First Round Capital

First Round Capital is a venture capital firm willing to invest in pre-revenue companies, often providing a company's first outside capital. The partners look to take an active role in most of the companies they invest in. First Round Capital invests nationally and has additional offices in San Francisco and New York. The firm's typical initial investment is around $500,000. First Round Capital has coordinated the first ever VC-sponsored Exchange Fund. This fund allows qualified First Round Capital entrepreneurs to contribute a small piece of the stock they own in their company and share in the performance of all the other companies in the fund. Members of the First Round Capital Community have raised over $2.5 billion in follow-on capital to date. First Rounds's $20 million in total initial investments (in those companies that have been in the portfolio for over a year) have been followed by $850 million in financing from later-stage venture firms - a roughly 36-1 ratio.

Meka Asonye

Partner

Hayley Barna

Partner

Brett Berson

Partner

Cristina Cordova

Partner

Jeff Donnon

CFO

Chris Fralic

Board Partner

Amy Fu

VP, Investments

Rob Hayes

Board Partner

Todd Jackson

Partner

Josh Kopelman

Partner

JM

Joshua Marc Kopelman

Co-founder, Founding Partner, MD, General Partner and Partner

Howard Morgan

Co-Founder

Whitnie Narcisse

SVP

Vikram Ramakrishnan

Associate

Bill Trenchard

Partner

832 past transactions

Aggregate Knowledge

Series A in 2006
Aggregate Knowledge (AK) is the only media intelligence company that offers advertisers and agencies an exact science to pinpoint where to reach highest performing customers in a single platform. AK’s patented media intelligence platform (MIP) is the only data management solution that combines both media and audience data, enabling marketers to most effectively allocate media dollars, resulting in increased reach, higher sales and dramatically improved media spend efficiency.

Adaptly

Series A in 2011
Adaptly, Inc. provides digital advertising solutions. It develops tools for running ads across social networks. Its solutions include personalized planning and strategy, activation and optimization, and analysis and reporting. The company was incorporated in 2010 and is based in New York, New York with additional offices Chicago, Illinois; Los Angeles and San Francisco, California; Detroit, Michigan; and London, United Kingdom. As of December 20, 2018, Adaptly, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Accenture plc.

Pocket Change Inc.

Series A in 2012
Pocket Change Inc. operates an online monetization and distribution platform which enables iOS and Android game developers to monetize their apps via a token system. It also enables the user to earn virtual credits by using mobile apps, later these credits can be redeemed for products in the pocket change store. Pocket Change Inc. was formerly known as Lunch Money Co. The company was incorporated in 2011 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Moat, Inc.

Series B in 2012
Moat is a free search engine for display ads. Moat also offers heatmap analytics and resources for creative. Online ads tend to be transient: visible one second and gone the next. Whether you want to see the ads from a particular brand, discover new advertisers, or get inspiration from innovative creative campaigns, the need for a centralized ad search is evident. Enter: Moat. Moat Ad Search is a search engine that focuses entirely on ads instead of other kinds of online content. Similar to traditional search engines, its results are compiled using a web crawler that is specifically tuned to look for ads on the web and index them for later retrieval. Moat also accepts submissions from advertisers and agencies that wish to have their ads included.

RightHook, Inc.

Venture Round in 2017
RightHook's tools and platforms allow automotive, aviation and other robotic applications to test in the harshest conditions on earth, safely. RightHook has taken the best from robotics, artificial intelligence and proven web scale technologies to provide the ultimate solution for development and testing.RightHook is the leader in autonomous system simulation specializing in Automotive, Aerospace, and Service Delivery.

Manifest

Seed Round in 2013
Manifest is a product ads platform that helps retailers realize the potential of their catalogs by determining which products to promote across Facebook, Google and others. Customers have used Manifest to optimize over 14 million products in 4 billion ads and have generated over $70 million in ROI-positive revenue. Beyond retargeting, Manifest's Matching Engine helps retailers prospect for new customers as well as activate and re-engage existing customers by exposing them to products they have not yet discovered. Top retailers including Neiman Marcus, Gilt, One Kings Lane and LivingSocial use Manifest, which is backed by investment from First Round Capital, Softtech VC, Cowboy Ventures, and others.

RaiseMe

Series A in 2017
The college landscape today is broken for millions of students. Equal access to higher ed has become one of the greatest issues of our time. At RaiseMe, we're reinventing educational pathways and changing the way students access billions of dollars each year in financial aid for college. Rather than waiting until the end of high school to award financial aid, which is too late to affect students' college ambitions or specific application decisions, RaiseMe enables students to earn "micro-Scholarships" automatically throughout high school based on their individual achievements in and outside of the classroom. Students have already earned over $2 billion in micro-scholarships from our university partners. We're on the look out for talented individuals to help us build a large, impactful business and a product that will change millions of lives.

Kubecost

Seed Round in 2021
Kubecost gives you visibility into your Kubernetes resources to reduce spend and prevent resource-based outages

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.

Monetate

Seed Round in 2008
Monetate, Inc. develops a personalization software solution that enables marketers to create a relevant and personalized customer experience. The company’s solutions include testing and optimization, segmentation and targeting, 1-to-1 personalization, recommendations, data integrations and APIS, audience insights, and customer data management. It serves brands and retailers worldwide. Monetate, Inc. has a strategic partnership with Bazaarvoice, Inc. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania. It has additional locations in the United States, Canada, Mexico, South America, Europe, Middle East, and Africa.

Flowgram

Seed Round in 2008
[Flowgram](http://www.flowgram.com) is a way to share Web pages, photos, and videos in a browser-based player that acts like an interactive screencast. The company is headed by [Abhay Parekh](http://www.crunchbase.com/person/abhay-parekh), the co-founder of FastForward Networks (which was sold to Inktomi for $1.3 billion in 2000) and an ex-[Accel](http://www.crunchbase.com/financial-organization/accel-partners) Venture Partner.

SAY Media

Series B in 2006
Say Media is a digital publishing company. Through its award-winning Tempest publishing platform and media services, Say Media enables its portfolio of independent content creators to build passionate communities around key consumer interest areas such as Style, Living, Food and Tech. The company provides simple and accountable ways for the world’s top brands to engage with these passionate audiences, at scale, with a reach of more than 400 million people around the world. Say Media is headquartered in San Francisco and New York, with offices across North America, in the UK and Australia.

Ascend

Seed Round in 2021
Ascend is a modern, all-in-one payments solution purpose-built for insurance. We automate insurance payments end-to-end — from online customer payments including premium financing to the distribution of commissions and carrier payables. We help digital distributors sell more insurance by simplifying operations, reducing payment friction and delivering the modern checkout experience customers expect.

Mashery, Inc.

Series B in 2008
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.

BRIGHT

Seed Round in 2015
Bright offers residential solar for the developing world at $0 upfront. They operating first in Mexico, where electricity rates are 2-3x (that of the US), there's 40% more sun, and installation costs are half as much.

Upstart Network, Inc.

Seed Round in 2012
Upstart Network, Inc. develops and operates a peer-to-peer online lending marketplace that serves as a platform for obtaining fixed rate personal loans. Its model considers credit history, education, area of study, and employment history to lend money to borrowers. The company was incorporated in 2012 and is based in San Mateo, California. Upstart Network, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Upstart Holdings, Inc.

Gregor Diagnostics

Seed Round in 2018
Gregor Diagnostics Inc. develops molecular diagnostics screening tests for prostate cancer. It offers a system to maintain biomarker stability in the seminal fluid. Gregor Diagnostics Inc. was founded in 2016 and is based in Madison, Wisconsin.

PullString

Series B in 2012
PullString, Inc., an entertainment and technology company, develops an interactive application that enables computer conversation with characters. The company focuses on content authoring software and artificial intelligence platform that enables to create conversations with digital and physical characters. It produces conversation-based narrative game for play on Facebook Messenger; entertainment applications that enable kids to have real conversations with various fun and quirky characters; and PullString platform to create computer conversation. The company also produces conversational experiences for various characters. PullString, Inc. was formerly known as ToyTalk, Inc. and changed its name to PullString, Inc. in April 2016. The company was incorporated in 2011 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Gregarious, Inc.

Seed Round in 2021
Greg is changing the way humans live alongside plants. We believe that everyone should understand how plants work and be able to participate in solutions to the existential challenges our planet is facing, from food system insecurity to collapsing ecosystems. We've started by creating a delightful mobile app that helps people grow thriving plants. Our community has grown from 100 beta users in August 2020 to over 50,000 active users today. Plants have been watered with Greg over 1M times, and partners like The Sill and over 100 other retailers have started sharing Greg to help their customers care for newly-purchased plants.

DeepFraud AI

Seed Round in 2019
DeepFraud Technologies Inc., doing business as EvolutionIQ, operates a predictive analytics platform for general liability, workers compensation, and group disability insurance businesses. It offers EvolutionIQ that applies AI and data collection to claims analytics for time series analytics, individualized medical processing and variation, and claim notes and natural language processing. The company’s EvolutionIQ also provides intelligent fraud and malingering detection, and predictive claim processing. The company was founded in 2018 and is based in New York, New York.

Truveris, Inc.

Series A in 2011
Truveris brings transparency to the prescription drug ecosystem through data-driven innovations. Truveris’ platform offers customers – from the individual patient to employers, retailers, pharmacy benefits stakeholders, and manufacturers – the data and insights they need to effectively and efficiently manage rising costs and market access challenges. Based in Manhattan, Truveris is backed by Canaan Partners, New Leaf Venture Partners, Tribeca Venture Partners, New Atlantic Ventures and First Round Capital.

