
Age: 72
Chief Operating Partner
General Partner and Partner
Age: 57
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Accel Partners Key Developments

Accel Partners Opens Israel Office

Accel Partners is opening an Israel office. The company join other international funds with offices in Israel, including Bessemer Venture Partners, New Venture Partners, Lightspeed Venture Partners and Battery Ventures.

Kinematic Foodtech Seeks To Raise Money

Kinematic Foodtech Private Limited is planning to raise $5 million from Accel Partners and Sequoia Capital, as part of its Series A fund raising towards the year-end. Kumar Setu, co-founder of Petoo, said: “We are seeking funds from food tech-based investors like Accel and Sequoia, who are focused on this sector. We believe in a disruptive delivery model and are keen to prove this business model.”

Quikr Reportedly To Buy Realty Portal, CommonFloor For $160 Million

Quikr India Private Limited reportedly to buy maxHeap Technologies Pvt. Ltd. (CommonFloor) for $160 Million. Tiger Global an existing investor in both is expected to put fresh capital into Quikr through primary issuance of shares. Existing investors Google Capital and Accel Partners in CommonFloor, will collectively get a 10% stake in Quikr.

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