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Eureka Growth Capital
Offices: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Since its founding in 1999, Eureka Growth Capital has been partnering with owners and managers of growing companies to help them define and meet their objectives. They invest in talented entrepreneurs and management teams that have identified profitable market niches and seek both capital and trusted counsel to support their growth into outstanding enterprises.
EuroFund
Offices: Tel Aviv, Israel
EuroFund is a venture capital fund with a strongly defined identity and distinct areas of operation. They operate through EuroFund and EuroFund 2000—two funds established in alliance with powerful strategic partners who are industry leaders in the global marketplace. Their focus is on early stage Israeli companies specializing in Telecommunications, Microelectronics and Internet related companies. EuroFund has $72 million currently under management.
European Capital
Offices: London, England
European Capital invests in and sponsors management and employee buyouts, invests in private equity buyouts and provides capital directly to private and public companies headquartered predominantly in Europe. European Capital generally invests between €5 million and €500 million per transaction in equity, mezzanine debt and senior debt to fund growth, acquisitions and recapitalizations.
EuropeanFounders
Offices: Munich, Germany
EuropeanFounders are looking for the best people in the market because they invest in entrepreneurs not just ideas or companies. They like to be the lead investor to optimize their support for the founders with whatever resources and skills are needed. EuropeanFounders is focused on early- and later-stage investments in young technology companies especially with an internet or wireless focus.

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European Investment Fund (EIF)
Offices: The Netherlands
European Investment Group is Europe's leading developer of risk financing for entrepreneurship and innovation. It is owned by the European Investment Bank (64%) and the European Community, through the European Commission (27%). As the EIB Group's specialist provider of small and medium-sized enterprises, EIF delivers a full spectrum of financing solutions for selected intermediaries.
eValue
Offices: Dusseldorf, Germany & New York, New York
eValue is a venture capitalists with a focus on ideas and new technologies in the high growth market of digital media. The area of online marketing still provides untapped potential as web publishers need to refinance their online content and brands, and companies are seeking to connect to their consumers via online media. It's eValue's mission to bring these new online-marketing ideas to market.
Evercore Capital Partners
Offices: New York, New York & Los Angeles, California
Evercore Capital Partners is a $1.2 billion private equity partnership funded by prominent US and international investors, including corporate pension funds, endowments, insurance companies, investment trusts, banks and families. ECP makes private equity investments in established businesses, and has differentiated itself by its ability to use Evercore’s extensive relationship network to originate opportunities.
Evergreen Pacific Partners
Offices: Seattle, Washington
Evergreen Pacific Partners is a $275 million private equity fund based in the Pacific Northwest investing in private, traditional, middle-market companies in Western North America. Evergreen Pacific Partner investments include traditional buyouts, management led buyouts, and growth capital opportunities. With a diverse and trusted team, Evergreen Pacific Partners brings significant operating and industry experience to investments

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Evergreen Venture Partners
Offices: Tel Aviv, Israel
Evergreen Partners is one of Israel's pioneer and premier venture capital firms focusing on early-stage technology investments. Evergreen’s current $610 million of private equity funds under management represents one of the largest portfolios in Israel with investments in over 80 technology start-ups. Founded in 1987, Evergreen’s long track record of success is based on the experience, skills and commitment of its core team .
Everstone Capital
Offices: Mumbai, India & Singapore
Everstone Capital firmly believes that most high growth businesses in the Indian subcontinent require more than just capital. They seek to combine a hands-on, active and operational approach with the willingness to compound capital over the long term. This enables them not only to deliver superior and consistent returns, but also to manage risk in a more effective manner.
Evolution Venture Capital
Offices: Tel Aviv, Israel
Evolution Venture Capital Fund is an expansion capital fund for medium and small size, revenue generating, technology based, Israeli and Israel-related companies. The fund began operations following its first closing on September 1, 2006. Evolution Fund seeks to invest in revenue generating companies, across a range of growing industries, with modest financial requirements of up to $2 million.
Evolve Capital
Offices: Dallas, Texas
Evolve Capital is a private Equity firm focused solely on leveraged recapitalizations of entrepreneurial service businesses with historical growth and defensible margins. Evolve principals have partnered with entrepreneurs to take their businesses to the next level since 1993. They invest their own money, which lets them make investment decisions quickly and without lengthy books.
Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
Offices: Kansas City, Missouri
The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation is often referred to as one of the largest foundations in the United States—or as the world's largest foundation devoted to entrepreneurship. Both are true, thanks to Ewing Kauffman's generosity and foresight. However, these "largest" factoids may give the false impression that they can influence society just by virtue of their size or spending power.