Legion

Seed Round in 2016
Legion Technologies, Inc. develops workforce engagement platform. It offers Legion, an artificial intelligence, big data, and cloud native platform that is used to ingest, store, and process data, allowing users to future-proof their workforce management investment. The company’s products also include demand forecasting, labor optimization, automated scheduling, employee engagement, and time and attendance. In addition, it offers services in the areas of implementation, training, customer success, and support. The company’s products are used in compliance, budget control, improve retail sales, and workforce sharing applications. It serves retail, food services, health and fitness clubs, and hospitality industries. Legion Technologies, Inc. was founded in 2016 and is based in Redwood City, California. It has additional office in Hudson, Ohio; Chicago, Illinois; and Milton, Georgia.

Alt Platform, Inc.

Seed Round in 2021
Alt is an alternative asset platform that allows people to buy, sell, and store sports cards. Its mission is to increase the transparency and liquidity of alternative assets. The company was founded in 2020 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Legion

Series B in 2020
Legion Technologies, Inc. develops workforce engagement platform. It offers Legion, an artificial intelligence, big data, and cloud native platform that is used to ingest, store, and process data, allowing users to future-proof their workforce management investment. The company’s products also include demand forecasting, labor optimization, automated scheduling, employee engagement, and time and attendance. In addition, it offers services in the areas of implementation, training, customer success, and support. The company’s products are used in compliance, budget control, improve retail sales, and workforce sharing applications. It serves retail, food services, health and fitness clubs, and hospitality industries. Legion Technologies, Inc. was founded in 2016 and is based in Redwood City, California. It has additional office in Hudson, Ohio; Chicago, Illinois; and Milton, Georgia.

Cocoon

Series A in 2021
Cocoon is a platform that provides employee leave benefits from compliance to payroll.

Aster Data Systems

Series B in 2009
Teradata Aster is a leading innovator in Big Data Analytics, helping companies analyze and extract business value from all their data.

Solve Media

Series B in 2013
Solve Media, Inc. develops a hosted security platform for publishers, advertisers, and agencies. It offers an online and mobile advertising platform that creates branding opportunities (for brands) to engage consumers through CAPTCHA, displays, videos, pre-rolls, and mobile formats. The company provides its solutions to protect Website publishers from automated submissions, spams, attacks, and other fraudulent activities; and increase brand message deliveries, recall rates, and return on investments for advertisers. Solve Media, Inc. was formerly known as AdCopy, Inc. and changed its name to Solve Media, Inc. in September 2010. The company was incorporated in 2009 and is based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with additional offices in New York, New York; Dearborn, Michigan; Chicago, Illinois; San Francisco and Los Angeles, California; and London, United Kingdom. As of October 23, 2015, Solve Media, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Adiant.

Odeko

Seed Round in 2019
Odeko was born out of years of looking for the technology product that would propel the small business sector in America into the competitive, global race that is today’s economy. You’re no longer just trying to beat the other store across town. You’ve got multinational corporations on the corner, technology giants delivering to your customer’s door step, and huge financial institutions bank rolling and consolidating your industry.

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.

Beyond Games

Series A in 2015
Beyond Games is a San Francisco based team of world class artists, designers, and engineers with a passion for production quality, attention to detail, and designs that favor collaborative goals, shared spaces, massively concurrent systems, and strategic depth.

Promise

Series B in 2022
Promise Network Inc. develops an application platform that provides an evidence-based program offering holistic support for participants, reducing recidivism, and forging safer communities. Its application provides services, including intake and assessment, which includes assess risks and needs, develop care plan, care kit, and view progress; ongoing support, which includes care team communication, service coordination, calendar and reminders, and proof of attendance; supervision and oversight, which includes total transparency, dashboard and analytics, reports for court, and electronic monitoring. The company was founded in 2017 and is based in Oakland, California.

Flurry, Inc.

Series B in 2010
Flurry is an application that provides analytics for businesses to monitor the trends and habits of mobile users across multiple mobile applications. Flurry’s mobile analytics solution enables businesses to understand how consumers interact with their mobile applications. Over 125,000 companies use Flurry’s analytics platform in more than 400,000 applications to measure audience reach, engagement, retention, conversions, revenue, and more. The service is completely free, takes just five minutes for basic integration, and is continuously updated with the industry's advanced features. Flurry Analytics is available for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, HTML5, hybrid apps, mobile/web, Blackberry, and JavaME.

Wakie

Venture Round in 2020
Wakie develops mobile applications. The company offers mobile applications for real live human wake up calls through a community of people waking people. Wakie’s applications include Budist, a Russian-language wake-up app and Wakie, an international version of the wake up service. The company was formerly known as Budist.ru LLC. Wakie was founded in 2011 and is based in Moscow, Russia.

Transpera

Series A in 2007
Transpera is a mobile technology company that provides a comprehensive platform for monetizing videos on mobile phones. Transpera services online content owners, network operators and advertisers by providing their patent-pending advertising platform and bridging technology -- an all-in-one style solution for connecting the necessary pieces involved in successful and profitable mobile video deployments. Transpera powers mobile video services for internet video brands including MTV Networks, Discovery Networks, Fox Reality Channel, the Travel Channel, CBS News, Associated Press, AccuWeather.com, Revision3, Next New Networks, Break.com, maniaTV, eBaumsworld and Zoovision among others.

Invite Media

Series A in 2009
Invite Media is a stealth mode company located in Philadelphia, PA. They are currently working with a team of Wharton statisticians to develop media buying optimization technology for the display advertising market.

Chloe + Isabel

Series A in 2011
Chloe and Isabel, Inc manufactures and markets hand-crafted jewelry for women. It offers necklaces, earrings, bracelets, rings, charms and chains, hair products, pins, beauty and home products, bags, and accessories. The company sells its products through merchandisers in the United States, as well as online. Chloe and Isabel, Inc was incorporated in 2010 and is based in New York, New York.

LiveControl

Series A in 2021
LiveControl is your dedicated camera operator, controlled remotely for a fraction of the price. No more managing volunteers, expensive outside hires, or boring wide shots. LiveControl integrates directly with existing livestream equipment and servers such as StreamSpot and Boxcast. Need equipment? LiveControl also provides the best streaming equipment and installation for the lowest price on the market. Outsource your camera work with LiveControl today.

Pagevamp

Seed Round in 2013
Pagevamp is the easiest and fastest way to publish a website. Pagevamp allows users to create and update their website from their Facebook Page in one click. Rather than forcing users to learn a whole new site creation and management interface, Pagevamp lets its users update their website from a platform they already know: Facebook. Now anyone can create a good looking and up-to-date website using Pagevamp. Prior to Pagevamp, co-founders Vincent Sanchez-Gomez, Atulya Pandey, and Fred Wang ran a small traditional design agency where they learned that many small business and organization websites never got updated because the existing platforms (cms and wysiwyg) were too difficult to manage without a web expert on hand. They created the first version of Pagevamp at PennApps Hackathon Fall 2012 and released Pagevamp's first public beta in late March, 2013.

Jelli, Inc.

Series B in 2015
Jelli, Inc. operates as a cloud-based advertising company for the radio market in the United States. It offers SpotPlan, a Web-based programmatic buying platform for buying radio advertising; RadioSpot, a cloud-based advertising server for broadcast radio, and automating terrestrial radio advertising; and RadioDash, a campaign dashboard for radio campaigns. The company was incorporated in 2007 and is based in San Mateo, California. As of December 31, 2018, Jelli, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of iHeartMedia, Inc.

Rover

Seed Round in 2011
A Place for Rover, Inc. operates a community for dog lovers to connect owners with sitters for home dog stays. The platform offers insurance for all services booked through Rover, secure online payments, customer support, vet consultations, a 24/7 team of safety experts, Rover Cards with walk mapping and activity tracking, mobile applications, photo and video sharing, and general background checks for sitters. A Place for Rover, Inc. was founded in 2011 and is based in Olympia, Washington.

OpenX

Series B in 2007
OpenX powers highly relevant advertising at global scale, delivering quality and value to brands, publishers and consumers across every type of connected screen and ad format. The company’s leading technology aggregates, curates and values consumer interest in real time on one of the world’s largest and highest quality ad exchanges to ensure marketers reach exactly the audience they want. OpenX serves more than 30,000 of the world’s most recognized brands, more than 1,200 websites and more than 2,000 premium mobile apps.

Opzi

Angel Round in 2010
Opzi was a knowledge management platform, styled as a "Quora for the enterprise," that became the First Round Network.

Mashery, Inc.

Series C in 2010
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.

Beautiful.AI

Series A in 2018
The Beautiful.AI team has spent decades working on presentations—writing them, designing them, and building software to make them. During that time, we’ve watched way too many people bang their heads against the wall trying to turn ideas into visual presentations. And so we decided to do something about it. We believe that the only way to guarantee good presentation design is to build the intelligence of a designer directly into the tool. Thus, Beautiful.AI suggests ways to visualize your ideas and makes it incredibly easy to customize the design. It knows what’s on your slide, what you might add later, and how to adjust the layout when you do. (And we’d like to think it has pretty good taste, too). We are constantly working to make Beautiful.AI better—adding more templates and design options, improving our recommendations, and making it even easier for you to do beautiful work. Whatever it takes to help you inspire more people, close more deals, win more pitches, and get more sleep.

FanBridge

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

Subscript

Seed Round in 2021
Subscript is a subscription intelligence platform that helps finance teams in tracking and comprehending subscription metrics. The company develops financial assistance software that is used to track and comprehend subscription metrics.

Swift Navigation, Inc.

