Technology & Healthcare
Technology & Healthcare
Technology & Healthcare
Technology & Healthcare
Worldwide coverage
Worldwide coverage

About us

Quadrille Capital invests globally in high-growth technology and healthcare companies backed by leading Venture Capital and Growth Equity funds.

Quadrille Capital is an independent private investment firm based in Paris and San Francisco. We spun off from Quilvest in 2012 and manage more than €900m in information technology and healthcare.

Portfolio

Tuya

Tuya Smart is a one-stop IoT solution provider for all device manufacturers. Their platform enables fast, agile app development, allowing smart device manufacturers to bring their product to market quickly and at competitive prices.

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Tuya
Hinge Health

Hinge Health has built a coach-led digital treatment for chronic back and joint pain, helping self-insured employers and health plans tackle employees' musculoskeletal conditions.

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Hinge Health
Prose

Prose is making customized shampoo sold direct-to-consumers and thanks to its proprietary algorithm. The company operates in the US only and has offices in New York and Paris.

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Prose
NA-KD

NA-KD is a direct-to-consumer fast fashion brand for women, mainly targeting generations Y and Z.

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NA-KD
Ollie Pets

Ollie is a direct-to-consumer company disrupting the dog food market in the US, by selling humane grade fresh frozen food for dogs on a subscription basis.

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Ollie Pets
Job and Talent

Jobandtalent is the first on-demand staffing agency that integrates the full process of selecting, hiring and managing within a mobile app.

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Job and Talent
Coravin

Provider of wine access devices for wine enthusiasts, restaurants, wine stores and wineries. The company offers a device that enables users to pour wine from a bottle without removing the cork, to ensure the seal remains unbroken so the wine doesn't suffer the effects of air.

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Coravin
ezCater

Online catering marketplace that allows businesses to order food from local caterers.

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ezCater
Intrinsic Therapeutics

Developer of therapies for treating disc herniations in the spine for discectomy patients. The company offers an annular prosthesis device that enables the direct reconstruction of weakened and ruptured annulus and soft tissues of the spine following discectomy surgery.

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Intrinsic Therapeutics
BlaBlaCar

Developer of a mobile carpooling application designed to reduce travel costs by sharing rides. The company's mobile carpooling application allows passengers to book empty seats, even at the last minute, with drivers with spare capacity. By sharing travel costs, passengers travel comfortably at a greatly reduced cost.

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BlaBlaCar
iAdvize

Advize is a conversational marketing platform that connects customers in need of advice with experts who are available 24/7 via messaging.

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iAdvize
Ardelyx

Developer of small-molecule therapeutics that work exclusively in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract to treat cardio-renal, GI and metabolic diseases. The company through its proprietary drug-development platform has developed a lead product candidate called tenapanor, which has demonstrated an ability to reduce the absorption of dietary sodium and phosphorus, both of which are key factors in the progression of kidney disease.

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Ardelyx
Synaptive

Provider of neurosurgical technological products and services. The company provides advanced tools and information for neurosurgeons, radiologists, surgeons and hospitals to focus on patient outcomes.

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Synaptive
Bitglass

The leading "Next-Gen" Cloud Access Security Broker player recognized by industry-reference Gartner. Bitglass offers a solution that secures corporate data on the Cloud and helps companies ensure real-time data management and threat protection.

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Bitglass
Tamara Mellon

Tamara Mellon is a direct-to-consumer designer shoe brand founded by Jimmy Choo's co-founder Tamara Mellon.

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Tamara Mellon
Evaneos

Evaneos is a web platform helping travelers design, estimate the cost, and book personalized trips by connecting them with local agents.

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Evaneos
Royalty Pharma

Royalty Pharma owns a diversified portfolio of biotechnology product royalties and intellectual properties. Royalty Pharma has grown through the acquisition of revenue producing intellectual property – principally, royalty interests in marketed and late stage development biopharmaceutical products.

