Uncork Capital

SoftTech VC is a seed stage venture capital firm, started in 2004, and operated by Jeff Clavier, one of the most active Web 2.0 angel investors. Mr. Clavier put together Fund II during the summer of 2007 and announced it in September 2007. Mr. Clavier's goal with Fund II was to invest in about 20 companies per year, as a lead, co-lead or member of a syndicate, investing $100K to $5000K without a specific target in percentage of ownership. Round size would range $500K to $1.5M, and would include typically one to three other seed firms, a number of individual angels and in some cases traditional VCs investing directly from their main fund or through a seed vehicle. Since August 2007, SoftTech VC II has invested in 60+ early stage startups, pretty much keeping up with the stated objective of 20 companies per year. Similar to Fund I, Fund II had a number of early stage exits, and has seen significant follow-on activity with 29 companies raising over $170M in additional financing to date. In 2011, a $35M successor fund made its debut. This fund targets an average initial 'bite size' of $400K, ranging from $250K to $750K - with selective follow-on reserves, with an initial ownership target of 5% - and 10%. June 2014 the firm announced the closing of SoftTech VC IV, an $85 million venture capital fund. The fund is a substantial boost in size from SoftTech VC's $55 million third fund that was raised in 2011. Like its predecessor funds, this fund focuses on seed stage opportunities in B2B and B2C technology startups. the Fund IV is to take larger stakes in portfolio companies and to have the resources to follow-on in subsequent rounds. The fund's strategy is to make initial investments of $500,000 to $1 million, with the goal of owning a 7-10% ownership stake. The fund plans to invest about $35 million in 50 companies over 3 years, leaving $50 million earmarked for follow-ons. The geographic mix is expected to mirror the current roster of active portfolio companies, of which 80% are located in San Francisco/Silicon Valley, and New York, Boulder, Southern California, and Toronto-Waterloo forming the balance. June of 2016, SoftTech VC raised $100 million for its fifth seed stage venture fund and $50 million for its opportunity fund. SoftTech VC V will focus on backing about 40 startups over three years in sectors that include SaaS/b2b, connected devices and monetized consumer services while SoftTech VC Plus will target specific growth stage investments across previous SoftTech VC funds.

Jeff Clavier

Founder and Managing Partner

Ashley Cravens

Director of Operations

Tripp Jones

Partner

Susan Liu

Partner

Andy McLoughlin

Managing Partner

358 past transactions

Human Interest

Series C in 2021
Human Interest offers easy and affordable employee retirement plans. Previously, only large companies offered employee retirement plans, leaving more than half of all working Americans without a path to a secure financial future. The company believes that a path to financial independence should be accessible to people in all lines of work.

Bigfinite

Series B in 2019
Aizon is an AI software provider that transforms manufacturing operations with the use of advanced analytics, artificial intelligence, and other smart factory technologies focused on optimizing production within highly regulated industries. The Aizon AI platform seamlessly integrates unlimited sources of structured and unstructured data to deliver actionable insights across all manufacturing sites. Aizon offers an intuitive way to gain meaningful operational intelligence by enabling real-time visibility and predictive insights in a GxP compliant manner with end-to-end data integrity.

BetterDoctor

Series A in 2014
BetterDoctor, Inc. develops web and mobile apps that let users to find the doctor. Its apps enables users to select what kind of doctor they are looking for, and pick their insurance plan and see a list of verified doctors. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of June 18, 2018, BetterDoctor, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Quest Analytics, L.L.C.

August Home Inc.

Series B in 2015
August Home Inc develops smart home access products that use encrypted locking technology. It enables users to create virtual keys for their home and grant access to house cleaners, dog walkers, delivery services, guests, friends, and family, and control how long that access lasts from their smartphones and computers. August Home Inc was incorporated in 2012 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of December 5, 2017, August Home Inc. operates as a subsidiary of ASSA ABLOY AB (publ).

MobileDay Inc.

Series A in 2014
MobileDay provides one-touch access to any conference call or online meeting from iOS or Android devices. By seamlessly syncing with the device's native calendar, the app provides a convenient 'My Day' schedule view of all upcoming calls and meetings, each accompanied by an easy one-touch join button that does all the dialing. In addition to the individual-focused consumer app, the company released 'MobileDay Business' in April 2015, for companies and organizations looking to enable full teams with the one-tap dialing functionality of MobileDay.

Shippo

Seed Round in 2014
Shippo is the leading multi-carrier shipping API and web app for marketplaces, warehouses, and ecommerce businesses. The company processes millions of shipments per month for more than 35,000 customers. Businesses are able to instantly access multiple shipping carriers for real-time rates, shipping labels, international paperwork, package tracking, and return logistics.

Reputation.com UK Ltd.

Series B in 2009
Reputation.com UK Ltd. offer industry leading online reputation management services. Our clients benefit from our range of innovative services. We bury negative online news, forums, blog and customer review site content allowing businesses to regain control of the most valuable asset they have: reputation. Other services: Online Reputation and Brand Monitoring Reputation Management Online PR and PR services. Specialties Reputation Management, Online Defamation, Online Reputation Management, ORM, Hebrew Reputation Management, Swedish Reputation Management, Spanish Reputation Management

Front App

Seed Round in 2014
Front powers the heart of business — the meaningful connections between teams and customers that lead to lasting relationships. Bringing email and apps together in a collaborative customer communication platform, Front drives business impact by scaling the natural conversations that create customers for life. More than 6,000 businesses are using Front today to cultivate personalized customer relationships at scale and transform their work into impact. Learn more at frontapp.com.

Rapleaf

Series A in 2006
Providing data on 80% of U.S. email addresses, Rapleaf, a division of TowerData, makes it incredibly easy for marketers to learn who their customers are and what other channels they can be contacted on. Our data helps brands segment their subscribers and personalize their content, driving more relevant interactions and keeping customers happy and engaged.

TakeOne

Series A in 2021
For employers and project based workforces who work in media production, Wrapbook provides digital profiles that facilitate onboarding, paying and insuring workforces compliantly. Unlike traditional payroll, Wrapbook is easy to use, fast to wrap, and costs less. Wrapbook is enabling the world's very best creative work by empowering producers, creative directors, HR teams & accountants -- and talented cast and crew -- to focus on their great work and less on complex systems and the burdens of compliance & expensive transactional costs.

Crossbeam

Series A in 2019
Crossbeam, Inc. develops software-as-a-service (SaaS) based collaborative data platform that helps companies to build partnerships. It offers Crossbeam that helps companies to find overlapping customers and prospects with their partners. The company’s Crossbeam is used to connect data, create populations, make partners, and analyze the overlaps in populations. Crossbeam, Inc. was formerly known as Mtrebor, Inc. The company was founded in 2018 and is based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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.

Shippo

Series E in 2021
Shippo is the leading multi-carrier shipping API and web app for marketplaces, warehouses, and ecommerce businesses. The company processes millions of shipments per month for more than 35,000 customers. Businesses are able to instantly access multiple shipping carriers for real-time rates, shipping labels, international paperwork, package tracking, and return logistics.

Hired

Series A in 2014
Hired is a career marketplace that matches tech talent with innovative companies. Users on the Hired platform receive objective guidance throughout the interview process from a dedicated Talent Advocate, as well as the ability to compare new opportunities side by side so they can make their next career move with confidence. Employers get access to a hand-picked pool of candidates who are interested in new roles, as well as unmatched transparency into competing offers so they can recruit and hire with insight. The end result is an efficient, effective and enjoyable experience that’s far faster than traditional methods.

isocket

Seed Round in 2011
iSocket is a technology platform purpose-built to simplify the buying and selling of fixed price, premium, reserved inventory. iSocket For Publishers (iFP) sales automation and programmatic direct tools allow top publisher sales teams to focus on relationships and strategy, while iSocket For Advertisers (iFA) makes it easier for agencies, brands, and buying and planning platforms to execute orders of well-defined, guaranteed inventory directly with top publishers. Through automation, iSocket is able to eliminate many of the errors and overhead costs that plague the manual media sales process.

TownHog

Seed Round in 2008
TownHog connects businesses and local audiences, while enabling leading publishers to further monetize and engage their geo-segmented users. TownHog is the latest creation by Dotblu, Inc. Dotblu is a San Francisco based company founded in 2007 and backed by Silicon Valley veterans and D. E. Shaw Ventures

Formative Labs

Angel Round in 2010
Working on ideas that solve problems and change consumer behaviors with regard to energy conservation. The product is still in stealth mode.

Bitly

Debt Financing in 2010
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.

Vidyard

Series B in 2015
Vidyard is a video platform for business that helps organizations drive more revenue through the use of online video. Going beyond video hosting and management, Vidyard helps businesses drive greater engagement in their video content, track the viewing activities of each individual viewer, and turn those views into action. Global leaders such as Honeywell, McKesson, Lenovo, LinkedIn, Cision, Citibank, MongoDB, and Sharp rely on Vidyard to power their video content strategies and turn viewers into customers. Vidyard was founded on 2011 and is headquartered in Kitchener, Ontario.

Handshake Corp.

Series B in 2016
Handshake Corp. provides an online sales order application. The company’s application enables mobile order writing, Web order management, and back office integration. It serves music, gift, toys, fashion, eyewear, healthcare, and outdoor industries. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in New York, New York. As of May 7, 2019, Handshake Corp. operates as a subsidiary of Shopify Inc.

Identify3D

Seed Round in 2017
Identify3D, Inc. provides property protection, manufacturing repeatability, and traceability solutions. The company offers Protect, which secures digital supply chain; Manage that enables the distribution and tracking of secure digital distribution; Enforce that provides security and integrity during production; and Trace, which records operational and transaction details providing an audit trail. It serves aerospace, automotive, defense, and medical industries. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in San Francisco, California with additional offices in Lexington, Kentucky; and Germany.

Messari

Venture Round in 2019
Messari, Inc. owns and operates a distributed data library for crypto assets. It provides information regarding a crypto asset project’s funding, development history, governance, and supply schedules related to inflation and vesting. The company was founded in 2018 and is based in New York, New York.

Fountain, Inc.

Series B in 2019
Fountain Software Inc. operates an application platform that connects individuals with home and garden experts through video chat, text, and photos with annotations. Its platform enables users to search for and have a two-way interactive conversation with experts working on gardening, plumbing, or design projects. Fountain Software Inc. was incorporated in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of October 29, 2015, Fountain Software Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Porch.Com, Inc.

Tasty Labs

Series A in 2010
Tasty Labs is a startup founded by the founder of Delicious, Joshua Schachter, and ex googler Paul Rademacher and former Mozilla Director of Add-Ons, Nick Nguyen. Tasty Labs goal is to try and put "the useful back into social software".

Scroll

Seed Round in 2016
Scroll is creating a sustainable experience that puts amazing content in front of engaged users without all the noise. They want to pierce filter bubbles and leverage economic models that can afford uncomfortable truths. It's time to escape the distraction economy and focus on what's important again.

Panorama Software Limited

Series C in 2019
Panorama Software Limited develops and markets business intelligence software solutions to businesses. The company offers Panorama Necto, a smart, collaborative, and visual business intelligence software that offers clients with business intelligence dashboards and infographics. It serves customers in manufacturing, financial services, retail and distribution, government, media and telco, entertainment, insurance, and healthcare industries. The company was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Toronto, Canada.

Tailscale Inc.

Series A in 2020
Tailscale Inc. develops corporate virtual private network (VPN) software that enables network security accessible to teams of any scale. The company, through its virtual private network, helps teams to work from remote locations and helps to make applications secure. The company serves hobbyists, network admins, banks and hospitals, and startups. The company was founded in 2019 and is based in Toronto, Canada.

Sapho

Series A in 2016
Sapho empowers employees with a modern portal experience that surfaces personalized and relevant tasks and data using micro-apps. Sapho micro apps are built by IT on top of existing systems using pre-built templates and a drag-and-drop micro app builder. These micro apps available on any device, intranet, or messenger provide employees proactive notifications about interesting system data, actions that need to be completed, and changes in business data that require attention. It was founded in 2014, the company is headquartered in San Bruno, California, United States.

Tempo Automation Inc.

Seed Round in 2015
Tempo Automation Inc. manufactures low volume electronics products. The company designs and assembles printed circuit boards. Tempo Automation Inc. was incorporated in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Postmates Inc.

Series B in 2014
Postmates is an on-demand food delivery. The platform gives customers access to the most selection of merchants in the US with more than 600,000 restaurants and retailers available for delivery and pickup, many of which are exclusive to Postmates. The market leader in Los Angeles and markets across the southwest, Postmates covers 80% of US households, across all 50 states. Customers can get free delivery on all merchants by joining Postmates Unlimited, the industry's first subscription service.

Rixty

Seed Round in 2010
Rixty is an alternative payment system that lets domestic and international users spend cash and coins for online games, virtual worlds and all types of digital content. Consumers can pay without a credit card and without exposing confidential information by converting cash to Rixty value at 140,000 stores in the US and Brazil or nearly 500,000 locations worldwide. Online game and website publishers use Rixty to engage with and monetize a larger percentage of users. By providing cash-based consumers a safe and flexible way to pay online, Rixty helps these publishers increase sales, enable new business models and attract new customers.

Memfault Inc

Series A in 2021
Memfault provides solutions for firmware delivery, monitoring, and diagnostics to consumer electronics businesses. The company takes care of software updates and diagnostics, so that the user can focus on what makes its products unique. Memfault’s SDK works with existing hardware. Monitor and deploy a firmware to low level devices via Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, USB, or proprietary protocol. Memfault is based in San Francisco, California.

SmartBiz, Inc.

Series A in 2010
SmartBiz, Inc., doing business as SmartBiz Loans, develops and operates an online lending platform for applying and processing small business loans. Its platform allows banks to offer small business credit products; and businesses to access low-cost funds. The company offers online software that systematizes and automates small business loan underwriting and origination, including application management, document capture with real-time notifications, automated underwriting, decisioning, online file audit, and closing. Further, the company provides banks with services, including marketing, operational, compliance, and bottom line functionalities. The company caters to commercial real estate, debt refinance, and working capital sectors. The company was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California. SmartBiz, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Better Finance, Inc.

Clever

Seed Round in 2012
Clever operates as a single sign-on platform for K-12 education. It unlocks a wealth of digital learning, so teachers can meet each student where they are. Clever brings all applications into one secure portal and provides single sign-on for everyone in the district. It was founded in 2012 and is based in San Francisco, California.
Looking Glass Factory Inc. develops and manufactures holographic display designed for 3D creators. The company provides Looking Glass, a desktop holographic display that blends light field and volumetric display technologies that allow users to make, share, and interact with 3D creations, content, and experiences. provides volumetric printing services. Its solutions include drug discovery, medical visualization, experiential marketing, and 3D storytelling. It also provides software to manage the holographic displays. The company was incorporated in 2014 and is based in Brooklyn, New York. It has an additional location in Hong Kong.

Grovo

Series D in 2017
Grovo Learning Inc. operates a platform that provides microlearning solutions to workplace for companies. Its microlearning approach include bite-sized video lessons, exercises, and practice that range from digital skills to leadership training solutions. The company was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in New York, New York with additional offices in New York and San Francisco. As of November 9, 2018, Grovo Learning Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Cornerstone OnDemand, Inc.

Shippo

Series D in 2021
Shippo is the leading multi-carrier shipping API and web app for marketplaces, warehouses, and ecommerce businesses. The company processes millions of shipments per month for more than 35,000 customers. Businesses are able to instantly access multiple shipping carriers for real-time rates, shipping labels, international paperwork, package tracking, and return logistics.

MonkeyLearn Inc.

Seed Round in 2020
MonkeyLearn provides a simple graphical interface where users can create customized text classification and extraction analysis by training machine learning models such as sentiment analysis, topic detection, keyword extraction, and more. MonkeyLearn can be integrated with hundreds of other applications through its direct integrations and open API. All of that without the need of roping in developers or data scientists!

Spoon Media Inc.

Seed Round in 2015
Spoon Media Inc. operates a foodie digital media blog network made for millennials. The company features recipes, restaurant reviews, news, and other stories. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in New York, New York. Spoon Media Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Her Campus Media LLC.

Fountain, Inc.

Series A in 2017
Fountain Software Inc. operates an application platform that connects individuals with home and garden experts through video chat, text, and photos with annotations. Its platform enables users to search for and have a two-way interactive conversation with experts working on gardening, plumbing, or design projects. Fountain Software Inc. was incorporated in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of October 29, 2015, Fountain Software Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Porch.Com, Inc.

Poshmark

Series D in 2016
Poshmark, Inc. owns and operates a social marketplace to buy and sell lifestyle products in the United States. The company offers apparel, footwear, home, and beauty products, as well as accessories. As of September 30, 2020, it had 31.7 million active users, 6.2 million active buyers, and 4.5 million active sellers. The company was formerly known as GoshPosh, Inc. and changed its name to Poshmark, Inc. in 2011. Poshmark, Inc. was incorporated in 2011 and is headquartered in Redwood City, California.

Blink Booking

Seed Round in 2012
Blink Booking is an app that helps travelers in Europe book hotels at the last minute by providing a daily selection of four hotels. It was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Madrid, Spain.

Stitch, Inc.

Series A in 2013
Stitch, Inc. offers a managed ETL service for developers. It helps users in connecting to all their data sources and sends to SaaS tools to streams that data to their warehouse. It serves developers and small businesses. The company was founded in 2016 and is based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. As of November 9, 2018, Stitch, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Talend Inc..

SendGrid

Series A in 2010
SendGrid is a proven, cloud-based customer communication platform that drives engagement and business growth. SendGrid is a leader in email deliverability and its proven, cloud-based platform successfully delivers over 30 billion emails each month for Internet and mobile-based customers like Airbnb, Pandora, HubSpot, Spotify, Uber and FourSquare as well as more traditional enterprises like Intuit and Costco.

Gnip

Series B in 2008
Gnip provides social media data for customers in sectors such as social media monitoring, business intelligence, government, and finance. The company customers deliver social media analytics to over 95% of the Fortune 500. It also delivers more than 120 billion real-time social data activities each month, providing access to data from dozens of sources. Gnip was founded by Eric Marcoullier in March 2008 and is based in Boulder, Colorado with offices in San Francisco, New York, and Washington.

