Lowercase Capital

Lowercase Capital provides capital and advisory services to start-ups and late-stage companies alike. According to published reports, Chris Sacca, a prolific Silicon Valley angel investor, is the fund manger, and the fund size was initially in the $5 million range. In the Fall of 2010 it was reported that Lowercase raised $20 million in funding. for new fund named 'Lowercase Industry Fund.' Sacca raised over $11 million in a filing from early August and $10 million in a filing from June, 2010. Lowercase will make investments ranging from $50,000 - $150,000 per deal. Sacca was previously the head of strategic initiatives at Google, and has invested in dozens of startups in the last few years. Sacca is an Associate Fellow of the Said Business School at Oxford University, and maintains a blog at www.whatisleft.org.

Clay Dumas

Partner

Crystal Sacca

Partner

Chris Sacca

Founder and Chairman

193 past transactions

Liftopia

Series D in 2013
Liftopia, Inc. owns and operates a platform, Liftopia.com, which retails ski lift tickets on the Web. It sells lift tickets, rentals, and lessons at various alpine resorts in North America. Its platform enables alpine resorts to sell advance purchase, date specific tickets, rentals, and lessons. Liftopia, Inc. was formerly known as Liftopia Holding Corp. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Dubsmash, Inc.

Series B in 2016
Dubsmash, Inc. develops and operates a web-based hosting, communications, and content creation platform and mobile application. The company offers a micro-video-entertainment application, which allows content creators to create and share dubbed sound recordings, videos, information, text, graphics, or related content. The company was founded in 2017 and is based in New York, New York.

Synervoz Communications Inc.

Seed Round in 2017
Synervoz Communications Inc. develops Switchboard, a voice-based communication application that lets users listen to music and talk with friends when the headphones are on. Its application enables remote teams to communicate and users set permissions on who can reach them and when can they be reached. The company’s application is compatible with mobile phones (iOS and Android), web applications, and desktop (Windows and Mac). Synervoz Communications Inc. was incorporated in 2014 and is based in Ingleside, Canada.

Handshake

Seed Round in 2015
Today, the Handshake community includes 17 million students and young alumni at over 1,000 colleges and universities — including 120+ minority-serving institutions. They connect up-and-coming talent across all 50 states with nearly 500,000 employers recruiting on Handshake — from every Fortune 500 company to thousands of small businesses, nonprofits, startups, and more. Handshake is democratizing opportunity and ensuring college students have the support they need to find a great job and kick-off a meaningful career regardless of where they go to school, what they choose as a major, and who they know. Handshake’s network gives students access to more career opportunities and insights, provides employers with more comprehensive and efficient access to talent, and gives colleges more tools to drive student engagement and increase student employment Handshake has raised a total of $155 million dollars with $80 million most recently raised in Q4 of 2019. We've had the support from GGV, EQT Ventures, Kleiner Perkins, Spark Capital, True Ventures, and Lightspeed Venture Partners. In addition, Handshake has received support from social impact investors, including the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, Omidyar Network, Reach Capital, among others. Handshake was launched in 2014 and is headquartered in San Francisco and has offices in Denver and London, England.

Gimlet Media Inc.

Series A in 2015
Gimlet Media is a developer of a digital media network platform that focuses on producing quality narrative podcasts and episodes, offering users an option to share, subscribing, and downloading them that enable clients to deliver powerful and engaging stories while expanding their brand outreach. Gimlet Media was founded in 2014 and is Brooklyn, New York.

Kickstarter, Zurich CH

Venture Round in 2009
Based in New York, Kickstarter is an online crowdfunding platform and community that enables artists, musicians, filmmakers, designers, and other creators to raise funds for various community projects focused on movies, music, art, theater, games, comics, technology, fashion, food, design, and photography. Individuals who back these projects are offered tangible rewards and one-of-a-kind experiences in exchange for their pledges. Kickstarter applies a 5% fee on the total amount of the funds raised and their payments processor applies an additional 3–5% fee. The platform was launched in April 2009 and is based in New York, U.S.

Hello Chair

Venture Round in 2010
Hello, Chair Inc. was founded in 2006 by Luke Iannini, Mike Jacobs and Kevin Corcoran to explore opportunities in applied machine learning and internet advertising. After receiving funding from Y-Combinator in 2007, we produced Adpinion, one of the first advertising networks to utilize user feedback to drive personalized targeting.

Automattic Inc.

Series D in 2019
Automattic is the company behind WordPress.com and WordPress.com VIP, the cloud version of WordPress. Automattic hosts and supports all WordPress.com sites ensuring that there is continuous and strategic development of the software available to its users. Automattic also supports WordPress.com VIP, a premium service designed for large-scale enterprises. WordPress.com VIP combines the benefits of WordPress.com and the ability to run custom code. In addition, WordPress.com VIP offers companies a robust CMS and 24/7 service.

Instagram Live

Series A in 2011
Instagram is a free photo-sharing application that enables its users to take photos, apply filters, and share them on social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Tumblr, Flickr, and Posterous. The app allows its users to capture and customize their photos and videos with several custom-built filter effects. It is also compatible with iOS and Android devices Instagram was founded by Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger in 2010 in San Francisco, California. It was acquired by Facebook in April 2012.

Next Games

Series B in 2016
Next Games is a free-to-play developer based in Helsinki, Finland. Our priority is to create compelling and easy gameplay experience. It specializes in games based on entertainment franchises, such as movies, TV series, or books. It was founded in 2013 and headquartered in Helsinki, Southern Finland.

Boundless Mind, Inc.

Seed Round in 2017
Boundless Mind, Inc. offers artificial intelligence platform for behavior design to help people be healthy, wealthy, happy, and wise. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Los Angeles, California. As of October 16, 2019, Boundless Mind, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Thrive Global Holdings, Inc.

Mark43, Inc.

Series B in 2016
Mark43 creates the next generation of law enforcement software that allows police to effortlessly collect, manage, analyze, and share information. It is on a mission to empower communities and their governments with new technologies that improve the safety and quality of life for all. Its intuitive software delivers cloud-first technology and data-driven insights to public safety. The company was founded in 2012 and is based in New York City.

Long-Term Stock Exchange

Series A in 2016
The Long-Term Stock Exchange (LTSE) is creating an SEC-regulated national securities exchange designed to align great companies and long-term investors with the shared goal of value creation. They have assembled a world-class team of experts and advisors located in New York, San Francisco, and DC with deep expertise in finance, regulation, law, and technology. The LTSE seeks to end the twenty year decline in the number of public companies in the United States by creating a new listings venue that serves issuers (companies) and investors and prioritizes long-term value creation. The LTSE was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California, United States.

Mobcrush

Series A in 2015
Mobcrush, Inc., a technology and entertainment company, develops a live streaming application and community for gamers. It offers Mobcrush, a mobile application that connects gamers worldwide. The company’s application enables users to create and broadcast the gameplay live from the phone or tablet; watch and hang out with creators and tune in for epic events and eSports competitions; and connect and chat with a community of players that love the same games. Mobcrush, Inc. was incorporated in 2014 and is based in Santa Monica, California.

Triller, Inc.

Seed Round in 2015
Triller, Inc. develops and operates AI-powered music video app and talent discovery platform that allows users to create professional-looking videos. Triller, Inc. was formerly known as Mibblio, Inc. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Los Angeles, California. It has additional offices in Miami, Florida; Paris, France; and Lisbon, Portugal. As per the transaction announced on October 22, 2020, Triller, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Proxima Media LLC.

Tala

Series B in 2017
Tala is a mobile technology and data science company that is oriented around financial services in emerging markets. More than 2 million people have borrowed through Tala’s smartphone app, which provides instant credit scoring, lending, and other personalized financial services in emerging markets. Tala provides personalized loans to approved borrowers and builds digital credit history. The company provides instant loans through a mobile app where the entire process happens, from loan application to funds release and status tracking. Tala was founded on October 1, 2011, and is the global team is headquartered in Santa Monica, with additional offices in Nairobi, Manila, Dar Es Salaam, Mexico City, Mumbai, and Bangalore.

Flirtey

Series A in 2017
Flirtey provides drone delivery service of retail and e-commerce items to consumer homes. It is driven by a mission to improve lifestyles by making delivery instant for everyone. The company was the first to conduct an FAA-approved drone delivery in the U.S., the first to perform a fully autonomous drone delivery to a home and the first to launch a commercial drone delivery service. Flirtey was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Reno, Nevada.

Carbon Engineering

Private Equity Round in 2019
Founded in 2009, CE is a Canadian-based clean energy company leading the commercialization of groundbreaking technology that captures CO₂ directly from the atmosphere, and synthesizes it into clean, affordable transportation fuels. From a pilot plant in Squamish, B.C., CE has been removing CO₂ from the atmosphere since 2015 and converting it into fuels since December 2017.

WUT

Seed Round in 2014
WUT, Inc. develops social messaging application that allows users to send anonymous, ephemeral messages to their friends. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Jobr, Inc.

Seed Round in 2014
Jobr, Inc. develops and delivers a mobile application that connects talented individuals with jobs. It also enables recruiters and hiring managers to connect with talented individuals. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of June 8, 2016, Jobr, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Monster Worldwide, Inc.

Lookout, Inc.