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Royalty Pharma
NeoTract

Developer of minimally invasive and clinically effective devices designed to address unmet needs in the field of urology. The company's initial focus is on improving the standard of care for patients with Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia using the UroLift System, a minimally invasive permanent implant system.

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NeoTract
Freshly

Founded in 2015, Freshly delivers fresh, chef-cooked, ready-to-eat meals to American families across the country (distribution in 48 States), rendering healthy nutrition possible and convenient, at scale.

 On October 30, 2020, Nestlé announced the acquisition of Freshly for a total cash consideration of USD 1.5 billion. Freshly was the first direct investment of Quadrille Technologies IV. 

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Freshly
Priceminister

Owner and operator of e-commerce websites and online communities. The company offers private and professional users a marketplace to trade various products, including books, videos, CDs, DVDs and games, electronics, clothes, childcare products, apparel, home and garden products, automobiles and many other products.

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Priceminister
Expanse

Developer of a global Internet-sensing platform designed to create and organize knowledge about the world's devices. The company's global Internet-sensing platform provides indexes to connect all devices to the public Internet, enabling organizations to make informed decisions with quantified network measurements.

Palo Alto Networks (NYSE: PANW) acquired Expanse, Inc., the global leader in attack surface management, for a total consideration of USD 800 million.

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Expanse
Blue Jeans Network

Provider of cloud-based inter-operable video communication services designed to launch video meetings from applications. The company's video communication platform transforms any meeting space into a video-enabled hub, enabling employees and individuals to conduct meetings seamlessly on mobile, desktop and multi-vendor systems.

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Blue Jeans Network
Photobox

The company's online digital services enable customers to share memories and celebrate great moments by transforming digital photography online or via mobile phones into personalized products and gifts such as photo books, personalized calendars, personalized phone cases and other related items.

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Photobox
Appirio

Provider of enterprise-grade cloud services. The company delivers on-demand business services using software-as-a-service and platform-as-a-service technologies. Its focus is on helping large enterprises and other companies to improve business agility.

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Appirio
Insight

Insight is a fund focusing on Software and Digital Media sectors. The firm invests either in minority transactions in high growth companies (Scale-up VC or Growth Equity), or in Buyout (control) transactions in profitable companies with limited use of leverage. Previous funds have invested in companies such as Twitter.

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Insight
Northzone

Northzone is an early stage venture capital fund. So far, they have invested in over 130 companies, injecting some 200 years of collective operational and investment experience into businesses that truly make a difference.

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Northzone
Lightspeed

Lightspeed is one of the world’s best VC franchises and an established player in Silicon Valley, founded in 2000. The firm invests mostly in early stage companies operating in the enterprise infrastructure, software/ SaaS and consumer mobile and internet sectors.

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Lightspeed
Andreessen Horowitz

Founded in 2009 by Marc Andreessen and Benjamin Horowitz, Andreessen Horowitz (A16Z) is one of the best known VC firms worldwide. A16Z mostly invests in early stage and targets technology-related companies, where software/ computer science is the core foundation of the business.

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Andreessen Horowitz
Thoma Bravo

Thoma Bravo targets control investments in companies with strong business franchises led by experienced executives who aspire to achieve industry leadership. It is specialized in investments in application software, infrastructure software and technology-enabled services sectors: Blue Coat Systems, McAfee, Qlik Technologies, etc.

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Thoma Bravo
General Catalyst

General Catalyst Partners is a Cambridge, Massachusetts based venture capital and private equity firm. The firm focuses on investing in companies within the information technology, healthcare, energy, media, retail, mobile and manufacturing sectors. The firm uses data science capabilities to help find startups to review and to conduct due diligence.

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General Catalyst
NEA

New Enterprise Associates is a venture capital firm that specializes in seed, early stage, growth stage, and pre-IPO investments. The firm invests broadly across the technology and healthcare sectors. The firm was founded in 1977 and is headquartered in Chevy Chase, Maryland.

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NEA
Longitude

Longitude Capital invests in biotechnology and medical technology companies, with a focus on de-risked assets with venture return potential within 3 to 5 years. It has developed a multi-stage strategy helping to mitigate risk, and targets companies that improve clinical outcomes, enhance quality of life and/or improve care delivery.

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Longitude
Accel

Accel is one of the strongest VC franchises in early-stage IT, founded in 1984, and is famous for having backed companies such as Facebook, Slack, Dropbox or Atlassian. Accel’s main US fund has kept a consistent focus on early-stage investments, in the IT & Internet sectors. The fund typically leads the first institutional round and is the first VC to take a Board seat.

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Accel
GGV

GGV Capital provides multi-stage venture capital across the Unites States and China. The firm invests across a range of technology sectors including mobile internet, connected devices, social, commerce, travel, digital media, games, music, marketing and advertising, cloud, enterprise, SaaS, and security. The firm also specializes in cross-border and global business models. Founded in 2000, it is based in Menlo Park, California.

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GGV
Felix

Felix Capital was formed in 2014 by Frederic Court who was previously a partner at Advent Venture Partners, a fund the Quadrille team has backed for a long time, and who was the seed investor in Farfetch. It is focused on early stage investment and will invest mainly in Europe and in "digital lifestyle", i.e. online consumer sector.

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Felix
Left Lane

Left Lane is an early growth consumer & internet fund based in NYC. It was founded in 2019 by Harley Miller with a strong support from Insight Venture Partners. Left Lane invest in the US and Europe in early growth consumer startup, applying private equity methods to early stage investment.

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Left Lane
Atomico

Atomico was established in 2006 by Niklas Zennström, the co-founder and CEO of Skype and by Mattias Ljungman. The goal is to help the next generation of entrepreneurs outside Silicon Valley to build the future billion-dollar, category winning, technology companies. Atomico has kept a consistent focus on early-stage European investments, essentially in the Consumer IT and SaaS sectors, where it was able to invest early in: Jawbone, Stripe, Skype and Supercell.

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Atomico
Dawn

Founded in 2007 by Haakon Overli and Norman Fiore, Dawn is a B2B-focused venture fund based in London. Dawn targets investments across four main sectors: Data & Analytics, Security, Fintech, and Future of Work. The firm invests primarily in Europe, with selective US investments in early and growth companies.

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Dawn
Partech

Partech is a global investment platform for tech and digital companies investing from seed to growth across four continents. Partech Growth is the growth investment arm within this platform. Europe is their main focus, and notably France, UK, Germany and the Nordics.                                                                                                   

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Partech
Singular

Singular is an early-stage consumer and software fund based in Paris. It was founded in 2020 by Jeremy Uzan and Raffi Kamber, previously at Alven.  Singular invest in France and in Europe in Series B and beyond.

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Singular
Questa

Questa Capital is a healthcare venture growth equity firm that invests in breakout growth companies. We seek out disruptive business models that improve lives and provide better quality and more efficient care. We partner with superior management teams to help build innovative market leaders.

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Questa
Alven

Alven Capital was founded in 1999 and focuses on French and European investments and also back French entrepreneurs setting up companies abroad, in particular in the US. The firm invests mainly in early stage Series A round being the first institutional investor. It is active in SaaS, data tech solutions and consumers, and has proved its capacity to spot winners early on: Webhelp, Drivy, Algolia, Frichti, etc.

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Alven
ISAI

ISAI was founded in 2010 as the “entrepreneurs’ fund” as its investor base is mainly composed of entrepreneurs. It uses this strong network to source deals and support portfolio companies and targets post-seed investment in high growth internet companies, such as BlaBlaCar, Hopwork or Evaneos.

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ISAI
Versant Ventures

Versant Ventures is a venture capital firm that was founded in 1999 and is based in San Francisco, California. The firm primarily invests in the healthcare and life science sectors located in the United States and Western Europe.

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Versant Ventures

Team

Quadrille Capital’s founding partners have worked together for 25 years.

Our team is led by four partners, three based in Paris and one in the San Francisco Bay Area. Overall, it includes eleven investment professionals who are supported by a back-office team.