Series B in 2017
Swift Navigation, Inc. develops hardware and software in the area of global positioning system (GPS). It offers Piksi Multi GNSS Module, a multi-band, multi-constellation RTK GNSS receiver that provides centimeter-level accuracy; Duro Ruggedized Receiver, a ruggedized version of the Piksi Multi RTK GNSS receiver for agricultural, robotics, maritime, and outdoor industrial applications; Skylark cloud corrections service; Starling, a GNSS positioning engine designed for automotive and autonomous vehicle applications; and accessories, such as GNSS modules, radios, antennas, and cables. It offers its products online. Swift Navigation, Inc. was founded in 2012 and is based in San Francisco, California with an additional location in Melbourne, Australia.

Aster Data Systems

Angel Round in 2005
Teradata Aster is a leading innovator in Big Data Analytics, helping companies analyze and extract business value from all their data.

MIRROR

Series A in 2018
Mirror is a connected fitness system that streams live and on-demand classes to users in-home through a sleek responsive display. Its connected fitness platform streams live and on-demand classes to users in-home, which the content is then personalized in real-time using a combination of user feedback and biometric data that enable users to receive access to a selection of live and on-demand classes across a variety of genres, including cardio, strength training, and yoga. Mirror was established in 2016 and is headquartered in New York.

RaiseMe

Seed Round in 2015
The college landscape today is broken for millions of students. Equal access to higher ed has become one of the greatest issues of our time. At RaiseMe, we're reinventing educational pathways and changing the way students access billions of dollars each year in financial aid for college. Rather than waiting until the end of high school to award financial aid, which is too late to affect students' college ambitions or specific application decisions, RaiseMe enables students to earn "micro-Scholarships" automatically throughout high school based on their individual achievements in and outside of the classroom. Students have already earned over $2 billion in micro-scholarships from our university partners. We're on the look out for talented individuals to help us build a large, impactful business and a product that will change millions of lives.

Yummly

Seed Round in 2010
Yummly enables its users to search for recipes by ingredient, diet, allergy, nutrition, taste, calories, fat, price, cuisine, time, course, and source. The Yummly app is available for iPhone, iPad, Android, and Windows. Yummly, Inc. was founded in 2009 and is based in Redwood City, California.

Swift Navigation, Inc.

Seed Round in 2014
Swift Navigation, Inc. develops hardware and software in the area of global positioning system (GPS). It offers Piksi Multi GNSS Module, a multi-band, multi-constellation RTK GNSS receiver that provides centimeter-level accuracy; Duro Ruggedized Receiver, a ruggedized version of the Piksi Multi RTK GNSS receiver for agricultural, robotics, maritime, and outdoor industrial applications; Skylark cloud corrections service; Starling, a GNSS positioning engine designed for automotive and autonomous vehicle applications; and accessories, such as GNSS modules, radios, antennas, and cables. It offers its products online. Swift Navigation, Inc. was founded in 2012 and is based in San Francisco, California with an additional location in Melbourne, Australia.

Spring Discovery, Inc

Series A in 2018
Spring Discovery is accelerating the discovery of therapies for aging. By targeting the biological processes of aging itself, we aim to uncover new therapies for the diseases of old age — from cardiovascular to neurodegenerative disease — and increase our healthy lifespans. We've built a machine learning platform to accelerate experimentation for discovering such therapies. We're hiring! https://www.springdisc.com/#careers

Rockmelt

Series A in 2009
Rockmelt is a social web browser built off of Chromium and boasts deep integration with both Facebook and Twitter with its "Edges" which are filled with friends that are online and feeds that you follow complete with update badges. It also sports what some believe to be the next big search revolution. Unlike Google's universal navigation field, RockMelt has a dedicated search field that shows complete search results as a drop down overtop web pages. This is helpful when switching between different search results from one single query. Rockmelt also has its own URL shortener me.lt. The browser is supported on both Windows and OS X platforms. It is backed by one of Silicon Valley's most well-known personalities, Marc Andreessen. The principal engineer for Netscape Navigator, Robert John Churchill, is the principal engineer for RockMelt as well.

RockYou

Series A in 2007
RockYou, Inc. develops and runs an in-game video advertising platform for premium brands for connecting them to users. It offers a network of cross-platform video advertising network for advertisers worldwide. The company’s game network includes various titles across multiple genres for Facebook, the Web, and mobile. RockYou, Inc. was formerly known as netPickle, Inc. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in San Francisco, California. On February 13, 2019, RockYou, Inc. filed a voluntary petition for liquidation under Chapter 7 in the US Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.

KidZui

Seed Round in 2006
KidZui provides a browser that appeals to kids and only lets them navigate certain pre-approved areas of the web.

UserLeap

Series B in 2021
UserLeap Inc. develops a qualitative research platform for in-product micro-surveys and artificial intelligence-based text analytics. The company offers UserLeap integrations, which processes the natural language from targeted micro-surveys and organizes the data for product managers. It also provides text analysis, dashboard, data security, template surveys, and software as a service (SaaS) based solutions. UserLeap Inc. was formerly known as MixBoard Inc. The company was incorporated in 2017 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Object Limited

Venture Round in 2020
Object Limited is the most fun way to buy vintage. Our handpicked vendors go on adventures around the world to find hidden treasures that we bring to life online so you can fill your home and closet with planet-friendly objects worth keeping.

HotelTonight

Series A in 2011
HotelTonight, Inc. provides mobile applications for booking same-day unsold hotel deals. It offers a marketplace for hotels to fill tonight only and last-minute rooms that would otherwise remain empty; and enables guests to book the deals using their smartphones and tablets. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of April 15, 2019, HotelTonight, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Airbnb, Inc.

Honeycomb Labs Inc.

Venture Round in 2020
Honeycomb Labs Inc. develops a collaborative parenting software that helps users and families to share the logistics of parenting across trusted communities. It builds these trusted communities through its tools and offers its software for activities, including carpooling, kid drops, activity and summer camp planning, and food sharing that helps to increase the time families spend together in real life and share the load of parenting. The company was incorporated in 2019 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Promise

Series A in 2021
Promise Network Inc. develops an application platform that provides an evidence-based program offering holistic support for participants, reducing recidivism, and forging safer communities. Its application provides services, including intake and assessment, which includes assess risks and needs, develop care plan, care kit, and view progress; ongoing support, which includes care team communication, service coordination, calendar and reminders, and proof of attendance; supervision and oversight, which includes total transparency, dashboard and analytics, reports for court, and electronic monitoring. The company was founded in 2017 and is based in Oakland, California.

Notable Labs, Inc.

Series B in 2019
Notable Labs, Inc. develops and operates a platform that provides lab testing services for brain cancer patients. The company runs drug combination experiments on the tumor and gives a report back to the patient’s doctor. Notable Labs, Inc. was formerly known as StemCycle, Inc. The company was incorporated in 2014 and is based in Foster City, California.

Ambient Devices, Inc.

Series C in 2008
Ambient Devices provides a complete solution to offer wireless products to consumers that make tangible interfaces to digital information. Today, this solution includes: the Ambient Information Network™-a back-end service delivery infrastructure and wireless network; and the Ambient Device Design™-a set of hardware specifications to turn everyday objects (like pens, watches, and clocks) into glanceable wireless information devices, customized and branded by product companies.

Looker

Series A in 2013
Looker is an enterprise platform for business intelligence, data applications, and embedded analytics. It unlocks the full value of data, companies need solutions that transcend traditional BI and infuse data into operational workflows. Looker delivers actionable business insights at the point of decision, create new value streams, and infuse data into products and workflows to move the business forward. Looker is now a part of Google Cloud.

Spark Thermionics

Seed Round in 2016
Spark Thermionics offers an energy-generation device that displaces conventional power production methods. The device utilizes heat-to-electricity converters that are based on thermionic energy conversion technology, can produce power from any fuel source at high efficiency, in a quiet package, and can scale from watts to megawatts, enabling people around the world to have cleaner, cheaper, and more secure electricity.

Curalate, Inc.

Series B in 2014
Curalate connects moments of discovery to commerce. By creating a compelling commerce experience that adapts to how your consumer discovers your products, Curalate enables a seamless transition between off-site discovery and on-site conversion. Hundreds of the world’s leading brands, including Gap, Neiman Marcus, Sephora, Better Homes & Gardens and J.Crew, rely on Curalate’s discovery driven platform to grow revenue across Pinterest, Instagram, Tumblr and Facebook. For more information please visit [Curalate.com](http://www.curalate.com).

UrbanSitter, Inc.

Series B in 2014
UrbanSitter, Inc. operates a childcare marketplace where parents and babysitters meet through shared connections. It is an online resource where parents go to find and book babysitters and nannies recommended by people they know. The company offers its services in San Francisco, New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, Seattle, Washington D.C., Boston, Denver, and San Diego. UrbanSitter, Inc. was founded in 2010 and 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.

Clover Health

Series C in 2016
Clover Health is a provider of Medicare Advantage health plans to older Americans. The company operates a Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) platform to improve the quality of life of its members and physicians. Its platform utilizes patient-centered analytics and a dedicated care management team to identify potential risks and directly provide preventive care, thereby enabling patients and their health care providers to reduce avoidable spending as well as identify and manage chronic diseases. Clover uses sophisticated analytics and custom software to direct its own clinical staff to proactively fill in gaps in the care of its members.

Zoomin Online (India) Pvt. Ltd

Venture Round in 2014
Zoomin Online (India) Pvt. Ltd. provides online photo and photo printing services. The company also enables customers to upload, store, and print their digital photos, as well as share them with friends and family around the world. In addition, it operates an online store for digital cameras and camera accessories, photobooks, canvases, photo prints, posters, mugs, magnets, frames, note cards, framed prints, books, and collage posters. The company was incorporated in 2006 and is based in Mumbai, India. Zoomin Online (India) Pvt. Ltd. operates as a subsidiary of Zoomin Pte Limited.