Series A in 2009
Lookout is a cybersecurity company that predicts and stops mobile attacks before harm is done to an individual or an enterprise. Lookout’s cloud-based technology is fueled by a global sensor network of more than 60 million users and tens of thousands of apps that are added daily. With this dataset of virtually all the mobile code in the world and the predictive machine intelligence to analyze and make sense of the data, Lookout can identify connections that would otherwise go unseen and stop cybercriminals from attacking mobile devices. Headquartered in San Francisco, Lookout has offices in Boston, London, Singapore, Tokyo, Toronto and Washington, D.C.

Smash.gg

Series A in 2017
The Company provides software to improve the Smash experience for streamers, players, tournament attendees, and spectators (collectively, “General Users”) and for registered users who are tournament organizers (“Tournament Organizers”). The Company provides a platform for enabling connections between General Users and Tournament Organizers and for the collection of payments with respect to the sale of tickets, registrations, merchandise, and services for, and the solicitation of donations with respect to, events registered on the Site from General Users.

Victorious

Seed Round in 2013
Victorious empowers creators to distribute all of their multimedia content in their own apps, interact more deeply and directly with their fan communities, and unlock new revenue streams. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in Santa Monica, California.

Upserve, Inc.

Series A in 2010
A restaurant management platform designed to make restaurants run smoother operations and exceed guest expectations

Klarismo Limited

Seed Round in 2015
Klarismo Limited offers 3D Body Scan, a product that provides volumetric measurements of muscle tissues and fat deposits in human body. It allows users to acquire a 3D model of their body using magnetic resonance imaging to measure and track their health and fitness potential. The company makes MRI scans and helps private medical imaging centers optimize the utilization of their assets; and builds database of full body MRI scans and makes it available for medical research. The company serves health conscious consumers and amateur athletes. Klarismo Limited was incorporated in 2014 and is based in London, United Kingdom.

Tello Applications

Seed Round in 2010
Tello is committed to helping companies improve customer service by providing real-time insight into the customer experience. With Tello™ mobile and social applications in hand, people everywhere can express their satisfaction with recent experiences and purchases. Tello then aggregates these sentiments and provides additional analysis. Using Tello, businesses of all sizes can continuously improve service by engaging customers in conversation, resolving issues, and monitoring employee ratings, comments, and analytics. Tello was founded in 2010 in Palo Alto, California by experienced entrepreneur Joe Beninato. Tello is backed by a world-class group of early-stage investors, including Jon Callaghan of True Ventures, Ron Conway of SV Angel, Mark Goines, Dave McClure of 500 Startups, Eric Paley of Founder Collective, Shervin Pishevar of SGN, Naval Ravikant of Venture Hacks, Chris Sacca of Lowercase Capital, Aydin Senkut of Felicis Ventures, and Russ Siegelman.

Gimlet Media Inc.

Seed Round in 2014
Gimlet Media is a developer of a digital media network platform that focuses on producing quality narrative podcasts and episodes, offering users an option to share, subscribing, and downloading them that enable clients to deliver powerful and engaging stories while expanding their brand outreach. Gimlet Media was founded in 2014 and is Brooklyn, New York.

Nuzzel, Inc.

Seed Round in 2014
Nuzzel is a professional news discovery service used by many of the top influencers in media, technology, and finance. Nuzzel was named one of the best apps of the year by Google Play, the New York Times, Fast Company, and Time Magazine. Nuzzel is backed by top Silicon Valley investors including Andreessen Horowitz, CRV, Homebrew, Lowercase Capital, Uncork Capital, Marc Benniof, and Max Levchin.

RecordSetter, LLC

Series A in 2011
RecordSetter, LLC owns and operates a social media website for inventing, breaking, and discussing world records. It offers user generated world records database. The company was formerly known as Universal Record Database, LLC. RecordSetter, LLC was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in New York, New York.

VoiceOps

Seed Round in 2017
VoiceOps is the AI coaching & training platform. Our platform offers one place to get visibility into sales calls and to provide coaching to reps. Our customers plug into VoiceOps and immediately have a world-class coaching infrastructure at their fingertips. Founded in 2016, we're proud to work with the leading companies in insurance, mortgage, travel, and education. We’ve got incredible investors supporting us like Bain Capital Ventures, Accel, Founders Fund, and Y Combinator. Our team has been featured on Forbes 30 Under 30, highlighted by Inc., Business Insider, Huffington Post, Venture Beat, TechCrunch. Our team includes graduates from Harvard, Yale, and MIT, a Fulbright scholar, and the 2017 North American debate champion.

Streak

Convertible Note in 2012
Streak is the only CRM integrated entirely within your Gmail inbox, and works alongside all your other G Suite applications. It can be used to track any business process including sales, partnerships, support, hiring, deal flow, and much more. Streak also includes a powerful set of email tools including email tracking, send later, snoozing, mail merge, and more.

Hinge, Inc.

Series A in 2014
Hinge, Inc. develops applications for mobile, Internet, and social platforms. The company’s applications allow users to meet people in their social circles; browse Facebook-validated profiles, photos, and full names; and review friends in common, interests, religion, and other details. Hinge, Inc. was formerly known as Cleod9, Inc. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in New York, New York. As of June 20, 2018, Hinge, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Match Group, Inc.

Automattic Inc.

Series C in 2014
Automattic is the company behind WordPress.com and WordPress.com VIP, the cloud version of WordPress. Automattic hosts and supports all WordPress.com sites ensuring that there is continuous and strategic development of the software available to its users. Automattic also supports WordPress.com VIP, a premium service designed for large-scale enterprises. WordPress.com VIP combines the benefits of WordPress.com and the ability to run custom code. In addition, WordPress.com VIP offers companies a robust CMS and 24/7 service.

Twilio Inc.

Series A in 2009
Twilio, the developer platform for communications, is reinventing telecom by merging the worlds of cloud computing, web services and telecommunications. With Twilio, developers and businesses make communications more contextual by embedding voice, video, messaging, and authentication directly into applications. Businesses such as Uber, Box, DocuSign, Nordstrom, Coca-Cola, Walmart, and Home Depot trust Twilio to power their communications.

Locu

Series A in 2012
Locu helps local businesses be found. When businesses add their street address, phone number, hours of operation, and menus / service lists to Locu, Locu gets them on the map in front of over 200 million potential customers online. Instead of having to use multiple sites to manage their business listings and showcase their products and services, businesses can update just once with Locu, and Locu will publish changes in real-time to their web and mobile sites as well as to partner sites including Yelp, Foursquare, OpenTable, YP, TripAdvisor and Facebook.

Poll Everywhere

Seed Round in 2008
Poll Everywhere is the world's largest real time web, SMS, and Twitter polling service that lets users submit votes or comments to a PowerPoint or Keynote slide. It is a modern alternative for expensive hardware audience response clickers. The first code commits were in 2007, then in 2008 Poll Everywhere was accepted into Y Combinator. Since then we've bootstrapped our way to becoming the world's largest real time polling platform.

Vidme

Seed Round in 2015
Vidme is a Los Angeles-based online video sharing platform.

Docker

Series D in 2015
Docker develops an open platform for building, shipping, and running distributed applications. Its platform allows developers and system administrators to create and run applications as a collection of containers that work across laptops, data center virtual machines, and public cloud instances. Docker also offers an application run-time and packaging tool and a cloud service for sharing applications and automating workflows. Starting in 2008, dotCloud became Docker in October 2013, with its headquarters in San Francisco, California.

Quirky

Series A in 2010
Quirky is a developer of a crowdsourced invention platform that engages participants to collaborate in every aspect of product creation. It is a new type of socially developed product company founded with the vision of making invention accessible. Headquartered in New York City, Quirky brings game-changing products to the marketplace through interaction between its active online global community and Quirky’s expert product design staff, bringing to life ideas from their earliest stages to store shelves. Quirky was founded by Ben Kaufman, who is also the company’s CEO. Quirky is Kaufman’s third entrepreneurial venture. He previously founded Mophie and Kluster. Kaufman founded Quirky on the belief that ordinary people have extraordinary ideas, and that invention should be accessible to everyone. Any of Quirky’s community members can become an inventor or influencer by submitting ideas and helping to determine which products Quirky will design, manufacture, and sell. Inventors who submit ideas that are then created and influencers who contribute to those ideas share in royalties based on product sales. The company solicits ideas for new products via Quirky.com and its iPhone app. Once an idea is submitted, the Quirky community vets it, praises it, critiques it, and votes for their favorites, many of which will eventually be made by the Quirky design team and sold online and in stores. A prospective inventor can submit an idea to Quirky, and there is no limit on the number of invention ideas that a person can submit. When determining which products to make, Quirky considers factors such as uniqueness, manufacturing complexity, and intellectual property rights, yet they are committed to working on ideas both big and small that make life better. In 2016, the Quirky platform relaunched under new ownership.

Getable

Series A in 2015
Getable, Inc. provides an online rental service that enables consumers to search, compare, and rent equipment online. It enables clients to rent product in various categories, such as electronics and appliances, fashion wear, furniture and home goods, party and event supplies, sports and leisure products, storage and space solutions, tools and equipment, vehicles, and trade and conferences equipment. The company was incorporated in 2009 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Lumi Inc.