GreatHorn, Inc.

Series B in 2019
GreatHorn is a computer software company that provides protection for cloud email systems, via advanced threat detection, automated defense, and integrated incident response. The company specializes in the fields of machine learning, information security, predictive security, and cybersecurity. GreatHorn was founded in 2015 and headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts.

NOWBOX

Angel Round in 2010
Nowmov is an endless stream of videos recommended to users based on their interests, friends and what's trending around the world.

XStream Trucking

Series A in 2021
XStream Trucking Inc. develops GapGorilla, a device that eliminates the gap between the tractor and the trailer to increase fuel efficiency. The company also offers TruckWings, an active-aero device that automatically deploys at highway speeds to deliver streamlined aerodynamics, fuel savings, and lower carbon emissions. It serves the long-haul trucking industry. The company was incorporated in 2015 and is based in Redwood City, California.

Guildery

Seed Round in 2015
Guildery is an e-commerce startup using pioneering technology to create mass customization for Home products. Home Décor is a $200B industry that is still highly silo-ed, with high-end made-to-order products at one end and mass-produced goods at the other. Guildery aims to bring personalization to home goods without the accompanying high cost and time associated with artisan-produced customization. By leveraging high-quality digital printing techniques that chemically bond ink to fabric, Guildery can offer a limitless range of patterns and fabrics on-demand.

Tempo Automation Inc.

Series A in 2016
Tempo Automation Inc. manufactures low volume electronics products. The company designs and assembles printed circuit boards. Tempo Automation Inc. was incorporated in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Byliner

Series A in 2012
Byliner works directly with the world's best writers to deliver their stories to readers. Hailed by Fast Company as “One of the 10 Most Innovative Media Companies in the World,” we publish original fiction and nonfiction e-shorts by top authors such as Amy Tan, Margaret Atwood, Jon Krakauer, Nick Hornby, Sebastian Junger, and more. These e-shorts are written to be read in two hours or less, and can be purchased individually through major digital bookstores. The entire Byliner Originals library is also available online to Byliner subscribers, who get access to premium content from Byliner's by-invitation community of writers--including thousands of rarely-seen and exclusive stories from bestselling authors.

Amberbox Gunshot Detection

Seed Round in 2016
AmberBox provides instant gunshot detection, automating emergency processes to significantly reduce response time and remove human error, saving lives and mitigating liability. AmberBox detectors utilise a patented gunshot detection algorithm to respond immediately following a firearm discharge. With tri-factor authentication (percussion, audio and infrared), detectors are able to instantly determine a firearm signature with a near-zero false alarm rate. Upon activation, detectors alert first responders through our reporting network, and can integrate with other security systems, such as cameras, access control systems and mass notification to initiate.

Fatherly

Seed Round in 2015
Fatherly operates a parenting resource platform for men. The company provides fatherly tips in the areas of gear, food and health, work and money, and relationships. It also provides gifts for expecting guys, sleepless nights, one/two/three-year olds, tech toys, and playground products; and books, grownups, travel, and home fitness products online. The company is headquartered in New York City, New York. Fatherly operates as a subsidiary of Some Spider Inc.

Charlie Finance

Series A in 2018
Charlie Finance Co. develops a text message application that simplifies personal finance. The company was founded in 2016 and is based in San Francisco, California.Charlie Finance Co. monitors user’s transactions, finds ways to save money, cuts expenses, understands users spending, and alerts users when there is something worth paying attention. The company was incorporated in 2016 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Nima

Seed Round in 2014
Nima Labs, Inc. develops and markets products that enable users with food allergies to eat safely. The company offers a portable gluten sensor which allows people to test and trace amounts of gluten in samples of food. In addition, it develops a mobile and online network to enable people to share their test results with a community of allergy sufferers. The company was formerly known as 6SensorLabs, Inc. and changed its name to Nima Labs, Inc. The company was incorporated in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Phil, Inc.

Series B in 2019
Phil, Inc. provides a prescription management software service for obtaining medications. The company operates a specialty Rx distribution platform that assists patients in managing their medications by automatically refilling based on the prescription cadence. It acts a liaison between patients, prescribers, manufacturers, and pharmacists. The company also provides complimentary home delivery services for medications. Phil, Inc. was incorporated in 2015 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Sportgenic

Seed Round in 2007
Sportgenic (formerly Active Athlete, Inc.) is an online media and technology company that represents the buying power of millions of sport enthusiasts looking for people, products and information to fulfill their passion for sport. The company represents a network of highly engaging medium and long tail websites, including specialty sites, training resources, competition sites, social networks, and true enthusiast content sites. Sportgenic connects marketers with these engaged and passionate consumers via proprietary technology, enhanced ad targeting and deep domain expertise for a greater ROI.

Doblet, Inc.

Seed Round in 2014
Doblet is the world’s first network of batteries on demand for charging phones everywhere. The company’s mission is to provide portable power anywhere consumers happen to be. Using patent-pending technology and the Doblet mobile app on iOS or Android devices, users are instantly notified of the nearest place to pick up a charge the moment their batteries start to run low. Consumers can charge their smartphones while on the go at over 1,000 San Francisco Bay Area cafes, bars, and restaurants.

Stitch

Seed Round in 2014
Stitch helps salespeople close more deals and be more responsive. They are building the best mobile-first, sales productivity platform. Their first product is a mobile email application for salespeople. With Stitch, salespeople can communicate faster by having the right information, insights, and tools at their fingertips. In today’s highly competitive world, they believe it’s not only possible, it’s essential, to be as effective and responsive on the go as when sitting in front of a desk. In sales, being responsive means delivering immediate and complete answers to prospects’ questions. They enable salespeople to respond NOW, not later, to every mobile email.

Top Hat

Series B in 2014
As a student engagement and interactive teaching platform, Top Hat’s software helps college professors activate classrooms. In a world of digital distractions, countless academic studies have reinforced the reality that students better understand the day’s lesson if they’re asked to engage with peers, interact with complex material and participate in class. By requiring students to use their personal devices to answer quizzes, reply to polls, and tackle difficult simulations, Top Hat transforms the passive lecture hall into an engaging learning environment. As an advocate for traditional, on-campus education, Top Hat not only modernizes established teaching methods but also facilitates new approaches including the ‘flipped classroom,’ ‘group learning,’ and other creative solutions. Top Hat is headquartered in Toronto, Canada, hosts 120 full-time employees, and has been operating since its 2009 launch behind $22M in venture funding.

Hallow

Seed Round in 2019
Hallow is a digital platform that aims to energize faith lives and enable conversations with God through guided prayer.

MakersPlace

Seed Round in 2019
MakersPlace is an authentic and unique digital creation platform powered by blockchain technology for digital creators. The company enables creators to protect and sell authentic and unique editions of digital creations. The company connects creators with fans and collectors worldwide through a marketplace and network of partners. Creators are able to sign and set a limited supply on the work while delivering proof of authenticity, ownership. and scarcity on the blockchain. With MakersPlace, creators are able to better capture the full underlying value of the digital work. MakersPlace was founded on 2016 and is based in San Francisco, California.

August Home Inc.

Series A in 2013
August Home Inc develops smart home access products that use encrypted locking technology. It enables users to create virtual keys for their home and grant access to house cleaners, dog walkers, delivery services, guests, friends, and family, and control how long that access lasts from their smartphones and computers. August Home Inc was incorporated in 2012 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of December 5, 2017, August Home Inc. operates as a subsidiary of ASSA ABLOY AB (publ).

The Lobby

Seed Round in 2019
The Lobby is a video shopping platform that bridges the gap between online and offline shopping. By bringing together top fashion brands and influencers in a QVC-meets-TikTok shopping experience, The Lobby makes shopping as easy and inspiring as scrolling your Instagram feed. And with a unique try-before-you-buy payment option, The Lobby makes online shopping truly risk-free.

Joya Communications Inc.

Series A in 2015
Joya Communications creates applications that enable people to remain connected in convenient and meaningful ways. Joya develops Marco Polo, FlipLip, and Cleo applications. These applications help people feel closer together. Joya was founded in 2012.

Reputation.com UK Ltd.

Venture Round in 2017
Reputation.com UK Ltd. offer industry leading online reputation management services. Our clients benefit from our range of innovative services. We bury negative online news, forums, blog and customer review site content allowing businesses to regain control of the most valuable asset they have: reputation. Other services: Online Reputation and Brand Monitoring Reputation Management Online PR and PR services. Specialties Reputation Management, Online Defamation, Online Reputation Management, ORM, Hebrew Reputation Management, Swedish Reputation Management, Spanish Reputation Management

Fatherly

Venture Round in 2017
Fatherly operates a parenting resource platform for men. The company provides fatherly tips in the areas of gear, food and health, work and money, and relationships. It also provides gifts for expecting guys, sleepless nights, one/two/three-year olds, tech toys, and playground products; and books, grownups, travel, and home fitness products online. The company is headquartered in New York City, New York. Fatherly operates as a subsidiary of Some Spider Inc.

FanBridge

Seed Round in 2009
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.

LaunchDarkly

Series C in 2019
LaunchDarkly is a Feature Management Platform that serves over 100 billion feature flags daily to help software teams build better software. Feature flagging is an industry best practice of wrapping a new or risky section of code or infrastructure change with a flag. Each flag can easily be turned off independent of code deployment (aka ”dark launching”). Their vision is to eliminate the risk for developers and operations teams from the software development cycle. LaunchDarkly has SDKs for all major web and mobile platforms. They are building a diverse team so that they can offer robust products and services. Their team culture is fast-paced, friendly, and supportive. LaunchDarkly was founded on July 14, 2014, and is headquartered in California, USA.

DroneDeploy

Series D in 2019
DroneDeploy is a provider of cloud-control software solutions for drones which include automated flight safety checks, workflows, and real-time mapping and data processing. The company has partnered with leading drone manufacturers like DJI to provide its software to end users in a variety of industries, including agriculture, real estate, mining, construction and many other commercial and consumer arenas. DroneDeploy is compatible with any drone.

Estately

Angel Round in 2010
[Estately]( http://www.estately.com/) is a real estate search site where users can search homes for sale on a map, view details about each home, and see what parks, schools, restaurants, transit stops and more are near each home. Estately is a licensed real estate brokerage in 30 states and a member of 60 MLS's. With Estately, users can search inside or nearby neighborhoods, zip codes or cities, and users can use text search to narrow their MLS-based home search down to Tudors, fixers, short sales, or pre-foreclosures. Estately also provides searchers information on the closest local schools (including school scores), parks, transit stops, and restaurants for every property in its database.

8tracks, Inc.

Seed Round in 2012
8tracks, Inc. is a non-interactive Internet radio service that allows users to make and discover playlists. Its Internet radio platform allows members to upload songs from their own collections to make a virtual mix tape that can be shared. The company was founded in 2006 and is based in San Francisco, California with additional offices in New York and Los Angeles.

Groove Labs, Inc.

Series A in 2020
Groove Labs, Inc. develops a sales engagement and acceleration platform. It offers Groove, a solution for email and calendar integration; Groove Flow, a solution that enables users to create custom multi-step campaigns, which help reps and account managers to send personalized emails and make informed phone calls. The company also provides Groove Dialer, a solution that helps user to close more deals by eliminating manual tasks and making reps and account managers more strategic and better informed; and performance tracking and analytics solutions. It serves organizations, divisions, and teams ranging from sales leaders, AEs, SDRs, and sales opps to account management leaders and CSMs. Groove Labs, Inc. was incorporated in 2014 and is based in San Francisco, California. It has additional offices in San Diego, California; and Bellevue, Washington.

Poka

Series A in 2016
Poka is a Web and mobile app that gives factory workers the power to capture, consume and share critical information in real-time on the plant floor, leading to improved productivity. By creating a standardized multimedia knowledge base of procedures, training content and solutions related to each workstation and machine, Poka helps reduce production downtime, improve quality and safety, and facilitate communication across factories, departments and shifts. Poka has become a catalyst for digital transformation among industrial leaders including 12 of the largest manufacturers based on IndustryWeek’s Global 1000 rank.

Fritz

Seed Round in 2018
Fritz Labs Incorporated develops a platform to deploy and manage machine learning algorithms for mobile developers. It offers Fritz AI that enables iOS and Android developers to collect datasets, import datasets, model training and retraining, generate data, and build machine learning models. The company’s platform enables an application's machine learning algorithms to operate on smartphones. Its platform is used to create photo and video tools, e-commerce solutions, augmented and virtual reality solutions. The company also provides services in the areas of datasets, modeling and training, app development, and on-device deployment. The company was incorporated in 2017 and is based in Boston, Massachusetts.

Lightside Games

Seed Round in 2012
Lightside games is a brand new social gaming company. It was founded by two successful Silicon Valley entrepreneurs who have changed one industry already. They are pioneering again and they are looking for excellence to join then as they embark on their voyage. Be prepared for a company with a fast release cycle, with our products guided by a combination of user testing, detailed metrics and gut feel. Located in Mountain View (train access, good food and great coffee all within walking distance), come work hard and have fun.

WeGame

Series A in 2008
WeGame is a social platform that connects gamers with the games they should be playing. By using WeGame, gamers seamlessly build their gamer social and interest graphs, which in turn powers WeGame's recommendation and commerce engine. Once a gamer discovers a game on WeGame, they can instantly purchase and play it using the service. Currently, the service's core focus is on PC gaming. WeGame was founded by [Jared Kim] in 2007.

Home-Account

Series A in 2009
Home Account Inc., is a mortgage-finding service designed to help America's 75 million borrowers save money and make smart mortgage choices. The service grades and analyzes borrowers' current mortgages, presents scenarios to improve their financial situation, and then matches each borrower to the best mortgage options in the market.

Halo Neuroscience

Series B in 2018
Halo Neuroscience develops and markets neurotechnology systems to help individuals unlock their true potential. Their first product, Halo Sport, utilizes Neuropriming technology to accelerate skill and strength acquisition in elite athletes. Neuropriming is the process of using electrical stimulation during movement-based training to build stronger, more optimized connections between your brain and muscles. This process induces a temporary state of hyper-learning or "hyperplasticity" in the brain, which refines the brain's ability to learn and adapt to training. The company was incorporated in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, CA.

BrightRoll Inc.

Series A in 2006
BrightRoll Inc. develops programmatic video advertising platform for reaching audiences across desktop, mobile and connected TV. Its platform enables advertisers to reach video viewers online. BrightRoll Inc. was formerly known as PostRoller Inc. and changed its name to BrightRoll Inc. in November 2006. The company was founded in 2006 and is based in San Francisco, California.

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.

Phil, Inc.

Seed Round in 2015
Phil, Inc. provides a prescription management software service for obtaining medications. The company operates a specialty Rx distribution platform that assists patients in managing their medications by automatically refilling based on the prescription cadence. It acts a liaison between patients, prescribers, manufacturers, and pharmacists. The company also provides complimentary home delivery services for medications. Phil, Inc. was incorporated in 2015 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Seesmic

Series A in 2008
Seesmic is a powerful suite of social media management and collaboration tools that provide businesses and individuals with everything they need to build and manage their brands online. With applications on [every platform](http://seesmic.com/products), including mobile devices, and a marketplace of over 80 third-party plugins, Seesmic is the most comprehensive solution on the market. Seesmic is headquartered in San Francisco and was founded by French entrepreneur [Loic Le Meur](http://www.crunchbase.com/person/loic-le-meur).

Gigwalk

Series B in 2014
Gigwalk is a SaaS service that helps businesses manage channel execution at scale. Companies can use our network of 1.2 Million freelancers or bring their own team to identify and fix channel execution . Based in San Francisco, California, Gigwalk is backed by August Capital, Harrison Metal, Nokia Growth Partners, Randstad Innovation Fund, SoftTech, Greylock Discovery, Accelerator Ventures, and Founder Collective. For more information, visit www.gigwalk.com.

about.me

Series A in 2013
about.me is a platform for representing personal identity online. The service allows users to create and maintain a curated page for self-expression. about.me pages offer features including bios, contact information and buttons that link to social network content, including [Facebook](/organization/facebook), [LinkedIn](/organization/linkedin), [Twitter](/organization/twitter), WordPress, [Instagram](/organization/instagram) and more. Users can customize their profile with personal photos, custom backdrops, colors and fonts to further express their personality. Additional features including Collections, Replies, Compliments, Invite Friends, Search and more allow users to connect and further engage with others through the platform. about.me was founded in 2010 by CEO Tony Conrad, CPO Ryan Freitas and Tim Young. In February 2013, about.me was bought back from AOL by founders Tony Conrad and Ryan Freitas along with the about.me management team.

Thanx, Inc.

Seed Round in 2012
Thanx, Inc. owns and operates customer relationship management and digital engagement platform. It provides data based customer insights, customer loyalty rates, campaigns through messages, real time customer feedbacks, revenue reporting, online ordering, and email marketing services. The company was incorporated in 2011 and is based in San Francisco, California.

DroneDeploy

Series A in 2015
DroneDeploy is a provider of cloud-control software solutions for drones which include automated flight safety checks, workflows, and real-time mapping and data processing. The company has partnered with leading drone manufacturers like DJI to provide its software to end users in a variety of industries, including agriculture, real estate, mining, construction and many other commercial and consumer arenas. DroneDeploy is compatible with any drone.

Cutback Coach

Seed Round in 2021
Creating a new wellness category around proactive alcohol health, with the goal of helping anyone who regularly drinks alcohol build mindfulness around their consumption.

DanceJam

Series B in 2008
DanceJam is a social media destination where users hang out and watch people dance, learn how to dance, or show off their moves online. DanceJam provides a community where users can watch and rate videos of people dancing, promote their profiles, compete in head-to-head dance-offs and competitions, register and get matched with people who share similar interests, and learn about local dance-related events. DanceJam is founded by Geoffrey Arone, Anthony Young, and MC Hammer.

