Together, the two firms will put out a quarterly venture capital report called PitchBook-NVCA Venture Monitor, with the first one coming in October.
In January, PitchBook, with offices in Seattle, New York and London, announced $10 million in financing to bring its valuation to $160 million. In June, the nine-year-old company brought in Rod Diefendorf to be the company’s chief operating officer, as part of broader plans to hire more than 100 people this year and expand headcount to more than 600 employees.
PitchBook sells research and data — along with the tools to access this information — for people interested in private equity, venture capital deals, and M&A transactions. Media outlets, including GeekWire, also cite PitchBook data in stories related to investment dollars.