Seed Round in 2015
Lumi is a packaging supply chain platform for online brands, from small businesses to leading companies shipping millions of orders per month. Digital-native brands such as MeUndies, Threadless, Primary, and thousands of others rely on Lumi to supply unique and cost-effective unboxing experiences using their wide array of boxes, mailers, tape, and paper products available both custom-branded and plain. The Lumi Editor turns designs into production-ready artwork simplifying the traditional process of getting artwork proof. The Lumi Dashboard allows companies to quickly manage and re-order the supplies they need. Lumi works directly with factories around the world to produce and ship goods at competitive prices across a wide variety of manufacturing and printing techniques.

Dynasty

Seed Round in 2016
Dynasty Marketplace, Inc. develops artificial intelligence based software for real estate business. It enables individuals and institutions to buy and sell fractional ownership of individual properties on a liquid exchange. The application enables users to transform any email or phone number into a complete person with over 85 actionable data points. The company was incorporated in 2016 and is based in Venice, California. As of January 7, 2019, Dynasty Marketplace, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of AppFolio, Inc. As of January 7, 2019, Dynasty Marketplace, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of AppFolio, Inc..

UpNext

Series A in 2011
UpNext is a NYC based startup developing extremely detailed 3D maps for the mobile devices. UpNext currently maps New York City, Boston, DC, San Francisco, Philly, Chicago, Portland and Austin. Within the UpNext 3D Cities iPhone app a complete 3-D representation of each city is offered, down to practically every single building. You can pan and zoom, and click on any building to get a list of the businesses inside. Type in an address and the map flies right to it. If you want to see nearby restaurants, bars, stores, hotels, museums, or sports facilities, you can set a filter to light those things up on the map.

Envoy - helloenvoy.com

Seed Round in 2015
Envoy is the trusted Family Concierge service for seniors and their families. Thousands have already turned to Envoy for lightweight help and support to stay in their homes longer, maintain their independence, and live life to the fullest. The heart of our service is our wonderful community of Family Concierge assistants, whom we call our Envoys, serving clients in their local neighborhoods. Each and every day, our Envoys enjoy the freedom to earn flexible income they need, as they build trusted relationships with their clients, while being out and about doing something they love - helping others. Whether it’s simply for grocery shopping from favorite local stores or as a compelling alternative to traditional in-home care or assisted living, our software and apps make managing everything just a tap away. Families have a trusted, 1:1 relationship with their Envoy while enjoying full transparency and peace of mind like never before - with notifications, photos, and receipts documenting every visit.

Embark

Seed Round in 2012
Embark is a mobile application designed to make it easy to get around cities using mass transit. Among other features, the iOS and Android application tells users when trains and busses are coming and will send push notifications when services are delayed. With over half a million users and rapid growth, Embark's simple and powerful mobile application is designed to bring urban transportation into the age of the smartphone. Embark is available for twelve major transportation systems in the US and the UK and is expanding rapidly. Embark won best transit and mobility app awards from the New York MTA App Quest and NYC Big Apps 3.0 contests.

vidIQ

Seed Round in 2012
vidIQ is the first YouTube audience development and management suite that helps brands and agencies grow their views and subscribers. vidIQ is an end-to-end solution that assists YouTube marketers at every step of their workflow, including uploading their videos at the best time of day, connecting brands with their top influencers, YouTube SEO, monitoring viewer and engagement analytics across Twitter and Facebook, bulk description editing, comment moderation, and Facebook fan page syndication. vidIQ was founded in January of 2012 by ex-Viddler founder Rob Sandie, Todd Troxell, and James Cross. It is backed by some of the biggest names in angel investment, including Mark Cuban, Scott Banister, and David Cohen, among others.

Smash.gg

Seed Round in 2016
The Company provides software to improve the Smash experience for streamers, players, tournament attendees, and spectators (collectively, “General Users”) and for registered users who are tournament organizers (“Tournament Organizers”). The Company provides a platform for enabling connections between General Users and Tournament Organizers and for the collection of payments with respect to the sale of tickets, registrations, merchandise, and services for, and the solicitation of donations with respect to, events registered on the Site from General Users.

Comparably

Venture Round in 2016
Comparably provides the most accurate and comprehensive compensation and culture data, to understand employees' true value and needs to make work better.

Stripe

Series C in 2014
Businesses on Stripe rank access to capital as their biggest obstacle to growth. Traditional lenders aren’t set up to serve internet businesses, typically requiring lengthy applications, complex collateral obligations, and fixed payment schedules. They built Stripe Capital to cut through the red tape. Their goal is to provide access to fast, flexible financing that helps online businesses invest in growth.

1000memories

Series A in 2011
1000memories is the new shoebox for your old photos. 1000Memories allows people to organize, share, and discover old photos and memories and set up family trees.

MakeSpace

Series A in 2014
MakeSpace aims to make storage convenient and consumer-friendly, creating a tech-enabled storage experience. Customers pay only for the space they need, and schedule pickups, drop-offs, and other services through an app and digital photo inventory. The company is now available in 31 markets across North America.

Getable

Seed Round in 2013
Getable, Inc. provides an online rental service that enables consumers to search, compare, and rent equipment online. It enables clients to rent product in various categories, such as electronics and appliances, fashion wear, furniture and home goods, party and event supplies, sports and leisure products, storage and space solutions, tools and equipment, vehicles, and trade and conferences equipment. The company was incorporated in 2009 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Chewse, Inc.

Seed Round in 2013
As of March 31, 2020, Chewse, Inc. was acquired by Food.ee Media Ltd.. Chewse, Inc. caters meals from local restaurants and delivers to customers in San Francisco, the East Bay, and Los Angeles, California. The company offers customized meals and services to offices and corporate clients, as well as to events and special occasions. Chewse, Inc. was incorporated in 2015 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Ranker, LLC

Venture Round in 2013
Ranker, LLC operates as a digital media company provides rankings online. It offers rankings on people, such as actors, celebrity facts, historical figures, musicians, and politicians; entertainment, which include anime, gaming, movies, music, and TV; sports that include athletes, baseball, basketball, football, and soccer; culture, including food, relationships, travel and thought provoking; and channels. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in Los Angeles, California.

Wizeline

Seed Round in 2013
Wizeline is a global product development company that helps its clients solve their biggest challenges with design and technology. Wizeline helps technology leaders build innovative end-to-end products that capture new markets, disrupt business models, and leverage data. Over 100M people use products designed and developed by Wizeline every day. With Silicon Valley DNA and exceptional global talent, Wizeline has built a practice uniquely equipped to this task.

Nurx

Seed Round in 2015
Nurx is a healthcare services company offers at-home STI testing, treatment for genital and oral herpes, and emergency contraception. Nurx offers patients transparent pricing and judgement-free care whenever and wherever works best for them. Nurx believes everyone should have the freedom to live well and be in charge of their healthcare decisions, regardless of their circumstances.

Mosa Meat B.V.

Series A in 2020
Mosa Meat B.V. develops tissue engineering into a technology that can mass-produce cultured meat. It harvests adult stem cells from the muscle tissue of a living cow. It offers burgers and ham-burgers. The company was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Maastricht, the Netherlands.

OpenDNS, Inc.

Series C in 2014
OpenDNS is a provider of Internet security and Domain Name System services for homes and businesses. It also provides internet wide security network for web content filtering, anti phishing, Domain Name System infrastructure, and navigation services that enable consumers and administrators to protect networks from online threats and to enforce internet use policies.

Mindie

Seed Round in 2014
Mindie is a new way to share life through music video, in seconds. Choose the track of your choice and record video while the music is playing! Any video gets insanely better with music.

VHX

Series A in 2013
VHX Corporation provides technology for businesses to create custom video experiences across various platforms and connected devices. Its video distribution platform allows creators to sell their work from their own Websites directly to their fans. The company enables publishers to sell films, TV shows, comedy specials, live concert footage, lectures, web series, fitness, education, and more. It serves video producers, agencies, distributors, and networks. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in Brooklyn, New York. As of May 2, 2016, VHX Corporation operates as a subsidiary of Vimeo, LLC.
MessageYes' mission is to help people effortlessly discover and purchase items they love using their mobile phones. MessageYes is the first platform to offer frictionless e-commerce over mobile messaging for brands looking to engage and transact directly with their customers. Leveraging artificial intelligence (AI), human-assisted AI, and integrated payments, the MessageYes platform learns from customer feedback to make the experience serendipitous to each person and brand. Message recipients simply reply "Yes" to instantly buy from their mobile phones.

Vidme

Series A in 2016
Vidme is a Los Angeles-based online video sharing platform.

Pachama

Seed Round in 2020
Pachama is an organization focused on developing technology solutions to accelerate the growth of the Forest Carbon Credits market. Their ultimate intention is to help scale up the protection and restoration of the forests of the planet, which recapture carbon from the atmosphere reversing climate change, and are the holders of the planet’s biodiversity, keystones for maintaining planetary homeostasis.

StyleSeat, Inc.

Seed Round in 2013
At StyleSeat, our mission is to help people look and feel their best. We are on the path to achieving this mission by being the go-­to platform for consumers to discover, book, and pay for beauty and grooming services (hair stylists, colorists, nail artists, estheticians, barbers, etc). We are also the premiere solution for all independent professionals in the industry to run and grow their business. We have powered over 100 million appointments booked and $7B in revenue for small businesses and are on the path to much more.

SnowShoe Stamp

Seed Round in 2015
SnowShoe Stamps are small pieces of plastic with secret digital identities. SnowShoe have no batteries, power, circuitry, antenna, and moving parts and blur the boundaries between their digital and physical worlds. SnowShoe stamps let game developers bring physical digital experiences to mobile platforms. At the same time, they have been used as a physical factor of authentication for user log-in and POS transactions. Stamps work with all multi-touch mobile devices, and their software can be integrated into a project in mere minutes.