Fitbit

Series C in 2012
Fitbit inspires people to exercise more, eat better and live healthier lifestyles. The company is developing an ultra-compact wireless wearable sensor, called the Fitbit Tracker, that automatically tracks data about a person's activities, such as calories burned, sleep quality, steps and distance. The Fitbit Tracker collects activity data automatically while it is worn by the user all day. The collected data is wirelessly uploaded to a website where the wearer can see their data and track their progress toward personal goals. The website provides a motivational interface where users can share their progress, compare themselves against similar people and work toward virtual goals with their friends, family and co-workers. At the website, users can also manually log nutrition, weight and other health information in order to gain a complete picture of their health. Fitbit makes it easy to achieve a healthy lifestyle by automating the collection of health data and providing a motivating and entertaining user interface.

Grovo

Series A in 2013
Grovo Learning Inc. operates a platform that provides microlearning solutions to workplace for companies. Its microlearning approach include bite-sized video lessons, exercises, and practice that range from digital skills to leadership training solutions. The company was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in New York, New York with additional offices in New York and San Francisco. As of November 9, 2018, Grovo Learning Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Cornerstone OnDemand, Inc.

DroneDeploy

Series E in 2020
DroneDeploy is a provider of cloud-control software solutions for drones which include automated flight safety checks, workflows, and real-time mapping and data processing. The company has partnered with leading drone manufacturers like DJI to provide its software to end users in a variety of industries, including agriculture, real estate, mining, construction and many other commercial and consumer arenas. DroneDeploy is compatible with any drone.

Visually, Inc.

Seed Round in 2011
Visually is the content creation platform that enables businesses to connect with their audiences through engaging, beautiful visual content. The world’s top brands rely on us for premium videos, infographics, ebooks, presentations, web interactives and more — created fast and cost-effectively. With over 1000 certified creative professionals, our clients get access to the best designers, writers, researchers, and developers available, with a wide range of skills to support their business needs. Using our easy-to-use online collaboration platform, clients work closely with their team and enjoy a high-degree of creative control. And they are supported every step of the way—from talent assignment to creative direction—to create content that connects and converts.

DocSend, Inc.

Seed Round in 2013
DocSend, Inc. develops document sharing and attachment tracking solutions. The company’s platform enables users to know who views their documents and who they forward them to, how the documents are being viewed, and time spent on each page and to create multiple links per document and control them individually, as well as limit or turn off access. Its features also include instant notifications, updating options, gmail integration, forget attachments, feedback options, and salesforce integration. It serves sales teams, startups, business development professionals, and marketing professionals. DocSend, Inc. was founded in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Breezy

Angel Round in 2011
Breezy is a cloud-based mobile printing solution that makes it easy to print anything from any device to any printer. Breezy's architecture supports hundreds of file types and all printers, regardless of whether the printers are wifi or Bluetooth-capable. The free Breezy Connector software acts as a bridge between users' printer and the company's servers, which keep an up-to-date list of printers available to each user; documents are then sent securely from a user's mobile device, through the server and to the printer selected by the user.

Fitbit

Series B in 2010
Fitbit inspires people to exercise more, eat better and live healthier lifestyles. The company is developing an ultra-compact wireless wearable sensor, called the Fitbit Tracker, that automatically tracks data about a person's activities, such as calories burned, sleep quality, steps and distance. The Fitbit Tracker collects activity data automatically while it is worn by the user all day. The collected data is wirelessly uploaded to a website where the wearer can see their data and track their progress toward personal goals. The website provides a motivational interface where users can share their progress, compare themselves against similar people and work toward virtual goals with their friends, family and co-workers. At the website, users can also manually log nutrition, weight and other health information in order to gain a complete picture of their health. Fitbit makes it easy to achieve a healthy lifestyle by automating the collection of health data and providing a motivating and entertaining user interface.

Outright

Seed Round in 2008
Outright.com provides a simple online bookkeeping application. Outright is designed for very small businesses - entrepreneurs, self employed folks, online sellers, and other people who have to file a Schedule C. It automatically imports all of your data from Amazon, eBay, Etsy, PayPal, banks, and credit cards so that you can track your income and expenses, see how your business is doing, and be organized at tax time. It has an online version and an iPhone app, which makes it perfect for anyone who is out and about while running their business.

Ohloh

Seed Round in 2007
Ohloh was founded in 2004 by Jason Allen and Scott Collison, as a way to provide more visibility into software development. Ohloh is backed by its founders and a small group of individual investors.

SendGrid

Series B in 2012
SendGrid is a proven, cloud-based customer communication platform that drives engagement and business growth. SendGrid is a leader in email deliverability and its proven, cloud-based platform successfully delivers over 30 billion emails each month for Internet and mobile-based customers like Airbnb, Pandora, HubSpot, Spotify, Uber and FourSquare as well as more traditional enterprises like Intuit and Costco.

Grovo

Series C in 2016
Grovo Learning Inc. operates a platform that provides microlearning solutions to workplace for companies. Its microlearning approach include bite-sized video lessons, exercises, and practice that range from digital skills to leadership training solutions. The company was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in New York, New York with additional offices in New York and San Francisco. As of November 9, 2018, Grovo Learning Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Cornerstone OnDemand, Inc.

Intermix Software, Inc.

Seed Round in 2018
Intermix Software, Inc. designs and develops performance-monitoring products that help data teams to monitor mission-critical data flows. It offers an analytics platform to find and fix the issues impacting data health, spot bottlenecks in data pipelines, detect troublesome queries, and optimize resources. Intermix Software, Inc. was founded in 2016 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Front App

Series A in 2016
Front powers the heart of business — the meaningful connections between teams and customers that lead to lasting relationships. Bringing email and apps together in a collaborative customer communication platform, Front drives business impact by scaling the natural conversations that create customers for life. More than 6,000 businesses are using Front today to cultivate personalized customer relationships at scale and transform their work into impact. Learn more at frontapp.com.

Halo Neuroscience

Seed Round in 2014
Halo Neuroscience develops and markets neurotechnology systems to help individuals unlock their true potential. Their first product, Halo Sport, utilizes Neuropriming technology to accelerate skill and strength acquisition in elite athletes. Neuropriming is the process of using electrical stimulation during movement-based training to build stronger, more optimized connections between your brain and muscles. This process induces a temporary state of hyper-learning or "hyperplasticity" in the brain, which refines the brain's ability to learn and adapt to training. The company was incorporated in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, CA.

Ubooly

Seed Round in 2012
Ubooly is an educational Smart Toy® that is powered by mobile devices. Ubooly talks and listens to kids while encouraging creative and active play!

ReTel Technologies

Seed Round in 2009
Based in San Francisco, CA and Chicago, IL, ReTel Technologies develops advanced analytics that help businesses optimize their security, operations and consumer experience through ongoing analysis of surveillance video. ReTel's unique system seamlessly augments computer vision with human auditing to uncover actionable insights previously unavailable at scale or low cost. ReTel was founded in 2007, and is also a 2009 TechStars company.

Molekule

Series B in 2018
Molekule is a San Francisco-based science and clean air company that has developed a fundamentally new approach to cleaning air. While current air purifiers are essentially trying to catch pollutants in filters, Molekule uses nanotechnology to break down and completely eliminate pollutants on a molecular level.

Coder

Series B in 2020
Coder Technologies Inc. develops cloud based integrated development environments (IDE) to write codes on any device. It offers Coder Enterprise that automatically configures, secures, and powers an organization's development environments, allowing developers to focus on the product. The company’s Coder Enterprise enables engineers to continue using the development tools, CI/CD pipelines, source code management systems, and editors. Its Coder Enterprise is used to keep source on servers, source controlled environments, and simplify updates. Coder Technologies Inc. was formerly known as Genesee, Inc. The company was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in Austin, Texas.

neo.tax

Seed Round in 2020
Neo.tax provides tax preparation and filing services by using tax automation software The company is based in Mountain View, California.

Vungle, Inc.

Series B in 2014
Vungle is the leading in-app video platform for performance marketers. Its mission is to deliver the highest value users through engaging video ads. Advertisers depend on Vungle's LTV and creative optimization technologies, targeting, and HD video ad delivery to reach and acquire high-value users worldwide. Vungle was incubated at **[AngelPad](http://angelpad.org)** in 2011.

quadric.io, Inc

Series A in 2019
quadric.io is an end-to-end architecture optimized for real-time edge computing. It aims to empower developers in every industry with superpowers to create tomorrow’s technology, today. The company also designed to meet the powerful needs of next-level autonomous products, like self-driving cars and robots. quadric.io was founded in 2016 and is headquartered in Burlingame, CA, USA.

ZEFR

Series A in 2010
Zefr is a video advertising company that creates targeted video ad placements with it's unique and proprietary technology. With our custom packages, we leverage both technology and human review to selected individual videos, ensuring brands can safely and effectively scale their video ad campaigns. Why the name Zefr? Before Venice became “Silicon Beach” it was the grimy paradise of the 1970's Zephyr skate team. The Z-boys were a group of broken-home-punks that pioneered today’s skate culture. They did more than just push the physical boundaries of the sport—they created the culture that defines Venice today. At Zefr, we embrace the Z-boy’s drive for innovation, performance, and pushing boundaries. Our motto? Go Big. Go Fast.

Mixer Labs

Series A in 2009
Mixer Labs is the company behind GeoAPI.com, a powerful location engine for developers, and TownMe, a new local information site. TownMe's mission is to bring all the world's local information and relationships online. TownMe's goal is to show your town, online. Mixer Labs also powers a GeoAPI which provides location as a service. The GeoAPI includes: -Reverse Geocoder -16 million business listings and points of interest (with rich per location data) -Writable layer - each developer can add their own annotation of places and entities and do complex geo-queries against this information. You can access it via http://api.townme.com, http://geoapi.com or http://sexyapi.com

LaunchDarkly

Venture Round in 2020
LaunchDarkly is a Feature Management Platform that serves over 100 billion feature flags daily to help software teams build better software. Feature flagging is an industry best practice of wrapping a new or risky section of code or infrastructure change with a flag. Each flag can easily be turned off independent of code deployment (aka ”dark launching”). Their vision is to eliminate the risk for developers and operations teams from the software development cycle. LaunchDarkly has SDKs for all major web and mobile platforms. They are building a diverse team so that they can offer robust products and services. Their team culture is fast-paced, friendly, and supportive. LaunchDarkly was founded on July 14, 2014, and is headquartered in California, USA.
Menten AI, Inc., an early-stage drug discovery company, develops protein-based drugs and enzymes powered by machine learning and quantum computing for pharmaceutical and chemical industries. It offers a protein design algorithm for current and near-term quantum computers; and protein designed on a quantum computer. Menten AI, Inc. was founded in 2018 and is based in San Francisco, California with an additional location in Toronto, Canada.

Koan, Inc.

Seed Round in 2019
Koan helps companies manage goals and status in a collaborative way. Employee alignment and engagement remains a top challenge for almost every organization. With the shift to remote work, communication gets siloed, priorities shift and information gets lost in the daily spreadsheet shuffle. Koan enables teams to align and engage through the power of habit, keeping everyone connected to the mission and focused on achieving their most critical goals. Inspire, align, and focus your remote workforce with Koan’s easy to use OKR and status platform. Learn more at koan.co.

True&Co.

Series A in 2014
They are changing the way women shop online by redesigning the art of bra shopping, one of the most unpleasant shopping experiences they have personally endured. Instead, they created a proprietary way to fit women online in 2 minutes with no measuring tape. Every woman (you!) then experiences an entirely different and personalized lingerie shop that’s fun, fashionable and yes, truly intimate. Their founders bring together consumer technology, ecommerce and intimate apparel backgrounds from Microsoft, Vanity Fair Brands, Bain Capital Ventures, BCG and RentTheRunway. They are thrilled to be well-funded by top-tier venture capital firms and angels from both coasts.

fotopedia

Series A in 2009
Fotopedia is a developer of travel applications that feature photography from their online community Fotopedia brings you the ultimate application suite for travel and discovery. Their applications, specifically designed for the iPhone and the iPad, are available worldwide in 9 languages. Featuring stunning photography from professional photographers and the Fotopedia community, their beautiful apps provide first-class luxury for your digital travels. With 15 apps, 17M users and 200M page views per month, we offer brands an effective, beautiful and easy way to reach their audience in more than 200 countries and territories all at once. Their latest application, Fotopedia Reporter, let's you discover and explore the world with photography stories. Get it on the [App Store](http://bit.ly/FPReporter)

Currant

Seed Round in 2018
Currant creates smart home products that enable people to control their homes and their energy bills. Currant enables its users to view, analyze, and understand electricity usage and its empowering consumers to change wasteful patterns without sacrificing comfort or convenience. It was founded in 2015 and headquartered in Mountain View, California.

card.io

Seed Round in 2011
Card.io offers an SDK to developers that makes inputting credit card information as easy as holding your card in front of your smartphone's camera.

Wildfire

Series A in 2010
Wildfire was acquired by Google in 2012, is the global leader in social media marketing software, with over 21,000 paying customers worldwide, including 30 of the world's 50 most valuable brands. It currently serves as its own entity. Wildfire's Social Marketing Suite combines best-of-breed social promotion and advertising software, robust mobile and desktop page management, messaging and sophisticated real-time analytics in one complete platform. Wildfire's powerful and intuitive software allows creative marketers and non-technical managers alike to create social campaigns and pages, communicate with their social audience and measure social media performance. Brands and agencies such as Facebook, Virgin, Amazon, Target and Ogilvy as well as thousands of small businesses use the Wildfire platform to engage with audiences on major social networks, including Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube and Twitter. The only social media marketing company to receive an investment from Facebook's fbFund, Wildfire has offices in California, Chicago, New York, London, Paris, Munich, and Singapore. For more information, visit www.wildfireapp.com.

Marvel

Series A in 2016
Bringing the world's ideas to life. Started as a side-project in 2013, we're now home to nearly 2 million individuals and teams around the world who use Marvel to make ideas a reality.

Messari

Series A in 2021
Messari, Inc. owns and operates a distributed data library for crypto assets. It provides information regarding a crypto asset project’s funding, development history, governance, and supply schedules related to inflation and vesting. The company was founded in 2018 and is based in New York, New York.

Memfault Inc

Seed Round in 2019
Memfault provides solutions for firmware delivery, monitoring, and diagnostics to consumer electronics businesses. The company takes care of software updates and diagnostics, so that the user can focus on what makes its products unique. Memfault’s SDK works with existing hardware. Monitor and deploy a firmware to low level devices via Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, USB, or proprietary protocol. Memfault is based in San Francisco, California.

Coin, Inc.

Series A in 2014
Coin offers a smart payment device that stores the accounts and information of multiple swipeable cards in one place. Its primary product, Coin 2.0, is an electronic device that allows users to store multiple debit, credit, gift, loyalty, and membership card numbers in a single piece of plastic used for magnetic stripe and NFC tap-to-pay purchases. Its Coin Developer Program, in partnership with MasterCard and Visa, enables wearable manufacturers to seamlessly integrate secure payments into their devices, including fitness trackers, smartwatches, and jewelry. Coin was founded in 2012 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Curse

Series B in 2009
Curse is a global multimedia and technology company that creates content and products for gamers. It also provides information and tools to help gamers. The portal comprises community sites, tools, databases, videos, guides, live streaming, and eSports teams that enable its viewers to reach curse’s media content through a variety of channels, including websites, video, and desktop applications. The company was formerly known as Curse-Gaming. Curse was founded in 2005 and is based in Huntsville, Alabama. It has sales offices in New York, New York; Los Angeles, California; Surrey Hills, Australia; London, England; and Berlin, Germany. The company also has a sales and finance office in San Francisco, California.

GreatHorn, Inc.

Series A in 2017
GreatHorn is a computer software company that provides protection for cloud email systems, via advanced threat detection, automated defense, and integrated incident response. The company specializes in the fields of machine learning, information security, predictive security, and cybersecurity. GreatHorn was founded in 2015 and headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts.

Tulip Retail

Seed Round in 2013
Tulip Retail is the world’s first cloud-based retail platform built exclusively for store associates. It was founded in 2013 by a team of mobile and e-commerce experts who are passionate about shaping the future in-store experience. Dedicated to store associate empowerment, Tulip is bringing the best of online shopping to the selling floor with an intuitive, simple to use mobile app that enables: assisted selling, endless aisle, clienteling, store communications and point of sale. Leading retailers like Saks Fifth Avenue, Kate Spade, Coach, Frye Boots, Bonobos, and Toys”R”Us use Tulip to help them deliver an unparalleled omnichannel shopping experience.

TakeLessons

Series A in 2011
TakeLessons is the trusted marketplace for finding online and local instructors and taking online classes across a wide array of subjects ranging foreign languages, math and photography to music, dance and acting. Instructors rely on TakeLessons to simplify marketing and manage their business with integrated scheduling, billing, payment, and communication tools that work seamlessly across desktop and mobile devices.

Fab

Series A in 2011
Fab sells everyday design products online in the United States, Canada, and Australia. It offers various products in the categories of furniture, kitchen and dining, bed and bath, art, jewelry, and personal accessories, as well as home products. Bradford Shane Shellhammer, Deepa Shah, Jason Goldberg, Nishith Shah, and Sunil Khedar founded Fab in February 2009, with its headquarters in New York City. Fab operates as a subsidiary of PCH International as of March 3, 2015.

Vidyard

Seed Round in 2011
Vidyard is a video platform for business that helps organizations drive more revenue through the use of online video. Going beyond video hosting and management, Vidyard helps businesses drive greater engagement in their video content, track the viewing activities of each individual viewer, and turn those views into action. Global leaders such as Honeywell, McKesson, Lenovo, LinkedIn, Cision, Citibank, MongoDB, and Sharp rely on Vidyard to power their video content strategies and turn viewers into customers. Vidyard was founded on 2011 and is headquartered in Kitchener, Ontario.

XStream Trucking

Seed Round in 2017
XStream Trucking Inc. develops GapGorilla, a device that eliminates the gap between the tractor and the trailer to increase fuel efficiency. The company also offers TruckWings, an active-aero device that automatically deploys at highway speeds to deliver streamlined aerodynamics, fuel savings, and lower carbon emissions. It serves the long-haul trucking industry. The company was incorporated in 2015 and is based in Redwood City, California.

TakeLessons

Series C in 2014
TakeLessons is the trusted marketplace for finding online and local instructors and taking online classes across a wide array of subjects ranging foreign languages, math and photography to music, dance and acting. Instructors rely on TakeLessons to simplify marketing and manage their business with integrated scheduling, billing, payment, and communication tools that work seamlessly across desktop and mobile devices.

