Y Combinator’s Top 10 Co-Investors

Y Combinator’s Top 10 Co-Investors by PitchBook

Yesterday kicked off Y Combinator’s three-day-long Demo Day event for its Summer 2016 class. Often regarded as the top accelerator program, YC has seen much success since launching in 2005, backing many eventual big-name companies such as Airbnb and Dropbox.

In light of the Demo Day event, we’ve utilized the PitchBook Platform to highlight Y Combinator’s 10 most active co-investors. Since the beginning of 2011, 417 different firms have invested alongside YC in 402 rounds for 360 companies.

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Here are the top 10 co-investors with Y Combinator since the beginning of 2011, along with their deal counts:

1. SV Angel (84)

2. Start Fund (79)

3. FundersClub (59)

4. Andreessen Horowitz (52)

5. Data Collective (23)

T-6. GV (17)

T-6. Khosla Ventures (17)

8. CrunchFund (16)

9. FUEL Capital (14)

10. General Catalyst Partners (13)

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