Kindred AI

Series B in 2017
Kindred Systems, Inc. designs and develops artificial intelligence (AI) based robots to solve human problems. Its products include Kindred SORT, an AI powered robotic putwall solution that works with fulfillment center associates to assemble e-commerce orders from batch-picked items; and AutoGrasp, a robotic platform that controls robots to operate with human-like intelligence in dynamic environments. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in San Francisco, California with additional offices in Vancouver and Toronto, Canada.

XClaim Inc.

Seed Round in 2021
XClaim Inc. operates an electronic platform for bankruptcy claims. The company provides XCLAIM that offers information on sourcing of claims and sellers, electronic trading facility, direct transfers of trading data, risk mitigation, and settlement facilities. XCLAIM Inc. was incorporated in 2018 and is based in Los Angeles, California.

GOAT

Seed Round in 2016
GOAT Group is the world’s largest marketplace for authentic sneakers. Its brands offer the greatest selection of sneakers available through company-operated retail stores, e-commerce sites and mobile apps under the GOAT and Flight Club brands. Through its innovative technology and service, GOAT Group has changed the landscape of sneaker commerce and has quickly become the world’s most trusted source to discover, buy and sell authentic sneakers. The company is backed by strategic investor Foot Locker, Inc. as well as some of the leading names in venture capital including Accel, Andreessen Horowitz, Index Ventures, Matrix Partners, Upfront Ventures, Webb Investment Network and Y Combinator.

Legion

Series A in 2017
Legion Technologies, Inc. develops workforce engagement platform. It offers Legion, an artificial intelligence, big data, and cloud native platform that is used to ingest, store, and process data, allowing users to future-proof their workforce management investment. The company’s products also include demand forecasting, labor optimization, automated scheduling, employee engagement, and time and attendance. In addition, it offers services in the areas of implementation, training, customer success, and support. The company’s products are used in compliance, budget control, improve retail sales, and workforce sharing applications. It serves retail, food services, health and fitness clubs, and hospitality industries. Legion Technologies, Inc. was founded in 2016 and is based in Redwood City, California. It has additional office in Hudson, Ohio; Chicago, Illinois; and Milton, Georgia.

Inspirato LLC

Series A in 2011
Inspirato LLC operates as a luxury hospitality company that owns and operates a private club that provides luxury vacation options for travelers. It allows its club members to access a collection of luxury vacation residences and signature residences across various beach, mountain, metropolitan, and lifestyle destinations worldwide. The company offers access to private vacation homes, luxury villas, luxury vacation residences, luxury hotels, and resorts for its members. Inspirato LLC was formerly known as Best of 52, LLC and changed its name to Inspirato LLC in March 2013. Inspirato LLC was incorporated in 2010 and is based in Denver, Colorado.

Path

Series C in 2014
Path is a mobile photo-sharing and messaging service for building personal social networks with up to 150 contacts. Currently Path Places. Path Talk and Path sold to Daum Kakao May 28, 2015. Path brings people closer together. Guided by the belief that mobile technology will fundamentally change the cultural, social, and economic landscape, Path focuses on simplicity, quality, and privacy to provide the best mobile personal networking service in the world. Path was designed with the people they love, closest friends, and family in mind.

SavingStar, Inc.

Series C in 2012
SavingStar is a paperless grocery rewards platform that enables shoppers to earn cash back. Shoppers earn cash on item-level grocery purchases with offers linked to their store loyalty cards and are validated when they submit a picture of their receipt at a number of retail locations nationwide. It automatically adds the value of each offer into members' SavingStar or partner accounts, enabling users to pick their payout from cash back or other currencies. The platform was launched in June 2010 and is based in Waltham, Massachusetts.

Xobni

Series B in 2009
Xobni (the word 'inbox' spelled backwards) makes your inbox and address book smarter. First launching to the public in 2008, Xobni and its Smartr product suite, discover all the people you've ever emailed, called or texted, and creates complete and social profiles that are instantly searchable. Profiles include a photo, job title, company details, email history as well as updates from your contacts on [LinkedIn](/organization/linkedin), [Facebook](/organization/facebook), and [Twitter](/organization/twitter). Products for Gmail, Android and iPhone are available under the Smartr brand, and Xobni is available for Outlook and [BlackBerry](/organization/blackberry).

Cover Lockscreen

Seed Round in 2013
Cover is an Android-only lockscreen replacement that shows you the right apps at the right time. It displays your productivity apps when you're at work, relaxing apps like Netflix at home, and navigation apps in the car. It also lets you quickly peek in at your apps and rapidly switch between them. Cover is building an 100% Android development team to bring contextual computing to the biggest mobile market.

Wake

Seed Round in 2015
Wake is an application that provides a private space to share and discuss design work with teams. The application is available for download on the App Store.

Troops

Series A in 2016
Troops.ai provides salesforce automation platform that gives real-time transparency around salesforce information. It serves as a Slackbot for sales team. Troops.ai allows its users to configure Salesforce reports, communicate deal wins, and pull salesforce data for all standard and custom objects through Slack. Its investors include First Round Capital, Founder Collective, Next View Ventures, Great Oaks Capital, Chicago Ventures, Vast Ventures, and other angel investors.

Suki AI, Inc.

Series A in 2018
Suki AI, Inc. develops an artificial intelligence enabled voice assistant for doctors and health systems. It offers Suki, a software that helps users in storing electronic health records, searching and retrieving patient data, distilling conversations between patient and doctor into an actionable plan, and ordering prescriptions. The company’s software also enables users to take down notes from doctors and read them. Suki AI, Inc. was formerly known as Robin AI, Inc. and changed its name to Suki AI, Inc. in April 2018. The company was incorporated in 2016 and is based in Redwood City, California.

Mobcrush

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

SAY Media

Venture Round in 2012
Say Media is a digital publishing company. Through its award-winning Tempest publishing platform and media services, Say Media enables its portfolio of independent content creators to build passionate communities around key consumer interest areas such as Style, Living, Food and Tech. The company provides simple and accountable ways for the world’s top brands to engage with these passionate audiences, at scale, with a reach of more than 400 million people around the world. Say Media is headquartered in San Francisco and New York, with offices across North America, in the UK and Australia.

Notable Labs, Inc.

Series B in 2019
Notable Labs, Inc. develops and operates a platform that provides lab testing services for brain cancer patients. The company runs drug combination experiments on the tumor and gives a report back to the patient’s doctor. Notable Labs, Inc. was formerly known as StemCycle, Inc. The company was incorporated in 2014 and is based in Foster City, California.

Socialbomb

Seed Round in 2008
Socialbomb's platform connects your audience’s mobile phones, blu-ray players, computers, and connected devices to their friends and the things they love. Every brand manager wants to build apps that will kickstart conversations across the world's Facebook pages, Twitter streams and iPhones. Socialbomb helps developers and creatives build those apps. They provide a single API that communicates with many social networks at once, so developers can spend their time on the core application instead of programing for each individual service. The Socialbomb engine is a RESTful API that lets customers exchange data dynamically with specific services. They push data to Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr and other social networks, and then pull information back into their customers' applications for richer features and more meaningful analytics. The Socialbomb API can provide detailed feedback about which content users like, comment on, and share. They also provide a web‐based administration and analytics suite to manage and measure the apps running on their platform. Customers can add publication channels, edit the services they make available, and review user activity metrics.

Health IQ

Series B in 2016
Their mission: to increase health literacy around the world Over the last 100 years, the world’s language literacy has increased significantly. Their challenge over the next 100 years is to increase the world’s health literacy. They believe the best way to create change is to celebrate the people who are dedicated to their health, rather than harass the people who are not. The Health Conscious are the unsung heroes — the people who don’t get credit for their hard work. Help us spread health literacy to every corner of the world.

Roblox Corporation

Series F in 2018
Roblox is an online gaming and entertainment platform for a shared digital experience that brings people together through play. It enables anyone to imagine, create, and have fun with friends as they explore interactive 3D experiences produced by developers using their desktop design tool, Roblox Studio. The company is backed by Altimeter Capital, Dragoneer Investment Group, Investment Group of Santa Barbara, and Warner Music Group. The San Mateo, California-based company was established by Erik Cassel and David Baszucki in 2004.

Boulder Care

Series A in 2020
Boulder Care, Inc. provides telemedicine-based programs for opioid addiction treatment. It offers services to help people recover from opioid addiction using medication, such as buprenorphine and peer support. It also offers patient support, medicine, and psychosocial services. The company serves patients, providers, and organizations. Boulder Care, Inc. was founded in 2017 and is based in Portland, Oregon.

XClaim Inc.

Series A in 2023
XClaim Inc. operates an electronic platform for bankruptcy claims. The company provides XCLAIM that offers information on sourcing of claims and sellers, electronic trading facility, direct transfers of trading data, risk mitigation, and settlement facilities. XCLAIM Inc. was incorporated in 2018 and is based in Los Angeles, California.

ModCloth, Inc.

Series B in 2010
ModCloth.com is a rip-roaringly innovative, rapidly growing e-tailer of vintage-inspired fashion and decor that’s out to shake up the way fashion is discovered, developed, and delivered. Through groundbreaking technology and press-recognized social media, they’re creating a user-empowering platform that’s redefining the face of social commerce. Founded in a CMU dorm room by high school sweethearts Eric & Susan Koger, ModCloth now has over 400 employees and offices in San Francisco, LA, and Pittsburgh.

Instrumental, Inc.

