Mayfield Fund is venture capital firm with over $2.8 billion under management. Since its founding in 1969, it has raised 13 U.S. funds, one India fund , and assisted its partners at GSR Ventures in raising three China-focused funds. Mayfield Fund invested in more than 500 companies, taken more than 100 public, and nearly 100 have merged or were acquired. The key sectors of investment include: consumer, enterprise, energy tech, communication service provider and chips and components. Mayfield Fund invest across all stages of a company life cycle, from incubation and Series A, through growth and later stages.
Our team has a global perspective combined with a hands-on approach and is committed to partnering with entrepreneurs to help drive their success. We've learned over the last four decades that unless you constantly adapt - you will die. That is why we are encouraging our companies to find the hidden opportunities in the latest macroeconomic and market changes. In fact, our vision, curiosity, financial strength and commitment helped create some of the household names in Silicon Valley.
Mohr, Davidow Ventures
Mohr, Davidow Ventures (MDV) has earned a reputation among entrepreneurs as a skillful partner committed to building industry-leading companies in the areas of enterprise software, semiconductors, life sciences infrastructure, and communications. Founded in 1983, MDV has $2 billion under management.
Integral Capital Partners
Integral Capital Partners operates a family of partnerships that invests in expansion-stage private and growth-stage public companies in the information technology and life sciences industries. Integral invests in technology firms focused on communications-centric computing, real-time applications, and user mobility.
Meritech Capital Partners
Meritech Capital is a leading provider of late-stage venture capital to premier information technology companies. With over $2.2 billion under management, Meritech seeks to lead investments in the portfolio companies of leading early-stage venture capital firms.