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Sevin Rosen Funds

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Rated 2.7 / 5.0 by 18
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2.8
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FIRM OVERVIEW: Very Small Private VC founded in 1981 based out of Dallas, United States (US Central)

TEAM MEMBERS: Al Schuele, Amra Tareen, Charles Phipps, Dave McLean, Jackie Kimzey, John Jaggers, John Oxaal, Jon Bayless, Nick Sturiale, Ram Velidi, Steve Domenik, Steve Dow,

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They Just Closed a Round of Funding

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Posted by Lead Maverick on 2008-10-29

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From what we hear on the street in Dallas, Sevin Rosen has closed on a new round of funding in August 2008 (Fund #10). They where spending the summer interviewing companies in preperation for formal review in Q4 2008. We have not heard any more on the street in Dallas about their activity but would not be suprised if Q1 2009 showed some activity.

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Breaking Up is Hard to Do

Fund: Sevin Rosen Funds

Posted by Anonymous on 2008-01-23

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Sevin Rosen is no longer investing, although the partners may reform and do separate investments.

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Rough Ride, but Perhaps Unusual Circumstances

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Posted by Anonymous on 2008-01-01

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Don't Seem to Be Doing Deals

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Posted by Anonymous on 2007-05-14

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We had lots of positive discussions but nothing much happened. Not unusual for VCs, of course, but didn't do much to dispell the "SRF has hung up their ten gallon hats" story. And all this after a big 10-partners-in-the-room pitch that seemed like a fairly advanced stage of the discussion.

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Check to See if They Have Dry Powder!

Fund: Sevin Rosen Funds

Posted by Alexander Muse on 2007-05-04

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Enjoyed working with Jackie Kimzey through the funding process. Ultimately we decided to work with a New York firm focused on our investment space. Interestingly, I think the SRF team wanted Jackie to take over the CEO post. That was the primary factor in our decision to pick another lead investor in our company. I think they returned their latest fund if memory serves.

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