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Announcing KP19


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We're excited to announce Kleiner Perkins' nineteenth venture fund, KP19, with $700M to focus on early stage investments in Enterprise, Consumer, Hardtech, Fintech, and Healthcare companies.

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Announcing KP19

  1. 1. 1 KP19 Overview
  2. 2. 2 Not too long ago in Menlo, not too 
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  4. 4. 4 OF THE
  5. 5. 5 Our Mission Be the first call for founders who want to make history, and partner with them as company builders in pursuit of that goal.
  6. 6. 6 Our Ethos Moral compass Humility Empathy Winning as a mindset
  7. 7. 7 Our Values One Team, One Dream Pride in Excellence Operating in Real Time Positive Intent
  8. 8. 8 Kleiner Perkins 48 years, 1000+ companies 225 IPOs, 200 M&As $3T in market cap created $30B returned to LPs Last 10 years Net IRR: 26.5% venture funds; 24.3% all funds
  9. 9. 0 15 30 45 60 1977 1979 1981 1983 1985 1987 1989 1991 1993 1995 1997 1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 2015 2017 2019 9 2019: The largest number of IPOs since 1999 M&As & IPOs by year (venture and growth) 48 year total snapshot: 1,000+ companies | $3T market cap | $30B distributed to LPs| 225 IPOs | 200 M&A and Transactions IPO - Venture IPO - Growth M&A - Venture M&A - Growth
  10. 10. 10 Our Guiding Investment Principles Invest early Invest with conviction
  11. 11. Firm Overview
  12. 12. Our business is simple: See it Win it Work it
  13. 13. Enable our founders to succeed through high quality experiences and make them our strongest advocates
  14. 14. Annie Case Josh Coyne Monica Desai WeissHaomiao Huang Mamoon Hamid Wen Hsieh Ted SchleinBucky MooreIlya Fushman A Uniquely Experienced Investment Team
  15. 15. Deeply Technical Foundation Education 3 PhDs, 6 Masters Specialties in Semiconductors, Quantum Computing, Biochemistry, MEMS, Aerospace, Mathematics
  16. 16. Breadth of Operating Experience 40+ years of operating experience SaaS, Consumer, Security, Networking, Semiconductors Engineering/Product, Sales, Marketing, Corp Dev, BD
  17. 17. Investment Domains Annie Case Josh Coyne Monica Desai Weiss Haomiao Huang Mamoon Hamid Wen Hsieh Ted SchleinBucky MooreIlya Fushman Consumer, Health Enterprise, Fintech Consumer, Fintech Hardtech, Enterprise Enterprise, Health Hardtech, Enterprise Security, EnterpriseEnterprise, SecurityEnterprise, Consumer
  18. 18. Talent, Business Development, Marketing Helping our Companies Win with a Focused Approach
  19. 19. Talent Enable our companies to succeed by building winning teams through key hires and make us the first call for talent Alicia Lau Jackie Xu
  20. 20. Business Development Amplify the go-to-market for our investments Joubin Mirzadegan
  21. 21. Marketing Write our next chapter through the voices of our portfolio companies and bring our brand to life in physical settings Nicole Zuuring Allie Cefalo
  22. 22. What we are investing in
  23. 23. Enterprise - SaaS and Infrastructure Every business is now a tech business 600+M knowledge workers worldwide Fundamental evolution of core infrastructure The way businesses are built is changing
  24. 24. Our open systems are being used against us Who will matter more than what Humans cannot keep up and protect The interconnected global economy opens up new risks Our biggest security threats are in front of us Enterprise - Security
  25. 25. Consumer The concept of work is changing, and so is how we spend our time and money We have an opportunity to create and consume more experiences than ever before We work… so we can live
  26. 26. Fintech Experiences, wellness, and asset- lightness are becoming the focus Urbanization is transforming how we live, where we live, and how we interact with businesses Wealth disparity is driving the need for financial freedom and opportunity Economic shifts are changing how we live
  27. 27. Healthcare Healthcare is becoming increasingly digitized Access to healthcare is becoming democratized Mental health and wellness are critical Economic shifts are changing how we live
  28. 28. HardTech Key trends are enabled by innovations in technology infrastructure AI everywhere Ultra-low power inference AI for IoT Industry 4.0 Additive manufacturing at scale Industrial AI - AI for everyone Intelligent robotics Full stack, robots as service (RaaS) Autonomous and semi-autonomous Space tech Get in space cheaply and quickly Once up there, enable low-cost, high- speed, large-bandwidth communications
  29. 29. KP18 Overview Series B (4) 12% Series A (18) 53% Series Seed (12) 35% HardTech (8) 24% Healthcare (4) 12% Consumer (4) 12% Fintech (3) 9% Enterprise (15) 43% Stage Sector (N = 34)
  30. 30. KP18 Investments SaaS Infrastructure Security Enterprise FinTech Healthcare HardTechConsumer Sling Health
  31. 31. KP19 Same Team Same Strategy Same Fund Size(ish)
  32. 32. 32 OF THE