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Investors

Silverpop has received capital funding from industry-leading technology venture capital firms. Our investors include:


D.E. Shaw - www.deshaw.com

The D. E. Shaw group is a global investment and technology development firm with more than 1,300 employees; approximately $35 billion in aggregate investment capital as of January 1, 2008; and offices in North America, Europe and Asia. Since its organization in 1988, the firm has earned an international reputation for financial innovation, technological leadership and an extraordinarily distinguished staff.

Draper Fisher Jurvetson - www.dfj.com

Draper Fisher Jurvetson is the leader in start-up venture capital, having invested in more than 150 high-tech companies including Kana Communications, NetZero, Hotmail and Tradex. In the majority of cases, DFJ is the lead investor for a company's first round of financing. The firm focuses on information technology businesses with enormous market potential, with the role of helping entrepreneurs achieve their maximum potential through team building, partnerships, advice and support, as well as investments.

ePlanet Partners - www.eplanetventures.com

ePlanet Ventures is a global venture capital firm focused on the information technology sector. The firm was created in 1999 to take advantage of the growing trend toward globalization in technology. Founded by the leading Silicon Valley-based venture capital firm, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, in partnership with Europe-based ePlanet Partners, DFJ ePlanet specializes in late-stage domestic and early- and late-stage international investments. ePlanet Partners' portfolio includes Skype, Baidu, Kong Zhong, Thermage and others.

European Founders Fund - www.europeanfounders.com

European Founders Fund is a highly selective investment company run by brothers Marc, Oliver and Alexander Samwer. The Samwer brothers founded Alando (which became eBay Germany) and Jamba! (now part of News Corp.). The companies they created have achieved combined sales of more than 1 billion EUR. The European Founders Fund is focused on investing in young and later-stage technology and new media companies, which have included market leaders such as LinkedIn and HomeAway.

NeoCarta Ventures - www.neocarta.com

NeoCarta Ventures invests in Internet technology and communications businesses. The firm funds early- and late-stage companies and is dedicated to creating the future's market leaders. NeoCarta partners have engaged in investments with successful companies including Telocity, Net2Phone and iXL Enterprises. NeoCarta brings together experts in Internet and communications technologies, entrepreneurship and business development to build successful companies.

TTV Capital - www.ttvatlanta.com

TTV Capital invests in technology-enabled financial services businesses with disruptive technologies, software-as-a-service solutions or cloud applications that have scalable business models and exceptional growth opportunities. TTV Capital’s team of experienced technology and financial services professionals has more than 100 years of venture capital and highly relevant industry operating expertise acquired across three decades and multiple economic cycles. The firm’s primary goal is to create value for entrepreneurs and investors by using our knowledge, experience and relationships to help businesses grow and succeed.

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