Spectrum Equity, Accel Partners invest $57 mln in Prezi
Two American growth equity firms, Spectrum Equity and Accel Partners, have invested a combined $57 mln in Prezi, a presentation software company founded by Hungarians, CEO Péter Árvai informed Hungarian news agency MTI.
Accel Partners have already invested in more than 300 successful technology companies, including Facebook, Dropbox and Etsy, while Spectrum Equity has invested in more than 120 companies, among them BATS, GrubHubba, Lynda.com and SurveyMonkey.
Árvai noted that Accel Partners and Sunstone Capital invested a joint $14.5 mln in Prezi in 2011. The number of registered Prezi users almost doubled, exceeding 50 million in the past year.
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