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October 12, 2007 at 10:02 AM

Voyager announces third fund/four investments

Voyager Capital, a Seattle-based venture capital firm, said today that it has made four investments from its latest fund.

The new fund, the company’s third, has made investments in: Ontela, a wireless company in Seattle; SEMDirector, a search marketing software firm in California; 1020, a California company pioneering location-aware advertising; and Yapta, an internet travel planning service in Seattle.

Voyager’s fund has $107 million and will be used to invest in early stage companies in digital media, software and wireless — both in the Northwest and in California, the company said in a release today.

In 2006, it was reported that Voyager was seeking to raise a third fund worth up to $200 million.

In all, Voyager has about $370 million under management.

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