For over 40 years, the NVCA has operated as the official trade association and voice of the US venture capital community. It works to advocate on behalf of VCs and the entrepreneurs they work with, as well as provide resources to this community.
For our team here at PitchBook, this was a natural partnership. Since PitchBook was founded in 2007, we’ve focused our efforts on creating a better way to do VC, PE and M&A.
The NVCA joins a broad network of industry partners and clients (including nearly 2,000 of the world’s top companies, financial institutions and investment firms) who rely on the PitchBook Platform to gain clarity into what’s happening in private equity and venture capital, and insight into what they should do next.
As part of this partnership, we’re providing all NVCA employees and members access to a free version of the PitchBook Platform. Now, in the same way our clients are able to make better decisions with PitchBook data, the NVCA is better-equipped to advocate on behalf of this community.
In addition, we’re excited to introduce a new element to this partnership: the Venture Monitor—a quarterly, co-branded publication that will detail trends in venture fundraising, investment and liquidity. This joint effort will replace our quarterly Venture Industry Report, as well as the NVCA’s previous collaboration with other industry data providers.
We’re thrilled about this, not only for the opportunities it presents for PitchBook but also for the chance to serve our clients even more through shaping policies and decisions that affect how they work every day.