Representative Clients


Yahoo! Inc. is a leading global internet brand and one of the most trafficked Internet destinations worldwide. Yahoo! seeks to provide online products and services essential to users' lives, and offers a full range of tools and marketing solutions for businesses to connect with Internet users around the world. Yahoo! is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.


As the world's leading live entertainment ticketing and marketing company, Ticketmaster connects the world to live entertainment. Ticketmaster operates in 20 global markets, providing ticket sales, ticket resale services, marketing and distribution through, one of the largest e-commerce sites on the Internet; approximately 6,700 retail outlets; and 20 worldwide call centers.


Located in Los Angeles, a global center for arts, technology and international trade, the University of Southern California is one of the world's leading private research universities. USC enrolls more international students than any other U.S. university and offers extensive opportunities for internships and study abroad. With a strong tradition of integrating liberal and professional education, USC fosters a vibrant culture of public service and encourages students to cross academic as well as geographic boundaries in their pursuit of knowledge.


Fabrik/SimpleTech deliver a blend of online services, software, memory and storage solutions that help consumers, small businesses and AV professionals store, access and manage their growing collections of digital content. Investors include 3i, ComVentures and Intel Capital Corp.


Paciolan, Inc., currently Ticketmaster Irvine, provides sports and entertainment venues with the software needed to facilitate automated ticketing. In 2008, Paciolan was acquired by Ticketmaster. Paciolan’s investors included Technology Crossover Ventures, Comcast-Spectacor Ventures, Argentum Group and Marwit Capital.

Rip Curl

As the market leaders in surfing wetsuits for over 30 years, Rip Curl has set the standard for apparel, gear and accessories for the surf and related industries. Rip Curl has become one of the largest boardwear brands in Australia, Europe and the Americas, and its global presence can be seen in their products, as well as the events and riders that they support. Whether you are chasing uncharted reefs, untracked powder or unridden rails, Rip Curl’s goal is to have you covered.


Bitfone Corporation provides software solutions for customer care automation and mobile device management to wireless operators and handset providers. In 2007, Bitfone was acquired by Hewlett-Packard. Bitfone's investors included Qualcomm, Motorola, Flextronics, 3i, BlueRun Ventures, KTB Ventures, Vesbridge Partners and Prism VentureWorks.


LogicalApps provides embedded governance software for enterprise applications. In 2008, Logical Apps was acquired by Oracle. Logical Apps’ investors included Sequoia Capital and Mission Ventures.

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BlueRun Ventures is a leading early stage venture capital fund. BlueRun Ventures' proven approach is to invest globally as a single fund in best-of-breed technologies and teams with the drive and ability to build leading global companies.

GigaOM was founded in 2006, and it has grown into the leading provider of online media, events and research for global technology innovators. The company is one of the most credible and insightful voices at the intersection of business and technology, with an online audience of more than 4 million monthly unique visitors; industry-leading events, including Structure, Mobilize, NewTeeVee Live, Net:Work, Green:Net and Bunker Sessions; and a pioneering market research service and digital community, GigaOM Pro, which provides insider access to expert analysis on emerging technology markets.


Mahalo is a human-powered search engine dedicated to help people easily find information and resources they can trust. Mahalo launched in public alpha in May of 2007 and graduated to public beta in October of that year. Mahalo continues to introduce novel features to enhance the user experience, such as Mahalo Dollars, Mahalo Answers, Mahalo Tasks and Page Management.


Miartech is a global fabless semiconductor company with operations in the U.S. and China. Since its inception in 2004, Miartech has established itself as a world-class technology leader in Power Line Communication (PLC). Miartech’s investors include DFJ DragonFund, DFJ Element and Draper Fisher Jurvetson.


Crazy Egg Inc. is an innovative website analytics company whose products allow companies to visualize visitors to their website by tracking individual clicks.

Seoul Semicon

Seoul Semiconductor Co., Ltd., one of the world's leading LED manufacturers, has been named by both Forbes and Business Week as one of the most promising Asian companies. Its product, Acriche, was named as "Product of the Year 2006" by Elektronik, one of the most prestigious electronics magazines in Europe. Seoul Semiconductor's primary business areas are LED packaging and custom module manufacturing. Applications for the company's LED products include general lighting, signage, back lighting for mobile phones, TVs, notebook computers, automotive lighting, home appliances and signals. It has over 1,251 patents and 100 licenses. Seoul Semiconductor has 18 branches including 3 overseas corporate offices. Its products are also represented by more than 90 distributors worldwide.


As the maker of Osiris Shoes, California Board Sports, Inc. set out to fill a void in the skateboard industry for pro designed and endorsed footwear in 1996. Best known for their innovations in technical footwear and designs, Osiris continues to have a strong presence in the action sports industry as one of the leaders of skateboard shoes and apparel.


Since 2005, Socialcast has created and deployed social software across a variety of industries and to thousands of companies. From the beginning, Socialcast has focused on developing superior technology and providing the best customer service in the industry. Socialcast's mission is to help clients solve distinct business challenges using innovative software and a people-centric approach. Socialcast recently launched Socialcast Ease, its powerful activity stream engine for the Enterprise. With a focus on helping medium and large companies socialize and centralize their communications between people, applications and data, Socialcast Ease leads the industry in humanizing collaboration inside a company. Socialcast is based in San Francisco, California with a satellite office in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Socialcast is funded by Menlo Ventures, True Ventures and a host of Silicon Valley angel investors. Socialcast was acquired by VMware in 2011.