Thank you for your interest in becoming a member of NVCA. By visiting this page you are one step closer to joining the venture capital firms and corporate venture groups that are already enjoying all the benefits that come with membership to NVCA.
From professional development to networking to advocacy in Washington, DC, there are many reasons to join NVCA. Below you will find more information about the specific benefits and services that come with membership as well as information on how to become a member. For more information, please contact Jessica Straus, VP of Development, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Benefits and Services
NVCA is the leading public policy advocate for the venture capital industry and the startup ecosystem. NVCA works with all branches of government, the media and organizations nationwide to foster a better understanding of how entrepreneurship and venture capital impacts the U.S. economy. In addition, NVCA provides many opportunities for venture capitalists and entrepreneurs to become active in the policy formation process. Click here for more information about NVCA’s policy activities.
NVCA’s professional development programs are designed to enhance knowledge and encourage the sharing of information on best practices, industry trends, research, and strategy. NVCA holds regular webcasts on topics important to the venture community as well as periodic in-person meetings. Members also reap professional development benefits from NVCA publications, member-wide teleconferences, member peer group activities and information found on the NVCA website. Click here for more information about NVCA’s webcast program. Click here for more information about NVCA’s upcoming events.
NVCA has partnered with TechAssure to offer members a suite of comprehensive insurance products and risk management services customized for the unique needs of venture capital firms and their portfolio firms. Beyond the insurance products, NVCA members benefit from the expertise and consultative style of the member brokers of TechAssure. These specialists focus on venture capital firms and their portfolio companies, and receive training and education on the unique risks and challenges of the venture industry. Click here to learn more about TechAssure.
Throughout the year, NVCA hosts several networking events designed to enhance members’ connections, professional development and deal flow. Networking opportunities are an integral part of the NVCA Leadership Gala, Annual Meeting, regional events, member peer group gatherings and various other association events. Click here for more information about upcoming events.
Member Peer Groups
Recognizing that the venture capital industry has become increasingly specialized and that members benefit greatly by having the opportunity to convene with peers who have similar interests, industry investments, and professional responsibilities, NVCA offers the opportunity to participate in several member peer groups that facilitate peer-to-peer interaction and knowledge sharing. These groups include: the Cleantech Advisory Council, the Medical Industry Group (MIG), CFO Taskforce, the Corporate Venture Group (CVG), the Strategic Communications Group (StratComm), and the Growth Equity Group. Click here for more information about NVCA’s member peer groups.
NVCA collects, analyzes and publishes data on venture capital activity in the entrepreneurial ecosystem in conjunction with PitchBook, the official data provider of NVCA.
From the platform to the brand to the data itself, PitchBook has established itself as the clear leader in the market of private capital data sources. NVCA members receive access to a limited version of the PitchBook Platform available exclusively for NVCA members. Additionally, all members have access to the full PitchBook Platform at a discounted rate as part of membership with NVCA. For NVCA members that are already clients of PitchBook, other discounts of equal value will be made available as part of membership with NVCA. Click here for more information.
Global Corporate Venturing
NVCA members are eligible for an annual subscription to Global Corporate Venturing at a significant discount. Global Corporate Venturing’s magazine and website cover the latest news and deal flow in corporate venture capital investment activities worldwide. For more information, contact James Mawson by emailing email@example.com.
NVCA members get an exclusive subscription to Series D.C., NVCA’s weekly email newsletter providing insight and analysis from the NVCA policy team on what’s going on in Washington and how policy decisions will affect venture capital and the entrepreneurial ecosystem. For more information, please email Devin Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NVCA serves as a united voice for the venture capital industry and works with the U.S. and international media to tell the venture story and the unique role venture plays in supporting the entrepreneurial ecosystem. NVCA’s spokespersons program facilitates introductions and relationships between journalists and NVCA members, while providing a human face to the venture process. For more information about our spokespersons program, please contact Ben Veghte by emailing email@example.com or by calling 202-864-5923.
Business and Travel Discounts
Arkadin Conferencing offers NVCA members significant discounts on their audio, web and video conferencing services. Click here for more information or contact Nancy Marszalek-Ostrander by emailing N.Marszalek@arkadin.com or by calling 847-413-3218.
NVCA has arranged for its members to access a FoundersCard membership at 35% off the standard rate (firm-wide memberships also available). FoundersCard is a membership community for innovators that offers elite status, preferred pricing and VIP treatment from many of the leading airlines, first class hotels, lifestyle brands and business services that you and your firm already frequently use. Click here to be fast-tracked an invitation through which you can preview all FoundersCard member benefits and upcoming events.
NVCA has aligned with Fidelity Charitable (SM), a national donor-advised fund program, to bring expertise, experience, and efficiency to those who would like to simplify their charitable giving and potentially minimize their taxes. Fidelity Charitable has a specialized team who can help you leverage both publicly and non-publicly traded assets for charitable giving, including privately held portfolio company stock, limited partnership interests in the fund itself, special purpose vehicles formed to capture the carried interest, or other co-invest vehicles. With a donor-advised fund, your contributions have the potential to grow so you can give even more support to the causes you care about, and you may also be able to take an immediate tax deduction for your contributions. NVCA members are eligible for a discounted administrative fee of only 20 bp for Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund accounts up to $5M ($2,000 annual savings on a $500,000 account). For more information, please contact Steve Mark by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 617-816-5637.