17 exciting startups you didn't know were backed by Silicon Valley's biggest venture capital firms and startup accelerators
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If you want an idea of which new startups are going to make it big in a few years, look no further than the portfolios of Silicon Valley's biggest venture capital firms and start-up accelerators.Y Combinator, Sequoia Capital, Kleiner Perkins, New Enterprise Associates (NEA), Bessemer Ventures, and 500 Startups are among the most recognizable names in the Valley because of their history of success with e-commerce startups and ability to place their fingers on the pulse of consumer retail trends.
A number of our favorite direct-to-consumer companies and online services are funded in part by these firms, and we're not surprised.
In an environment filled with startups trying to convince investors that they're disrupting stagnant industries, it's only the ones with truly strong products and growth potential that cut through the noise and earn their investments.
Learn more about the firms backing the best e-commerce startups, from the unicorns to the companies that are just getting started.
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