SimpleGeo

Series A in 2010
SimpleGeo provides a ready-to-use location infrastructure that makes it easy to ad location-aware features to applications. The company was founded in 2009 by [Matt Galligan](/person/matt-galligan) and [Joe Stump](/person/joe-stump) and was acquired by [Urban Airship](/organization/urban-airship) in October 2011.

Graphicly

Series A in 2010
The Graphicly platform offers automated self-publishing by converting, distributing and promoting image-based digital content across the most popular consumer mobile and eBook marketplaces including the Apple iOS Newsstand and iBookstore, Barnes & Noble NOOK Color, Amazon Kindle store, Facebook and many others, while streamlining the work flow, reducing production costs significantly and providing authors and publishers detailed real-time analytics. As the only platform that optimizes image-based content, Graphicly is uniquely poised to take advantage of the $23 billion publishing market, including the more than 300,000 self-published authors expected to produce a graphical work this year.

Stickybits

Series A in 2010
stickybits is the first social object network, connecting the digital and physical worlds. each stickybit is a unique barcode than can be scanned by iPhone or Android devices and then augmented with user generated content. Users can be notified when their codes are scanned, augmented or moved by other people. The company's first product is a beautifully designed pack of stickers that can be purchased on amazon.com. Users can also choose to print out their own codes at home from stickybits.com

StyleSeat, Inc.

Series A in 2014
At StyleSeat, our mission is to help people look and feel their best. We are on the path to achieving this mission by being the go-­to platform for consumers to discover, book, and pay for beauty and grooming services (hair stylists, colorists, nail artists, estheticians, barbers, etc). We are also the premiere solution for all independent professionals in the industry to run and grow their business. We have powered over 100 million appointments booked and $7B in revenue for small businesses and are on the path to much more.

Threadflip

Series B in 2014
Threadflip is building a social marketplace that changes the way women shop for clothes and style their wardrobes, creating a peer-to-peer shopping experience that is delightful, collaborative and inspirational, as well as efficient and cost-effective. Threadflip closed in Jan. 14, 2015 but has partnered with Le Tote.

Twitter

Series A in 2007
Microblogging

Tala

Series E in 2021
Tala is a mobile technology and data science company that is oriented around financial services in emerging markets. More than 2 million people have borrowed through Tala’s smartphone app, which provides instant credit scoring, lending, and other personalized financial services in emerging markets. Tala provides personalized loans to approved borrowers and builds digital credit history. The company provides instant loans through a mobile app where the entire process happens, from loan application to funds release and status tracking. Tala was founded on October 1, 2011, and is the global team is headquartered in Santa Monica, with additional offices in Nairobi, Manila, Dar Es Salaam, Mexico City, Mumbai, and Bangalore.

Moveline Group, Inc.

Seed Round in 2012
Moveline Group, Inc., a technology company, provides a Web application for people preparing for a move. Its application enables users to gather information about the moving companies, compare prices, and make decisions about an upcoming move. The company’s application also allows users to make decision relating to the inventory. Moveline Group, Inc. was founded in 2011 and is based in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Zencoder

Series A in 2011
Zencoder is web-based [video encoding software as a service](http://zencoder.com), designed to quickly convert any video into web and mobile compatible formats. It is for web sites and applications that accept uploaded videos and need to encode them to standard formats.

RescueTime, Inc.

Series A in 2008
RescueTime, Inc. offers business time management software. It provides RescueTime, a Web-based time management and analytics tool that captures attention data from computer users and provides analytics to help them understand how they spend their time on the computer. The company offers its product in a software-as-a-service model. RescueTime, Inc. was founded in 2007 and is based in Seattle, Washington.

Hatch Baby

Series A in 2015
Hatch Baby offers a suite of smart sleep products to help humans of all ages and stages develop and maintain natural healthy sleep habits. Designed by experts and loved by parents, its original Rest Family includes Rest and Rest+, all-in-one sleep products designed for babies and kids that can be controlled remotely.

REX

Seed Round in 2014
Rex Labs, LLC develops a mobile application that enables users to share, find, and save recommendations with friends and experts. Its application allows users to share and find articles, videos, podcasts, music, movies, television, books, food and drink, places, applications and games, and more. The company was founded in 2016 and is based in New York, New York.

Happy Returns, Inc.

Seed Round in 2016
Happy Returns, Inc. provides in-person returns for online shoppers. It develops a network of Return Bars, kiosks, that enables shoppers to return items in-person and get an immediate refund. The company then ships the item back to the e-commerce companies. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Santa Monica, California.

Joymode, Inc.

Seed Round in 2015
Joymode, Inc. offers leisure equipment for periodic and short-term use on rent. It enables users to reserve and rent tents, sleeping pads, stoves, headlamps, etc. The company offers its services through its mobile applications and related services. Joymode, Inc. was founded in 2015 and is based in Los Angeles, California.

Binti

Series B in 2021
Binti, Inc. operates a platform for parents to fill their home study paperwork online. It provides access to a network of social workers and agencies to conduct home visits, as well as to help parents navigate the adoption process, including adopting home study preparation, international guides, and financing resources. The company was incorporated in 2013 and is based in Oakland, California.

Flirtey

Venture Round in 2015
Flirtey provides drone delivery service of retail and e-commerce items to consumer homes. It is driven by a mission to improve lifestyles by making delivery instant for everyone. The company was the first to conduct an FAA-approved drone delivery in the U.S., the first to perform a fully autonomous drone delivery to a home and the first to launch a commercial drone delivery service. Flirtey was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Reno, Nevada.

stensul

Series A in 2018
Stensul is transforming the way enterprise marketers work. Our email generation platform is centralized, scalable, and pre-configured to each brand. By bypassing all of the back-and-forth with designers, developers and QA, marketers can focus on crafting content that inspires and delivers real results. Build emails in our platform, and then instantly send them out through your ESP or Marketing Cloud. With stensul, marketers are reimagining what’s possible with email.

MiSalud

Seed Round in 2021
MiSalud offers a unique combination of personalized preventative wellness services, along with traditional healthcare via Spanish speaking physicians.

Threadflip

Series A in 2012
Threadflip is building a social marketplace that changes the way women shop for clothes and style their wardrobes, creating a peer-to-peer shopping experience that is delightful, collaborative and inspirational, as well as efficient and cost-effective. Threadflip closed in Jan. 14, 2015 but has partnered with Le Tote.

Bellhops, Inc.

Series B in 2015
Bellhops, Inc. provides truck, trailer, storage unit, or mobile storage container loading and unloading services, as well as and heavy lifting services. The company offers its services through applications and online platform that connect athletic students with people and businesses needing moving help and lifting labor. It handles small and medium scale moves. The company serves the United States citizens. Bellhops, Inc. was founded in 2013 and is based in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Dubsmash, Inc.

Series A in 2015
Dubsmash, Inc. develops and operates a web-based hosting, communications, and content creation platform and mobile application. The company offers a micro-video-entertainment application, which allows content creators to create and share dubbed sound recordings, videos, information, text, graphics, or related content. The company was founded in 2017 and is based in New York, New York.

Backupify

Series A in 2010
Backupify is a backup technology provider for cloud-based data, offering archiving, search and restore solutions for online services.

Posterous

Series A in 2010
Posterous emerged from [Y Combinator](/organization/y-combinator) in the summer of 2008 as an innovative company focused on making blogging simple - as simple as sending an email - and now has more than 15 million monthly users. With the launch of Posterous Spaces, the company is bringing its trademark simplicity to help people share smarter with intuitive privacy controls to share selectively across multiple platforms.

Women.com

Seed Round in 2014
Women.com is the ultimate destination for women's content, conversation, and community. We created women.com to give you the ability to create and express your own unique voice.

9GAG, Inc.

Seed Round in 2012
9GAG, Inc. operates a daily joke site that allows users to post and comment on funny pics, videos, gaming, anime, manga, movies, TV programs, cosplays, sports, food, memes, cute, fail, and photos on the Internet. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in Mountain View, California.

Tipjoy

Series A in 2008
Tipjoy is a simple, social payments engine that allows merchants to sell digital content and features, charities to raise money for causes, and individuals to give money to one another. Tipjoy was a Winter '08 [Y Combinator](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/y-combinator) participant.

The Noun Project

Seed Round in 2014
Creating, Sharing and Celebrating the World's Visual Language

Next Games

Series A in 2014
Next Games is a free-to-play developer based in Helsinki, Finland. Our priority is to create compelling and easy gameplay experience. It specializes in games based on entertainment franchises, such as movies, TV series, or books. It was founded in 2013 and headquartered in Helsinki, Southern Finland.

FanBridge

Series A in 2010
FanBridge is a leading Fan Audience CRM platform, currently used to manage fan acquisition, retention, and engagement for more than 600 million fan relationships. Clients include the world's largest brands, premium content producers, influencers from music, sports, film, television, comedy and publishing, and YouTube channel producers - all of whom use FanBridge to grow and profit from building direct relationships with audiences across email, social media, mobile and high engagement destinations.

Hyper

Seed Round in 2015
Hyper is a new video magazine for iPad with a clear less is more approach. With daily editions of only 6 to 12 hand-picked videos and a beautiful, minimalist design, Hyper simply provides the best of the newest every day.

