- This article is about the venture capital firm. For the former country, see Democratic Federal Yugoslavia (DFY, or DFJ).
Draper Fisher Jurvetson (DFJ) is a venture capital firm based in Menlo Park, California with affiliate offices in more than 30 cities around the world and over $4.5 billion in capital commitments.
The firm known for funding well-known technology companies including Hotmail (acquired by Microsoft), Overture (acquired by Yahoo) and Skype (acquired by eBay).
DFJ was founded in 1985 by Timothy C. Draper as Draper Associates and the firm is named Draper as well as managing directors John H. N. Fisher and Steve Jurvetson.
DFJ maintains a loosely affiliated network of semi-indpendent venture capital
firms in the U.S., Europe, Asia and Latin America.
- DFJ Athena Korea - Seoul, Korea
- Draper Atlantic - Washington, DC
- DFJ DragonFund China - Shanghai, China, San Jose, California
- DFJ Element - Radnor, Pennsylvania
- DFJ ePlanet - Hong Kong, Singapore, Beijing, China
- DFJ Esprit - London, England
- DFJ FIR Brazil - Sao Paulo, Brazil
- DFJ Frontier - Portland, Oregon, Sacramento, California, Santa Barbara, California
- DFJ Gotham -New York, New York
- DFJ Growth Fund - Menlo Park, California
- DFJ Mercury - Houston, Texas
- DFJ New England - Boston, Massachusetts
- DFJ Polaris - Anchorage, Alaska
- DFJ Portage Ventures - Chicago, Illinois
- DFJ Tamir Fishman - Tel Aviv, Israel
- Draper Triangle - Cleveland, Ohio, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
- DFJ VTB Aurora - Moscow, Russia
- DFJ VinaCapital - Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam