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27 Investments in 12 Companies
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Jeff Brody is a Partner of Redpoint Ventures. Jeff is focused on investments in technology companies spanning both enterprise and consumer customers.

He currently serves on the board of directors of HomeAway (AWAY), Kodiak Networks, MobiTV, Tantalus, The Receivables Exchange, Viajanet, Xango and 55social. Jeff is also responsible for Redpoint's pioneering investment effort and dedicated early stage venture capital funds in Brazil.

Jeff was an early investor and director of Danger (acquired by Microsoft), Fraud Sciences (acquired by eBay), LifeSize Communications (acquired by Logitech), Concur Technologies (CNQR), Loopnet (LOOP), ZING Systems (acquired by Dell), GetThere (GTHR), mySimon (acquired by CNET), NextCard (NXCD), Onebox (acquired by OpenWave), ViaVideo (acquired by Polycom) and Web TV (acquired by Microsoft).

Before co-founding Redpoint, Jeff was a general partner with Brentwood Venture Capital, a firm he joined in 1994.

Prior to Brentwood, Jeff was at Comdisco Ventures and Crosspoint Venture Partners. Early in his career, Jeff co-founded a mobile telecommunications company and worked as a field engineer for Schlumberger Ltd. in Europe and Africa.

Jeff received a B.S. in Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley and a M.B.A. from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He currently serves as a member of the Stanford Business School Trust.

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Co-Founder & Partner

1999 - Current   (over 17 years)
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DateInvested InRoundDetails
Jan, 2016$17.5M / Venture
Aug, 2015$70M / Series B
Oct, 2014$60M / Series B
Jun, 2014$12M / Series A (Lead)
Apr, 2014$5M / Series A (Lead)
Jun, 2013$10M / Private Equity
Apr, 2013$16.5M / Private Equity
Nov, 2011$3M / Venture
May, 2011$19M / Series C (Lead)
Jan, 2010$17M / Series C
Jan, 2010$13.48M / Venture (Lead)
Feb, 2009$7.75M / Series B (Lead)
Nov, 2008$250M / Series E
Oct, 2007$11M / Series B (Lead)
Nov, 2006$10.3M / Series E
Nov, 2006$160M / Series B
Nov, 2006$30M / Series C
Sep, 2006$25M / Series D
Jul, 2006$70M / Series C
Dec, 2005$17.5M / Venture
Oct, 2005$15M / Series B (Lead)
Jan, 2005$49M / Series A
Aug, 2004$15M / Series B (Lead)
Jul, 2004$37M / Series D (Lead)
May, 2003$18M / Series A (Lead)
Feb, 2003$35M / Series D
Oct, 2001$36M / Series B (Lead)

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