Seed Round in 2015
Instrumental is building software that enables assembly lines to autonomously operate, learn, and adapt parts and processes - saving billions of dollars in scrap and rework costs. Their customers use Instrumental to find and fix issues on their assembly lines, preventing development schedule slips and beginning production at higher yields. Their equipment and data service is deployed on multiple global assembly lines at top-tier manufacturers. Instrumental was founded by Anna-Katrina Shedletsky and Samuel Weiss, two former Apple engineers who, after spending hundreds of days in China on manufacturing lines, set out to revolutionize the manufacturing space. They are assembling a diverse team who sees inefficiencies as opportunities and want to develop a system that changes the manufacturing world for the better.

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.

Like.com

Series A in 2005
Visual search engine that allows users to find similar products on the web and compare their prices

UGOBE

Series A in 2006
Ugobe is formerly the parent company UGOBE is behind Pleo, a lifelike Camarasaurus robot that displays distinct emotional and developmental behaviors. Pleos weigh about 3.5 pounds and measure 21 inches from head to tail, and retailed for $349. The Pleo is full of infrared and motion sensors that detect how the Pleo is being interacted with, and speakers to help the robot make its emotions known. After Ugobe filed for bankruptcy, [Jetta Company Limited](/organization/jetta-company-limited) relaunched PLEO as part of its [Innvo Labs](/organization/innvo-labs) subsidiary.

Abra

Series A in 2015
Abra is the world’s first digital cash, peer-to-peer money transfer network. Buy, sell, and hold bitcoin or send bitcoin or fiat to any bitcoin wallet or any other Abra user instantly and securely. Abra uses bitcoin and blockchain technology to enable users to transact in over 50 currencies, including bitcoin. Founded in 2014 by Bill Barhydt, serial entrepreneur and global mobile-banking veteran, their team is based in Silicon Valley and committed to forever changing how the world moves money.

Birchbox, Inc.

Series A in 2011
Launched in 2010, Birchbox is the discovery commerce platform redefining the retail process by offering consumers a personalized way to discover, sample, shop, and learn about the best products and brands available. Birchbox members have first-touch experiences with products each month and access to educational content to help them get the most out of their products. Top brands like Kiehl’s, Benefit, Deborah Lippmann, and Stila have partnered with Birchbox.

Swipe Labs

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

Rare Bits, Inc.

Series A in 2018
Rare Bits, Inc. develops and operates an online marketplace for buying and selling crypto currency based assets. The company's enables its users to discover new crypto assets, manage their own crypto assets in one place, and buy and sell crypto assets via auction. Rare Bits, Inc. was formerly known as Draft Party, Inc. The company was founded in 2017 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Jingle Networks

Series A in 2005
Jingle Networks is the leading provider of advertising and technology solutions for voice and mobile business search. By tapping into the thriving business search market, Jingle Networks provides a powerful new media channel to connect businesses with consumers ready to transact. Jingle Networks offers solutions that cater to carriers, network operators, adverting agencies, brand marketers and small businesses. Thousands of national brand marketers and local businesses use Jingle Network solutions to leverage brief in-call audio or text advertisements to acquire new customers via phone or during mobile app or online searches. Network operators and telecom carriers have also discovered the power of Jingle Networks technology and advertising solutions. Many select Jingle Networks as their search provider of choice. Whether you want to build a brand, create awareness or maximize business search, Jingle Networks has a solution that will guarantee success. Jingle Networks invented the free directory assistance service called 1-800-FREE411. Consumers dial 1-800-FREE411 (1-800-373-3411) from any phone in the United States to use the toll-free service, which allows callers to obtain any residential, business, or government phone number for no charge. Sponsors cover the service cost by playing short advertising messages, about 12 seconds long, customized based on the number the customer is looking up. The company was founded by veteran advertising and technology executives.

GroupMe

Series A in 2010
GroupMe Inc. develops and operates a group messaging application that works on phone via push or SMS. Its platform enables users to join without smartphones, add anyone from their phone book, jump right in and chat with the group, and stay in touch with friends, coworkers, and family. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in New York, New York. As of August 21, 2011, GroupMe Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Skype Global S.à r.l.

33Across

Seed Round in 2009
33Across is a technology company focused on solving the challenge of consumer attention for automated advertising. Our Attention Platform is the first programmatic solution to unify high-impact creative, quality supply, and true technology-driven scale. Brands can now deliver superior audience engagement while 33Across publishers benefit from the ability to drive more revenue for every ad placement, resulting in greater efficiency and an enhanced consumer experience..

Kandji, Inc.

Seed Round in 2020
Kandji, Inc. provides a cloud-based software that offer customizable security, compliance, and reporting solutions for Mac computers. It offers Kandji, a software that allows users to configure and enforce macOS security parameters; and monitor and auto-remediate. Kandji, Inc. was formerly known as Kandji LLC. The company was incorporated in 2018 and is based in San Diego, California.

TalentBin

Series A in 2013
TalentBin operates a talent search engine that allows technical recruiters and hiring managers to find passive candidates. The company’s platform allows recruiters to access a candidate database; candidate information such as candidates’ professional and personal interests; personal email addresses and social communication channels; and organizational tools with notes, stages, tasks, and reminders. TalentBin was incorporated in 2011 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Percolate

Series A in 2012
Percolate's complete web and mobile marketing software increases productivity, elevates your brand and helps you generate more sales. From governance, planning and content creation to audience acquisition, customer management and analytics, Percolate unites your brand, your data and your stories across every team, location, integrated system and customer interaction.

Carbon Engineering

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

CareDox

Debt Financing in 2016
CareDox delivers free health technology for K-12 public schools to help school nurses deliver care and keep students safe. It is a digital health platform for the largest and most consistent health delivery system in the country. Their mission is to work with partners to provide a unified health record for every family. CareDox leverages pediatric health data and this country’s most successful public health organization, the K-12 school system, to improve outcomes and learn about clinical health data outside of the provider’s office. Traditional care coordination stops short of sending essential care instructions to School Nurses and thus increases the risk of stopped or inconsistent post-discharge care delivery. By closing the link in the pediatric care continuum, children stay healthy and get better faster.

Kandji, Inc.

Venture Round in 2020
Kandji, Inc. provides a cloud-based software that offer customizable security, compliance, and reporting solutions for Mac computers. It offers Kandji, a software that allows users to configure and enforce macOS security parameters; and monitor and auto-remediate. Kandji, Inc. was formerly known as Kandji LLC. The company was incorporated in 2018 and is based in San Diego, California.

Merlin Labs

Series A in 2021
Merlin Labs is building an autonomous infrastructure for the sky above us, enabling goods, and eventually people, to fly without pilots.

Castle

Series A in 2019
Castle enables online businesses of all sizes to detect and prevent user account fraud, a technology previously only available to banks and large financial institutions. Whether you’re building a bitcoin service, e-commerce store, mobile app, or any other customer-facing application, Castle's API's lets you add account hijack protection. Castle tracks fraudsters based on device fingerprint, keystrokes, site browsing history, and hundreds of other signals. Whenever something suspicious occurs, both the administrator and account owner are alerted and can immediately take appropriate action.

Krugle

Series B in 2006
Krugle provides a search engine specifically designed for developers. In addition, Krugle also offers collaboration tools that allow developers to interact with source code and each other.

Boulder Care

Series B in 2022
Boulder Care, Inc. provides telemedicine-based programs for opioid addiction treatment. It offers services to help people recover from opioid addiction using medication, such as buprenorphine and peer support. It also offers patient support, medicine, and psychosocial services. The company serves patients, providers, and organizations. Boulder Care, Inc. was founded in 2017 and is based in Portland, Oregon.

CrowdJustice

Seed Round in 2017
CrowdJustice allows communities to band together to access the courts to protect their communal assets – like their local hospital – or shared values – like human rights. CrowdJustice pages are optimized to collect as many pledges as possible. Millions of pounds have already been raised through CrowdJustice to fund various kinds of legal action.

Aviso, Inc.

Series A in 2014
Aviso is the only AI-driven platform on the market purpose-built to drive accurate sales forecasting and improve pipeline management. With Aviso Sales Vision, sales executives and CFOs deliver accurate forecasts, sales managers move deals through the pipeline faster, and reps close more deals with AI-driven smart selling signals. A clear connection established between high performing sales teams and the adoption of AI, teams at Apttus, MongoDB, Splunk and RingCentral have replaced limited, legacy sales tools with an AI-driven platform that helps improve win rates and drive revenue.

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.

Verto Education, Inc.

Seed Round in 2019
Verto Education, Inc. provides semester traveling services for students to travel overseas and earn college credit for campus programs and admissions. It offers semester traveling services to Central America, South Pacific, and Southeast Asia to learn about subjects, including environmental science, public health, business, and finance. The company also provides on-campus programs in Ireland, England, and New Zealand. Verto Education, Inc. was founded in 2017 and is based in Portland, Oregon.

Haven, Inc.

Seed Round in 2015
Haven, Inc. operates a cloud-based logistics platform for trading companies. The company’s trade management software enables to take control of logistics, including automated procurement, documentation, tracking, and payments. Its platform automates freight and logistics for commodity traders, food producers, and consumer goods companies. The company was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California. It has additional offices in Switzerland.

Jingle Networks

Series A in 2005
Jingle Networks is the leading provider of advertising and technology solutions for voice and mobile business search. By tapping into the thriving business search market, Jingle Networks provides a powerful new media channel to connect businesses with consumers ready to transact. Jingle Networks offers solutions that cater to carriers, network operators, adverting agencies, brand marketers and small businesses. Thousands of national brand marketers and local businesses use Jingle Network solutions to leverage brief in-call audio or text advertisements to acquire new customers via phone or during mobile app or online searches. Network operators and telecom carriers have also discovered the power of Jingle Networks technology and advertising solutions. Many select Jingle Networks as their search provider of choice. Whether you want to build a brand, create awareness or maximize business search, Jingle Networks has a solution that will guarantee success. Jingle Networks invented the free directory assistance service called 1-800-FREE411. Consumers dial 1-800-FREE411 (1-800-373-3411) from any phone in the United States to use the toll-free service, which allows callers to obtain any residential, business, or government phone number for no charge. Sponsors cover the service cost by playing short advertising messages, about 12 seconds long, customized based on the number the customer is looking up. The company was founded by veteran advertising and technology executives.

