Crosslink Capital

Crosslink Capital is a leading early-stage venture capital firm with roughly $1.6 billion in assets.

Crosslink, which traces its roots back to 1989, was among the first and largest investment firms in the U.S. to integrate public and private technology investing in three families of funds: venture capital funds, long/short hedge funds, and a unique hybrid crossover fund. This strategy allows Crosslink to partner with its portfolio companies on a long-term basis.

With more than 25 years behind it, Crosslink Capital has invested in hundreds of private companies, including Pandora (NYSE: P), (NASDAQ: ACOM), Omniture (acquired by Adobe Systems), Equinix (NASDAQ: EQIX), Carbonite (NASDAQ: CARB), BlueArc (acquired by Hitachi), SeaMicro (acquired by AMD), Bleacher Report (acquired by Turner Broadcasting), Flurry (acquired by Yahoo), Bizo (acquired by LinkedIn), ServiceMax (acquired by GE), Coupa (NASDAQ: COUP), DataStax,, Postmates, Casper, Vungle, and Prosper.

Founders:  Michael Stark, Sy Kaufman