DigitalGenius

Seed Round in 2015
DIGITALGENIUS, INC. develops artificial intelligence software solutions for customer service operations. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Victorious

Series A in 2014
Victorious empowers creators to distribute all of their multimedia content in their own apps, interact more deeply and directly with their fan communities, and unlock new revenue streams. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in Santa Monica, California.

Liftopia

Series C in 2011
Liftopia, Inc. owns and operates a platform, Liftopia.com, which retails ski lift tickets on the Web. It sells lift tickets, rentals, and lessons at various alpine resorts in North America. Its platform enables alpine resorts to sell advance purchase, date specific tickets, rentals, and lessons. Liftopia, Inc. was formerly known as Liftopia Holding Corp. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Embedly

Seed Round in 2010
Embedly provides a platform and suite of tools to make embedding and previewing links simple. Embedly helps publishers and consumers manage embed codes from more than 100 Websites and APIs, including YouTube, Flickr, Ustream, Picassa, Hulu, Twitpic, Quantcast, and CrunchBase. It automatically convert links from these sources into embedded media on the fly.

Little Labs

Seed Round in 2015
Little Labs, Inc. is a Venice California based company focused on smartwatch apps and defining the future of the post-phone era. The company is behind Facer, the leading watch face customization platform for Apple Watch, Android Wear, and Tizen and the official publisher of CBS, Sony and FOX watch faces on all platforms. Little Labs was also chosen by FOX last year to ship the official game for the movie The Martian, the first AAA game on Apple Watch and Android Wear.

Mux

Seed Round in 2016
Mux is building the future of online video infrastructure. They started off by building Mux Data, a best-in-class performance analytics tool that’s trusted by developers at companies like Vimeo, Robinhood, CBS Interactive, Discovery, PBS, and TED. Billions of monitored streams later, they launched Mux Video, a simple API to video hosting, encoding, and streaming. Take any video file or live stream and make it play beautifully at scale on any device, powered by magical-feeling features like automatic thumbnails, animated GIFs, and data-driven encoding decisions. Mux measures the performance metrics that actually matter to viewers: rebuffering, startup time, video quality, and errors. Its intuitive dashboard quickly gives users the insight to find issues and make improvements through features like A/B testing, industry-wide scores, alerts, and detailed information about every single video view.

VHX

Seed Round in 2012
VHX Corporation provides technology for businesses to create custom video experiences across various platforms and connected devices. Its video distribution platform allows creators to sell their work from their own Websites directly to their fans. The company enables publishers to sell films, TV shows, comedy specials, live concert footage, lectures, web series, fitness, education, and more. It serves video producers, agencies, distributors, and networks. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in Brooklyn, New York. As of May 2, 2016, VHX Corporation operates as a subsidiary of Vimeo, LLC.

DailyBooth

Angel Round in 2009
DailyBooth lets users follow their friends and update them in real-time through the use of pictures and status updates.
Commonwealth Fusion Systems LLC develops energy through inexhaustible power plant. The company uses rare-earth barium copper oxide superconductor technology to develop energy. It offers fusion energy to combat climate change. The company was incorporated in 2017 and is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Chartbeat Inc.

Series A in 2010
Chartbeat is a content intelligence platform for publishers that empowers companies to build loyal audiences with real-time and historical editorial analytics across desktop, social, and mobile platforms. The company helps digital publishing organizations understand what, within their content, is keeping people engaged. It shows visitors, load times, and referring sites on a minute-by-minute basis. The service also provides alerts the second your Website crashes or slows to a crawl. The company was founded in 2009 and is based in New York.

Grove

Seed Round in 2017
Grove is a personal trainer for the client's moneyThe company assesses where you are today and create a plan to make the client confident about their money. Through proprietary software combined with a team of Certified Financial Planners, Grove is able to offer personalized advice at a fraction of the price of traditional financial advisors.

Joymode, Inc.

Seed Round in 2016
Joymode, Inc. offers leisure equipment for periodic and short-term use on rent. It enables users to reserve and rent tents, sleeping pads, stoves, headlamps, etc. The company offers its services through its mobile applications and related services. Joymode, Inc. was founded in 2015 and is based in Los Angeles, California.

Dubsmash, Inc.

Seed Round in 2014
Dubsmash, Inc. develops and operates a web-based hosting, communications, and content creation platform and mobile application. The company offers a micro-video-entertainment application, which allows content creators to create and share dubbed sound recordings, videos, information, text, graphics, or related content. The company was founded in 2017 and is based in New York, New York.

BackType

Seed Round in 2011
BackType is a marketing intelligence platform that helps brands and agencies understand the business impact of social media. BackType also powers social features for over 100 companies, including The New York Times, Slideshare, Automattic (creators of WordPress), Bit.ly and more.

Trustify

Seed Round in 2016
Trustify, Inc. operates an on-demand technology platform that helps to connect and hire private investigators in the United States. The company offers real-time observation and digital monitoring services. It also provides services in the areas of background checks, social and digital media analysis, and real-time observations for staffing; finding witnesses, serving papers, locating assets, and collecting evidence for law; and workman's compensation, scene investigation, liability, witness identification, property and casualty, recorded statements, surveillance, subrogation potential, fact of loss, and SIU support services for insurance businesses. The company was incorporated in 2015 and is based in Arlington, Virginia.

MobilizeAmerica, Inc.

Series A in 2020
MobilizeAmerica, Inc. operates a volunteer management platform and network that enables activists, progressive organizations, and campaigns to connect and win. Its platform allow users to create events online, register their volunteers online for shifts, send automatic confirmation and reminder emails to volunteers, and share events to their network. MobilizeAmerica, Inc. was formerly known as Mobilize America LLC and changed its name to MobilizeAmerica, Inc. in July 2017. The company was incorporated in 2017 and is based in New York, New York. As of November 30, 2020, MobilizeAmerica, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of EveryAction.

North Technologies Inc.

Seed Round in 2014
North Technologies Inc. designs and develops mobile applications. Its product includes Tiiny, an application to share small photos and videos with friends that automatically delete after 24 hours; and watchville, an application with news and features for watch enthusiasts. North Technologies Inc. was incorporated in 2014 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of July 9, 2015, North Technologies Inc. operates as a subsidiary of BOTH Media LLC.

MakeSpace

Seed Round in 2013
MakeSpace aims to make storage convenient and consumer-friendly, creating a tech-enabled storage experience. Customers pay only for the space they need, and schedule pickups, drop-offs, and other services through an app and digital photo inventory. The company is now available in 31 markets across North America.

Bitly

Series A in 2009
Bitly is a link management platform that helps brands deliver and measure their marketing efforts across all channels. Through branded bitlinks, mobile deep linking, and omnichannel campaign tracking, the platform offers a complete marketing solution to drive customer experiences. Using HTTP 301 redirects for its links, companies can use their own custom domains to generate shortened links. This allows the company to push brand awareness on services such as Twitter but use the Bitly engine to generate the shortened URLs and track marketing metrics. Bitly was launched in July 2008 and is based in New York, United States with additional offices in San Francisco and Denver.

Waggle.tv

Seed Round in 2016
Waggle is a community driven digital media platform for pet & animal lovers that creates wonderful connections between animals and the people who love them. Incubated by Broadway Video Ventures (Saturday Night Live, Jimmy Fallon), Waggles's investors include Raine and Lowercase Capital.

Kixer

Seed Round in 2014
Kixer is a mobile advertisement network that enables premium content publishers to better monetize the mobile web through an ad inventory. Kixer helps web publishers enter the growing user acquisition marketplace, while providing application developers with the opportunity to attract a highly-engaged user base through its distribution outlet. Its technology improves personalized application recommendations, maximizing ROI for its users. Kixer is operated from Burbank, California.

Omnity, Inc.

Venture Round in 2015
Omnity, Inc. develops and distributes a semantic search and discovery solution. The company is based in San Francisco, California.

Mobcrush

Series B in 2016
Mobcrush, Inc., a technology and entertainment company, develops a live streaming application and community for gamers. It offers Mobcrush, a mobile application that connects gamers worldwide. The company’s application enables users to create and broadcast the gameplay live from the phone or tablet; watch and hang out with creators and tune in for epic events and eSports competitions; and connect and chat with a community of players that love the same games. Mobcrush, Inc. was incorporated in 2014 and is based in Santa Monica, California.

Kixer

Seed Round in 2014
Kixer is a mobile advertisement network that enables premium content publishers to better monetize the mobile web through an ad inventory. Kixer helps web publishers enter the growing user acquisition marketplace, while providing application developers with the opportunity to attract a highly-engaged user base through its distribution outlet. Its technology improves personalized application recommendations, maximizing ROI for its users. Kixer is operated from Burbank, California.

Common Living

Series A in 2015
Common Living is a community-driven residential company that brings community, convenience, and flexibility to housing. The company's homes give people all parts of coliving, affordable rent, beautiful spaces, friendly people, reducing the hassle. The company operates collaboratively and values self-starters to ensure the work is done well. Common Living was founded in October 2015 and is headquartered in New York.

Hinge, Inc.

Convertible Note in 2014
Hinge, Inc. develops applications for mobile, Internet, and social platforms. The company’s applications allow users to meet people in their social circles; browse Facebook-validated profiles, photos, and full names; and review friends in common, interests, religion, and other details. Hinge, Inc. was formerly known as Cleod9, Inc. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in New York, New York. As of June 20, 2018, Hinge, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Match Group, Inc.