Merlin

Series A in 2017
Merlin is an internet company that specializes in the fields of the marketplace, consumer software, delivery, and human resources. It provides a software platform that helps employers to find, screen and select the candidates for every opening. The company was founded in 2017 and headquartered in New York, United States.

Poshmark

Series B in 2012
Poshmark, Inc. owns and operates a social marketplace to buy and sell lifestyle products in the United States. The company offers apparel, footwear, home, and beauty products, as well as accessories. As of September 30, 2020, it had 31.7 million active users, 6.2 million active buyers, and 4.5 million active sellers. The company was formerly known as GoshPosh, Inc. and changed its name to Poshmark, Inc. in 2011. Poshmark, Inc. was incorporated in 2011 and is headquartered in Redwood City, California.

Nima

Series A in 2016
Nima Labs, Inc. develops and markets products that enable users with food allergies to eat safely. The company offers a portable gluten sensor which allows people to test and trace amounts of gluten in samples of food. In addition, it develops a mobile and online network to enable people to share their test results with a community of allergy sufferers. The company was formerly known as 6SensorLabs, Inc. and changed its name to Nima Labs, Inc. The company was incorporated in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Pi Inc.

Series A in 2017
Pi Inc. develops a wireless charging technology that allows Pi to change the angle of a magnetic field to match the angle of user's device. The company was formerly known as Pi Charging Inc. Pi Inc. was incorporated in 2015 and is based in San Bruno, California.

Vidyard

Series A in 2013
Vidyard is a video platform for business that helps organizations drive more revenue through the use of online video. Going beyond video hosting and management, Vidyard helps businesses drive greater engagement in their video content, track the viewing activities of each individual viewer, and turn those views into action. Global leaders such as Honeywell, McKesson, Lenovo, LinkedIn, Cision, Citibank, MongoDB, and Sharp rely on Vidyard to power their video content strategies and turn viewers into customers. Vidyard was founded on 2011 and is headquartered in Kitchener, Ontario.

Chartbeat Inc.

Series C in 2015
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.

Torii

Seed Round in 2019
Torii Labs Ltd. offers SaaS management tool for startups and growing companies. The company was founded in 2017 and is based in Raanana, Israel.

Bleacher Report

Series B in 2008
Bleacher Report (B/R), bleacherreport.com, a division of Turner Sports, is a leading publisher of original and entertaining sports content and one of the fastest growing sports media Web sites in the U.S. Bleacher Report was founded in 2007 by four lifelong fans who'd consumed their fill of bland Internet sports content. Since launching in 2008, B/R’s Web site has grown to a massive audience. The result is first-rate sports commentary that gives B/R’s audience the stories they want to read in real-time. Bleacher Report also has a five-star mobile App and some the Web's most popular email newsletters. B/R's goal is to deliver engaging digital media experiences to sports fans all over the world.

Tailscale Inc.

Seed Round in 2020
Tailscale Inc. develops corporate virtual private network (VPN) software that enables network security accessible to teams of any scale. The company, through its virtual private network, helps teams to work from remote locations and helps to make applications secure. The company serves hobbyists, network admins, banks and hospitals, and startups. The company was founded in 2019 and is based in Toronto, Canada.

Looking Glass Factory Inc.

Seed Round in 2015
Looking Glass Factory Inc. develops and manufactures holographic display designed for 3D creators. The company provides Looking Glass, a desktop holographic display that blends light field and volumetric display technologies that allow users to make, share, and interact with 3D creations, content, and experiences. provides volumetric printing services. Its solutions include drug discovery, medical visualization, experiential marketing, and 3D storytelling. It also provides software to manage the holographic displays. The company was incorporated in 2014 and is based in Brooklyn, New York. It has an additional location in Hong Kong.

Vungle, Inc.

Seed Round in 2012
Vungle is the leading in-app video platform for performance marketers. Its mission is to deliver the highest value users through engaging video ads. Advertisers depend on Vungle's LTV and creative optimization technologies, targeting, and HD video ad delivery to reach and acquire high-value users worldwide. Vungle was incubated at **[AngelPad](http://angelpad.org)** in 2011.

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.

Farmeron

Seed Round in 2014
Farmeron helps farmers across the world to manage their farming data online and to do farm performance analysis using exciting statistics. By integrating Farmeron with machinery being used on farms of the world, we're able to speed up data retrieval process and ease core farming data management operations. Adding an analytics layer on top this data, Farmeron delivers statistics and reports to farmers, and these can be used to monitor production performance, adjust production plans but also for government reporting needs.

Next Big Sound Inc.

Series A in 2012
Next Big Sound Inc. provides online music analytics and insights for the music industry. It offers data-driven artist recommendations for brands, and tracks various artists worldwide. The company also delivers analytics tools used by music makers, labels, and marketers looking for data and insights about artists and their fans. In addition, it enables artists and their teams make decisions on where to focus efforts and depleted budgets. Next Big Sound Inc. was formerly known as The Next Big Sound, Inc. The company was incorporated in 2008 and is based in New York, New York. As of July 1, 2015, Next Big Sound Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Pandora Media, Inc.

Front App

Series B in 2018
Front powers the heart of business — the meaningful connections between teams and customers that lead to lasting relationships. Bringing email and apps together in a collaborative customer communication platform, Front drives business impact by scaling the natural conversations that create customers for life. More than 6,000 businesses are using Front today to cultivate personalized customer relationships at scale and transform their work into impact. Learn more at frontapp.com.

Grouply

Series A in 2008
Grouply is pioneering the “social group” — a new type of online community that combines the best features of social networks and online groups. Social groups offer the social interactivity, media sharing, and modern design of social networking sites like Facebook; and the rich discussions, popular email interface, and people-discovery opportunities found in traditional online group systems like Yahoo! Groups. With Grouply, you can create a new social group about anything you like or join a social group and connect with others who share your interests and passions. Existing Google and Yahoo! Groups get an “extreme makeover” on Grouply; each gets a modern, professional, fully customizable website that automatically interoperates with Google and Yahoo! Groups. Grouply was founded in 2006 and is funded by O’Reilly AlphaTech Ventures, SoftTech VC and prominent angel investors including Reid Hoffman.

Mutiny

Seed Round in 2018
Mutiny helps B2B companies personalize their website for each visitor in order to convert the 99% of traffic that bounces. Visitors bounce because customers from different industries and company sizes are looking for different things on your site. Mutiny enables you to engage them with a tailored experience made just for them, so they get what they want, faster. Companies such as Segment, Brex, Amplitude and Carta are using Mutiny and seeing up to 200% lift in conversion.

DroneDeploy

Seed Round in 2014
DroneDeploy is a provider of cloud-control software solutions for drones which include automated flight safety checks, workflows, and real-time mapping and data processing. The company has partnered with leading drone manufacturers like DJI to provide its software to end users in a variety of industries, including agriculture, real estate, mining, construction and many other commercial and consumer arenas. DroneDeploy is compatible with any drone.

Huckleberry

Seed Round in 2018
At Huckleberry, they’re on a mission to give small business owners back time. Over the last decade, software has replaced most paper-based business management systems – from accounting, to tax preparation, to payments. But commercial insurance is still bought and managed almost entirely offline, in a process that can involve layers of bureaucracy and take weeks to complete.

Scroll

Series A in 2018
Scroll is creating a sustainable experience that puts amazing content in front of engaged users without all the noise. They want to pierce filter bubbles and leverage economic models that can afford uncomfortable truths. It's time to escape the distraction economy and focus on what's important again.

LaunchDarkly

Series A in 2016
LaunchDarkly is a Feature Management Platform that serves over 100 billion feature flags daily to help software teams build better software. Feature flagging is an industry best practice of wrapping a new or risky section of code or infrastructure change with a flag. Each flag can easily be turned off independent of code deployment (aka ”dark launching”). Their vision is to eliminate the risk for developers and operations teams from the software development cycle. LaunchDarkly has SDKs for all major web and mobile platforms. They are building a diverse team so that they can offer robust products and services. Their team culture is fast-paced, friendly, and supportive. LaunchDarkly was founded on July 14, 2014, and is headquartered in California, USA.

Poka

Series A in 2018
Poka is a Web and mobile app that gives factory workers the power to capture, consume and share critical information in real-time on the plant floor, leading to improved productivity. By creating a standardized multimedia knowledge base of procedures, training content and solutions related to each workstation and machine, Poka helps reduce production downtime, improve quality and safety, and facilitate communication across factories, departments and shifts. Poka has become a catalyst for digital transformation among industrial leaders including 12 of the largest manufacturers based on IndustryWeek’s Global 1000 rank.

Carrot Fertility, Inc.

Seed Round in 2017
Carrot offers a fertility benefit for modern companies, focused on making fertility care easier, accessible, and more affordable. The company partners with modern companies to provide fertility coverage for the millions of employees. Through its software, Carrot helps employees to personalize a fertility plan, chat with fertility experts, order medications, and access unique content. It helps them access the care they need, such as egg freezing, in-vitro fertilization, fertility diagnoses, and more.

ADstruc

Seed Round in 2010
ADstruc is an Out-of-Home media specialist bringing unprecedented ease and efficiency to media planning and buying. The company's comprehensive workflow software, Drive, automates OOH planning for agencies and advertisers. Project X, ADstruc’s managed services division, provides an innovative, audience-focused approach to outdoor advertising, leveraging data for brands to build awareness and increase engagement with consumers. ADstruc was established in 2010 and is headquartered in New York.

BrightRoll Inc.

Series D in 2011
BrightRoll Inc. develops programmatic video advertising platform for reaching audiences across desktop, mobile and connected TV. Its platform enables advertisers to reach video viewers online. BrightRoll Inc. was formerly known as PostRoller Inc. and changed its name to BrightRoll Inc. in November 2006. The company was founded in 2006 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Chariot

Seed Round in 2015
Chariot Transit Inc. provides crowd-sourced commuting services in San Francisco, California. It also provides charter services to consumers and companies to reserve chariots for personal trips and corporate events. The company offers services through a fleet of chariots. It crowdsources future routes and pickup/drop-off stops by learning home and work address from existing riders. The company offers monthly pass and ticket options for riders. It serves commuters through iPhone or Android applications, as well its mobile Website. The company was incorporated in 2014 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of September 9, 2016, Chariot Transit Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Ford Smart Mobility LLC.

Halo Neuroscience

Series A in 2016
Halo Neuroscience develops and markets neurotechnology systems to help individuals unlock their true potential. Their first product, Halo Sport, utilizes Neuropriming technology to accelerate skill and strength acquisition in elite athletes. Neuropriming is the process of using electrical stimulation during movement-based training to build stronger, more optimized connections between your brain and muscles. This process induces a temporary state of hyper-learning or "hyperplasticity" in the brain, which refines the brain's ability to learn and adapt to training. The company was incorporated in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, CA.

Simplifeye

Venture Round in 2017
Simplifeye provides SaaS platform for medical offices that connects wearables, like the Apple Watch, to existing health record software. - Provides a modern interface on wearable technology. - Allows providers to see a high-level view of every patient in their practice that is ready to be seen. - Displays medical alerts and overview of appointment details.

YourMechanic

Series B in 2018
YourMechanic is an online marketplace that enables vehicle owners to find local mechanics for home or office car repair services. Its aim is to make car repair and maintenance affordable and convenient.

Grovo

Series B in 2015
Grovo Learning Inc. operates a platform that provides microlearning solutions to workplace for companies. Its microlearning approach include bite-sized video lessons, exercises, and practice that range from digital skills to leadership training solutions. The company was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in New York, New York with additional offices in New York and San Francisco. As of November 9, 2018, Grovo Learning Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Cornerstone OnDemand, Inc.

Vidyard

Series C in 2016
Vidyard is a video platform for business that helps organizations drive more revenue through the use of online video. Going beyond video hosting and management, Vidyard helps businesses drive greater engagement in their video content, track the viewing activities of each individual viewer, and turn those views into action. Global leaders such as Honeywell, McKesson, Lenovo, LinkedIn, Cision, Citibank, MongoDB, and Sharp rely on Vidyard to power their video content strategies and turn viewers into customers. Vidyard was founded on 2011 and is headquartered in Kitchener, Ontario.

quadric.io, Inc

Seed Round in 2017
quadric.io is an end-to-end architecture optimized for real-time edge computing. It aims to empower developers in every industry with superpowers to create tomorrow’s technology, today. The company also designed to meet the powerful needs of next-level autonomous products, like self-driving cars and robots. quadric.io was founded in 2016 and is headquartered in Burlingame, CA, USA.

test.ai

Seed Round in 2016
Test.ai provides an AI-powered test automation platform to help organizations deliver quality mobile app experiences. The platform scales and can test thousands of apps in parallel without the need to code or maintain tests. Test.ai automates testing for the most impactful user experiences so that app teams can focus on improving them. The team at test.ai wrote the book on testing— having worked on some of the world’s most used software such as Chrome and Bing and co-authoring books such as How Google Tests Software and App Quality: Secrets for Agile App Teams. Test.ai is dedicated to elevating the quality of the world’s apps and is uniquely qualified to do so.

Songkick

Seed Round in 2008
Songkick is a ticketing vendor and online database of concerts for music enthusiasts. It offers concert discovery services for its users. Songkick provides services partnered with more than 500 artists, used by over 10 million monthly fans, and ticketing over 10,000 events worldwide each year. It was launched in 2007 and is based in Brooklyn, New York.

Molekule

Series A in 2017
Molekule is a San Francisco-based science and clean air company that has developed a fundamentally new approach to cleaning air. While current air purifiers are essentially trying to catch pollutants in filters, Molekule uses nanotechnology to break down and completely eliminate pollutants on a molecular level.

Lightside Games

Venture Round in 2012
Lightside games is a brand new social gaming company. It was founded by two successful Silicon Valley entrepreneurs who have changed one industry already. They are pioneering again and they are looking for excellence to join then as they embark on their voyage. Be prepared for a company with a fast release cycle, with our products guided by a combination of user testing, detailed metrics and gut feel. Located in Mountain View (train access, good food and great coffee all within walking distance), come work hard and have fun.

Byliner

Seed Round in 2011
Byliner works directly with the world's best writers to deliver their stories to readers. Hailed by Fast Company as “One of the 10 Most Innovative Media Companies in the World,” we publish original fiction and nonfiction e-shorts by top authors such as Amy Tan, Margaret Atwood, Jon Krakauer, Nick Hornby, Sebastian Junger, and more. These e-shorts are written to be read in two hours or less, and can be purchased individually through major digital bookstores. The entire Byliner Originals library is also available online to Byliner subscribers, who get access to premium content from Byliner's by-invitation community of writers--including thousands of rarely-seen and exclusive stories from bestselling authors.

TapRecruit

Seed Round in 2020
Datapeople organizes and augments your recruiting data to help you improve key parts of your hiring process, from the job description candidates first see to the reports you share with your company.

FreshPlanet

Series A in 2010
FreshPlanet, creator of SongPop, has quickly become a leading social and mobile game developer in New York City. The company is developing and publishing apps and games around Pop Culture. Recently SongPop attracted over 90 million players around the world. The company is venture-backed and led by a team of internet and game veterans, including serial entrepreneurs and brothers Mathieu and Romain Nouzareth.

TakeLessons

Series B in 2013
TakeLessons is the trusted marketplace for finding online and local instructors and taking online classes across a wide array of subjects ranging foreign languages, math and photography to music, dance and acting. Instructors rely on TakeLessons to simplify marketing and manage their business with integrated scheduling, billing, payment, and communication tools that work seamlessly across desktop and mobile devices.

Sapho

Seed Round in 2014
Sapho empowers employees with a modern portal experience that surfaces personalized and relevant tasks and data using micro-apps. Sapho micro apps are built by IT on top of existing systems using pre-built templates and a drag-and-drop micro app builder. These micro apps available on any device, intranet, or messenger provide employees proactive notifications about interesting system data, actions that need to be completed, and changes in business data that require attention. It was founded in 2014, the company is headquartered in San Bruno, California, United States.

FounderDating

Series A in 2015
FounderDating is a network of talented entrepreneurs with different backgrounds and skill sets all ready to start their next company or project. All too often you know people with similar backgrounds and skills sets to your own. They help you find cofounders with complementary skill sets.

Focal Systems

Seed Round in 2016
Focal Systems designs an indoor positioning system for shopping carts that helps shoppers navigate the store while providing marketing intelligence to retailers. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Menlo Park, California.

Rapleaf

Venture Round in 2011
Providing data on 80% of U.S. email addresses, Rapleaf, a division of TowerData, makes it incredibly easy for marketers to learn who their customers are and what other channels they can be contacted on. Our data helps brands segment their subscribers and personalize their content, driving more relevant interactions and keeping customers happy and engaged.

Pared

Seed Round in 2017
Pared is an on-demand tool for restaurant workers. The company's mission is to make restaurant life easier by connecting restaurant owners and operators with the restaurant staff they need, when they need them. Founded in 2015, the company is headquartered in San Francisco, California, United States.

Educents Inc.

Series A in 2015
Educents Inc. operates as an online marketplace for selling educational products to students, parents, homeschoolers, and educators in the United States. The company offers science kits, curriculum packs, books, art supplies, math and reading books, and others. It also provides digital products, such as downloads and online programs for international customers. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Mesmo

Series A in 2007
In 2008, Mesmo.tv pivoted into Mesmo Games with the launch of one of the first female-focused role playing games on Facebook, Make Me A Celebrity, in April 2008. Mesmo Games went on to become a leading social game portal on Facebook with over 50 million users. Mesmo Games was amongst the top 10 of all games on Facebook by monthly and daily active users. Mesmo was acquired by GSN in 2010 and rebranded as GSN Games on Facebook, iOS and Android and went on to become a top 10 grossing application. Mesmo.tv launched in June 2007 as a social video discovery site that let you tag videos you like and throw them into a personalized content stream and channels. You could add videos, TV shows and podcasts from any website by submitting links directly to the site, RSS, and a bookmarklet. They also had a Facebook application. The application came preloaded with a database of TV shows drawn from the top network sites. Mesmo helped you discover new video content based on the videos, channels and users you liked. Mesmo took these preferences and matched you up with individual videos, channels, and users sharing similar tastes. Mesmo.tv expanded to become the first and largest social TV site on Facebook with TV shows from ABC, CBS and Hulu, a user generated TV Trivia game including content from over 10,000 TV shows and fan sites for your favorite shows.