Jérôme Chevalier

Partner

Jérôme has executed over 150 private equity transactions in technology and energy since 2001, for the most part in the US and in Europe. From 2001 to 2012, he was the partner in charge of technology and energy investments at Quilvest Group. He also sat on the investment committee for their global fund of funds programs which has deployed $2bn. Between 1986 and 2001, Jérôme was at Lazard Frères, originating and executing transactions in the fields of technology, internet, energy and healthcare. Jérôme serves on the board of Coravin and Château Haut-Bailly and is an observer on several other portfolio companies' boards.

Jérôme ChevalierPartner

Henri de Perignon

Partner

Henri has carried out more than 125 private equity investments, primarily in the United States and Europe. He has also developed private equity programs for corporate groups. From 2001 to 2012, Henri was at Quilvest, most recently as a partner, with a focus on direct and fund investments in technology and energy. Prior to this, he worked for Lazard Frères, from 1997 to 2001, concentrating on technology, media and telecoms.

Henri de PerignonPartner

Edward Colby

Partner

Ed is based in San Francisco. He has worked for Citibank and Apple, most recently as Director of R&D in Europe. For nine years he was Managing Director, US for a Venture Capital fund established by Vivendi, Cisco, Qualcomm, Nokia, Siemens and BT. Ed has also founded, managed and exited two technology companies. He has worked with the Quadrille team for 14 years. He is a graduate of Princeton and the University of Virginia.

Edward ColbyPartner

Brice Delome

Partner

Brice was previously at HSBC, in their M&A department, where he worked on the execution of several private equity transactions. He especially focused on the telecoms, industrial and healthcare sectors. He has a degree from HEC Paris and Université Paris Dauphine.

Brice DelomePartner

Jean-Edwin Rhea

Fund manager of Disruption Fund

Jean-Edwin is the Fund Manager of Disruption Fund, a multi-cap fund investing in global equities focusing on high growth disruptive businesses in technology, healthcare and consumer sectors.

Prior to joining Quadrille Capital, Jean-Edwin spent 20 years at as senior equity sales at Lehman Brothers and Barclays, including a role as a Tech Specialist, dedicated to UK and European based investors.

Jean-Edwin holds a joint MBA from HEC in Paris and Columbia University, and a BA in Anthropology from Princeton University

Jean-Edwin RheaFund manager of Disruption Fund

Edouard Brunet

Vice President

Edouard spent 9 years as an investment banker, most recently at Goldman Sachs, where he was covering French clients. Prior to GS, Edouard worked at Messier Maris & Associés, a Paris-based M&A boutique where he started his career. He is a graduate of ESSEC Business School in Paris, with an MSc in Management.

Edouard BrunetVice President

Alejandra Duran Gil

Senior Associate

Alejandra started her career at Messier Maris & Associés, an independent M&A advisory firm in Paris, where she spent 4 years. She was mainly involved in transactions across the Technology, Media & Communications sector. Alejandra is a graduate of ESCP Europe.

Alejandra Duran GilSenior Associate

Akissi Tiemele-Yao

Associate

Akissi has worked for ARDIAN as a financial controller in the LBO division and for KPMG as an auditor. Akissi is a graduate of ESSEC (Chartered Accountant track) and holds a BA in Applied Economics and Business from Kingston University.

Akissi Tiemele-YaoAssociate

Vianney Barre

Associate

Vianney started his career in the Investment Banking Division of Nomura in Paris where he spent nearly 4 years. He participated in transactions in the Private Equity industry and advised clients in the Infrastructure & Energy sector. Vianney is a graduate of ESCP Europe and studied at Waseda University in Tokyo, Japan.

Vianney BarreAssociate

Augustin Palle

Associate

Augustin has worked as a strategy consultant at Estin & Co where he mainly focused on the industrial, technology and consumer goods sectors. He previously had an experience in Private Equity at Amundi. Augustin is a graduate of ESCP Europe with a major in corporate finance.

