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  2. About Sequoia Capital India

    Sequoia Capital India

    Sequoia Capital is a venture capital firm founded by Don Valentine in 1972. The firm's partners include Don Valentine, Pierre Lamond, Michael Moritz, Doug Leone, Mike Goguen, Mark Stevens, Jim Goetz, Sameer Gandhi, Roelof Botha, and Mark Kvamme. Jason Calacanis has had, as of 5 December, 2005, a position as an EIA (Entrepreneur in Action) at Sequoia.

    Sequoia provided venture capital for AMCC, Aricent, Aruba, Asia Media, Atom Entertainment, Documentum, Electronic Arts, eLoan, FirstSource, Flextronics, Idea Cellular, Isilon, Google, Meebo, Paypal, LinkedIn, LSI Logic, Mellanox, Microchip, Netezza, NetScreen, Network Appliance, nVidia, PixelWorks, PMC Sierra, Royal Orchid Hotels, SourceFire, Yahoo!, YouTube, and was one of the first investors in Cisco Systems, Oracle and Apple. Around 10% of the value of NASDAQ is made up of firms funded by Sequoia.[1]Sequoia invests in the U.S., China, India, Israel.

    Sequoia profited well when Google agreed to buy YouTube for $1.65B. It is believed that Sequoia's $11M investment translated to 30% of the ownership.

  3. Quotes about Sequoia Capital India

    1. The raise of Sequoia Capital India Growth Fund II demonstrates our belief in the strong growth story in India, and builds on the performance of our first growth fund.
      Sumir Chadha in Sequoia Capital closes Indian growth fund on $725m
    2. Sequoia Capital India Invests INR600 Mln In Quick Heal Technologies.
      In Sequoia Capital India Invests INR600 Million In Quick Heal Technologies
    3. These include Catamaran Management Services, WestBridge, Sequoia Capital India, Sandstone Investment Partners, Kismet Microfinance and Mr Vinod Khosla, founding CEO of Sun Microsystems, formerly a partner at Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield & Byers, and partner at Khosla Ventures. They have not sold a single share in the Company.
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