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Chrysalis Ventures
2015 First Half Newsletter www.chrysalisventures.com

Fund News

the third quarter of 2014, Chrysalis Ventures II, L.P. facilitated a secondary transaction in which funds managed by HarbourVest Partners purchased a significant LP interest in the fund. We are excited to partner with HarbourVest going forward.


Portfolio Company Transactions


Connecture Completes IPO

Connecture, our web-based consumer shopping, enrollment, and retention platform for health insurance distribution, began trading on NASDAQ in December under the ticker symbol CNXR. Read More...

iSqFt Acquired by Genstar

In October, iSqFt was acquired by Genstar Capital, a San Francisco-based private equity firm. The company provides online subscription software and information services to the commercial construction industry. As part of the transaction, iSqFt merged with their top competitor, Bidclerk; the combined business will continue to be known as iSqFt and will be led by iSqFt CEO Dave Conway. Read More...


New Investment


Chrysalis' principals participated in CompleteSet's seed financing round, led and organized by Chrysalis co-founder and entrepreneur-in-residence Doug Cobb. Read More...

Other Portfolio News

  • Adoption of HealthTeacher's GoNoodle program continues to grow at a record pace as over 6 million kids, more than double the total at this time last year, are now active on GoNoodle.
  • MeQuilibrium announces a $9 million Series B raise, welcomes new co-investor Safeguard Scientific.
  • MyHealthDirect raises $8 million in a growth round to further scale its patient access solutions.
  • Kevin Bramer joins Cervilenz as CEO following a successful eleven year stint at MedVenture Technology.
  • Chrysalis operating partner Dr. Richard Vance formally takes over the CEO post at
    Foundation Radiology.
  • Bob DuPuis takes over as Chairman & CEO at Cybera following a ten-year tenure with the company as a consultant and board member.
  • StraighterLine's low-cost online courses have saved students over $60 million in college tuition.

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