Business Planning must have a purpose.  If you are planning to raise capital, this list of Venture Capital firms and their technology specialities, might help you to get started.
Below is a list of notable Venture capital firms.
Name Location Founding date Managing Partners/Directors Current Specialty Capital managed
Accel Partners Palo Alto, CA 1983 Technology
Atlas Venture Waltham, MA 1980 Barry Fidelman Technology and Life Sciences $2.5T
Azione Capital Singapore 2006 Nicholas Chan, Soon Choo Teck, Lee Keh Sai Interactive digital media, mobile communications, wireless technology, energy, maritime
Bain Capital Ventures Boston, MA 1984 Ajay Agarwal, Jeff Crisan, Scott Friend, Jeffrey Glass, Michael Krupka, James Nahirny, J. Benjamin Nye, Jeffrey Schwartz (Managing Directors) Infrastructure Software and Services, Communications, New Media, Business Services, Healthcare $1.4B [1]
Benchmark Capital Menlo Park, CA 1995 Neel Das (executive officer) Technology & Financial Services $2.3B
Bessemer Venture Partners Menlo Park, CA; Larchmont, NY; Boston, MA; Herzliya, Israel; Mumbai, India; 1911 David Cowan, Rob Chandra, Rob Stavis, Ed Colloton, Robert Goodman (managing partners) Technology & Services $2.5B
Canaan Partners Menlo Park, CA; Westport, CT; Gurgaon, India; Herzliya, Israel 1987 Eric Young, Deepak Kamra, John Balen, Maha Ibrahim, Brent Ahrens, Wende Hutton, Stephen Bloch (general partners) Technology and Healthcare $2.3B [2]
Charles River Ventures Menlo Park, CA; New York, NY 1970 Bill Tai, George Zachary, et al. (general partners) Technology $2.1B [3]
Clearstone Venture Partners Santa Monica, CA; Menlo Park, CA; Mumbai, India 1998 Bill Elkus, Jim Armstrong, Erik Lassila, William Quigley, Sumant Mandal (managing directors) Internet, consumer, communications, software $650M
Draper Fisher Jurvetson Menlo Park, CA 1985 Timothy C. Draper Technology and Technology Services $3.5B
Fidelity Ventures Boston, MA 1970 Rob Ketterson Information Technology $1.5B
Galen Partners Stamford, CT 1990 David Jahns, Zubeen Shroff, Bruce F. Wesson, John Wilkerson Healthcare Technology, Medical Devices, Specialty Pharmaceuticals $1.0B [4]
General Catalyst Cambridge, MA 2000 George Bell, Larry Bohn, Joel Cutler, David Fialkow, Bill Fitzgerald, David Orfao, Neil Sequeira, John Simon and Hemant Taneja (Managing Directors) Technology, Clean Energy, Software and New Media $1.6B
Greylock Partners Cambridge, MA; San Mateo, CA; Israel; India 1965 Aneel Bhusri, Asheem Chandna, Reid Hoffman, James Slavet, David Sze, Bill Helman, Bill Kaiser, Arvin Babu Consumer Internet, Enterprise IT and clean tech $2.0B
Highland Capital Partners Boston, MA; Menlo Park, CA; Geneva Switzerland and Shanghai China 1988 Sean Dalton, Bob Davis, Bob Higgins, Paul Maeder, Dan Nova Consumer, Healthcare, Info & Comm Technology and Internet & Digital Media $3.0B
Index Ventures London, England; Geneva, Switzerland; Jersey; 1996 Ben Holmes, Bernard Dalle, Danny Rimer, David Rimer, Dom Vidal, Francesco de Rubertis, Giuseppe Zocco, Kevin Johnson, Michele Ollier, Neil Rimer, Saul Klein Consumer Internet, Communications, Media, Enterprise IT, Clean Tech, Biotech $2b +
Insight Venture Partners New York, NY 1995 Larry Handen, Jeff Horing, Jeff Lieberman, Ben Levin, George McCulloch, Jerry Murdock, Deven Parekh, Peter Sobiloff, Mike Triplett Software and Internet $3.25B[5]
Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield & Byers Menlo Park, CA 1972 Brook Byers Alternative energy, technology & Life Sciences $1.5B[6]
Lux Capital New York, NY 2000 Josh Wolfe, Peter Hébert, Robert Paull Emerging technologies, Physical & Life Sciences $100M