280 North

Angel Round in 2008
280 North is a web application company based on their proprietary application framework, Cappuccino. Along with Objective-J, Cappuccino provides a complete toolkit to develop rich web applications. It's modeled after a proven desktop development environment, and has been released as an open source project under the LGPL. 280 North's first application, 280 Slides, enables anyone with a web browser to quickly and easily create beautiful presentations. 280 Slides takes advantage of the web by making it trivial to find and include great media in your presentation. We also built in advanced features like importing and exporting PowerPoint documents, so your data is always portable.

Reserve

Series A in 2015
Reserve Media, Inc. provides a digital dining concierge service for restaurants and diners. It provides Reserve, a service that enables customers to find various restaurants; and restaurants to accommodate more diners. The company was incorporated in 2013 and is based in New York, New York with additional offices in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Boston. As of November 2, 2018, Reserve Media, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Resy Network, Inc.

Nurx

Series C in 2019
Nurx is a healthcare services company offers at-home STI testing, treatment for genital and oral herpes, and emergency contraception. Nurx offers patients transparent pricing and judgement-free care whenever and wherever works best for them. Nurx believes everyone should have the freedom to live well and be in charge of their healthcare decisions, regardless of their circumstances.

Twitter

Series G in 2011
Microblogging

Tala

Series A in 2015
Tala is a mobile technology and data science company that is oriented around financial services in emerging markets. More than 2 million people have borrowed through Tala’s smartphone app, which provides instant credit scoring, lending, and other personalized financial services in emerging markets. Tala provides personalized loans to approved borrowers and builds digital credit history. The company provides instant loans through a mobile app where the entire process happens, from loan application to funds release and status tracking. Tala was founded on October 1, 2011, and is the global team is headquartered in Santa Monica, with additional offices in Nairobi, Manila, Dar Es Salaam, Mexico City, Mumbai, and Bangalore.

Backupify

Series B in 2011
Backupify is a backup technology provider for cloud-based data, offering archiving, search and restore solutions for online services.

Mux

Seed Round in 2015
Mux is building the future of online video infrastructure. They started off by building Mux Data, a best-in-class performance analytics tool that’s trusted by developers at companies like Vimeo, Robinhood, CBS Interactive, Discovery, PBS, and TED. Billions of monitored streams later, they launched Mux Video, a simple API to video hosting, encoding, and streaming. Take any video file or live stream and make it play beautifully at scale on any device, powered by magical-feeling features like automatic thumbnails, animated GIFs, and data-driven encoding decisions. Mux measures the performance metrics that actually matter to viewers: rebuffering, startup time, video quality, and errors. Its intuitive dashboard quickly gives users the insight to find issues and make improvements through features like A/B testing, industry-wide scores, alerts, and detailed information about every single video view.

Tala

Series C in 2018
Tala is a mobile technology and data science company that is oriented around financial services in emerging markets. More than 2 million people have borrowed through Tala’s smartphone app, which provides instant credit scoring, lending, and other personalized financial services in emerging markets. Tala provides personalized loans to approved borrowers and builds digital credit history. The company provides instant loans through a mobile app where the entire process happens, from loan application to funds release and status tracking. Tala was founded on October 1, 2011, and is the global team is headquartered in Santa Monica, with additional offices in Nairobi, Manila, Dar Es Salaam, Mexico City, Mumbai, and Bangalore.

Backupify

Series C in 2012
Backupify is a backup technology provider for cloud-based data, offering archiving, search and restore solutions for online services.

Gowalla

Series B in 2009
Gowalla is the leading Social Guide to the world's most loved places and cities. Its award-winning mobile app and website — paired with an ever-growing collection of socially-powered Guides to cities, parks and regions across the globe — as curated by the Gowalla community and experts like Disney and National Geographic — make it easy for friends and families to share and discover photos, experiences and recommendations on the go. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, Gowalla was launched in 2009 and is backed by investors including Greylock Partners, Also p-Louie Partners, Founders Fund, and other prominent angel investors.

Boundless Mind, Inc.

Convertible Note in 2015
Boundless Mind, Inc. offers artificial intelligence platform for behavior design to help people be healthy, wealthy, happy, and wise. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Los Angeles, California. As of October 16, 2019, Boundless Mind, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Thrive Global Holdings, Inc.

Din, Inc.

Seed Round in 2015
Formerly Known as Forage. Din helps you cook like your favorite restaurant at home in 20 min. Din partners with notable restaurants and chefs like Bar Tartine, Tacolicious, and James Beard 2015 Rising Star Chef Jessica Largey to deliver everything you need to recreate their dishes at home. Din’s team, led by Michelin Star veteran Stephen Beaumier formerly of Cyrus, Quince and Restaurant Noma, does much of the time­intensive prep work for you, like braising meats and creating complex sauces, so you can finish the dish in under 20 minutes, as quickly as a restaurant can fire a dish. Then they deliver the prepped and whole ingredients in an insulated, reusable tote to your home.

Uber Technologies, Inc.

Series A in 2011
Uber is evolving the way the world moves. By seamlessly connecting riders to drivers through our app, we make cities more accessible, opening up more possibilities for riders and more business for drivers. From our founding in 2009 to our launches in over 300 cities today, Uber's rapidly expanding global presence continues to bring people and their cities closer.

Electric Imp

Series A in 2012
Electric Imp, Inc. operates an Internet of Things (IoT) platform for connectivity, security, and lifecycle management solutions for businesses. The company’s platform offers security, connectivity, cellular, cloud, IoT lifecycle, manufacturing implementation process, deployment and operation, and integration solutions, as well as impOS software for the company’s hardware modules. It also provides retrofit, asset management, asset tracking, monitoring and control, predictive maintenance, security critical, auto replenishment, and connected commerce solutions. In addition, the company offers hardware technology, hardware product services, cloud platforms, analytics and applications, and system integration and software services. Further, it sells breakout boards, IoT related products, prototyping accessories, and other products online. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in Los Altos, California with an additional office in Cambridge, United Kingdom.

Brightwheel

Series B in 2018
Brightwheel is the first all-in-one software platform for preschools, childcare providers, camps, and afterschool programs. Brightwheel helps teachers manage their day and communicate with parents, gives parents deeper insight into what their children are learning, and automates the process of managing operations for administrators. The platform has been shown to save teachers and administrators up to an hour per day while improving parent satisfaction and giving them a closer connection to their child’s learning. It is the fastest growing platform in early education, used across thousands of locations globally.

Snowball

Seed Round in 2014
Snowball is your beautiful new notification center for Android. It takes all the awesome stuff from all the apps on your phone and puts it in one place. Now you can get things done without opening a million apps. Less apps, more action! UNIFIED INBOX: Receive and reply to messages from Facebook, WhatsApp, SMS, Line, Telegram, Email from *one* place TRAVEL ASSIST: See Uber and Lyft prices and times when you have to be somewhere PRIORITY NOTIFICATIONS: Hide annoying notifications, never miss awesome ones Highlights - Never miss another phone call, message, email, or calendar reminder - Fast reply to messages from WhatsApp, SMS, Facebook Messenger, Telegram, Line + more - Heads-up notifications for important messages & notifications - Sounds and vibrations only play for important messages & notifications - Works with Android wear

Slack Fund

Series F in 2016
Slack Technologies, Inc. operates Slack, a business technology software platform in the United States and internationally. Its platform brings together people, applications, and data, as well as sells its offering under a software-as-a-service model. The company was formerly known as Tiny Speck, Inc. and changed its name to Slack Technologies, Inc. in 2014. Slack Technologies, Inc. was incorporated in 2009 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Mark43, Inc.

Seed Round in 2013
Mark43 creates the next generation of law enforcement software that allows police to effortlessly collect, manage, analyze, and share information. It is on a mission to empower communities and their governments with new technologies that improve the safety and quality of life for all. Its intuitive software delivers cloud-first technology and data-driven insights to public safety. The company was founded in 2012 and is based in New York City.

Mark43, Inc.

Series A in 2015
Mark43 creates the next generation of law enforcement software that allows police to effortlessly collect, manage, analyze, and share information. It is on a mission to empower communities and their governments with new technologies that improve the safety and quality of life for all. Its intuitive software delivers cloud-first technology and data-driven insights to public safety. The company was founded in 2012 and is based in New York City.

Bellhops, Inc.

Series A in 2014
Bellhops, Inc. provides truck, trailer, storage unit, or mobile storage container loading and unloading services, as well as and heavy lifting services. The company offers its services through applications and online platform that connect athletic students with people and businesses needing moving help and lifting labor. It handles small and medium scale moves. The company serves the United States citizens. Bellhops, Inc. was founded in 2013 and is based in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Workflow

Seed Round in 2013
Workflow connects your apps and services together to automate things you do every day. The company also builds DeskConnect: the missing link between your devices.

