Google Capital is a growth equity fund which was launched by Google in the summer of 2013. Their goal is to invest in the most promising companies of tomorrow, with one important difference from Google Ventures; while Google Ventures ocuses mainly on early-stage investments, Google Capital will be looking to invest in companies solely as they hit their growth phase, which means finding companies that have already built a solid foundation and are really ready to expand their business in big ways. Google Capital looks across a range of industries for companies with new technologies and proven track records in their fields.
|Credit Karma||3/2014||Series C||$85M||4|
|Renaissance Learning||2/2014||Private Equity||$40M||1|
|Lending Club||5/2013||Private Equity||$125M||2|