DoubleVerify

Series A in 2009
DoubleVerify provides online media verification and campaign effectiveness solutions for brand marketers, agencies, advertising networks, demand side platforms, exchanges and digital publishers looking to ensure quality advertising environments, campaign transparency and performance. DoubleVerify validates over 60 billion advertising impressions per month for hundreds of Fortune 500 brands, advertising networks and media platforms. Headquartered in New York City, DoubleVerify’s investors include JMI Equity, Institutional Venture Partners, Blumberg Capital, First Round Capital and Genacast Ventures.

Upstart Network, Inc.

Series A in 2013
Upstart Network, Inc. develops and operates a peer-to-peer online lending marketplace that serves as a platform for obtaining fixed rate personal loans. Its model considers credit history, education, area of study, and employment history to lend money to borrowers. The company was incorporated in 2012 and is based in San Mateo, California. Upstart Network, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Upstart Holdings, Inc.

Thirty Madison, Inc.

Series A in 2018
Thirty Madison, Inc., a digital health company, owns and operates web-based platforms for patients with hair loss, migraines, and other chronic conditions. It offers Keeps, a subscription-based online marketplace for over-the-counter medications for men’s hair loss prevention. The company also provides Cove, an online doctor visit and prescription service to treat migraine. In addition, it offers Evens that helps to treat acid reflux. Thirty Madison, Inc. was incorporated in 2016 and is headquartered in Astoria, New York.

FlightCar

Series A in 2014
Launched in early 2013 and based in San Francisco, California, FlightCar connects visitors who need cars at the airport with locals looking to park them. By making it convenient and enjoyable for anyone to experience traveling in an original way at a great value, FlightCar saves travelers money, creates a more interesting experience, and offers a practical and novel new option for a collaborative community of travelers.

GumGum, Inc.

Series B in 2011
GumGum is a global technology and media company specializing in contextual intelligence. For over a decade, we have applied our proven machine learning expertise to extract value from digital content for the advertising and sports industries. For advertisers, GumGum offers a full suite of pioneering future-proof solutions. The company’s contextual advertising engine, Verity™, comprehends the meaning of text, images and video online, allowing marketers to safely and precisely place ads where people are most engaged. Combining that contextual targeting and brand safety intelligence with proprietary high-impact ad formats, GumGum’s advertising solutions deliver industry leading efficiency, accuracy and performance. GumGum was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in Santa Monica, California.

Simple

Series A in 2010
Simple is a web and mobile application that unifies various accounts into one accessible bank card. Rather than making money from different fees, Simple plans to split the net interest margin with its partner banks (the difference between the rate they lend at and the rate they pay to depositors), thus eliminating the incentive to push more confusing products at consumers. Simple has more than 100,000 customers, processed $1.7 billion in annual transactions last year, and experienced 330% customer growth. Simple was launched by Alex Payne, Shamir Karkal, and Josh Reich in January 2009 and is based in Portland, Oregon.

Threadflip

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

Curalate, Inc.

Series C in 2016
Curalate connects moments of discovery to commerce. By creating a compelling commerce experience that adapts to how your consumer discovers your products, Curalate enables a seamless transition between off-site discovery and on-site conversion. Hundreds of the world’s leading brands, including Gap, Neiman Marcus, Sephora, Better Homes & Gardens and J.Crew, rely on Curalate’s discovery driven platform to grow revenue across Pinterest, Instagram, Tumblr and Facebook. For more information please visit [Curalate.com](http://www.curalate.com).

SAY Media

Venture Round in 2014
Say Media is a digital publishing company. Through its award-winning Tempest publishing platform and media services, Say Media enables its portfolio of independent content creators to build passionate communities around key consumer interest areas such as Style, Living, Food and Tech. The company provides simple and accountable ways for the world’s top brands to engage with these passionate audiences, at scale, with a reach of more than 400 million people around the world. Say Media is headquartered in San Francisco and New York, with offices across North America, in the UK and Australia.

Mythic Therapeutics

Series B in 2021
Mythic Therapeutics is a biotechnology company focused on a new generation of groundbreaking cancer therapeutics. The company is pioneering a powerful protein engineering-focused approach to improving the effectiveness of antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs) and other antibody-based therapeutics. Their technology dramatically increases therapeutic potency without compromising safety, thereby unlocking the full potential of targeted therapies against a broad array of tumor targets. Mythic Therapeutics was founded in 2017 and is headquartered in Waltham, MA, USA.

Homejoy, Inc.

Seed Round in 2013
Homejoy believes everyone deserves a happy home. With just a few clicks, Homejoy’s online platform will match you with a screened, background-checked and certified professional cleaner who maintains high customer ratings. And at $20/hour, Homejoy makes a sparkling home an affordable reality for everyone. Founded in 2010 by brother-sister duo Aaron and Adora Cheung, the San Francisco-based company serves 31 markets in North America and growing. For additional information on Homejoy, please visit www.homejoy.com/about or www.homejoy.com/press.

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.

Kandji, Inc.

Seed Round in 2020
Kandji, Inc. provides a cloud-based software that offer customizable security, compliance, and reporting solutions for Mac computers. It offers Kandji, a software that allows users to configure and enforce macOS security parameters; and monitor and auto-remediate. Kandji, Inc. was formerly known as Kandji LLC. The company was incorporated in 2018 and is based in San Diego, California.

Odeko

Series A in 2020
Odeko was born out of years of looking for the technology product that would propel the small business sector in America into the competitive, global race that is today’s economy. You’re no longer just trying to beat the other store across town. You’ve got multinational corporations on the corner, technology giants delivering to your customer’s door step, and huge financial institutions bank rolling and consolidating your industry.

Kentik Technologies, Inc.

Series A in 2015
Kentik is a network intelligence platform that provides visibility, performance, and security services to digital enterprises. It helps businesses eliminate the visibility and intelligence gaps associated with running dynamic and complex networks and achieve greater network performance, reliability, and security. It was founded in 2014 and headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Castle

Series A in 2019
Castle manages rental homes for landlords using automation and on-demand labor. It finds tenants, collect rent, and coordinate maintenance, allowing owners to kick back, relax, and never worry about their rental properties again. Owners either have to deal with this whole mess themselves, or spend 10% of their rental income on a traditional property management company that requires constant supervision and is often incentivized to act against the owner’s best interest. There are 43 million rental units in the United States, and most of them are currently managed with some combination of faxes, mail, and unreturned voicemails on the landlord’s personal phone. Castle moves all of property management into a seamless online experience, providing owners with transparency, speed, and incredible customer service—plus huge cost savings over traditional management. Renters get great service and instant updates about important issues.

Warby Parker

Seed Round in 2011
Warby Parker is a lifestyle brand that offers designer eyewear at a revolutionary price operating as a socially conscious business. Approximately one billion people don't have access to affordable glasses. Glasses can increase one's income by 20%, enable students to see a blackboard, and offer dignity to those with poor eyesight. Warby Parker works with experienced non-profit partners to ensure that each sale of our frames will give someone in need access to affordable glasses.

Health IQ

Seed Round in 2014
Their mission: to increase health literacy around the world Over the last 100 years, the world’s language literacy has increased significantly. Their challenge over the next 100 years is to increase the world’s health literacy. They believe the best way to create change is to celebrate the people who are dedicated to their health, rather than harass the people who are not. The Health Conscious are the unsung heroes — the people who don’t get credit for their hard work. Help us spread health literacy to every corner of the world.

Odeo

Series A in 2005
[Odeo](http://odeo.com/) is a podcasting service and is a division of [SonicMountain](http://www.sonicmountain.com/), a digital media company. Odeo is SonicMountain's "portal through which they plan to unveil new tools and utilities that improve the podcasting experience."

Continuity Engine, Inc.

Seed Round in 2010
Continuity is a leading provider of Regulatory Technology (RegTech) solutions that automate compliance management for financial institutions of all sizes. By combining regulatory expertise and cloud technology, Continuity provides a proven way to reduce regulatory burden and mitigate compliance risk at a fraction of the cost. Our solutions are designed to automate all aspects of compliance management, from interpretation of regulatory issuances through intuitive task delegation, vendor management, and board reporting. Continuity serves hundreds of institutions across the US and its territories. Continuity is a Compliance Management System for community banks and credit unions. Engineered to reduce the time, cost and risk impacts of regulation, this unified system automates the entire regulatory lifecycle — managing regulatory updates, policies, procedures, risks, vendors, audits, business continuity, exam preparation, compliance strategy, and planning.

Perceptual Networks

Seed Round in 2012
Perceptual Networks was formed to make it easy for everyone to find the best people for them to meet next in their lives. Whether you are looking for an employee, a golf buddy, a spouse or a roommate, they're making apps for that.

Sincerely

Series A in 2011
Sincerely Inc was founded in 2011 with the mission of making it easy to send a printed photo, the world's most ubiquitous gift, from your phone.

FREEjit

Series A in 2010
FREEjit, Inc. is in Stealth mode. The company was incorporated in 2010 and is based in Newport Beach, California.

Raden Inc.

Seed Round in 2016
Raden is the case for better travel. It’s everything you need to seamlessly get from point A to point B — an end to end experience for better travel by pairing the world's best materials with technology. Weigh your case, track your case, charge your devices on the go, and do much more.

