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Rated 2.5 / 5.0 by 6
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FIRM OVERVIEW: Large Private VC founded in 2005 based out of Menlo Park, USA (US West)

FIRM DESCRIPTION: Bridgescale invests in scalable technology businesses. Our investment focus ranges from venture-backed startups to public and private company divestitures.

TEAM MEMBERS: James Joaquin, John De Loche, Lak Ananth, Matthew Cowan, Rob Chaplinsky,

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Good Pitch, Timely Follow Up, Brisk Due Diligence, No Nonsense Terms

Fund: Bridgescale Partners

Posted by OtherPeoplesMoney on 2010-05-05

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We enjoyed pitching the Bridgescale team. Being a smaller fund, they can get all the key players together pretty quickly and are able to make a decision to move forward with diligence or to say "no" in a crisp manner.

The team seems well balanced with a mix of investors who are very tech savvy and get excited about new markets and new product concepts, as well as more circumspect financial investors who take a look through the lens of the spreadsheet. All in all I think it's a good mix.

My opinion is that Bridgescale is a good fund to pitch if you are a later stage company doing $10M+ in revenues, with a proven market and business model. I don't think they play that much with earlier stage deals. Bridgescale syndicates well with other firms, so would be a good choice for a company looking for a series C type of round.

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