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53 Investments in 26 Companies
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Danny Rimer is a general partner at Index Ventures, based in San Francisco.

He currently serves on the boards of Flipboard, Patreon, 1stdibs, Farfetch, Sky (LSE:BSY), Good Eggs, Nasty Gal, Viagogo, Dropbox, Anki, and SFMOMA. Danny was previously a director of Etsy (NASDAQ:ETSY), Trialpay (now sold to Visa (NASDAQ:V)), KVS (NASDAQ:SYMC), Last.fm (NYSE:CBS), Lovefilm (NASDAQ:AMZN), MySQL (NASDAQ:ORCL), Neoteris (NASDAQ:JNPR) and Skype (NASDAQ:EBAY).

Prior to joining Index in 2002, Danny was a general partner of The Barksdale Group, where he invested in a dozen companies including TellMe (Microsoft). Previously, Danny was Managing Director in Hambrecht & Quist's (JP Morgan) Equity Research Group and was responsible for the firm's Internet practice.

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General Partner

Jan 1, 2002 - Current   (over 14 years)
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DateInvested InRoundDetails
Jul, 2016$15M / Series C (Lead)
Jun, 2016$52.5M / Venture
Dec, 2015$35M / Series B
Dec, 2015$14M / Series A
Aug, 2015$5.5M / Series A (Lead)
Apr, 2015$20M / Series B
Feb, 2015$16M / Series C
Sep, 2014$55M / Series C
Sep, 2014$21M / Series B (Lead)
Jul, 2014$25M / Series B
Jun, 2014$15M / Series A (Lead)Personal Investment
May, 2014$20M / Series C
Mar, 2014$9.4M / Series A (Lead)
Dec, 2013$50M / Series C
Dec, 2013$1.43M / Seed
Jun, 2013$50M / Series A
May, 2013$12M / Series BPersonal Investment
Mar, 2013$20M / Series C
Dec, 2012$42M / Venture
Nov, 2012$25M / Series E
Oct, 2012$3.2M / Venture (Lead)
Aug, 2012$40M / Series B (Lead)
May, 2012$40M / Series F (Lead)
Mar, 2012$35M / Series D
Mar, 2012$9M / Series A (Lead)
Jan, 2012$40M / Series C
Jan, 2012$18M / Series B (Lead)
Oct, 2011$250M / Series B (Lead)
Apr, 2011$50M / Series B
Feb, 2011$17.5M / Series B
Dec, 2010$25M / Series A (Lead)
Dec, 2010£3.8M / Series A
Sep, 2010$25M / Series C
Aug, 2010$20M / Series E (Lead)
Jul, 2010$10.5M / Series A
May, 2010$3.5M / Series BPersonal Investment
May, 2010$7.5M / Series A (Lead)
Apr, 2010$3.5M / Series A (Lead)
Feb, 2010£450k / Undisclosed
Feb, 2010$2M / SeedPersonal Investment

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