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1 Analysis of Data Kolton, Smith, Frey Kolton, Smith, Frey: IC Database Project

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3 Area of Impact# of Companies% of all Companies Minority Lead139.8% Women Lead3526.3% Agricultural53.8% Energy Efficiency2418% Environment and Sustainability2418% Sustainable Consumer Products2518.8% Education107.5% Comm. & Economic Development2216.5% Software and Media86% Health and Wellness2418% International Development43% Cleantech64.5% H2053.8% Women/Children Focus107.5%

4 Area of Impact# of Companies% Still in Business Minority Lead13100% Women Lead3594% Agricultural580% Energy Efficiency24100% Environment and Sustainability24100% Sustainable Consumer Products25100% Education1084% Comm. & Economic Development22100% Software and Media895% Health and Wellness2488% International Development483% Cleantech6100% H205100% Women/Children Focus10100% Kolton, Smith, Frey: IC Database Project

5  What areas of impact have had the highest level of solvency? ◦ Overall there was a high level of solvency throughout all areas of impact, but the areas of energy efficiency, sustainability, sustainable consumer products, and community and economic development each have at least 15% of the total IC companies, and those companies are all still in business  How many companies have multiple areas of impact? ◦ 34 companies fall into multiple areas of impact. Kolton, Smith, Frey: IC Database Project

6  How many companies received follow-on funding? ◦ At least 13 out of the 133 companies received follow-on funding that we know of. So about 9.8% of the companies.  What percentage of IC portfolio companies still in business received follow-on funding? ◦ At least 12 out of the 114 companies that are still in business, or 10.5%. Kolton, Smith, Frey: IC Database Project

7  What is the percentage of companies that are still in business out of all of those that received follow-on funding? ◦ From what we know, 12 out of the 13 companies that we know received funding are still in business. That is 92.3%.  On average, how many years did it take for companies to receive follow-on funding? ◦ The average time was about 2.5 years from their first round of funding through IC until their first follow-on funding. Kolton, Smith, Frey: IC Database Project

8  What was the average amount of follow-on funding received? ◦ $8,064,615 per company (out of the 13 companies we know for sure received funding).  What is the total amount of follow-on funding received? ◦ From what we know, at least $104,840,000.  What type of companies (i.e. area of impact) received the most follow on funding? ◦ Out of the 13 companies, 4 are CED(Community and Economic development), 4 are ENV(Environment and Sustainability), 3 are SCP(Sustainable Consumer Products), 3 are EEE(Energy and Energy Efficiency), 2 are EDU(Education), 1 is H20(Water-related), 1 is HW(Health and Wellness), and 1 is CT(Cleantech). Kolton, Smith, Frey: IC Database Project

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10  What are the trends of investment by major investors over time? ◦ Out of 219 member investors, $78,034,918 in total has been invested, averaging out to $356,323 per member. ◦ Out of 219 members, 12 or about 5.5% invested more than $1,000,000. ◦ 26 members or about 12% invested more than $500,000. Those 26 members invested $1,100, per company on average, investing a total of $58,031, ◦ The average number of companies/funds invested in per member out of the top 26 is ◦ Also it is worth taking note that the top 26 members or 12% invested almost 75% of all funds invested by members. Kolton, Smith, Frey: IC Database Project

11  How long does an investor stay actively investing? ◦ The average time an investor stays active is 1.73 years. ◦ This is an average of all 219 members, and includes time in between investments. For example: if an investor invested in 2001, and then again in 2008, his active time was 8 years. ◦ The overwhelming majority of member investors were only active one year. ◦ Those who invested actively for longer than 5 years, tended to have several years in between each investment. Kolton, Smith, Frey: IC Database Project

12  How many companies have been acquired? ◦ 4 companies or about 3% have been acquired.  How many companies have merged or established partnerships with other companies? ◦ 2 companies or about 1.5% have either merged or established partnerships with another company.  How many companies are no longer in business? ◦ 4 companies or about 3% are no longer in business.  How many companies have an unknown status? ◦ 15 companies or about 11.3% have an unknown status. Kolton, Smith, Frey: IC Database Project

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