Voyager Capital

Voyager Capital

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Headquarters Location

United States, Seattle

About

Voyager Capital was established in 1997, and is a well known VC. This investor is located in North America, United States. The primary office of this VC is located in Seattle.

The fund was created by Bill McAleer, Enrique Godreau. The overall number of key employees in the fund's team is 4.

Among their most successful investment fields, we have identified Internet, Enterprise Software. Also, because of its portfolio diversification tendency, we can highlight 24 more industries for this fund. Among the most popular portfolio start-ups of the fund, are ChargePoint, GMI, Lytics. The fund has no specific requirements for the number of founders in a start-up. When a start-up has 5+ founders, the probability of closing the deal is low. Also, a start-up has to be aged 4-5 years to expect investment from this fund. The country of its establishment and the country of its most frequent investments coincides - United States. However, start-ups from 1 other country can be found in the fund's portfolio.

The average start-up valuation at the time of investment from Voyager Capital is 50-100 millions dollars. In 2014, the fund's activity was at its peak. Additionally, in 2019 the fund was active. In real terms, this VC performs 11 percentage points more exits than other funds. The fund generally invests in 7-12 deals every year. Typical investments for this fund are deals in the range of 5 - 10 millions dollars. In comparison with other funds, Voyager Capital makes 8 percentage points less than the average number of lead investments. We recorded the biggest number of exits for this fund in 2019.

The fund typically invests in rounds with 3-4 participants. Besides Voyager Capital, start-ups are typically funded by Alliance of Angels, Steamboat Ventures, Intel Capital and 44 more VCs. The most common co-investors for the fund are Oak Investment Partners, Founders' Co-op, Alliance of Angels and also 91 different VCs. In subsequent rounds, the fund is usually joined by Steamboat Ventures, Norwest Venture Partners, Intel Capital, as well as 72 other investors.

Year Founded

1997

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: voyagercapital.com; User name format in descending order of probability: last, first

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

96.9% of cases

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

38.4% of cases

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

x9.3

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

2.7 years

Decision Makers / Strategy
Similarity Index [see explanation at unicorn-nest.com/dataset-what-we-tweet-vs-what-we-invest]

0.25 out of 1

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

Alliance of Angels, Steamboat Ventures, Intel Capital

Funds Investing in Following
Rounds

Steamboat Ventures, Norwest Venture Partners, Intel Capital

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