VC databases offer premium intelligence
For cultivating venture capital intelligence, there is perhaps no greater tool than online VC databases. These information products can provide the data you need to track new technology, find emerging companies, benchmark deals, monitor competitors, and stay abreast of industry investment trends. The right VC databases deliver accurate information in the most timely way, so you have the information you want at the moment you need it. That's why professionals throughout the industry rely on VC databases from Dow Jones.
Dow Jones provides leading VC databases
Dow Jones publishes and maintains a number of premier VC databases. These include VentureSource, a comprehensive and feature-rich database with intelligence on VC-backed companies in the U.S. and abroad, including companies in China, Europe, and Israel. VentureSource provides a wealth of intelligence: data on salaries, rounds, funds, deal multiples, management teams, valuations, key customers, and much more. With VentureSource you can:
- Track venture-backed companies with detailed financials and unmatched valuations statistics
- Receive first notice of companies seeking funding and firms seeking partners
- Compare companies and investors with one-click views
- Save queries and download search results
- Receive daily newswire service
- Customize e-mail alerts to get breaking news on your most important topics and industries
VentureSource is updated daily by Dow Jones researchers and includes information on all industries and sectors, including such hot sectors as clean tech, biotech, and ICT.
More databases for VC compensation and deals
Other VC databases from Dow Jones include:
CompensationPro – When you have questions about how to pay executives, attract top talent, structure compensation packages, and value stock options, CompensationPro has the data you need to find the answers. As America's most comprehensive database of compensation data, CompensationPro lets you benchmark compensation against 135 positions and more than 700 U.S. companies. You can verify stock option allocations and monitor competitors' packages and policies, so you can structure compensation deals to recruit and retain the performers you need.