Matrix Partners Boston, MA; New York, NY; Boston, MA; Palo Alto, CA; Mumbai, India; Beijing, China; Shanghai, China 1977 Tim Barrows, Nick Beim, Phyllis Doherty, Josh Hannah, Stan Reiss, Paul Ferri, Bob Lisbonne, Antonio Rodriguez, Shirish Sathaye, David Skok, Rob Soni, Dana Stalder, Andy Verhalen Software, Communications, Hardware, Internet, Consumer, Semiconductors, Cleantech, Wireless Latest fund $600M in 2009
Mayfield Fund Menlo Park, CA 1969 James Beck, Navin Chaddha, Yogen Dalal, Kevin Fong, Raj Kapoor, David Ladd, Allen Morgan, Janice Roberts, Robin Vasan (managing directors) Wireless, Consumer, Software, Semiconductors $2.4B
Menlo Ventures Menlo Park, CA 1976 H. DuBose Montgomery, Doug Carlisle, Sonja Hoel Perkins (managing directors) $4.0B
New Enterprise Associates Menlo Park, CA; Baltimore, MD & Reston, VA 1978 Peter Barris Information Technology and Healthcare $6.0B
Nexit Ventures Saratoga, CA; Helsinki, Finland & Stockholm, Sweden 1999 Michel Wendell, Artturi Tarjanne, Pekka Salonoja, Michael Mandahl (General Partners) Mobile and Wireless $180M[7]
Oak Investment Partners Westport, CT; Palo Alto, CA; Minneapolis, MN 1978 Bandel Carano, Ed Glassmeyer, Fred Harman, Ann Lamont (managing partners) Information Technology and Healthcare $8.4B
Point Judith Capital Providence, RI 2001 Sean Marsh, David Martirano, Gina Raimondo (general partners) Communications, Internet, Healthcare and Software $100M
Quicksilver Ventures Saratoga, CA 2001 Maury Domengeaux, Randall Meals, Steve Schlossareck (Managing Directors) Secondary Venture Capital (acquire existing corporate and venture portfolios). Investment Focus: Emerging Technologies such as Video and Imaging; Networking and Mobility; Data Management, Services and Security; Storage Components and Systems; Enterprise Applications $ Evergreen, portfolio acquisition value from $1m - $250m
Rho Ventures New York, NY 1981 Habib Kairouz, Mark Leschly, Joshua Ruch (Managing Partners) New Media, Information Technology & Communications, Cleantech, Healthcare $2.5B[8]
Santé Ventures Austin, TX 2006 Joe Cunningham, Doug French, Kevin Lalande (Managing Directors) Healthcare $130M
Scottish Equity Partners London, UK; Glasgow, UK 1991 Calum Paterson (Managing Partner), Andrew Davison, Brian Kerr, Gary Le Sueur, Fearghal Ó Ríordaín, Stuart Paterson, David Sneddon, Richard Sparrow Information Technology, Healthcare and Energy technology $500M
Sequoia Capital Menlo Park, CA 1972 Kui Zhou (principal), Don Valentine (founder), Neil Shen (founding managing partner), Michael Moritz Components, Systems, Software and Services $4.0B [9]
Seventure Partners Paris, France; Munich, Germany; London, UK 1997 Isabelle de Cremoux, Valerie Gombart (general partners) Life Sciences, Technology EUR 550M [10]
Sevin Rosen Funds Dallas, TX; Palo Alto, CA; Austin, TX; San Diego, CA 1981 Jon Bayless, Steve Domenik, Steve Dow, Dave McLean, Al Schuele, Charles Phipps, John Jaggers, Jackie Kimzey, John Oxaal, Nick Sturiale (general partners) Technology $1.6B
Tenaya Capital Menlo Park, CA; Boston, MA 2009 Tom Banahan, Ben Boyer, Stewart Gollmer, Brian Melton, Brian Paul High Technology: Software, Semiconductors, Consumer Internet, Communications $1.0B [11]
Union Square Ventures New York City, NY 2005 Fred Wilson (financier), Brad Burnham and Albert Wenger Technology
Viking Venture Nordics 2001 Erik Hagen, Harald Jeremiassen, Jostein Vik, Joar Welde, Shane McElroy Electronics, Software, Oil & Gas, Materials, Clean Technology Unknown
Wellington Partners Venture Capital Munich, Germany 1991 Rolf Christof Dienst, Frank Böhnke Technology, Digital Media, Life Sciences $700M under management [12]
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