Rupa Health

Seed Round in 2020
Rupa, Inc., doing business as Rupa Health, develops an online platform that enables patients to access alternative healthcare providers in their area. It offers an online portal for ordering tests from labs and tracking the results. The company ships the test reports directly to the patient’s home. Rupa, Inc. was founded in 2018 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Dynasty

Venture Round in 2018
Dynasty Marketplace, Inc. develops artificial intelligence based software for real estate business. It enables individuals and institutions to buy and sell fractional ownership of individual properties on a liquid exchange. The application enables users to transform any email or phone number into a complete person with over 85 actionable data points. The company was incorporated in 2016 and is based in Venice, California. As of January 7, 2019, Dynasty Marketplace, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of AppFolio, Inc. As of January 7, 2019, Dynasty Marketplace, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of AppFolio, Inc..

Superhuman Labs Inc.

Series B in 2019
Superhuman is not just another email client. We are rebuilding the inbox from the ground up to make you brilliant at what you do. We specifically designed it for those of you who want the best. Superhuman is gorgeous. Blazingly fast. And comes with advanced features that make you feel superhuman. A.I. Triage. Undo Send. Insights from social networks. Follow-up Reminders, Scheduled Messages, and Read Statuses. To name but a few. Superhuman is so fast, delightful, and intelligent — you’ll feel like you have superpowers. Our team previously founded Rapportive (acquired by LinkedIn), created pry (used by 25% of ruby developers), and co-founded Rapleaf/Liveramp (acquired for $310M). We are based in San Francisco, and funded by all-star investors from Silicon Valley and NYC.

Uber Technologies, Inc.

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

Bitcasa

Series A in 2012
Bitcasa makes public cloud storage simple. Its Cloud Storage Platform APIs and branded applications provide plug and play solutions for easy file storage, access, and sharing across all major platforms including Android, iOS, Windows, Mac OSX, Linux, and the Web. Bitcasa has helped thousands of developers, OEMs, and service providers in more than 140 countries manage their data, and is backed by top-tier investors including Horizons Ventures, Pelion Venture Partners, First Round Capital, Samsung Ventures and Andreessen Horowitz. For more details visit www.bitcasa.com or follow their blog blog.bitcasa.com.

Gnip

Venture Round in 2010
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.

Medico.com

Seed Round in 2011
Medico.com is a global health-focused internet company. Its Medico.com online health portal and question and answer (Q&A) community is targeted initially at users in Spain, and will soon roll out to other Hispanic markets around the world, including the United States. Medico.com will target other languages and markets, such as India, later in the year. The initial version of Medico.com contains high quality health reference information in Spanish, including over 4,000 articles about diseases and conditions, and continuously updated health news feeds. Medico.com also offers community features and a Q&A platform organized around focused health topics such as diabetes, heart disease, depression, and many more. The Q&A platform allows people to help one another with information and resources, to share their experiences of living with a medical condition, and to become well-informed, active drivers of their own health. Medico.com is free for users.

Notion Labs, Inc.

Angel Round in 2017
Notion Labs, Inc. develops unified workspace mobile and web-based tools and solutions. It offers a document editor for notes, wikis, and tasks that nests pages inside each other, drags and drops content, builds task board, and keeps the team in sync with slack notifications. The company also provides slack integration, converts markdown shortcuts into content, exports to PDF, and publishes as websites. Notion Labs, Inc. was formerly known as Canopy Technologies, Inc. and changed its name to Notion Labs, Inc. in March 2014. The company was incorporated in 2012 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Ambient Devices, Inc.

Series B in 2008
Ambient Devices provides a complete solution to offer wireless products to consumers that make tangible interfaces to digital information. Today, this solution includes: the Ambient Information Network™-a back-end service delivery infrastructure and wireless network; and the Ambient Device Design™-a set of hardware specifications to turn everyday objects (like pens, watches, and clocks) into glanceable wireless information devices, customized and branded by product companies.

Outlier

Series B in 2020
Outlier AI, Inc. operates an automated business analysis platform that provides insights based on data for consumer, financial services, and life sciences organizations globally. It offers Outlier, an analytical solution that enable businesses to make decisions; and monitors the business data and notifies when unexpected changes occur. The company serves consumer packaged goods, ecommerce and retail, and pharmaceutical industries. Outlier AI, Inc. was founded in 2015 and is based in Oakland, California.

Get Satisfaction, Inc.

Seed Round in 2007
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.

Remind

Series B in 2014
Remind is a communication platform that helps every student succeed. Founded in 2011, Remind allows school and district administrators to reach and engage with their communities and connects educators and families with the tools that help them teach and learn. Investors include First Round Capital, GSV, Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers, and Social Capital.

Siteline

Seed Round in 2019
Getting paid on construction projects is slow and complex. We're building a fast and foolproof experience so that millions of people can pay and get paid with ease.

Sift Science

Series B in 2014
Sift prevents fraud with industry-leading technology and expertise, an unrivaled global data network, and a commitment to building long-term partnerships with our customers. Twitter, Airbnb, and Twilio rely on Sift to stay competitive and secure. Sift is known in digital trust and safety, empowering companies of all sizes to unlock revenue without risk.

Rupa Health

Series A in 2022
Rupa, Inc., doing business as Rupa Health, develops an online platform that enables patients to access alternative healthcare providers in their area. It offers an online portal for ordering tests from labs and tracking the results. The company ships the test reports directly to the patient’s home. Rupa, Inc. was founded in 2018 and is based in San Francisco, California.

North

Series B in 2016
North, formerly Thalmic Labs, builds a technology that is human centric and believes that people and technology goes hand in hand. The company thus is building technologies discreetly built into fundamental parts of our lives that already exist. With over 400 people spanning four offices across North America, it is a crew of futurists, engineers, and designers and are always looking to add more innovators to the team. North was founded on 2012 and is headquartered in Kitchener, Canada.

Bloc

Series A in 2014
Bloc, Inc. offers an online apprenticeship to teach the fundamentals of Web development. The company offers courses on Web Development, iOS, and Web design. Its curriculum enables students to choose their mentors based on experience, language, location, and availability; to build skills; and to do assignments. The company was incorporated in 2011 and is based in Palo Alto, California. As of April 9, 2018, Bloc, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Thinkful, Inc.

The Black Tux

Series A in 2015
The Black Tux, Inc. engages in the rental of suits and tuxedos. The company also rents shirts, vests, cufflinks and studs, neckwear, shoes, and other products. It offers products through its showrooms. The company was incorporated in 2012 and is based in Santa Monica, California.

KidZui

Series C in 2010
KidZui provides a browser that appeals to kids and only lets them navigate certain pre-approved areas of the web.

Cocoon

Seed Round in 2020
Cocoon is a platform that provides employee leave benefits from compliance to payroll.

Poppin

Series A in 2012
Poppin is a furniture design company that specializes in customization services, space planning services, and installation services. Its service also offers fully customized design solutions for companies, businesses, and organizations. It was founded in 2009 and headquartered in New York, United States.

The Black Tux

Series B in 2015
The Black Tux, Inc. engages in the rental of suits and tuxedos. The company also rents shirts, vests, cufflinks and studs, neckwear, shoes, and other products. It offers products through its showrooms. The company was incorporated in 2012 and is based in Santa Monica, California.

Buddybuild

Series A in 2016
Buddybuild ties together continuous integration, continuous delivery and an iterative feedback solution into a single, seamless platform.No more cobbling together disparate systems to meet your mobile development needs.With buddybuild, you can focus on what matters most: creating awesome apps. Buddybuild is the only mobile continuous integration and delivery platform that takes just minutes to set up. With every code change, buddybuild will kick off a new build and run any tests for your app. Then, with a simple screenshot, testers can send their feedback along with diagnostic details to help resolve issues. Stop cobbling together and maintaining disparate mobile development systems.

Zendrive

Series A in 2016
Zendrive Inc. develops traffic data tracking application for mobile phones. It offers Zendrive, an application that tracks speed, location, direction, and acceleration of traffic using smartphone sensors. The company provides traffic and driving information to users based on the accumulated data. The company was formerly known as Inner Circle Technologies, Inc. Zendrive Inc. was incorporated in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Kandji, Inc.

Series B in 2021
Kandji, Inc. provides a cloud-based software that offer customizable security, compliance, and reporting solutions for Mac computers. It offers Kandji, a software that allows users to configure and enforce macOS security parameters; and monitor and auto-remediate. Kandji, Inc. was formerly known as Kandji LLC. The company was incorporated in 2018 and is based in San Diego, California.

Rockmelt

Series B in 2011
Rockmelt is a social web browser built off of Chromium and boasts deep integration with both Facebook and Twitter with its "Edges" which are filled with friends that are online and feeds that you follow complete with update badges. It also sports what some believe to be the next big search revolution. Unlike Google's universal navigation field, RockMelt has a dedicated search field that shows complete search results as a drop down overtop web pages. This is helpful when switching between different search results from one single query. Rockmelt also has its own URL shortener me.lt. The browser is supported on both Windows and OS X platforms. It is backed by one of Silicon Valley's most well-known personalities, Marc Andreessen. The principal engineer for Netscape Navigator, Robert John Churchill, is the principal engineer for RockMelt as well.

Rewind Me Inc.

Seed Round in 2012
Rewind.Me is a New York City based startup working to change the way consumers and marketers benefit from personal data. People today generate and control a great deal of personal data – from the apps on our smartphones to the services we use online, the personal or sports tracking devices we use, as well as our credit card and electronic transactions and more. There's a lot of value in all of this data. We believe that people should have control over how their data is used and benefit directly from the value it contains. We're building apps and services to deliver this control and unlock this value.

Perceptive Automata, Inc.

