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Co-Founder, Chairman and CEO, Revolution LLC
Co-founder, Revolution LLC; Managing Partner, Revolution Ventures
Chief Financial Officer, Case Holdings, Revolution and the Case Foundation
Vice President, Communications
President, Case Holdings and General Counsel
SVP Operations & Deputy General Counsel
Partner, Revolution Growth
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Revolution LLC

Launched by Steve Case in 2005, Revolution seeks to transform whole market sectors by shifting power to consumers. Revolution looks for companies that are attacking large, traditional industries with innovative new products and services.

Revolution LLC has three core business groups: Revolution Ventures, Revolution Growth and Revolution Places.

Many industries are on the brink of disruptive change: At Revolution they build insurgent companies to capitalize on nascent opportunities. Revolution searches for businesses that recognize emerging market trends and pursues them, taking risks and ultimately defining their industry. Revolution scouts for innovative new products and breakthrough ways of doing things that are currently undiscovered, under-financed, or undone–leaving consumers under-served.

Revolution Ventures makes initial early-stage venture capital investments in companies, often in partnership with other top-tier investors, in amounts of less than $10 million. Revolution typically leads early rounds of financing but will also follow other top-tier investors in companies they love with investment partners they trust and respect. The firm is often involved as a Board member with a focus on strategy and developing a competitive position in the marketplace.

The Revolution Ventures team looks at business concepts that match its experience and interests. These tend to be big disruptive ideas that attack areas of the consumer space ripe for reinvention, which have the potential to rapidly scale. Businesses they engage with typically come from the consumer tech sector, media, entertainment, or other mass-market opportunities that offer a unique approach to tackling a staid category and grow into a significant consumer business.

The Revolution Growth team sees itself as business builders, not just investors. Its sweet spot is on technology-enabled businesses that empower consumers and disrupt existing, multi-billion dollar industries. Revolution Growth invests upwards of $20M in “speed-ups” – helping companies take ideas from niche to mass and scale to capitalize on huge market opportunities. The team is highly selective – typically investing significant amounts in only two or three new companies per year. They operate on a very hands-on basis and as a true partner, working relentlessly with management teams, over a long period of time, to help build their businesses.

Revolution Places invests in unique real estate and hospitality opportunities, creating a new model for travel and tourism that promotes and encourages a healthy lifestyle and establishes a consumer brand that reflects those values. The team invests in differentiated properties that have significant long-term development potential and in lifestyle hospitality companies with the opportunity to scale. Revolution Places’ typical investment is in the $25-50 million range, and it is usually the majority shareholder.

Across all funds and business areas, Revolution’s philosophy is that “Consumers drive the changes in the marketplace; Revolution serves as the engine”.

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Steve Case Interview at Startup America HD Social, TiEcon 2011

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Sen. Moran with Steve Case on CNBC’s The Kudlow Report

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TEDxMidAtlantic 2010 - Steve Case - 11/5/10

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TEDxMidAtlantic 2010 - Ted Leonsis - 11/5/10

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Ted Leonsis - The Business Of Happiness: Smith Business School

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This Week in Venture Capital - Tige Savage Co Founder of Revolution

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Tige Savage: Life at AOL

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  1. Steve Case’s Revolution Growth Invests $22 Million In Local, Organic Salad Chain Sweetgreen ( [edit]
  2. CustomInk Nabs $40 Million In Funding From Revolution Growth, Adds Ted Leonsis To Its Board ( [edit]
  3. Bigcommerce Raises $40M From Steve Case’s Revolution Growth To Help SMBs Manage E-Commerce ( [edit]
  4. Steve Case’s Revolution Growth Leads Series B Round in Optoro ( [edit]
  5. SEC ( [edit]
  6. Operations And Service Management SaaS Booker Raises $27.5M From Bain Capital Ventures, Revolution And Others ( [edit]
  7. After Getting On Xbox, SnagFilms Raises Another $6 Million To Bring Ad-Supported Indie Films To More Platforms ( [edit]
  8. Sawbuck Closes $3.5M Round With Funding From Revolution Ventures ( [edit]
  9. BenchPrep Grabs $6M From NEA, Revolution For Cross-Platform, Interactive Courses ( [edit]
  10. Loosecubes Secures $7.8M From NEA, Accel To Become The Airbnb For Shared Office Space ( [edit]
  11. 1M Students Strong, Echo360 Secures $31M From Steve Case, Ted Leonsis To Flip Higher Ed ( [edit]
  12. Resonate Raises $22 Million for “Values” Ads ( [edit]
  13. HelloWallet Raises $12M in Series B funding ( [edit]
  14. FedBid Receives Funding from Revolution Growth Fund ( [edit]
  15. RunKeeper Raises $10 Million From Spark Capital, Steve Case, And OATV ( [edit]
  16. NEA, Steve Case, Ted Leonsis Put $26M In Social Business Intelligence Startup NewBrandAnalytics ( [edit]
  17. GramercyOne Raises $14.5M From Revolution, Others For Cloud-based Business Management Software ( [edit]
  18. AddThis Indeed: Clearspring Raises $20 Million As It Rides Social Sharing Boom ( [edit]
  19. Bill Gross's UberMedia Raises $17.5 Million From Accel, Index and Steve Case ( [edit]
  20. Personal Closes $7.6M Series A Round of Financing ( [edit]
  21. Social Learning Company Koofers Raises $5 Million From Revolution, Others ( [edit]
  22. Online Targeting Company Resonate Networks Raises $5 Million ( [edit]
  23. HelloWallet Nabs $3.6 Million From Steve Case And Grotech For Personal Finance Software ( [edit]
  24. LivingSocial Raises Another $14 Million To Expand Group Buying Sites. ( [edit]
  25. Group Purchasing Startup LivingSocial Raises $25 Million In Series B Round ( [edit]
  26. TechCrunch ( [edit]
  27. Revolution Money raises $50M to take on PayPal, upend credit card industry ( [edit]
  28. Widget company, Clearspring, says it leads market, and raises $5.5M ( [edit]
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  30. BenchPrep Grabs $6M From NEA, Revolution For Cross-Platform, Interactive Courses ( [edit]
    Revolution Ventures Goes After Early-Stage Investments With Latest Fund ( [edit]
    Steve Case’s Revolution Ventures Raising $150M For New Early-Stage VC Fund ( [edit]
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