- Index Ventures has announced it closed $2 billion in funds: $1.2 billion for late-stage growth rounds and $800 million for emerging startups
Index Ventures has announced it closed $2 billion in funds: $1.2 billion for late-stage growth rounds and $800 million for emerging startups. The funds are known as “Index Ventures 10” ($800 million) and “Index Growth 5” ($1.2 billion).
This total amount is larger than Index’s last fund of $1.65 billion ($1 billion for growth and $650 million for emerging startups) — which goes back to July 2018.
Some of Index’s recent investments include Fast, Notion, Collibra, and Safety Culture. And some of the other companies in Index’s portfolio include Deliveroo, Glossier, Confluent, Revolut, and Roblox. And Index’s companies that have gone public are Slack, Adyen, and Datadog.
“Innovation is often born out of adversity… The path to building a great company is not a straight line, with many obstacles and forks along the way. We take the long view and remain committed to investing in ambitious entrepreneurs at this unprecedented time.”
-Index Ventures partner Jan Hammer
“We believe that entrepreneurs hold the keys to the world’s recovery, and we couldn’t support them without the backing of our investors, our limited partners. Many of them have been with us for two decades, and we’re especially thankful for their continued commitment in times like these. The success of our entrepreneurs in turn helps to fund the research organizations, universities, medical institutes and the pension funds our limited partners represent, and we couldn’t be more proud to have them as part of the Index Family.”
-Index Ventures partner Mike Volpi