Split Rock Partners, with offices in Minneapolis and Menlo Park, seeks emerging opportunities in software, internet services and healthcare primarily in the Upper Midwest and West Coast. Split Rock Partners was formed in June 2004 by the software and healthcare investment teams of St. Paul Venture Capital and continues to manage St. Paul Venture Capital's existing software and healthcare portfolio. Representative software and internet services companies in the Split Rock Portfolio include Compete, LowerMyBills (sold to Experian in 2005), SPS Commerce, and QuinStreet. In May of 2005, the firm announced the closing of Split Rock Partners L.P, a $275 million venture fund. Additional information about Split Rock Partners can be found at


Redpoint Ventures focuses on partnering with and funding innovative companies that have the potential to define, lead, and change industries. Redpoint partners have many decades of experience and success in technology investing; combined with this foundation, the firm is able to leverage a thriving network of entrepreneurs, partners, and industry experts to accelerate building market-leading companies. Redpoint was founded in 1999 by partners from two of the top firms in the venture capital industry, and currently has over $2 billion under management. The firm is headquartered in Menlo Park, Calif., with offices in Los Angeles and Shanghai, China. For more information, please visit


Tenaya Capital is a leading venture capital firm with offices in Menlo Park, California, and Boston, Massachusetts. Founded in 1995 as Lehman Brothers Venture Partners, the firm became an independent company in 2009. Over the years, Tenaya Capital has raised five funds representing over $1 billion of committed capital, and invested it in a wide range of high-growth technology companies, including software, consumer Internet, communications, semiconductors, electronics, and cleantech. For more information, please visit