Augustin PalleAssociate

Guillaume Escolier

Analyst

Guillaume started working as an M&A analyst at Natixis CIB before joining Far Ventures, a leading South-African Start-up Incubator. Guillaume is a graduate of ESSEC Business School majoring in Finance.

Guillaume EscolierAnalyst

Solenn Lenfant

Analyst

Solenn is a graduate of Paris Dauphine, MSc 225 Corporate Finance & Financial Engineering.

Solenn LenfantAnalyst

David Shu

Chief Compliance Officer

David is the CCO of Quadrille Capital. He previously worked for eight years for PricewaterhouseCoopers and Ernst & Young where he was a Manager specialized in audit for private equity and hedge fund structures and securitization. David is a graduate of ESC Lille, majoring in Audit and Finance & Controlling.

David ShuChief Compliance Officer

Aurelie Nignon

Financial controller

Aurélie worked as Funds of funds analyst at Crédit Agricole d’Ile de France. She previously worked as Middle Officer on LBO financing at Natixis. Aurélie is a graduate of IAE de Paris majoring in Finance.

Aurelie NignonFinancial controller

Rodrigue Alvarez

Financial controller

Rodrigue worked at EY in audit, where he spent almost three years. He was mainly involved in auditing SMEs companies in different sectors such as Biotech, Retail, Media, Infrastructure and Healthcare. Rodrigue is graduated of ESME Sudria, an engineering school, and holds an Msc in Corporate Finance at EM Lyon Business School.

Rodrigue AlvarezFinancial controller

Adrien Lecointe

Financial controller

Adrien worked as an auditor at PWC for three years focusing on Private Equity (Direct, Private debt, Funds of funds, Distressed), Securitization and Asset Management. He was previously Statutory Controller at Microsoft. Adrien is a graduate of Skema BS majoring in International Finance.

Adrien LecointeFinancial controller

Pascal Daloz

Advisor

Pascal Daloz joined Dassault Systemes in 2001 where he served as Executive Vice President Brands and Corporate Development since 2014. He was Senior Analyst at Crédit Suisse for the Technology Industry.

Pascal DalozAdvisor

Arthur A. Seeligson III

Advisor

Arthur A. Seeligson III is based in Houston and sits on the board of directors of Goodrich Petroleum, (NYSE). He was the head of the Houston offices of Harris, Webb & Garrison, of Wasserstein, Perella & Co., and, prior to that, of Schroder Wertheim & Company, Inc. Arthur was awarded an MBA from Columbia and earned his BA from Yale.

Arthur A. Seeligson IIIAdvisor

Bernard Saint-André

Advisor

Bernard Saint-André was until 2012 Executive Vice President for Strategy & Marketing at Dalkia, the European leader in energy services, where he also supervised energy market operations and Research and Development. Bernard is a graduate of Ecole Polytechnique and was nominated in the Corps des Ponts et Chaussées.

Bernard Saint-AndréAdvisor

Edmond Alphandéry

Advisor

Edmond Alphandéry was Minister of Economy and was nominated thereafter President of EDF from 1995 to 1998. He was also Chairman of the Board of Directors at CNP Assurances and Director of Engie and Icade. Edmond is a graduate of SciencePo Paris and Univesity of Chicago.

Edmond AlphandéryAdvisor

Colette Lewiner

Advisor

Colette Lewiner is a member of the Board of Nexans, Bouygues, EDF and Ingenico. Until 2008, she served as Corporate Vice President and Global Leader of the Sector Energy, Utilities and Chemicals of Capgemini and was President of the European Nuclear Society. Colette graduated with a doctorate in Physics at Ecole Normale Supérieure.

Colette LewinerAdvisor

Hayo Willms

Advisor

He previously was CEO and Advisory Board Member of Rothschild Private Wealth Germany from 2002 to 2014. He graduated barrister-at-law from Ludwig-Maximilian Universität München and holds an MBA from INSEAD.

Hayo WillmsAdvisor