DAG Ventures
DAG Ventures is a private investment firm formed in 1991. DAG Ventures manages $1.8 billion across a portfolio of over 160 companies in a wide array of technology sectors. DAG Ventures leads mid-stage and growth financing rounds into promising portfolio companies of select, proven early-stage VC partnerships. DAG Ventures was spun-off in 2004 from Duff Ackerman & Goodrich, a private equity investment firm focused on investments in the communications and media industries.

ID Soft Capital

iDVentures America
Identifies and invests in North American companies with visionary innovation, intellectual property, and exemplary growth potential. Our seasoned team possesses years of leadership and expertise in local and international markets, manufacturing and operations, as well as strong ties to world-class business chains and consumer networks. iD Ventures America has been active in the venture community since 1998. Currently we have a total of $150 million under management with $100 million in active investments.


Keytone Ventures
Keytone Ventures is a China-focused venture fund committed to building industry-leading companies by partnering with emerging entrepreneurs. Founded in 2008, Keytone was established by a seasoned team of founders who are among the most experienced venture investors in China. It is focused on early and growth-stage companies and primarily identifies investment opportunities in technology, clean-tech, consumer services, and media. Keytone currently manages $420 million capital across two funds.

Korea Investment Partners

Korea Investment Partners
Korea Investment Partners, a Korea Investment Holdings company, is a private equity company specializing in small- and mid-cap business and has been discovering, investing in and promoting growth of promising businesses since establishment in 1986. From 2000, we have been managing venture capital funds worth KRW 714.8 billion and an overseas fund worth RMB 100 million, and maintaining robust relationships with major long-term institutional investors including National Pension Service, Korea Finance Corporation and Korea Development Bank based on our solid track record.


Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers
Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB) has backed entrepreneurs in more than 500 ventures leading to 150 IPOs, 350,000 jobs and a deep strategic network. The firm has helped build pioneering companies like Amazon, Electronic Arts, Genentech, Google, Intuit, Juniper Networks, Netscape, Symantec and VeriSign. KPCB partners serve on the boards of Amazon, Apple, Bloom Energy, Flipboard, Google, Hewlett-Packard, Nest, Square and Zynga, among others. KPCB accelerates the success of entrepreneurs with a team of partners delivering company-building services including strategy, operational scaling, recruiting, business development and product delivery. The firm invests in all stages from seed and incubation to growth companies. KPCB operates from offices in Menlo Park, San Francisco, Shanghai and Beijing.


SK Telecom (China) Ventures
SK Telecom (China) Ventures is a dedicated venture capital fund that looks to make strategic investments in Internet, mobile, semiconductor, and enterprise solution start-ups. We are committed to building long-term value for our portfolio companies beyond a financial investment. We achieve this through deep technical and strategic guidance, access to leading edge engineering and manufacturing resources and through the brand value associated with our limited partner SK Telecom (China) Ventures. As a global leader in wireless telecommunications, SK telecom has built a reputation for delivering innovative mobile, media, and internet services in the cutting-edge markets. The company also maintains a leadership position in the area of advanced semiconductor technology through the acquisition of Hynix Semiconductor (now SK Hynix). SK Telecom (China) Ventures is based in Beijing, China and pursues both domestic and cross-border investment opportunities.