Molekule

Series C in 2020
Molekule is a San Francisco-based science and clean air company that has developed a fundamentally new approach to cleaning air. While current air purifiers are essentially trying to catch pollutants in filters, Molekule uses nanotechnology to break down and completely eliminate pollutants on a molecular level.

Hallow

Series A in 2021
Hallow is a digital platform that aims to energize faith lives and enable conversations with God through guided prayer.

Gigwalk

Seed Round in 2011
Gigwalk is a SaaS service that helps businesses manage channel execution at scale. Companies can use our network of 1.2 Million freelancers or bring their own team to identify and fix channel execution . Based in San Francisco, California, Gigwalk is backed by August Capital, Harrison Metal, Nokia Growth Partners, Randstad Innovation Fund, SoftTech, Greylock Discovery, Accelerator Ventures, and Founder Collective. For more information, visit www.gigwalk.com.

Blekko

Series B in 2008
Blekko is a search company founded by Rich Skrenta and his core team from previous company [Topix](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/topix) and Netscape's Open Directory. Blekko was founded halfway through 2007 and has already earned itself an angel round from Baseline Ventures and two ex-Googlers.

Crossbeam

Series C in 2021
Crossbeam, Inc. develops software-as-a-service (SaaS) based collaborative data platform that helps companies to build partnerships. It offers Crossbeam that helps companies to find overlapping customers and prospects with their partners. The company’s Crossbeam is used to connect data, create populations, make partners, and analyze the overlaps in populations. Crossbeam, Inc. was formerly known as Mtrebor, Inc. The company was founded in 2018 and is based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Wonderschool

Seed Round in 2017
Started in 2016 by a group of educators and technologists in California, Wonderschool offers a platform where people can start infant and toddler programs and preschools out of their homes. Wonderschool supports experienced educators and childcare providers to start their own childcares or preschools out of their homes, whether they live in apartments, condos, or homes that they rent or own. Wonderschool provides assistance with licensing, program setup, marketing and everything in between. The company’s software platform allows teachers to manage their students, parents, and their program from one dashboard. Along with this, Wonderschool has built a marketplace for parents to search Wonderschool programs, schedule visits, enroll their children, and make payments. It’s been proven time and time again that children should start developing cognitive, motor, behavioral, and social skills from as early as 6 months and Wonderschool is committed to increasing families’ access to high quality care and learning environments for children.

ClassDojo, Inc.

Series C in 2019
ClassDojo, Inc. operates an online school communication platform that connects teachers, students, and families to build communities by sharing what’s being learned in the classroom home through photos, videos, and messages. The company was formerly known as Class Twist, Inc. and changed its name to ClassDojo, Inc. in December 2017. ClassDojo, Inc. was founded in 2011 and is based in San Francisco, California.

DNAnexus

Series B in 2011
DNAnexus combines expertise in cloud computing and bioinformatics to create the global network for genomic medicine. DNAnexus provides security, scalability and collaboration for enterprises and organizations that are pursuing genomic-based approaches to health in order to accelerate medical discovery. DNAnexus is supporting customers around the world that are tackling some of the most challenging and exciting opportunities in human health. It was founded in 2009 and is based in Mountain View, California.

MobileDay Inc.

Seed Round in 2011
MobileDay provides one-touch access to any conference call or online meeting from iOS or Android devices. By seamlessly syncing with the device's native calendar, the app provides a convenient 'My Day' schedule view of all upcoming calls and meetings, each accompanied by an easy one-touch join button that does all the dialing. In addition to the individual-focused consumer app, the company released 'MobileDay Business' in April 2015, for companies and organizations looking to enable full teams with the one-tap dialing functionality of MobileDay.

True&Co.

Venture Round in 2012
They are changing the way women shop online by redesigning the art of bra shopping, one of the most unpleasant shopping experiences they have personally endured. Instead, they created a proprietary way to fit women online in 2 minutes with no measuring tape. Every woman (you!) then experiences an entirely different and personalized lingerie shop that’s fun, fashionable and yes, truly intimate. Their founders bring together consumer technology, ecommerce and intimate apparel backgrounds from Microsoft, Vanity Fair Brands, Bain Capital Ventures, BCG and RentTheRunway. They are thrilled to be well-funded by top-tier venture capital firms and angels from both coasts.

Nuzzel, Inc.

Seed Round in 2012
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.

Poka

Venture Round in 2020
Poka is a Web and mobile app that gives factory workers the power to capture, consume and share critical information in real-time on the plant floor, leading to improved productivity. By creating a standardized multimedia knowledge base of procedures, training content and solutions related to each workstation and machine, Poka helps reduce production downtime, improve quality and safety, and facilitate communication across factories, departments and shifts. Poka has become a catalyst for digital transformation among industrial leaders including 12 of the largest manufacturers based on IndustryWeek’s Global 1000 rank.

Chirp Interactive

Seed Round in 2008
Chirp builds products that leverage the abilities of different social media and social networking sites to keep a user connected with their network at all times. Chirp pulls in feeds from sites like [Flickr](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/flickr) and [Facebook](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/facebook), with integrations from other social media sites on the way. Chirp's products compete with offerings from [Slide](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/slide) and [NetVibes](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/netvibes). The service has been shut down and the team has moved on to thePlatform, a video distribution solution owned by Comcast.

Front App

Series C in 2020
Front powers the heart of business — the meaningful connections between teams and customers that lead to lasting relationships. Bringing email and apps together in a collaborative customer communication platform, Front drives business impact by scaling the natural conversations that create customers for life. More than 6,000 businesses are using Front today to cultivate personalized customer relationships at scale and transform their work into impact. Learn more at frontapp.com.

Sym, Inc.

Series A in 2020
Sym is a security workflow platform that solves the intent-to-execution gap between policies and workflows by providing fast-moving engineering teams with the just-right primitives to roll out best-practice controls. The platform integrates AWS, IDPs, policy-as-code tools, and more and empowers engineers to create security and privacy workflows for their teams. This helps engineers save time. Sym also offers its serverless templates for custom integrations. Adam Buggia, Jonathan Bass, and Yasyf Mohamedali launched the company in San Francisco, California in 2020.

Buysight

Series A in 2010
Buysight (previously Permuto) strives to bring the same level of reach, performance and measurability of search engine marketing to the world of display advertising. The company provides effective solutions for both brand and performance advertisers, and has developed an online display advertising network called ShopperConnect™, focused on the $205B+ online e-commerce shopping market. Permuto, Inc. is founded by veterans of Yahoo!, Doubleclick, Rhythm NewMedia, Apple, Oracle, Microsoft, and Excite@Home. Permuto is rebranding itself as Buysight.

Kahuna

Series A in 2014
Kahuna creates highly personalized experiences for every buyer and every seller for the world’s leading marketplaces. Kahuna is the platform of choice for meeting the needs of marketplaces, using state of the art machine-learning technology to drive extreme personalization, product and pricing optimization, trust, and engagement. With more than 144 million engaged users, over 4 billion messages sent, and 46 billion optimized events, Kahuna is the proven solution for marketplaces of all sizes. Headquartered in Redwood City, CA, with global locations, Kahuna investors include Sequoia Capital, Tenaya Capital, and Uncork Capital. Learn more at http://www.kahuna.com

Outright

Series A in 2009
Outright.com provides a simple online bookkeeping application. Outright is designed for very small businesses - entrepreneurs, self employed folks, online sellers, and other people who have to file a Schedule C. It automatically imports all of your data from Amazon, eBay, Etsy, PayPal, banks, and credit cards so that you can track your income and expenses, see how your business is doing, and be organized at tax time. It has an online version and an iPhone app, which makes it perfect for anyone who is out and about while running their business.

Wonderschool

Series A in 2018
Started in 2016 by a group of educators and technologists in California, Wonderschool offers a platform where people can start infant and toddler programs and preschools out of their homes. Wonderschool supports experienced educators and childcare providers to start their own childcares or preschools out of their homes, whether they live in apartments, condos, or homes that they rent or own. Wonderschool provides assistance with licensing, program setup, marketing and everything in between. The company’s software platform allows teachers to manage their students, parents, and their program from one dashboard. Along with this, Wonderschool has built a marketplace for parents to search Wonderschool programs, schedule visits, enroll their children, and make payments. It’s been proven time and time again that children should start developing cognitive, motor, behavioral, and social skills from as early as 6 months and Wonderschool is committed to increasing families’ access to high quality care and learning environments for children.

Loft Orbital Solutions Inc.

Seed Round in 2017
LOFT ORBITAL SOLUTIONS INC. provides an end-to-end service to host and operate customers' payloads. The company provides satellite platform and integration, standard hardware interfaces, launch booking and integration, finance and insurance solutions to reduce risk and the financial barriers to accessing space, and regulatory compliance and licensing. LOFT ORBITAL SOLUTIONS INC. was incorporated in 2017 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Friend.ly

Series A in 2011
Friend.ly is a social Q&A site that makes self expression fun, easy, and meaningful. Friend.ly helps you share your true self by asking fun, easy and sometimes poignant questions with the goal of creating a more perfect online profile. After logging in with one click, users join a community where they can answer any number of personally relevant, site-generated questions that other Friend.ly users are answering, too. By answering questions and complimenting others' answers, users are offering a true reflection of their own thoughts and experiences and, at the same time, learning about the people around them in a positive environment. Whether you want to get to know your friends better, meet someone new or simply express yourself, Friend.ly can be your guide.

Pi Inc.

Seed Round in 2015
Pi Inc. develops a wireless charging technology that allows Pi to change the angle of a magnetic field to match the angle of user's device. The company was formerly known as Pi Charging Inc. Pi Inc. was incorporated in 2015 and is based in San Bruno, California.

Phil, Inc.

Series A in 2017
Phil, Inc. provides a prescription management software service for obtaining medications. The company operates a specialty Rx distribution platform that assists patients in managing their medications by automatically refilling based on the prescription cadence. It acts a liaison between patients, prescribers, manufacturers, and pharmacists. The company also provides complimentary home delivery services for medications. Phil, Inc. was incorporated in 2015 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

RJMetrics

Debt Financing in 2012
RJMetrics solves the core analytical challenge of today’s high-growth online business: data is scattered across dozens of platforms, making it difficult to manage and analyze effectively. This data typically lives in silos like backend databases, marketing platforms, CRM systems, and shopping carts. RJMetrics consolidates and distills this data into a cloud-based data warehouse and provides an intuitive user interface for exploring and acting on the results.

Kaboodle

Series A in 2005
Kaboodle offers an easy way to collect information from the web and also search for things you may be interested in. Kaboodle can be used to collect and share information for shopping, travel, research, or just about anything else. With over 35,000 users, Kaboodle's user base is relatively small, but the site is young and has much room to grow. The company has received funding and strong support from such investors as Kanwal Rekhi of Inventus Capital, Junglee founder Ashish Gupta, and co-author of Google's early search algorithm research Rajeev Motwani.

RelTel

Seed Round in 2009
RelTel develops software to break down and analyze footage caught by surveillance cameras. The company is based in San Francisco, California.

Buysight

Series A in 2008
Buysight (previously Permuto) strives to bring the same level of reach, performance and measurability of search engine marketing to the world of display advertising. The company provides effective solutions for both brand and performance advertisers, and has developed an online display advertising network called ShopperConnect™, focused on the $205B+ online e-commerce shopping market. Permuto, Inc. is founded by veterans of Yahoo!, Doubleclick, Rhythm NewMedia, Apple, Oracle, Microsoft, and Excite@Home. Permuto is rebranding itself as Buysight.

Postmates Inc.

Seed Round in 2011
Postmates is an on-demand food delivery. The platform gives customers access to the most selection of merchants in the US with more than 600,000 restaurants and retailers available for delivery and pickup, many of which are exclusive to Postmates. The market leader in Los Angeles and markets across the southwest, Postmates covers 80% of US households, across all 50 states. Customers can get free delivery on all merchants by joining Postmates Unlimited, the industry's first subscription service.

Flux Work, Inc.

Seed Round in 2020
Flux is an internal mobility platform that helps employees grow while contributing to the work the business needs to get done. Employees are intelligently matched to opportunities they can excel at: from part-time projects and rotations, to learning, mentorship, or full-time roles. Companies gain full visibility into their workforce and fill roles faster while promoting a culture of recognition and progression.

Human Interest

Seed Round in 2016
Human Interest offers easy and affordable employee retirement plans. Previously, only large companies offered employee retirement plans, leaving more than half of all working Americans without a path to a secure financial future. The company believes that a path to financial independence should be accessible to people in all lines of work.

Tempo Automation Inc.

Series B in 2017
Tempo Automation Inc. manufactures low volume electronics products. The company designs and assembles printed circuit boards. Tempo Automation Inc. was incorporated in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Poshmark

Series A in 2011
Poshmark, Inc. owns and operates a social marketplace to buy and sell lifestyle products in the United States. The company offers apparel, footwear, home, and beauty products, as well as accessories. As of September 30, 2020, it had 31.7 million active users, 6.2 million active buyers, and 4.5 million active sellers. The company was formerly known as GoshPosh, Inc. and changed its name to Poshmark, Inc. in 2011. Poshmark, Inc. was incorporated in 2011 and is headquartered in Redwood City, 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.

Visually, Inc.

Series A in 2015
Visually is the content creation platform that enables businesses to connect with their audiences through engaging, beautiful visual content. The world’s top brands rely on us for premium videos, infographics, ebooks, presentations, web interactives and more — created fast and cost-effectively. With over 1000 certified creative professionals, our clients get access to the best designers, writers, researchers, and developers available, with a wide range of skills to support their business needs. Using our easy-to-use online collaboration platform, clients work closely with their team and enjoy a high-degree of creative control. And they are supported every step of the way—from talent assignment to creative direction—to create content that connects and converts.

RJMetrics

Series A in 2013
RJMetrics solves the core analytical challenge of today’s high-growth online business: data is scattered across dozens of platforms, making it difficult to manage and analyze effectively. This data typically lives in silos like backend databases, marketing platforms, CRM systems, and shopping carts. RJMetrics consolidates and distills this data into a cloud-based data warehouse and provides an intuitive user interface for exploring and acting on the results.

Postmates Inc.

Series C in 2015
Postmates is an on-demand food delivery. The platform gives customers access to the most selection of merchants in the US with more than 600,000 restaurants and retailers available for delivery and pickup, many of which are exclusive to Postmates. The market leader in Los Angeles and markets across the southwest, Postmates covers 80% of US households, across all 50 states. Customers can get free delivery on all merchants by joining Postmates Unlimited, the industry's first subscription service.

StrikeAd

Series A in 2013
StrikeAd UK Limited provides programmatic advertising across multiple devices. Its platform lets its clients to plan, build, and evaluate campaigns; and provides intuitive dashboard, advanced targeting, media planning tools, advanced optimization, campaign setup, and real-time reporting. The company offers precise targeting, transparency, optimization, engagement, and sales services. StrikeAd UK Limited was founded in 2010 and is based in London, United Kingdom with locations in New York, New York; and Singapore.

Fab

Seed Round in 2010
Fab sells everyday design products online in the United States, Canada, and Australia. It offers various products in the categories of furniture, kitchen and dining, bed and bath, art, jewelry, and personal accessories, as well as home products. Bradford Shane Shellhammer, Deepa Shah, Jason Goldberg, Nishith Shah, and Sunil Khedar founded Fab in February 2009, with its headquarters in New York City. Fab operates as a subsidiary of PCH International as of March 3, 2015.

Topguest

Series A in 2010
Topguest is redefining loyalty program engagement for a mobile, social world. There are $48 billion of loyalty program points in US circulation, and Topguest is pioneering the use of these points to drive beneficial actions on social applications. Topguest gives users points from established loyalty programs for their check-ins on Facebook Places, Foursquare, Twitter, Instagram and Gowalla. Loyalty programs integrate with Topguest in order to automatically measure engagement and respond to customer actions on social applications. The Company was founded in mid-2010 and was backed by Founders Fund and leading angel investors. Topguest was acquired by Switchfly in December, 2011. Switchfly plans to invest in the product's continued growth and expansion.

StyleSeat, Inc.

Seed Round in 2012
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.

BetterDoctor

Seed Round in 2013
BetterDoctor, Inc. develops web and mobile apps that let users to find the doctor. Its apps enables users to select what kind of doctor they are looking for, and pick their insurance plan and see a list of verified doctors. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of June 18, 2018, BetterDoctor, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Quest Analytics, L.L.C.

Top Hat

Series C in 2017
As a student engagement and interactive teaching platform, Top Hat’s software helps college professors activate classrooms. In a world of digital distractions, countless academic studies have reinforced the reality that students better understand the day’s lesson if they’re asked to engage with peers, interact with complex material and participate in class. By requiring students to use their personal devices to answer quizzes, reply to polls, and tackle difficult simulations, Top Hat transforms the passive lecture hall into an engaging learning environment. As an advocate for traditional, on-campus education, Top Hat not only modernizes established teaching methods but also facilitates new approaches including the ‘flipped classroom,’ ‘group learning,’ and other creative solutions. Top Hat is headquartered in Toronto, Canada, hosts 120 full-time employees, and has been operating since its 2009 launch behind $22M in venture funding.

SendGrid

Series D in 2016
SendGrid is a proven, cloud-based customer communication platform that drives engagement and business growth. SendGrid is a leader in email deliverability and its proven, cloud-based platform successfully delivers over 30 billion emails each month for Internet and mobile-based customers like Airbnb, Pandora, HubSpot, Spotify, Uber and FourSquare as well as more traditional enterprises like Intuit and Costco.

Wittlebee

Seed Round in 2012
Wittlebee offers an online monthly membership service that automatically ships parents a box of children’s clothing essentials. The service offers t-shirts, leggings, socks, pants, etc. Wittlebee was founded in 2012 and is based in Santa Monica, California.

Soldsie

Series A in 2014
Soldsie (formerly Centrally) is a payment system enabling merchants to monetize their Facebook page by allowing customers to purchase through comments. Customers register their payment information with Soldsie, and then comment on stores’ pages, channels and feeds to activate a charge to their account, and initiate the shipping process. Merchants use the Soldsie administrative dashboard track and manage inventory and shipping, and experience increased user comments, views and viral shares.

