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Right-Hand Partners (RHP) is a VC Relations company - a trusted conduit to reach the venture capital community - and recruiting partner for the startup community from engineers to CXOs. RHP has helped 48 companies raise over $200M since 2001; 24 companies have been acquired totaling ~$1B+. RHP is now extending their vast high quality network to the startup community.
RHP has relationships with hundreds of venture capitalists representing over 150 VC firms mostly in the Silicon Valley (SV).
11/2001 to Present Success
RHP has helped 48 companies raise money totaling over $200M.
In addition, 24 companies that RHP has coached have been
acquired totaling ~$1B+.
Companies RHP coached that raised money: Acceeze Communications, Accordus, Aethon, Aravo Solutions, Axonwave, Azerity, Chip Express, Cloudshield Technologies, DealDash, FonJax, HealthyOut, Hyperactive Technologies, iCopyright, Infotone, IP Locks, Kilopass, Layer 7 Technologies, Leopard Logic, LiteScape Technologies, Marketfish, Media Publisher, Mi5 Networks, Miradore, Neterion, nCircle Network Security, nSite, ONSET Technologies, Optena, Quantum4D, Queplix, RadVault, Replay Solutions, S2io, Sapias, Scayl, SeeControl, Sensinode, Sococo, SpectraSwitch, Streamplay, Teranex, TransBio Tec, Vivotech, Utopy, Xumii and Yodio.
Rebekah Wu founded Right-Hand Partners based on her own experiences as an entrepreneur seeking start-up capital. During those years, she attended and presented at venture conferences, built out a team, developed the products, and hired consultants and professional service providers. Even after spending thousands of dollars and hours, she was often unsatisfied with the results for her money and time. She found very few providers that produced deliverables that proved they could see through the eyes of the entrepreneur.
Therefore, Rebekah decided to be THE "solution" for entrepreneurs... someone that could be counted upon as a "right-hand partner": to often make the first move on behalf of her clients, to facilitate critical introductions, and to catalyze business transactions that will catapult them to the next level. Right-Hand Partners has done just that, working selectively with cutting-edge startup companies and leading venture capital and angel groups throughout the SF Bay Area.
Since founding RHP in 2001, Rebekah has coached 48 companies raise over $200M of venture capital. 24 of those companies have been acquired totaling ~$1B. She has produced over 150 events bringing together active VCs and quality entrepreneurs.
Rebekah was not only an experienced Founder and CEO of a software startup, but she was previously the E-Commerce Strategy Mgr. at a Fireman's Fund Insurance Company, and a Regional Mgr. of Internet Solutions at AT&T.
Rebekah’s passion is singing sacred medievel and early music and is currently a soprano in the Cathedral Schola and Chalice Consort.
Sample List Of Clients
Acceeze Communications (funded)
Accordus (funded & acquired by Timogen Systems)
Aravo Solutions (funded)
Chip Express (funded)
Cloudshield Technologies (funded & acquired by SAIC)
DinnerBroker (acquired by Federated Media)
Full Degree (acquired by Amphire Solutions)
Hyperactive Technologies (funded)
Insights OnDemand (acquired by Accenture)
IP Locks (funded & acquired by Fortinet)
Layer 7 Technologies (funded & acquired by CA Technologies)
Leopard Logic (funded & acquired by Agate Logic)
LiteScape Technologies (funded)
Media Publisher (funded)
Mi5 Networks (funded & acquired by Symantec)
Neterion (funded & acquired by EXAR)
nCircle Network Security (funded & acquired by Tripwire)
nSite (funded & acquired by SAP Business Objects)
ONSET Technology (funded)
OSA Technologies (acquired by AVCT)
Quantum 4D (funded)
Replay Solutions (funded & acquired by CA Technologies)
S2io Inc. (funded & acquired by Neterion)
Sapias (funded & acquired by Wireless Matrix)
Sensinode (funded & acquired by ARM)
Singlestep Technologies (funded)
Symphoniq (acquired by BMC)
Teranex (funded & acquired by Jupiter Systems)
TriAccess Technologies (acquired by TriQuint Semiconductor)
Utopy (funded & acquired by Genesys)
Vivotech (funded & acquired by Sequent)
Xumii (funded & acquired by Myriad)
Conference Production Clients
Mitsui Venture Partners
Tomlinson Zisko LLP
Oulu High Growth Venturing Conference
Partial List Of VC Firms In Our
500 Startups, Accel, ATV, Aeris Capital, Alchemist Accelerator, Allegro VP, Alloy Ventures, Alsop Louie Partners, Altos Ventures, Amacus, AMD, Apex VP, Applied Materials, Artiman, Asset Management, ATA, August Capital, Band of Angels, Bain Capital, Bay Partners, Benchmark, BBVA, BDC, Bertelsmann Digital Media Fund, Birchmere, BlueRun, Blumberg Capital, BV Capital, Bullpen Capital, Canaan, Cervin, Citi, Charter Life Sciences, Claremont Creek, Clearstone VP, CMEA, Comcast, Correlation Capital, Crosslink Capital, CT Ventures, DCVC, DBL Investors, DCM, DELL, DFJ, Docomo, Draper Richards, EMC, Entrepia, Emergence Capital, First Round Capital, Formative, Forte, Foundation Capital, Founders Circle Capital, Franciscan Partners, Gabriel VP, GE, Global Catalyst Partners, Granite Global, Granite Ventures, Greylock, Harris & Harris, Highland Capital Partners, Highway1 Accelerator, Horizon VC, Hummer Winblad, IBM, IDG Ventures, Ignite VP, Ignition, In-Q-Tel, Industry Ventures, Institutional VP, Intel, InterWest Partners, Inventus Capital, JAFCO, Javelin VP, Juniper Networks, Latteral VP, Lightspeed VP, Longitude Capital, Mayfield, Menlo, MHS Capital, Mitsui, Mohr Davidow, Morganthaler, Motorola, NEA, Nexit Ventures, Nokia, Northbridge VP, Norwest, ONSET, Opus Capital, Partech Int’l, Pitango VC, Polaris VP, Presidio VP, Prolific VC, Psilos, Redpoint, Relay Ventures, Qualcomm, Rembrandt VC, Rockport Capital, RRE, Rustic Canyon Group, RWI Group, Samsung Open Innovation, Rho Ventures, Saints Capital, SanDisk, Sand Hill Angels, SAP, Scale VP, Shasta, Siemens, Sierra, Sigma Partners, Silver Lake Kraftwerk, Sofinnova, SoftTech VC, Storm, Sand Hill Angels, Structure Capital, Sutter Hill, SV Angel, T-Ventures, Tallwood VC, Technology Partners, Technology Crossover Ventures, Tekton Ventures, Telefonica, The Social+Capital Partners, Three Arch Partners, TiE Angels, Trident Capital, Trinity, UPS, USVP, VantagePoint VP, Velocity VC, Venrock, VMWare, Voyager Capital, Vulcan Ventures, Walden VC, WI Harper, etc.
Partner at Epstein Advisors; former GP at Crosslink Capital
GP at Voyager Capital
GP at Hummer Winblad
Former GP at Red Rock Ventures
General Partner at Walden VC
former Venture Partner at Trinity Ventures
Former Managing Director at Granite Ventures
CEO at Yieldex; former GP at Woodside Fund
Partner at Saints Capital
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