Cooley LLP advised Neo4j on the deal.
Neo4j, the leader in graph technology, announced its Series F financing as part of a $325 million investment, which brings its valuation to more than $2 billion.
Eurazeo led the round, which included participation from GV, existing investors One Peak, Creandum and Greenbridge Partners, and new investors DTCP and Lightrock. Neo4j will use the new capital to fuel its product innovation to provide graph technology that far exceeds the most demanding customer requirements across data science, machine learning, cloud deployment and real-time performance.
Founded in 2007, Neo4j has built a global community of highly skilled application developers and data scientists around its technology ecosystem. As the world’s most widely deployed graph database serving more than 800 enterprise customers, the company helps brands such as Comcast, NASA and UBS to reveal and predict how people, processes and systems are interrelated. Using a relationships-first approach, applications built with Neo4j tackle connected data challenges such as analytics and artificial intelligence, fraud detection, real-time recommendations and knowledge graphs.
The Cooley team included Seth Gottlieb (Picture), Matthew Brodsky, John Stellini, Nareg Essaghoolian, John Sellers, Sharon Connaughton, Karen Tsai, Patrick Stewart, Nikki Chang and Alla Kagan.
Involved fees earner: Matthew Brodsky – Cooley LLP; Nikki Chang – Cooley LLP; Sharon Connaughton – Cooley LLP; Nareg Essaghoolian – Cooley LLP; Seth Gottlieb – Cooley LLP; Alla Kagan – Cooley LLP; John Sellers – Cooley LLP; John Stellini – Cooley LLP; Patrick Stewart – Cooley LLP; Karen Tsai – Cooley LLP;
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