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Trilogy Equity Partners

Trilogy Equity Partners

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Headquarters Location

United States, Bellevue

About

Trilogy Equity Partners is a well known and established VC, which was founded in 2006. The fund is located in United States, North America. The primary office of this VC is located in Bellevue.

Among the most popular investment industries for the fund are Internet, Analytics. However, the fund’s focus is not limited to this, since there are 15 more areas of investment. Lookout, Infinium Labs, BelAir Networks are among the most popular portfolio start-ups of the fund. The country of its establishment and the country of its most frequent investments coincides - United States. However, start-ups from 2 other countries can be found in the fund's portfolio. Moreover, a start-up needs to be 2-3 years old to get investment from this fund. The fund has no a preferred number of founders for start-ups that it invests in. If there are 5+ founders in the start-up, the probability of getting the investment is low.

The fund usually participates in 2-6 investment rounds per year. The fund's activity peaked in 2015. In addition, the fund was active in 2019. Deals in the range of 5 - 10 millions dollars are most common for this fund. The average start-up valuation at the time of investment from Trilogy Equity Partners is 50-100 millions dollars. In comparison with other funds, Trilogy Equity Partners makes 4 percentage points less than the average number of lead investments. The most exits for the fund occurred in 2011. In terms of the fund's performance, this VC has 21 percentage points more exits when compared to other organizations.

Besides the listed founders, we have found 12 key employees of this fund in our database.

The usual method for the fund is to invest in rounds with 4-5 other investors. Aside from Trilogy Equity Partners, start-ups are often funded by Maveron, Madrona Venture Group, Kleiner Perkins and 47 other funds. The most common co-investors for the fund are Maveron, Madrona Venture Group, Ignition Partners and also 56 different VCs. The investors in the following rounds are usually Kleiner Perkins, Bezos Expeditions, Accel, and 25 VCs in total.

Year Founded

2006

Fund Activity

Operative

Mail Rule [rules by which you can get an email of an interesting for you fund employee, knowing only the name and surname of this employee]

Domain name: trilogyequity.com; User name format in descending order of probability: first '.' last

Group Appearance [how often fund is operating separately from groups with shared interest]

97.6% of cases

Investments per Year [average amount of rounds in which fund participates each year]

4-6

Follow-on Index [how often fund is ready to support its portfolio startup at next rounds]

26.3% of cases

Average Multiplicator [the average ratio of the last valuation of portfolio startups to their total amount of financing raised]

x3.7

Average Portfolio Company
Exit Age [the average age of portfolio startups at which they go public or become acquired]

3 years

Success / Strategy Similarity
Index [the matching between fund's investment strategy and its proved successes in the form of portfolio startups high valuations]

0.25 out of 1

Number of Unicorns [amount of portfolio companies, which were valuated at more then $1B]

1

Funds Investing in Previous
Rounds

Maveron, Madrona Venture Group, Kleiner Perkins

Funds Investing in Following
Rounds

Kleiner Perkins, Bezos Expeditions, Accel

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