Grouply

Angel Round in 2008
Grouply is pioneering the “social group” — a new type of online community that combines the best features of social networks and online groups. Social groups offer the social interactivity, media sharing, and modern design of social networking sites like Facebook; and the rich discussions, popular email interface, and people-discovery opportunities found in traditional online group systems like Yahoo! Groups. With Grouply, you can create a new social group about anything you like or join a social group and connect with others who share your interests and passions. Existing Google and Yahoo! Groups get an “extreme makeover” on Grouply; each gets a modern, professional, fully customizable website that automatically interoperates with Google and Yahoo! Groups. Grouply was founded in 2006 and is funded by O’Reilly AlphaTech Ventures, SoftTech VC and prominent angel investors including Reid Hoffman.

8tracks, Inc.

Venture Round in 2016
8tracks, Inc. is a non-interactive Internet radio service that allows users to make and discover playlists. Its Internet radio platform allows members to upload songs from their own collections to make a virtual mix tape that can be shared. The company was founded in 2006 and is based in San Francisco, California with additional offices in New York and Los Angeles.

Farmeron

Seed Round in 2012
Farmeron helps farmers across the world to manage their farming data online and to do farm performance analysis using exciting statistics. By integrating Farmeron with machinery being used on farms of the world, we're able to speed up data retrieval process and ease core farming data management operations. Adding an analytics layer on top this data, Farmeron delivers statistics and reports to farmers, and these can be used to monitor production performance, adjust production plans but also for government reporting needs.

Giftly

Seed Round in 2011
Giftly is revolutionizing the way people give and receive gifts. We're a San Francisco-based startup upending the $100B-a-year gift card market by making gift cards more personal, customizable, beautiful, and fun than ever before. Finally you can give a friend dinner at a favorite restaurant, a sweater from a local boutique, or a night out at the movies, easily right from your phone or from the web. Founded in 2010, Giftly has raised $3M from tier-one VCs and advisors and has assembled a team of talents spanning industries and backgrounds, all working with one purpose: to help you connect with the people you care about through gifts.

Human Interest

Series B in 2019
Human Interest offers easy and affordable employee retirement plans. Previously, only large companies offered employee retirement plans, leaving more than half of all working Americans without a path to a secure financial future. The company believes that a path to financial independence should be accessible to people in all lines of work.

RJMetrics

Series B in 2014
RJMetrics solves the core analytical challenge of today’s high-growth online business: data is scattered across dozens of platforms, making it difficult to manage and analyze effectively. This data typically lives in silos like backend databases, marketing platforms, CRM systems, and shopping carts. RJMetrics consolidates and distills this data into a cloud-based data warehouse and provides an intuitive user interface for exploring and acting on the results.

Focal Systems

Series A in 2017
Focal Systems designs an indoor positioning system for shopping carts that helps shoppers navigate the store while providing marketing intelligence to retailers. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Menlo Park, California.

DNAnexus

Series A in 2009
DNAnexus combines expertise in cloud computing and bioinformatics to create the global network for genomic medicine. DNAnexus provides security, scalability and collaboration for enterprises and organizations that are pursuing genomic-based approaches to health in order to accelerate medical discovery. DNAnexus is supporting customers around the world that are tackling some of the most challenging and exciting opportunities in human health. It was founded in 2009 and is based in Mountain View, California.

Fountain, Inc.

Series C in 2021
Fountain Software Inc. operates an application platform that connects individuals with home and garden experts through video chat, text, and photos with annotations. Its platform enables users to search for and have a two-way interactive conversation with experts working on gardening, plumbing, or design projects. Fountain Software Inc. was incorporated in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of October 29, 2015, Fountain Software Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Porch.Com, Inc.

Hallow

Series B in 2021
Hallow is a digital platform that aims to energize faith lives and enable conversations with God through guided prayer.

Sperta

Seed Round in 2021
Sperta helps financial services and tech companies automate decisions and manage fraud, credit, and compliance risks. It provides a rules engine, integration with data vendors and models, and a case management tool. Sperta was founded in June 2021. The co-founders previously built Uber's rules engine, Mastermind and Google Cloud AI Feature Store.

UserGems

Series A in 2021
UserGems is an AI-powered prospecting solution for revenue teams. By delivering prospects that are most likely to convert, UserGems helps companies drive bigger pipeline, faster sales cycle, and larger deals. Whenever your customers change their jobs, UserGems automatically surfaces them as new prospects to your sales reps. This allows your reps to be in front of the right buyers at the right time, and before the competition is. Leveraging machine learning, UserGems automatically identifies other prospects that look exactly like your best customers. That means you get a complete, up-to-date list of leads that match your ideal customer profile, persona and other key criteria without requiring reps to spends hours on researching.

Continuum Technology

Seed Round in 2021
Continuum Technology offers software that manages executive availability, contracts, invoices, and payments. It is a platform that enables fractional time executives, allowing them to monetize their expertise and automate your back office.

Truveo

Series A in 2005
Truveo is a video search engine acquired by AOL in January 2006. Re-launched in August of the same year, it claims to have an edge over competitors in the field of online video websites. Founded by PhDs from MIT, Truveo tackles the very difficult problem of creating metadata from video; unlike text-based content, it is very difficult to determine context of video and audio content without a human to actually view it. Truveo says it has a sharper focus on professional content: conduct a search, and commercially produced media is given priority over user-generated content. Truveo has also recently signed a deal with CBS to extend its video content capabilities to nearly 3 dozen of CBS's online radio websites. Some (of the many) competitors include: [YouTube](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/youtube), [SlapVid](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/slapvid), [Vimeo](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/vimeo), and [VideoEgg](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/videoegg).

Arch Systems

Seed Round in 2016
Arch Systems Inc. designs and develops a device-to-cloud modular hardware platform for industrial Internet of Things (IoT) applications. The company’s device-to-cloud hardware is used for a range of custom IoT applications from electronics to mobile and cloud. Its hardware platform allows clients to design custom connected devices and take them to production, as well as enables software developers to create physical applications for sectors, such as food, water, and energy. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Mountain View, California.

Headnote Parent Inc.

Seed Round in 2017
Headnote Parent Inc. develops software tools for lawyers and legal professionals. The company was founded in 2016 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Shippo

Series A in 2016
Shippo is the leading multi-carrier shipping API and web app for marketplaces, warehouses, and ecommerce businesses. The company processes millions of shipments per month for more than 35,000 customers. Businesses are able to instantly access multiple shipping carriers for real-time rates, shipping labels, international paperwork, package tracking, and return logistics.

Tapulous

Angel Round in 2008
Tapulous is a developer of applications for the iPhone and [Android](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/android) platforms. Some of their apps include Tap Tap Revenge (the sequel to Tap Tap Revolution), Twinkle (a Twitter client) and Collage (a real-time collaborative photo sharing application) and the newly launched Riddim Ribbon.

Tempo Automation Inc.

Series C in 2019
Tempo Automation Inc. manufactures low volume electronics products. The company designs and assembles printed circuit boards. Tempo Automation Inc. was incorporated in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Mutiny

Series A in 2021
Mutiny helps B2B companies personalize their website for each visitor in order to convert the 99% of traffic that bounces. Visitors bounce because customers from different industries and company sizes are looking for different things on your site. Mutiny enables you to engage them with a tailored experience made just for them, so they get what they want, faster. Companies such as Segment, Brex, Amplitude and Carta are using Mutiny and seeing up to 200% lift in conversion.

Wander

Seed Round in 2012
Wander is a beautiful way to share and experience the world. Founded by Jeremy Fisher, previously founder of Dinevore, and Keenan Cummings. Wander is a TechStars NYC Summer 2012 company.

CodeSee

Seed Round in 2021
CodeSee analyzes the data flowing through your system to maintain an updated map of your system architecture, its components, and the connections between them. Developers can explore at a high level, or dive in and see the data right next to the code. In other words...We make grokking a codebase easy. Developers stop feeling like outsiders and start feeling like high performers. Faster.

Tulip Retail

Series B in 2017
Tulip Retail is the world’s first cloud-based retail platform built exclusively for store associates. It was founded in 2013 by a team of mobile and e-commerce experts who are passionate about shaping the future in-store experience. Dedicated to store associate empowerment, Tulip is bringing the best of online shopping to the selling floor with an intuitive, simple to use mobile app that enables: assisted selling, endless aisle, clienteling, store communications and point of sale. Leading retailers like Saks Fifth Avenue, Kate Spade, Coach, Frye Boots, Bonobos, and Toys”R”Us use Tulip to help them deliver an unparalleled omnichannel shopping experience.

Groove Labs, Inc.

Series B in 2021
Groove Labs, Inc. develops a sales engagement and acceleration platform. It offers Groove, a solution for email and calendar integration; Groove Flow, a solution that enables users to create custom multi-step campaigns, which help reps and account managers to send personalized emails and make informed phone calls. The company also provides Groove Dialer, a solution that helps user to close more deals by eliminating manual tasks and making reps and account managers more strategic and better informed; and performance tracking and analytics solutions. It serves organizations, divisions, and teams ranging from sales leaders, AEs, SDRs, and sales opps to account management leaders and CSMs. Groove Labs, Inc. was incorporated in 2014 and is based in San Francisco, California. It has additional offices in San Diego, California; and Bellevue, Washington.

Wikio

Series A in 2007
Wikio Shopping is an e-commerce platform that enables users to find, compare, and purchase products and services. Users can find deals, consumer reviews, professional tests, photos, and videos on the platform. Wikio was founded by Pierre Chappaz in April 2006 and is based in Paris, Ile-de-France.

Poshmark

Series E in 2017
Poshmark, Inc. owns and operates a social marketplace to buy and sell lifestyle products in the United States. The company offers apparel, footwear, home, and beauty products, as well as accessories. As of September 30, 2020, it had 31.7 million active users, 6.2 million active buyers, and 4.5 million active sellers. The company was formerly known as GoshPosh, Inc. and changed its name to Poshmark, Inc. in 2011. Poshmark, Inc. was incorporated in 2011 and is headquartered in Redwood City, California.

GreatHorn, Inc.

Seed Round in 2016
GreatHorn is a computer software company that provides protection for cloud email systems, via advanced threat detection, automated defense, and integrated incident response. The company specializes in the fields of machine learning, information security, predictive security, and cybersecurity. GreatHorn was founded in 2015 and headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts.

Panorama Education

Series B in 2017
Panorama Education, Inc., a data analytics company, provides survey and analysis programs for K-12 education. The company’s platform provides research-based surveys and feedback data; offers teachers, principals, and district administrators with reports; and analyzes results across classrooms, schools, respondent subgroups, or any demographic data. It helps school districts, charter networks, and state governments to conduct surveys of students, parents, teachers, and staff. In addition, the company provides implementation consultation, technical assistance, and training to its clients in the United States. The company was founded in 2012 and is based in Boston, Massachusetts.

Mashery, Inc.

Seed Round in 2006
Mashery is the world's leading provider of API technology and services. We have helped over 175 top brands—including USA TODAY, Comcast, Hoover's, Klout, Associated Press, Rdio, and Travelocity—take advantage of APIs to build new revenue channels, speed time-to-market, and spur innovation. Mashery's unique, holistic approach to API management encompasses working with clients to craft profitable platform strategies, ensuring fast, reliable API access, and facilitating relationships with our network of developers. Since Mashery was founded in 2006, we have built a global API delivery network that supports 60,000 active apps built by over 200,000 developers. In May 2013, we officially became a part of Intel Corporation.

MakersPlace

Series A in 2021
MakersPlace is an authentic and unique digital creation platform powered by blockchain technology for digital creators. The company enables creators to protect and sell authentic and unique editions of digital creations. The company connects creators with fans and collectors worldwide through a marketplace and network of partners. Creators are able to sign and set a limited supply on the work while delivering proof of authenticity, ownership. and scarcity on the blockchain. With MakersPlace, creators are able to better capture the full underlying value of the digital work. MakersPlace was founded on 2016 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Human Interest

Series D in 2021
Human Interest offers easy and affordable employee retirement plans. Previously, only large companies offered employee retirement plans, leaving more than half of all working Americans without a path to a secure financial future. The company believes that a path to financial independence should be accessible to people in all lines of work.

Bionic Panda Games

Seed Round in 2012
Bionic Panda Games is an Android-focused mobile social games company based in San Francisco, CA. Founded in 2010, the company has assembled a strong team with deep backgrounds in mobile and social game development. The company's first game, Aqua Pets, is live in the Android Market today.

Bunndle

Seed Round in 2010
Bunndle, Inc. provides a distribution platform for applications that helps developers in discovery, user acquisition, and monetization solutions. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in Palo Alto, California.

Shippo

Series B in 2017
Shippo is the leading multi-carrier shipping API and web app for marketplaces, warehouses, and ecommerce businesses. The company processes millions of shipments per month for more than 35,000 customers. Businesses are able to instantly access multiple shipping carriers for real-time rates, shipping labels, international paperwork, package tracking, and return logistics.

Hoodline

Seed Round in 2015
Hoodline powers hyperlocal content discovery across the US. Hoodline’s technology platform, Atlas, analyzes terabytes of unstructured data, identifies and validates the best signals, and through a combination of editorial, machine learning and data science, creates thousands of automated local stories and videos each month.
Looking Glass Factory Inc. develops and manufactures holographic display designed for 3D creators. The company provides Looking Glass, a desktop holographic display that blends light field and volumetric display technologies that allow users to make, share, and interact with 3D creations, content, and experiences. provides volumetric printing services. Its solutions include drug discovery, medical visualization, experiential marketing, and 3D storytelling. It also provides software to manage the holographic displays. The company was incorporated in 2014 and is based in Brooklyn, New York. It has an additional location in Hong Kong.

Snaptalent

Seed Round in 2008
Snaptalent powers a distributed job advertisement network primarily meant for developer listings. Job ads submitted to Snaptalent are displayed on the service's participating websites. A unique feature about the network is that it will detect the IP addresses of website visitors and attempt to identify whether they work for a particular company or attend a particular university. It will then serve up targeted ads that have been designated for, say, employees of Google or students of Carnegie Mellon.

Overflow

Series A in 2021
Overflow is an online donation platform that helps charities accept online donations of publicly-traded stock. Overflow automates the transfer of publicly-traded stocks from donors to nonprofit organizations.

TakeOne

Seed Round in 2020
For employers and project based workforces who work in media production, Wrapbook provides digital profiles that facilitate onboarding, paying and insuring workforces compliantly. Unlike traditional payroll, Wrapbook is easy to use, fast to wrap, and costs less. Wrapbook is enabling the world's very best creative work by empowering producers, creative directors, HR teams & accountants -- and talented cast and crew -- to focus on their great work and less on complex systems and the burdens of compliance & expensive transactional costs.

Foodzie

Seed Round in 2008
Foodzie is an online marketplace where consumers can discover and buy food directly from small artisan producers. The Foodzie technology makes it simple for small producers to sell their products online and aggregate all these products within a marketplace that makes it easy for "foodies" to discover the very best food. They focus on gourmet foods and organic health foods.

Kahuna

Seed Round in 2012
Kahuna creates highly personalized experiences for every buyer and every seller for the world’s leading marketplaces. Kahuna is the platform of choice for meeting the needs of marketplaces, using state of the art machine-learning technology to drive extreme personalization, product and pricing optimization, trust, and engagement. With more than 144 million engaged users, over 4 billion messages sent, and 46 billion optimized events, Kahuna is the proven solution for marketplaces of all sizes. Headquartered in Redwood City, CA, with global locations, Kahuna investors include Sequoia Capital, Tenaya Capital, and Uncork Capital. Learn more at http://www.kahuna.com

Thanx, Inc.

Series A in 2014
Thanx, Inc. owns and operates customer relationship management and digital engagement platform. It provides data based customer insights, customer loyalty rates, campaigns through messages, real time customer feedbacks, revenue reporting, online ordering, and email marketing services. The company was incorporated in 2011 and is based in San Francisco, California.

OneTrueFan

Seed Round in 2010
OneTrueFan is a service that enables users to see who else has viewed and shared the pages they read. Users earn points for engagement -- visiting regularly, reading new content, sharing links and driving traffic -- and can compete to be the biggest fan of a site. Players can also earn badges for specific gameplay achievements, such as regularly being the first person in their social graph to find new pages. The service is distributed as both a web site "widget" and browser plugin. More than 80% of any site's traffic visits once a month or less. In most cases, this traffic results from search engines and social links and less than 24 hours later there is no recall of where the content was consumed. These readers are essential negative value -- they don't remember the brand, they don't click on ads and they don't come back again. Only six to eight percent of a site's traffic are "regulars", defined as visiting at least once a week. These readers drive much of the real value on a web site, regularly contributing comments, sharing content with friends and clicking on advertising. OneTrueFan enables web sites to develop deeper engagement with these regular reader, encouraging them to visit and share content even more often. Post-launch, OneTrue fan will launch a dashboard, enabling web sites get a multi-dimensional view of their readers based upon frequency of visits, amount of content read, regularity of shares and traffic sent. Web site owners can use existing channels, such as Twitter and Facebook, to communicate with readers. OneTrueFan will also offer a series of APIs that enable web sites to customize themselves and offer special incentives and offers to their true fans. In the long-term, OneTrueFan hopes to become a marketplace, enabling virtual currency providers (such as United Airlines and American Express) to provide incentive for passionate readers at large web sites and media companies.

Handshake Corp.

Seed Round in 2012
Handshake Corp. provides an online sales order application. The company’s application enables mobile order writing, Web order management, and back office integration. It serves music, gift, toys, fashion, eyewear, healthcare, and outdoor industries. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in New York, New York. As of May 7, 2019, Handshake Corp. operates as a subsidiary of Shopify Inc.

Phil, Inc.

