Pritzker Group Venture Capital
Pritzker Group Venture Capital, formerly New World Ventures, helps entrepreneurs build market-leading technology companies at every stage of their growth. Since the firm's founding in 1996, Pritzker has worked side-by-side with entrepreneurs at more than 100 companies. Successful exits in recent years include Fleetmatics (NYSE: FLTX), SinglePlatform (acquired by Constant Contact), Zinch (acquired by Chegg), Playdom (acquired by Disney), LeftHand Networks (acquired by Hewlett-Packard), and TicketsNow (acquired by Ticketmaster). While Pritzker Group Venture Capital has invested as much as $50 million into a company, the firm's initial target investment is typically in the $3-$7 million range. Pritzker's five core investment themes include: The Commerce Mosaic, Transformation of Enterprise Applications, Digital Media Technologies, Interactive Health and The Interconnected World.