DigitalGenius

Seed Round in 2016
DIGITALGENIUS, INC. develops artificial intelligence software solutions for customer service operations. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Binti

Seed Round in 2015
Binti, Inc. operates a platform for parents to fill their home study paperwork online. It provides access to a network of social workers and agencies to conduct home visits, as well as to help parents navigate the adoption process, including adopting home study preparation, international guides, and financing resources. The company was incorporated in 2013 and is based in Oakland, California.

stensul

Series B in 2020
Stensul is transforming the way enterprise marketers work. Our email generation platform is centralized, scalable, and pre-configured to each brand. By bypassing all of the back-and-forth with designers, developers and QA, marketers can focus on crafting content that inspires and delivers real results. Build emails in our platform, and then instantly send them out through your ESP or Marketing Cloud. With stensul, marketers are reimagining what’s possible with email.

Swipe Labs

Series A in 2015
Swipe allows users to share private photos and videos that wouldn’t get posted on Facebook. It experiments with new social products to craft better mobile communication experiences for the users. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Handshake

Series B in 2016
Today, the Handshake community includes 17 million students and young alumni at over 1,000 colleges and universities — including 120+ minority-serving institutions. They connect up-and-coming talent across all 50 states with nearly 500,000 employers recruiting on Handshake — from every Fortune 500 company to thousands of small businesses, nonprofits, startups, and more. Handshake is democratizing opportunity and ensuring college students have the support they need to find a great job and kick-off a meaningful career regardless of where they go to school, what they choose as a major, and who they know. Handshake’s network gives students access to more career opportunities and insights, provides employers with more comprehensive and efficient access to talent, and gives colleges more tools to drive student engagement and increase student employment Handshake has raised a total of $155 million dollars with $80 million most recently raised in Q4 of 2019. We've had the support from GGV, EQT Ventures, Kleiner Perkins, Spark Capital, True Ventures, and Lightspeed Venture Partners. In addition, Handshake has received support from social impact investors, including the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, Omidyar Network, Reach Capital, among others. Handshake was launched in 2014 and is headquartered in San Francisco and has offices in Denver and London, England.

Medium

Series A in 2014
Medium is a social publishing platform that allows anyone to share ideas and perspectives that matter. For writers, Medium offers simple creation tools combined with a larger distribution network. For readers, Medium allows people to follow people and topics that matter to them and receive a personalized feed of content every day. Readers can join in the conversation by highlighting, recommending, or responding to posts. It was founded n 2013 and headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Tala

Series D in 2019
Tala is a mobile technology and data science company that is oriented around financial services in emerging markets. More than 2 million people have borrowed through Tala’s smartphone app, which provides instant credit scoring, lending, and other personalized financial services in emerging markets. Tala provides personalized loans to approved borrowers and builds digital credit history. The company provides instant loans through a mobile app where the entire process happens, from loan application to funds release and status tracking. Tala was founded on October 1, 2011, and is the global team is headquartered in Santa Monica, with additional offices in Nairobi, Manila, Dar Es Salaam, Mexico City, Mumbai, and Bangalore.

MobilizeAmerica, Inc.

Seed Round in 2019
MobilizeAmerica, Inc. operates a volunteer management platform and network that enables activists, progressive organizations, and campaigns to connect and win. Its platform allow users to create events online, register their volunteers online for shifts, send automatic confirmation and reminder emails to volunteers, and share events to their network. MobilizeAmerica, Inc. was formerly known as Mobilize America LLC and changed its name to MobilizeAmerica, Inc. in July 2017. The company was incorporated in 2017 and is based in New York, New York. As of November 30, 2020, MobilizeAmerica, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of EveryAction.

vidIQ

Seed Round in 2013
vidIQ is the first YouTube audience development and management suite that helps brands and agencies grow their views and subscribers. vidIQ is an end-to-end solution that assists YouTube marketers at every step of their workflow, including uploading their videos at the best time of day, connecting brands with their top influencers, YouTube SEO, monitoring viewer and engagement analytics across Twitter and Facebook, bulk description editing, comment moderation, and Facebook fan page syndication. vidIQ was founded in January of 2012 by ex-Viddler founder Rob Sandie, Todd Troxell, and James Cross. It is backed by some of the biggest names in angel investment, including Mark Cuban, Scott Banister, and David Cohen, among others.

Wavedash Games, Inc.

Series A in 2017
Wavedash Games is an independent game publisher based out of Oakland, California, founded with the express goal of combining seasoned game development talent with grassroots community passion. Their team comes from across the industry: Riot and Blizzard, Bioware and Kixeye, Sony and Twitch, and more.

InboxQ

Angel Round in 2010
InboxQ is a browser extension that delivers a persistent stream of questions from Twitter directly to you. There is no better way to engage with potential customers than by using your expertise to help them solve their problems.

GroupSpaces Limited

Venture Round in 2010
GroupSpaces Limited provides a self-serve online platform for managing membership groups, such as clubs, hobbies, charities, professional associations, alumni networks, and more. Its platform enables group leaders and committees to organize member records, send email newsletters, host forums and email discussions, organize events and sell tickets, collect membership fees, and more. The company serves customers worldwide. GroupSpaces Limited was founded in 2007 and is based in London, United Kingdom.

TalentWorks

Venture Round in 2017
TalentWorks is job interview matching platform

Heavybit, Inc.

Seed Round in 2013
Heavybit helps companies scale. We focus exclusively on companies building cloud infrastructure, developer tools, and APIs. Based in San Francisco, our program provides capital, strategic advice, operational services, and an expansive network to help grow companies of all sizes. The Heavybit community is the only one of its kind to focus solely on turning products loved by developers into successful businesses.

SnowShoe Stamp

Venture Round in 2015
SnowShoe Stamps are small pieces of plastic with secret digital identities. SnowShoe have no batteries, power, circuitry, antenna, and moving parts and blur the boundaries between their digital and physical worlds. SnowShoe stamps let game developers bring physical digital experiences to mobile platforms. At the same time, they have been used as a physical factor of authentication for user log-in and POS transactions. Stamps work with all multi-touch mobile devices, and their software can be integrated into a project in mere minutes.

Toymail Co.

Seed Round in 2015
Toymail Co. LLC creates technology toys for kids. Its toys deliver voice messaging for kids using iPhone or Android app. The company also offers app for messaging, social issues, two-way talk, daily toymailer, and voice filters. It sells its products online. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in New York, New York.

Formspring

Series A in 2010
Formspring is a startup that helps people find out more about each other by sharing interesting & personal responses. Formspring encourages people to get to know each other better in a simple and fun way. It starts by directly asking people original questions in anticipation of their entertaining or revealing responses. Responses can range from straightforward to surprising and can lead to understanding something more about the people you know or find interesting. Whether you are curious to know more about a college you are applying to, the movies your friend likes, or the stories of someone you respect, on Formspring, you can have fun, share insights, and relate to one another in a new way.

Brightwheel

Seed Round in 2016
Brightwheel is the first all-in-one software platform for preschools, childcare providers, camps, and afterschool programs. Brightwheel helps teachers manage their day and communicate with parents, gives parents deeper insight into what their children are learning, and automates the process of managing operations for administrators. The platform has been shown to save teachers and administrators up to an hour per day while improving parent satisfaction and giving them a closer connection to their child’s learning. It is the fastest growing platform in early education, used across thousands of locations globally.

Chartbeat Inc.

Venture Round in 2014
Chartbeat is a content intelligence platform for publishers that empowers companies to build loyal audiences with real-time and historical editorial analytics across desktop, social, and mobile platforms. The company helps digital publishing organizations understand what, within their content, is keeping people engaged. It shows visitors, load times, and referring sites on a minute-by-minute basis. The service also provides alerts the second your Website crashes or slows to a crawl. The company was founded in 2009 and is based in New York.

TRED

Angel Round in 2013
TRED connects trusted car buyers and sellers thru advanced technology and financing options. It is the most trusted way to buy or sell a pre-owned car—with the largest network of trusted buyers and sellers, and the most advanced technology and financing options. They connect the buyers and sellers for a private party person-to-person transaction, but also cover them with all the same protection and security as a dealer. They handle the paperwork and make sure dealers get paid. They provide peace of mind with their free 30-day TRED Vehicle Protection policy: complete warranty coverage and roadside assistance that can be extended up to seven years.

Happy Returns, Inc.

Series A in 2017
Happy Returns, Inc. provides in-person returns for online shoppers. It develops a network of Return Bars, kiosks, that enables shoppers to return items in-person and get an immediate refund. The company then ships the item back to the e-commerce companies. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Santa Monica, California.

turntable.fm

Series A in 2011
Turntable.fm is a project of [Seth Goldstein](http://www.crunchbase.com/person/seth-goldstein) and [Billy Chasen](http://www.crunchbase.com/person/billy-chasen), the two guys who brought us [Stickybits](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/stickybits). Users in each dance room has an avatar and can chat with each other. Users can create their own playlist and get up in the DJ booth to battle it out. Turntable.fm a social music platform that encourages hanging out with people and discovering music. If a DJ is playing a song you like, you can add it to your playlist, buy it on iTunes, find it on Last.fm, or launch Spotify. In November 2013, Turntable announced they would be shutting down turntable.fm to focus on their live events platform.

Brightwheel

Series A in 2017
Brightwheel is the first all-in-one software platform for preschools, childcare providers, camps, and afterschool programs. Brightwheel helps teachers manage their day and communicate with parents, gives parents deeper insight into what their children are learning, and automates the process of managing operations for administrators. The platform has been shown to save teachers and administrators up to an hour per day while improving parent satisfaction and giving them a closer connection to their child’s learning. It is the fastest growing platform in early education, used across thousands of locations globally.

ByteGain, Inc.