Series C in 2021
Phil, Inc. provides a prescription management software service for obtaining medications. The company operates a specialty Rx distribution platform that assists patients in managing their medications by automatically refilling based on the prescription cadence. It acts a liaison between patients, prescribers, manufacturers, and pharmacists. The company also provides complimentary home delivery services for medications. Phil, Inc. was incorporated in 2015 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Zenreach

Series B in 2016
Zenreach created Walk-Through Marketing to help businesses with physical locations dramatically improve customer acquisition and lifetime value by connecting digital marketing with in-store results. Zenreach Engage automatically tracks customer visits, effortlessly builds rich customer profiles and keeps them up to date. Zenreach Attract improves ad performance 4x by targeting audiences based on your best customers. Results are measured with our Walk-Through Rate™, a proprietary metric that shows when someone exposed to an ad visits a location. Founded in 2012, Zenreach serves thousands of independent merchants and leading brands like Peet’s Coffee, Ruth’s Chris and BCBG Max Azria.

SendGrid

Series A in 2009
SendGrid is a proven, cloud-based customer communication platform that drives engagement and business growth. SendGrid is a leader in email deliverability and its proven, cloud-based platform successfully delivers over 30 billion emails each month for Internet and mobile-based customers like Airbnb, Pandora, HubSpot, Spotify, Uber and FourSquare as well as more traditional enterprises like Intuit and Costco.

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.

Envoy - helloenvoy.com

Seed Round in 2016
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.

Pienso

Seed Round in 2017
Pienso is a machine learning platform for non-programmers. Pienso’s end to end Intelligent Development Environment allows non-programming experts to create and train their own machine learning models without the need for external support. Founded in 2016 by Birago Jones, CEO and Karthik Dinakar PH.D, CTO. Pienso is headquartered in the Brooklyn Navy Yard’s New Lab in Brooklyn, New York. For more information visit: http://pienso.com/ and follow @Pienso_ML.

TurnHere, Inc.

Seed Round in 2013
SmartShoot gets customers high-quality video & photos by connecting them with trusted professional filmmakers & photographers.

Mob.ly

Series A in 2008
Mob.ly, formerly Goodrec, is a mobile and online recommendation service that provides brief, to-the-point recommendations from friends and trusted sources that launched at TechCrunch50 in 2008. The service makes it easy to make, find and remember actionable recommendations from anywhere: online, via its iPhone application or from any mobile browser. Mobly was acquired by [Groupon](/organization/groupon) in May 2010.

LaunchDarkly

Venture Round in 2015
LaunchDarkly is a Feature Management Platform that serves over 100 billion feature flags daily to help software teams build better software. Feature flagging is an industry best practice of wrapping a new or risky section of code or infrastructure change with a flag. Each flag can easily be turned off independent of code deployment (aka ”dark launching”). Their vision is to eliminate the risk for developers and operations teams from the software development cycle. LaunchDarkly has SDKs for all major web and mobile platforms. They are building a diverse team so that they can offer robust products and services. Their team culture is fast-paced, friendly, and supportive. LaunchDarkly was founded on July 14, 2014, and is headquartered in California, USA.

Centered.app

Seed Round in 2021
Centered is the first Flow State app that brings modern mindfulness techniques into the workplace and productivity industry.

Panorama Education

Series C in 2021
Panorama Education, Inc., a data analytics company, provides survey and analysis programs for K-12 education. The company’s platform provides research-based surveys and feedback data; offers teachers, principals, and district administrators with reports; and analyzes results across classrooms, schools, respondent subgroups, or any demographic data. It helps school districts, charter networks, and state governments to conduct surveys of students, parents, teachers, and staff. In addition, the company provides implementation consultation, technical assistance, and training to its clients in the United States. The company was founded in 2012 and is based in Boston, Massachusetts.

TapRecruit

Venture Round in 2021
Datapeople organizes and augments your recruiting data to help you improve key parts of your hiring process, from the job description candidates first see to the reports you share with your company.

Poka

Seed Round in 2015
Poka is a Web and mobile app that gives factory workers the power to capture, consume and share critical information in real-time on the plant floor, leading to improved productivity. By creating a standardized multimedia knowledge base of procedures, training content and solutions related to each workstation and machine, Poka helps reduce production downtime, improve quality and safety, and facilitate communication across factories, departments and shifts. Poka has become a catalyst for digital transformation among industrial leaders including 12 of the largest manufacturers based on IndustryWeek’s Global 1000 rank.

Fitbit

Series A in 2008
Fitbit inspires people to exercise more, eat better and live healthier lifestyles. The company is developing an ultra-compact wireless wearable sensor, called the Fitbit Tracker, that automatically tracks data about a person's activities, such as calories burned, sleep quality, steps and distance. The Fitbit Tracker collects activity data automatically while it is worn by the user all day. The collected data is wirelessly uploaded to a website where the wearer can see their data and track their progress toward personal goals. The website provides a motivational interface where users can share their progress, compare themselves against similar people and work toward virtual goals with their friends, family and co-workers. At the website, users can also manually log nutrition, weight and other health information in order to gain a complete picture of their health. Fitbit makes it easy to achieve a healthy lifestyle by automating the collection of health data and providing a motivating and entertaining user interface.

Forma AI, Incorporated.

Series A in 2021
Forma AI, Incorporated. develops the software to manage the sales incentives and compensation for the organizations. It offers products such as Forma Operator provides commission compensation processing; Forma Responder manages variable compensation; and Forma Interpreter provides visualization, reporting, and updating of sales payout. Forma AI, Incorporated. was incorporated in 2016 and is based in Toronto, Canada.

Survata

Series B in 2018
Upwave (formerly Survata) is a marketing analytics company providing brand marketing measurement technology to the world's leading brands, agencies, and publishers. Upwave was launched in Y Combinator, and is backed by leading Silicon Valley venture capital investors including Uncork Capital, PivotNorth Capital, Conductive Ventures, Ridge Ventures and Bloomberg Beta. The company is based in San Francisco and New York.

Pared

Series A in 2018
Pared is an on-demand tool for restaurant workers. The company's mission is to make restaurant life easier by connecting restaurant owners and operators with the restaurant staff they need, when they need them. Founded in 2015, the company is headquartered in San Francisco, California, United States.

Trace

Seed Round in 2021
Trace is a cloud platform for intelligent business spend management. We help finance teams get real-time spend visibility, close their books faster and more accurately, and empower their employees while reducing risk. Trace provides flexible purchase workflows built for how businesses spend today. We own the full lifecycle of the transaction from purchase request to payment and reconciliation. Trace was founded with a mission to improve the financial health of all businesses so their people can thrive. We've led Finance teams through hyper-growth, restructurings, and everything in between. We believe Finance teams are most effective when they collaborate with their colleagues and empower them to move fast and make smart decisions. We set out to change how budget-owners and employees experience working with Finance. We want our customers to be the most efficient, insightful, and helpful financial operators. Our team has deep expertise in a massive and fast-growing market. We've built and sold startups in the past, and have a big vision and long horizon for Trace. We want to build with great people above all else. We love beautifully simple products, work hard because we love what we do, and look out for each other like family. Our team is growing! Let’s work together to build the future of Finance.

UserGems

Seed Round in 2021
UserGems is an AI-powered prospecting solution for revenue teams. By delivering prospects that are most likely to convert, UserGems helps companies drive bigger pipeline, faster sales cycle, and larger deals. Whenever your customers change their jobs, UserGems automatically surfaces them as new prospects to your sales reps. This allows your reps to be in front of the right buyers at the right time, and before the competition is. Leveraging machine learning, UserGems automatically identifies other prospects that look exactly like your best customers. That means you get a complete, up-to-date list of leads that match your ideal customer profile, persona and other key criteria without requiring reps to spends hours on researching.

Gigwalk

Series A in 2012
Gigwalk is a SaaS service that helps businesses manage channel execution at scale. Companies can use our network of 1.2 Million freelancers or bring their own team to identify and fix channel execution . Based in San Francisco, California, Gigwalk is backed by August Capital, Harrison Metal, Nokia Growth Partners, Randstad Innovation Fund, SoftTech, Greylock Discovery, Accelerator Ventures, and Founder Collective. For more information, visit www.gigwalk.com.

Torii

Series A in 2021
Torii Labs Ltd. offers SaaS management tool for startups and growing companies. The company was founded in 2017 and is based in Raanana, Israel.

Kahuna

Seed Round in 2013
Kahuna creates highly personalized experiences for every buyer and every seller for the world’s leading marketplaces. Kahuna is the platform of choice for meeting the needs of marketplaces, using state of the art machine-learning technology to drive extreme personalization, product and pricing optimization, trust, and engagement. With more than 144 million engaged users, over 4 billion messages sent, and 46 billion optimized events, Kahuna is the proven solution for marketplaces of all sizes. Headquartered in Redwood City, CA, with global locations, Kahuna investors include Sequoia Capital, Tenaya Capital, and Uncork Capital. Learn more at http://www.kahuna.com

BetterDoctor

Series B in 2017
BetterDoctor, Inc. develops web and mobile apps that let users to find the doctor. Its apps enables users to select what kind of doctor they are looking for, and pick their insurance plan and see a list of verified doctors. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of June 18, 2018, BetterDoctor, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Quest Analytics, L.L.C.

Top Hat

Series A in 2012
As a student engagement and interactive teaching platform, Top Hat’s software helps college professors activate classrooms. In a world of digital distractions, countless academic studies have reinforced the reality that students better understand the day’s lesson if they’re asked to engage with peers, interact with complex material and participate in class. By requiring students to use their personal devices to answer quizzes, reply to polls, and tackle difficult simulations, Top Hat transforms the passive lecture hall into an engaging learning environment. As an advocate for traditional, on-campus education, Top Hat not only modernizes established teaching methods but also facilitates new approaches including the ‘flipped classroom,’ ‘group learning,’ and other creative solutions. Top Hat is headquartered in Toronto, Canada, hosts 120 full-time employees, and has been operating since its 2009 launch behind $22M in venture funding.

Pattern

Seed Round in 2016
Pattern is a intelligent workspace geared towards sales teams. It prepares research for the user, streamlining the process with built in templates. Pattern can also confirm meetings, automate follow-ups, update stale records and research accounts. Lastly, Pattern uses machine learning to surface risk and momentum signals in your pipeline using data from email, calendar, and Salesforce.

TextDigger

Series A in 2009
[TextDigger](http://www.textdigger.com) provides semantic search services to increase the "findability" of a company's internal web pages as well as external pages on major search engines. Their search technology can discern between various meanings of words and matches words to pages where different words are used to describe the same ideas.

XStream Trucking

Series A in 2019
XStream Trucking Inc. develops GapGorilla, a device that eliminates the gap between the tractor and the trailer to increase fuel efficiency. The company also offers TruckWings, an active-aero device that automatically deploys at highway speeds to deliver streamlined aerodynamics, fuel savings, and lower carbon emissions. It serves the long-haul trucking industry. The company was incorporated in 2015 and is based in Redwood City, California.
LOFT ORBITAL SOLUTIONS INC. provides an end-to-end service to host and operate customers' payloads. The company provides satellite platform and integration, standard hardware interfaces, launch booking and integration, finance and insurance solutions to reduce risk and the financial barriers to accessing space, and regulatory compliance and licensing. LOFT ORBITAL SOLUTIONS INC. was incorporated in 2017 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Lantern

Series A in 2016
Finding emotional well-being during life’s twists and turns isn’t easy. Accessing care is at best expensive, and at worst completely out of reach. And that’s where Lantern comes in. Founded in 2012 in San Francisco, they’re a team of researchers, technologists, and clinicians translating clinical research and expertise into simple, effective web and mobile programs based in cognitive behavioral therapy. They’re not about unrealistic promises or get-happy-quick schemes. They’re about removing the stigma and barriers that prevent people from strengthening their emotional selves, offering a holistic approach to making every day better. They envision a world in which people think differently about their mental health–where they feel empowered to take a simple step toward self-improvement. They’re on a mission to make this happen, and they hope you’ll join us.

Human Interest

Series C in 2020
Human Interest offers easy and affordable employee retirement plans. Previously, only large companies offered employee retirement plans, leaving more than half of all working Americans without a path to a secure financial future. The company believes that a path to financial independence should be accessible to people in all lines of work.

Poshmark

Series C in 2015
Poshmark, Inc. owns and operates a social marketplace to buy and sell lifestyle products in the United States. The company offers apparel, footwear, home, and beauty products, as well as accessories. As of September 30, 2020, it had 31.7 million active users, 6.2 million active buyers, and 4.5 million active sellers. The company was formerly known as GoshPosh, Inc. and changed its name to Poshmark, Inc. in 2011. Poshmark, Inc. was incorporated in 2011 and is headquartered in Redwood City, California.

Kongregate, Inc.

Series B in 2007
Jim and Emily Greer started Kongregate 10 years ago with the vision of creating an open platform for indie games with a strong focus on community engagement. Since inception, Kongregate has always prioritized treating developer partners fairly and honestly. This means great games for our players and an engaged audience for our developers. Now, a decade after its introduction, Kongregate is a leading mobile game publisher and web gaming portal. Through our mobile publishing program and the Launchpad & Launchpad X programs, we work closely with game developers to provide a multitude of services to help great games become even better. Kongregate’s mobile games have been downloaded tens of millions of times and have hundreds of millions of gameplays. Kongregate's web portal features over 100,000 free games played by tens of millions of players per month.

Circle of Moms

Seed Round in 2008
Circle of Moms is a parenting social network for mothers to share stories, problems, and tips of motherhood. Users can connect with the moms to whom they are closest and trust most (we call this group their circle of moms), like-minded moms or other users in their community. The site offers public communities such as Toddler Moms, Recipe Swap, Money Saving Tips, communities by birth month for pregnant mothers and mothers of infants, or create a new community of their own. Users can also use the "Moms Near Me" feature to find other moms that live nearby to keep up to date on the best restaurants, events and resources for moms and their families in their local community. Circle of Moms works both on its own social networking site and as a Facebook application.

Animoto Inc.

Series B in 2009
Animoto Inc. develops a web and mobile application that enables users to create professional videos on a computer or mobile device. The company’s application allows users to turn their photos and video clips into professional videos. It allows users to create videos in the areas of wedding, real estate, travel, education, business, holiday, newborn, birthdays, and others. The company serves families, businesses, and photographers. Animoto Inc. was founded in 2005 and is based in New York, New York.

Educents Inc.

Seed Round in 2015
Educents Inc. operates as an online marketplace for selling educational products to students, parents, homeschoolers, and educators in the United States. The company offers science kits, curriculum packs, books, art supplies, math and reading books, and others. It also provides digital products, such as downloads and online programs for international customers. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Escher Reality, Inc

Seed Round in 2017
Escher Reality, Inc develops augmented reality API. It builds a cross-platform toolkit and custom backend for mobile AR developers. The company was incorporated in 2016 and is based in Sunnyvale, California. As of February 1, 2018, Escher Reality, Inc operates as a subsidiary of Niantic, Inc.

Poka

Series B in 2021
Poka is a Web and mobile app that gives factory workers the power to capture, consume and share critical information in real-time on the plant floor, leading to improved productivity. By creating a standardized multimedia knowledge base of procedures, training content and solutions related to each workstation and machine, Poka helps reduce production downtime, improve quality and safety, and facilitate communication across factories, departments and shifts. Poka has become a catalyst for digital transformation among industrial leaders including 12 of the largest manufacturers based on IndustryWeek’s Global 1000 rank.

Crossbeam

Seed Round in 2018
Crossbeam, Inc. develops software-as-a-service (SaaS) based collaborative data platform that helps companies to build partnerships. It offers Crossbeam that helps companies to find overlapping customers and prospects with their partners. The company’s Crossbeam is used to connect data, create populations, make partners, and analyze the overlaps in populations. Crossbeam, Inc. was formerly known as Mtrebor, Inc. The company was founded in 2018 and is based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Driftrock Limited

Venture Round in 2016
Driftrock Limited provides applications and tools for multi-channel marketing. It offers Marketing Overview to pull multi-channel marketing reports into a single place; sync marketing, conversion, and visit data; optimize mobiles; download data to CSV; and assist conversions. The company also provides Open Book to identify the ads and campaigns that work and the ones that do not work, create best performing ads, detect and pause worst performing ads, optimize ad images and text, and manage campaigns on the go. In addition, it offers Lead Response to manage, track, and respond to email leads in real-time; and Swift, a paid Twitter analysis solution for campaigns and tweets with near real-time reporting. The company was incorporated in 2013 and is based in London, United Kingdom.

LaunchDarkly

Series D in 2021
LaunchDarkly is a Feature Management Platform that serves over 100 billion feature flags daily to help software teams build better software. Feature flagging is an industry best practice of wrapping a new or risky section of code or infrastructure change with a flag. Each flag can easily be turned off independent of code deployment (aka ”dark launching”). Their vision is to eliminate the risk for developers and operations teams from the software development cycle. LaunchDarkly has SDKs for all major web and mobile platforms. They are building a diverse team so that they can offer robust products and services. Their team culture is fast-paced, friendly, and supportive. LaunchDarkly was founded on July 14, 2014, and is headquartered in California, USA.

Crossbeam

Series B in 2020
Crossbeam, Inc. develops software-as-a-service (SaaS) based collaborative data platform that helps companies to build partnerships. It offers Crossbeam that helps companies to find overlapping customers and prospects with their partners. The company’s Crossbeam is used to connect data, create populations, make partners, and analyze the overlaps in populations. Crossbeam, Inc. was formerly known as Mtrebor, Inc. The company was founded in 2018 and is based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

ZEFR

Series B in 2011
Zefr is a video advertising company that creates targeted video ad placements with it's unique and proprietary technology. With our custom packages, we leverage both technology and human review to selected individual videos, ensuring brands can safely and effectively scale their video ad campaigns. Why the name Zefr? Before Venice became “Silicon Beach” it was the grimy paradise of the 1970's Zephyr skate team. The Z-boys were a group of broken-home-punks that pioneered today’s skate culture. They did more than just push the physical boundaries of the sport—they created the culture that defines Venice today. At Zefr, we embrace the Z-boy’s drive for innovation, performance, and pushing boundaries. Our motto? Go Big. Go Fast.

Visually, Inc.

Series A in 2014
Visually is the content creation platform that enables businesses to connect with their audiences through engaging, beautiful visual content. The world’s top brands rely on us for premium videos, infographics, ebooks, presentations, web interactives and more — created fast and cost-effectively. With over 1000 certified creative professionals, our clients get access to the best designers, writers, researchers, and developers available, with a wide range of skills to support their business needs. Using our easy-to-use online collaboration platform, clients work closely with their team and enjoy a high-degree of creative control. And they are supported every step of the way—from talent assignment to creative direction—to create content that connects and converts.

Bigfinite

Seed Round in 2017
Aizon is an AI software provider that transforms manufacturing operations with the use of advanced analytics, artificial intelligence, and other smart factory technologies focused on optimizing production within highly regulated industries. The Aizon AI platform seamlessly integrates unlimited sources of structured and unstructured data to deliver actionable insights across all manufacturing sites. Aizon offers an intuitive way to gain meaningful operational intelligence by enabling real-time visibility and predictive insights in a GxP compliant manner with end-to-end data integrity.

Thing Labs

Series A in 2008
Thing Labs builds web-based software that makes it easy to create, share, explore and enjoy content. Founded by Jason Shellen, a former Googler who worked on Blogger and co-created Google Reader, Thing Labs is the company behind Brizzly and Plinky.

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.

Fab

Series B in 2011
Fab sells everyday design products online in the United States, Canada, and Australia. It offers various products in the categories of furniture, kitchen and dining, bed and bath, art, jewelry, and personal accessories, as well as home products. Bradford Shane Shellhammer, Deepa Shah, Jason Goldberg, Nishith Shah, and Sunil Khedar founded Fab in February 2009, with its headquarters in New York City. Fab operates as a subsidiary of PCH International as of March 3, 2015.

Gnip

Series A in 2008
Gnip provides social media data for customers in sectors such as social media monitoring, business intelligence, government, and finance. The company customers deliver social media analytics to over 95% of the Fortune 500. It also delivers more than 120 billion real-time social data activities each month, providing access to data from dozens of sources. Gnip was founded by Eric Marcoullier in March 2008 and is based in Boulder, Colorado with offices in San Francisco, New York, and Washington.

DroneDeploy

Series C in 2018
DroneDeploy is a provider of cloud-control software solutions for drones which include automated flight safety checks, workflows, and real-time mapping and data processing. The company has partnered with leading drone manufacturers like DJI to provide its software to end users in a variety of industries, including agriculture, real estate, mining, construction and many other commercial and consumer arenas. DroneDeploy is compatible with any drone.

Next Big Sound Inc.

Seed Round in 2009
Next Big Sound Inc. provides online music analytics and insights for the music industry. It offers data-driven artist recommendations for brands, and tracks various artists worldwide. The company also delivers analytics tools used by music makers, labels, and marketers looking for data and insights about artists and their fans. In addition, it enables artists and their teams make decisions on where to focus efforts and depleted budgets. Next Big Sound Inc. was formerly known as The Next Big Sound, Inc. The company was incorporated in 2008 and is based in New York, New York. As of July 1, 2015, Next Big Sound Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Pandora Media, Inc.

Human Interest

Series A in 2018
Human Interest offers easy and affordable employee retirement plans. Previously, only large companies offered employee retirement plans, leaving more than half of all working Americans without a path to a secure financial future. The company believes that a path to financial independence should be accessible to people in all lines of work.

Coterie Baby, Inc.

Seed Round in 2012
Coterie, a new online beauty shopping destination, makes discovering and purchasing top beauty products informational, social and effortless. Members can shop a selection of new and best products from their favorite brands, then collect these products in their personal virtual vanity. Based in San Francisco CA, Coterie brings together beauty and technology expertise to create the first pure prestige social shopping website.

Vivid Vision

Seed Round in 2017
Vivid Vision, Inc. develops interactive, immersive, and 3D games for people with amblyopia and strabismus. It offers Vivid Vision software suite that provides interactive tests for eye dominance, suppression, angle of deviation, contrast sensitivity, and more. The company’ Vivid Vision software suite also enables clinicians to monitor and control different aspects of patient's experience from a touchscreen monitor. It offers its products for eye clinics in North America. Vivid Vision, Inc. was formerly known as Apollo VR Corporation and changed its name to Vivid Vision, Inc. in March 2015. The company was incorporated in 2014 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Mint

Series A in 2007
Mint is an extensible, self-hosted web site analytics program. Its interface is an exercise in simplicity. Visits, referrers, popular pages and searches can all be taken in at a glance on Mint's flexible dashboard.

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.

Fountain, Inc.

Seed Round in 2015
Fountain Software Inc. operates an application platform that connects individuals with home and garden experts through video chat, text, and photos with annotations. Its platform enables users to search for and have a two-way interactive conversation with experts working on gardening, plumbing, or design projects. Fountain Software Inc. was incorporated in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of October 29, 2015, Fountain Software Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Porch.Com, Inc.

Worldly Developments

Seed Round in 2010
Worldly Developments is a software development team in San Francisco with a focus on designing social web applications. They are best known for creating the social event discovery service Plancast.

Sapho

Series B in 2017
Sapho empowers employees with a modern portal experience that surfaces personalized and relevant tasks and data using micro-apps. Sapho micro apps are built by IT on top of existing systems using pre-built templates and a drag-and-drop micro app builder. These micro apps available on any device, intranet, or messenger provide employees proactive notifications about interesting system data, actions that need to be completed, and changes in business data that require attention. It was founded in 2014, the company is headquartered in San Bruno, California, United States.

isocket

Seed Round in 2009
iSocket is a technology platform purpose-built to simplify the buying and selling of fixed price, premium, reserved inventory. iSocket For Publishers (iFP) sales automation and programmatic direct tools allow top publisher sales teams to focus on relationships and strategy, while iSocket For Advertisers (iFA) makes it easier for agencies, brands, and buying and planning platforms to execute orders of well-defined, guaranteed inventory directly with top publishers. Through automation, iSocket is able to eliminate many of the errors and overhead costs that plague the manual media sales process.

Coder

Seed Round in 2018
Coder Technologies Inc. develops cloud based integrated development environments (IDE) to write codes on any device. It offers Coder Enterprise that automatically configures, secures, and powers an organization's development environments, allowing developers to focus on the product. The company’s Coder Enterprise enables engineers to continue using the development tools, CI/CD pipelines, source code management systems, and editors. Its Coder Enterprise is used to keep source on servers, source controlled environments, and simplify updates. Coder Technologies Inc. was formerly known as Genesee, Inc. The company was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in Austin, Texas.

ZEFR

Series C in 2012
Zefr is a video advertising company that creates targeted video ad placements with it's unique and proprietary technology. With our custom packages, we leverage both technology and human review to selected individual videos, ensuring brands can safely and effectively scale their video ad campaigns. Why the name Zefr? Before Venice became “Silicon Beach” it was the grimy paradise of the 1970's Zephyr skate team. The Z-boys were a group of broken-home-punks that pioneered today’s skate culture. They did more than just push the physical boundaries of the sport—they created the culture that defines Venice today. At Zefr, we embrace the Z-boy’s drive for innovation, performance, and pushing boundaries. Our motto? Go Big. Go Fast.

Mission Motors

Series A in 2008
[Mission Motor Company](http://www.ridemission.com) (DBA: Mission Motors) is an American company founded in 2007 in San Francisco, California. The company was originally founded with the aim of creating high-performance electric motorcycles, but later focused on being a supplier of electric vehicle components. The company designs and supplies high-performance EV powertrains, including energy storage systems, drive systems and software, to the vehicle manufacturers, targeting a wide range of applications—including battery-electric, plug-in hybrid electric and hybrid-electric vehicles.

SocialMedia.com

Series A in 2007
SocialMedia.com makes digital advertising better through People Powered Advertisements that leverage people's social relationships in the ad units. They have ad formats incorporating Twitter, social networks, and community websites. People Powered advertising makes digital advertising better by amplifying people's personal endorsements to friends or communities. SocialMedia.com's People Powered Ad formats: Twitter Pulse — Twitter Pulse ads run within IAB standard units anywhere on the web. The ads show readers the latest Tweets matching the campaign's filters and prompt them to share tweets of their own. Friend To Friend — Friend to Friend ads run within social networks. Users first see an opt-in ad with an option to share their opinion with friends. If the user decides to participate, their response will be shared with friends who visit a SocialMedia.com ad in the future in the form of a light, yet effective, endorsement. Community Poll — Community Poll taps into the opinions of a website's community to deliver compelling feedback about how the audience feels about a subject. Community ads can run on any web content vertical. Community Stream — Community Stream shares personal endorsements about your product from a web community's pool of passionate readers.

Survata

Seed Round in 2013
Upwave (formerly Survata) is a marketing analytics company providing brand marketing measurement technology to the world's leading brands, agencies, and publishers. Upwave was launched in Y Combinator, and is backed by leading Silicon Valley venture capital investors including Uncork Capital, PivotNorth Capital, Conductive Ventures, Ridge Ventures and Bloomberg Beta. The company is based in San Francisco and New York.

Shippo

Series C in 2020
Shippo is the leading multi-carrier shipping API and web app for marketplaces, warehouses, and ecommerce businesses. The company processes millions of shipments per month for more than 35,000 customers. Businesses are able to instantly access multiple shipping carriers for real-time rates, shipping labels, international paperwork, package tracking, and return logistics.

ClassDojo, Inc.

Series A in 2013
ClassDojo, Inc. operates an online school communication platform that connects teachers, students, and families to build communities by sharing what’s being learned in the classroom home through photos, videos, and messages. The company was formerly known as Class Twist, Inc. and changed its name to ClassDojo, Inc. in December 2017. ClassDojo, Inc. was founded in 2011 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Molekule

Seed Round in 2016
Molekule is a San Francisco-based science and clean air company that has developed a fundamentally new approach to cleaning air. While current air purifiers are essentially trying to catch pollutants in filters, Molekule uses nanotechnology to break down and completely eliminate pollutants on a molecular level.

Kahuna

Series B in 2015
Kahuna creates highly personalized experiences for every buyer and every seller for the world’s leading marketplaces. Kahuna is the platform of choice for meeting the needs of marketplaces, using state of the art machine-learning technology to drive extreme personalization, product and pricing optimization, trust, and engagement. With more than 144 million engaged users, over 4 billion messages sent, and 46 billion optimized events, Kahuna is the proven solution for marketplaces of all sizes. Headquartered in Redwood City, CA, with global locations, Kahuna investors include Sequoia Capital, Tenaya Capital, and Uncork Capital. Learn more at http://www.kahuna.com

LiveRamp

Venture Round in 2011
LiveRamp is the leading data connectivity platform for the safe and effective use of data. Powered by core identity resolution capabilities and an unparalleled network, LiveRamp enables companies and their partners to better connect, control, and activate data to transform customer experiences and generate more valuable business outcomes. LiveRamp’s fully interoperable and neutral infrastructure delivers end-to-end addressability for the world’s top brands, agencies, and publishers. For more information, visit www.LiveRamp.com.

test.ai

Series A in 2018
Test.ai provides an AI-powered test automation platform to help organizations deliver quality mobile app experiences. The platform scales and can test thousands of apps in parallel without the need to code or maintain tests. Test.ai automates testing for the most impactful user experiences so that app teams can focus on improving them. The team at test.ai wrote the book on testing— having worked on some of the world’s most used software such as Chrome and Bing and co-authoring books such as How Google Tests Software and App Quality: Secrets for Agile App Teams. Test.ai is dedicated to elevating the quality of the world’s apps and is uniquely qualified to do so.

Kissmetrics

Series A in 2009
Kissmetrics offers behavioral analytics, segmentation, and email campaign automation all in one place. The company connect their experiment results to key business metrics they already track using Kissmetric, streamlines workflow by reviewing experiment results in their familiar Kissmetrics dashboard, and uncover new insights about your experiment using Kissmetrics capabilities Founded in 2008, Kissmetrics is run by a team of designers, developers, and entrepreneurs that are passionate about helping online businesses measure, grow, and monetize.

Panorama Education

Seed Round in 2013
Panorama Education, Inc., a data analytics company, provides survey and analysis programs for K-12 education. The company’s platform provides research-based surveys and feedback data; offers teachers, principals, and district administrators with reports; and analyzes results across classrooms, schools, respondent subgroups, or any demographic data. It helps school districts, charter networks, and state governments to conduct surveys of students, parents, teachers, and staff. In addition, the company provides implementation consultation, technical assistance, and training to its clients in the United States. The company was founded in 2012 and is based in Boston, Massachusetts.

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.

Hired

Seed Round in 2013
Hired is a career marketplace that matches tech talent with innovative companies. Users on the Hired platform receive objective guidance throughout the interview process from a dedicated Talent Advocate, as well as the ability to compare new opportunities side by side so they can make their next career move with confidence. Employers get access to a hand-picked pool of candidates who are interested in new roles, as well as unmatched transparency into competing offers so they can recruit and hire with insight. The end result is an efficient, effective and enjoyable experience that’s far faster than traditional methods.

Sameroom

Series A in 2013
Sameroom is an online platform to help teams communicate with users on different chat platforms. It provides real-time interoperability between Slack and other chat systems through virtual tubes or by giving users the ability to connect multiple teams together on all different services. Sameroom was launched by Andrei Soroker and Peter Hizalev in March 2015 and is based in Oakland, California.

Fritz

Series A in 2020
Fritz Labs Incorporated develops a platform to deploy and manage machine learning algorithms for mobile developers. It offers Fritz AI that enables iOS and Android developers to collect datasets, import datasets, model training and retraining, generate data, and build machine learning models. The company’s platform enables an application's machine learning algorithms to operate on smartphones. Its platform is used to create photo and video tools, e-commerce solutions, augmented and virtual reality solutions. The company also provides services in the areas of datasets, modeling and training, app development, and on-device deployment. The company was incorporated in 2017 and is based in Boston, Massachusetts.

Milo

Series A in 2009
Milo, a product search space, enables shoppers to research products online and buy locally while tracking real-time availability and price

Lantern

Venture Round in 2014
Finding emotional well-being during life’s twists and turns isn’t easy. Accessing care is at best expensive, and at worst completely out of reach. And that’s where Lantern comes in. Founded in 2012 in San Francisco, they’re a team of researchers, technologists, and clinicians translating clinical research and expertise into simple, effective web and mobile programs based in cognitive behavioral therapy. They’re not about unrealistic promises or get-happy-quick schemes. They’re about removing the stigma and barriers that prevent people from strengthening their emotional selves, offering a holistic approach to making every day better. They envision a world in which people think differently about their mental health–where they feel empowered to take a simple step toward self-improvement. They’re on a mission to make this happen, and they hope you’ll join us.

Hired

Series B in 2014
Hired is a career marketplace that matches tech talent with innovative companies. Users on the Hired platform receive objective guidance throughout the interview process from a dedicated Talent Advocate, as well as the ability to compare new opportunities side by side so they can make their next career move with confidence. Employers get access to a hand-picked pool of candidates who are interested in new roles, as well as unmatched transparency into competing offers so they can recruit and hire with insight. The end result is an efficient, effective and enjoyable experience that’s far faster than traditional methods.

Stitch, Inc.

Seed Round in 2012
Stitch, Inc. offers a managed ETL service for developers. It helps users in connecting to all their data sources and sends to SaaS tools to streams that data to their warehouse. It serves developers and small businesses. The company was founded in 2016 and is based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. As of November 9, 2018, Stitch, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Talend Inc..

RedCap Automotive Technology

Seed Round in 2013
RedCap is a platform that operates as a membership-based, premium driver-on-demand service. Its appointments solution is user-friendly and uses sophisticated capacity management algorithms to guide their BDC and customers on their website to properly schedule service appointments at intervals that smooth out daily demand.

Groove Labs, Inc.

Seed Round in 2016
Groove Labs, Inc. develops a sales engagement and acceleration platform. It offers Groove, a solution for email and calendar integration; Groove Flow, a solution that enables users to create custom multi-step campaigns, which help reps and account managers to send personalized emails and make informed phone calls. The company also provides Groove Dialer, a solution that helps user to close more deals by eliminating manual tasks and making reps and account managers more strategic and better informed; and performance tracking and analytics solutions. It serves organizations, divisions, and teams ranging from sales leaders, AEs, SDRs, and sales opps to account management leaders and CSMs. Groove Labs, Inc. was incorporated in 2014 and is based in San Francisco, California. It has additional offices in San Diego, California; and Bellevue, Washington.

Huckleberry

Series A in 2019
At Huckleberry, they’re on a mission to give small business owners back time. Over the last decade, software has replaced most paper-based business management systems – from accounting, to tax preparation, to payments. But commercial insurance is still bought and managed almost entirely offline, in a process that can involve layers of bureaucracy and take weeks to complete.

August Home Inc.

Seed Round in 2013
August Home Inc develops smart home access products that use encrypted locking technology. It enables users to create virtual keys for their home and grant access to house cleaners, dog walkers, delivery services, guests, friends, and family, and control how long that access lasts from their smartphones and computers. August Home Inc was incorporated in 2012 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of December 5, 2017, August Home Inc. operates as a subsidiary of ASSA ABLOY AB (publ).

Get Satisfaction, Inc.

Seed Round in 2009
Based in San Francisco, Get Satisfaction provides an online community platform connecting companies with customers to foster relationships that unlock new value for both sides. Companies of all sizes and industries—from Kellogg's and P&G to [Sonos](/organization/sonos), [HootSuite](/organization/hootsuite) and [SugarCRM](/organization/sugarcrm)—rely on Get Satisfaction to deliver online communities that modernize customer support, accelerate sales, differentiate their brand and inspire new innovations. Get Satisfaction's community platform offers the fastest time to value for companies ready to embrace the way today’s customers want to engage.

Hired

Series C in 2016
Hired is a career marketplace that matches tech talent with innovative companies. Users on the Hired platform receive objective guidance throughout the interview process from a dedicated Talent Advocate, as well as the ability to compare new opportunities side by side so they can make their next career move with confidence. Employers get access to a hand-picked pool of candidates who are interested in new roles, as well as unmatched transparency into competing offers so they can recruit and hire with insight. The end result is an efficient, effective and enjoyable experience that’s far faster than traditional methods.

Revnetics

Seed Round in 2010
RevNetics, Inc. develops Web-based application for mobile phones that helps to find friends and family on map. RevNetics, Inc. was incorporated in 2009 and is based in San Francisco. California.