Seed Round in 2016
Bytegain, Inc. develops and operates a platform that provides custom real-time predictions about the behavior of users that are interacting with client's website. The company's product uses deep learning that enables client's to keep customer engagement high, improve recommendations and monetization, and to find more customers. The company was incorporated in 2015 and is based in Los Altos, California.

PICT

Seed Round in 2013
By using PICT, you're able to turn a normal photo into a content-rich, eCommerce-enabled photo. With PICT, fans, followers and potential customers discover the 'who, what and where' about your products on the spot. And, through its beautiful, interactive photos, PICT makes it possible to blend commerce into discovery.

Comparably

Venture Round in 2017
Comparably provides the most accurate and comprehensive compensation and culture data, to understand employees' true value and needs to make work better.

Big Frame

Seed Round in 2012
Big Frame is a collection of online resources. Learn about various subjects, get inspired and improve your life and your business. We write about social media, business, marketing, design, tutorials, finance, technology and more.

Artillery

Venture Round in 2012
Artillery is a team of passionate gamers that is turning the modern web browser into a gaming console using HTML5 technology. Artillery's team is comprised of a brain trust of former Google and Facebook engineers focused on solving seemingly impossible game development hurdles and includes long-standing and high ranking gaming and eSports community members. It was founded in 2011 and based in Palo Alto, California.

stensul

Seed Round in 2016
Stensul is transforming the way enterprise marketers work. Our email generation platform is centralized, scalable, and pre-configured to each brand. By bypassing all of the back-and-forth with designers, developers and QA, marketers can focus on crafting content that inspires and delivers real results. Build emails in our platform, and then instantly send them out through your ESP or Marketing Cloud. With stensul, marketers are reimagining what’s possible with email.

Brightwheel

Seed Round in 2015
Brightwheel is the first all-in-one software platform for preschools, childcare providers, camps, and afterschool programs. Brightwheel helps teachers manage their day and communicate with parents, gives parents deeper insight into what their children are learning, and automates the process of managing operations for administrators. The platform has been shown to save teachers and administrators up to an hour per day while improving parent satisfaction and giving them a closer connection to their child’s learning. It is the fastest growing platform in early education, used across thousands of locations globally.

Viro Media

Seed Round in 2017
Viro Media, Inc. develops a software application for developers to create and publish virtual reality applications. The company was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in Seattle, Washington.

Flirtey

Series A in 2017
Flirtey provides drone delivery service of retail and e-commerce items to consumer homes. It is driven by a mission to improve lifestyles by making delivery instant for everyone. The company was the first to conduct an FAA-approved drone delivery in the U.S., the first to perform a fully autonomous drone delivery to a home and the first to launch a commercial drone delivery service. Flirtey was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Reno, Nevada.

Handshake

Series A in 2016
Today, the Handshake community includes 17 million students and young alumni at over 1,000 colleges and universities — including 120+ minority-serving institutions. They connect up-and-coming talent across all 50 states with nearly 500,000 employers recruiting on Handshake — from every Fortune 500 company to thousands of small businesses, nonprofits, startups, and more. Handshake is democratizing opportunity and ensuring college students have the support they need to find a great job and kick-off a meaningful career regardless of where they go to school, what they choose as a major, and who they know. Handshake’s network gives students access to more career opportunities and insights, provides employers with more comprehensive and efficient access to talent, and gives colleges more tools to drive student engagement and increase student employment Handshake has raised a total of $155 million dollars with $80 million most recently raised in Q4 of 2019. We've had the support from GGV, EQT Ventures, Kleiner Perkins, Spark Capital, True Ventures, and Lightspeed Venture Partners. In addition, Handshake has received support from social impact investors, including the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, Omidyar Network, Reach Capital, among others. Handshake was launched in 2014 and is headquartered in San Francisco and has offices in Denver and London, England.

Nurx

Series B in 2018
Nurx is a healthcare services company offers at-home STI testing, treatment for genital and oral herpes, and emergency contraception. Nurx offers patients transparent pricing and judgement-free care whenever and wherever works best for them. Nurx believes everyone should have the freedom to live well and be in charge of their healthcare decisions, regardless of their circumstances.

Medium

Series B in 2015
Medium is a social publishing platform that allows anyone to share ideas and perspectives that matter. For writers, Medium offers simple creation tools combined with a larger distribution network. For readers, Medium allows people to follow people and topics that matter to them and receive a personalized feed of content every day. Readers can join in the conversation by highlighting, recommending, or responding to posts. It was founded n 2013 and headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Chill

Series A in 2012
Chill, a Los Angeles, CA-based social video discovery platform. Co-founded in early 2012 by Dan Gould and Brian Norgard, Chill is a platform for social video that helps premium content partners such as TMZ, Jimmy Kimmel Live and PUMA find and engage new audiences through social discovery. It has over 19 million registered users.

Wizeline

Series A in 2014
Wizeline is a global product development company that helps its clients solve their biggest challenges with design and technology. Wizeline helps technology leaders build innovative end-to-end products that capture new markets, disrupt business models, and leverage data. Over 100M people use products designed and developed by Wizeline every day. With Silicon Valley DNA and exceptional global talent, Wizeline has built a practice uniquely equipped to this task.

Entangled Media Corp.

Seed Round in 2013
Entangled Media Corp. develops and offers cloud based software which enables users store their personal files and media libraries. Its data platform enables data to exist in various places physically or virtually. The company’s solution also enables users to access, search, browse, consume, manage, and share various files stored across desktops, laptops, and external drives. Entangled Media Corp. was founded in 2010 and is based in Encinitas, California with an additional office in Santa Monica, California.
MessageYes' mission is to help people effortlessly discover and purchase items they love using their mobile phones. MessageYes is the first platform to offer frictionless e-commerce over mobile messaging for brands looking to engage and transact directly with their customers. Leveraging artificial intelligence (AI), human-assisted AI, and integrated payments, the MessageYes platform learns from customer feedback to make the experience serendipitous to each person and brand. Message recipients simply reply "Yes" to instantly buy from their mobile phones.

Gumroad

Seed Round in 2012
Gumroad, Inc. owns and operates an online service platform through which users can buy, sell, and stream creative content such as, mixtapes, music albums, movies, design templates, source codes, and merchandise. The platform helps users to sell by uploading a file and generating a shortened link to be shared on social media. Buyers then pay by credit card and receive a link to content via email. Gumroad, Inc. was incorporated in 2011 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Tala

Seed Round in 2013
Tala is a mobile technology and data science company that is oriented around financial services in emerging markets. More than 2 million people have borrowed through Tala’s smartphone app, which provides instant credit scoring, lending, and other personalized financial services in emerging markets. Tala provides personalized loans to approved borrowers and builds digital credit history. The company provides instant loans through a mobile app where the entire process happens, from loan application to funds release and status tracking. Tala was founded on October 1, 2011, and is the global team is headquartered in Santa Monica, with additional offices in Nairobi, Manila, Dar Es Salaam, Mexico City, Mumbai, and Bangalore.

Radish Media, Inc.

Seed Round in 2017
Radish is a mobile fiction platform for serialized storytelling. Its wide variety of stories are published and read in bite-sized installments optimized for the smartphone reader. Radish is revolutionizing the way that stories are consumed and produced. Readers can access thousand of serials across genres and connect directly with their favorite storytellers in live community chat rooms. Authors can publish their own original stories, revive backlist titles with a young, mobile readership, and pre-release upcoming books to build advanced buzz—the opportunities are endless!

Complex Polygon

Seed Round in 2014
Complex Polygon, Inc. is a product studio that designs, builds, develops, and launches mobile applications for the purpose of bringing people closer together. Its products include Tag and Swipe. Complex Polygon, Inc. was incorporated in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of July 14, 2017, Complex Polygon, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Uber Technologies, Inc.

Shape Analytics

Seed Round in 2015
Shape is a platform for people analytics. It brings together people data from disparate sources across an organization, and provides comprehensive reporting, insights, and predictions on that data. Leading companies use Shape to help their people do their best work.

ZenMarketing

Seed Round in 2015
Zenmarketing.io’s focus on data validation and repair, so advertisers can actually trust that the numbers are accurate and up-to-date. He also argued that his company is part of a new generation of “big data” services.

Grove

Seed Round in 2015
Grove is a personal trainer for the client's moneyThe company assesses where you are today and create a plan to make the client confident about their money. Through proprietary software combined with a team of Certified Financial Planners, Grove is able to offer personalized advice at a fraction of the price of traditional financial advisors.
Zeega is a cloud-based platform to create and share interactive videos. It curates music, pictures, GIFs, and more from a range of websites to help its users create their own interactive and engaging stories. The platform allows its users to express themselves by combining personal moments with popular culture. Zeega was launched in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Parenthoods

Seed Round in 2014
Parenthoods is a community platform for local parents to meet up, share advice, and help each other.

Shape Analytics

Seed Round in 2017
Shape is a platform for people analytics. It brings together people data from disparate sources across an organization, and provides comprehensive reporting, insights, and predictions on that data. Leading companies use Shape to help their people do their best work.

Uber Technologies, Inc.

Angel Round in 2010
Uber is evolving the way the world moves. By seamlessly connecting riders to drivers through our app, we make cities more accessible, opening up more possibilities for riders and more business for drivers. From our founding in 2009 to our launches in over 300 cities today, Uber's rapidly expanding global presence continues to bring people and their cities closer.