Seed Round in 2017
Perceptive Automata, Inc. develops machine learning and computer vision solutions. Its solutions are used in the automated vehicles to understand what people might do next, so solutions can navigate around humans, including pedestrians, cyclists, and other drivers. The company was incorporated in 2014 and is based in Somerville, Massachusetts.

PacketZoom

Series A in 2017
PacketZoom, Inc. provides cloud services to eliminate performance roadblocks on mobile applications. It has strategic alliances with Accellion, Inc. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in San Mateo, California. As of October 11, 2018, PacketZoom, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Roblox Corporation.

Boom.tv

Series A in 2020
BoomTV is an Esports entertainment platform that provides tools to automate score tracking, streaming, and generating event hubs. Their mission is to enable communities to easily produce and partake in virtual Esports. At the core of it all is our self-driving Esports technology layer that provides a one-button solution for anyone to create, participate, and/or spectate Esports content.

Remind

Series C in 2014
Remind is a communication platform that helps every student succeed. Founded in 2011, Remind allows school and district administrators to reach and engage with their communities and connects educators and families with the tools that help them teach and learn. Investors include First Round Capital, GSV, Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers, and Social Capital.

Ringly, Inc.

Seed Round in 2013
Ringly designs and develops wearable technology solutions that are compact in size, but powerful in functionality. It is our belief that technology can blend more seamlessly into our lives and provide frictionless interactions with our environment, our devices and our selves. We get excited about pushing boundaries and solving big problems that will make our world a more enjoyable place to live. In 2015, we began shipping our first product and became an industry leader in fashionable wearable technology. We’ve built a specialized and integrated team that controls every aspect of the business including design, brand, software, hardware and manufacturing.

33Across

Series C in 2012
33Across is a technology company focused on solving the challenge of consumer attention for automated advertising. Our Attention Platform is the first programmatic solution to unify high-impact creative, quality supply, and true technology-driven scale. Brands can now deliver superior audience engagement while 33Across publishers benefit from the ability to drive more revenue for every ad placement, resulting in greater efficiency and an enhanced consumer experience..

DNAnexus

Series C in 2014
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.

Get Satisfaction, Inc.

Series A in 2010
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.

Earnest Operations LLC

Seed Round in 2014
Earnest Operations LLC provides student loan refinancing, private student loans, and personal loans. Its private student loans include undergraduate private student loans, graduate private student loans, cosigned private student loans, business school loans, medical school loans, and law school loans. Its personal loans include credit card consolidation, engagement ring, home improvement, moving and relocation, vacation, and wedding loans. It serves clients in the United States through its platform. The company was incorporated in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of November 3, 2017, Earnest Operations LLC operates as a subsidiary of Navient Corporation.

PerformLine

Series A in 2011
PerformLine is the only RegTech solution that empowers leaders with a first-line of defense solution to mitigate risk across major consumer touchpoints: digital, voice, chat, email and social. By combining scalable tools and intelligent automation into one integrated platform, PerformLine creates a clear path to discover, monitor, act on, and mitigate regulatory risk and ensure brand safety.

Pantheon

Seed Round in 2010
Pantheon Systems, Inc. provides a Website management platform for agile marketers and developers to build, launch, and manage WordPress and Drupal sites. It serves customers in media and publishing, technology, higher education, nonprofit, government, healthcare, financial services, food and beverage, manufacturing, and travel and transportation industries. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Grokker Inc.

Series A in 2013
Grokker takes the work out of workplace wellness with an easy-to-implement, holistic, and cost-effective program. With over 3,700 exercise, mindfulness, nutrition, finance, and sleep videos from 5 to 50 minutes, more than 130 master experts to choose from, and a supportive community to connect employees across locations, Grokker’s patented program delivers results.

Zendrive

Venture Round in 2014
Zendrive Inc. develops traffic data tracking application for mobile phones. It offers Zendrive, an application that tracks speed, location, direction, and acceleration of traffic using smartphone sensors. The company provides traffic and driving information to users based on the accumulated data. The company was formerly known as Inner Circle Technologies, Inc. Zendrive Inc. was incorporated in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California.

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.

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.

MessageMe

Series A in 2013
Messageme.com is to provide an emotionally engaging communication experience that's fun, lightweight and ubiquitous. Messaging revolves around a simple loop: users send messages and respond to messages. Social gaming showed that there are ways to tweak the experience around this loop to increase its performance drastically by influencing the emotions surrounding reciprocal interactions. They believe there is a large opportunity to provide a new level of engagement and excitement in messaging apps by applying these techniques and philosophies. MessageMe had also been courted by Snapchat as well as an app maker out of Europe, Truecaller. And, after earnouts, the price that Yahoo paid to acqui-hire MessageMe is between $30 million and $40 million.

Clare, Inc.

Series A in 2022
Clare, Inc. provides paints and related supplies. The company offers primers, ceiling paints, paint kits, roller frames, poles, roller covers, paint brushes, metal trays, plastic tray liners, painter’s washi tapes, plastic drop clothes, mini roller frames and covers, and mini trays. It serves homeowners online. The company was incorporated in 2017 and is based in New York, New York.

CasaHop

Seed Round in 2012
CasaHop helps you find home exchanges. They use your social networks to help you find the perfect home exchanges, with people you can trust. You stay in their homes, they stay in yours. CasaHop can be used for vacations and weekend getaways.

Anvyl

Series B in 2022
Anvyl is a technology platform that uses data analytics to reinvent supply chain processes, making products better, smarter, and easier. It provides visibility into the manufacturing process and streamlines relationships between reputable brands and world-class manufacturers. It standardizes and automates interactions, negotiates contracts and schedules, tracks production and quality, and provides visual and data updates to ensure on-time delivery. Anvyl's customers include HIMs, Native, S’well, Harry’s, LOLA, and other direct-to-consumer brands. It was founded in 2017 and is headquartered in New York.

Numerai

Series A in 2016
Numerai is a new kind of hedge fund built by a network of data scientists. It uses its cryptocurrency to incentivize tens of thousands of anonymous data scientists around the world to collaborate to create predictive models in history. It was founded in 2015 and headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Birchbox, Inc.

Series C in 2016
Launched in 2010, Birchbox is the discovery commerce platform redefining the retail process by offering consumers a personalized way to discover, sample, shop, and learn about the best products and brands available. Birchbox members have first-touch experiences with products each month and access to educational content to help them get the most out of their products. Top brands like Kiehl’s, Benefit, Deborah Lippmann, and Stila have partnered with Birchbox.

PullString

Series C in 2014
PullString, Inc., an entertainment and technology company, develops an interactive application that enables computer conversation with characters. The company focuses on content authoring software and artificial intelligence platform that enables to create conversations with digital and physical characters. It produces conversation-based narrative game for play on Facebook Messenger; entertainment applications that enable kids to have real conversations with various fun and quirky characters; and PullString platform to create computer conversation. The company also produces conversational experiences for various characters. PullString, Inc. was formerly known as ToyTalk, Inc. and changed its name to PullString, Inc. in April 2016. The company was incorporated in 2011 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Superhuman Labs Inc.

Seed Round in 2014
Superhuman is not just another email client. We are rebuilding the inbox from the ground up to make you brilliant at what you do. We specifically designed it for those of you who want the best. Superhuman is gorgeous. Blazingly fast. And comes with advanced features that make you feel superhuman. A.I. Triage. Undo Send. Insights from social networks. Follow-up Reminders, Scheduled Messages, and Read Statuses. To name but a few. Superhuman is so fast, delightful, and intelligent — you’ll feel like you have superpowers. Our team previously founded Rapportive (acquired by LinkedIn), created pry (used by 25% of ruby developers), and co-founded Rapleaf/Liveramp (acquired for $310M). We are based in San Francisco, and funded by all-star investors from Silicon Valley and NYC.

Rupa Health

Seed Round in 2021
Rupa, Inc., doing business as Rupa Health, develops an online platform that enables patients to access alternative healthcare providers in their area. It offers an online portal for ordering tests from labs and tracking the results. The company ships the test reports directly to the patient’s home. Rupa, Inc. was founded in 2018 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Swift Navigation, Inc.

Series A in 2015
Swift Navigation, Inc. develops hardware and software in the area of global positioning system (GPS). It offers Piksi Multi GNSS Module, a multi-band, multi-constellation RTK GNSS receiver that provides centimeter-level accuracy; Duro Ruggedized Receiver, a ruggedized version of the Piksi Multi RTK GNSS receiver for agricultural, robotics, maritime, and outdoor industrial applications; Skylark cloud corrections service; Starling, a GNSS positioning engine designed for automotive and autonomous vehicle applications; and accessories, such as GNSS modules, radios, antennas, and cables. It offers its products online. Swift Navigation, Inc. was founded in 2012 and is based in San Francisco, California with an additional location in Melbourne, Australia.

Roblox Corporation

Series C in 2008
Roblox is an online gaming and entertainment platform for a shared digital experience that brings people together through play. It enables anyone to imagine, create, and have fun with friends as they explore interactive 3D experiences produced by developers using their desktop design tool, Roblox Studio. The company is backed by Altimeter Capital, Dragoneer Investment Group, Investment Group of Santa Barbara, and Warner Music Group. The San Mateo, California-based company was established by Erik Cassel and David Baszucki in 2004.

Move Loot

Series A in 2015
Move Loot is a convenient way to buy and sell used furniture. Sellers can submit furniture with just a few clicks, then Move Loot curates, prices, and lists items to the marketplace. Buyers can browse and discover unique, quality furniture at affordable prices. Move Loot does all the heavy lifting, arranging to pick up from the seller and delivery to the buyer to make easy and hassle-free.

Altruik

Series A in 2009
Altruik was acquired and merged with SearchDex. www.searchdex.com Altruik is focused on making search engine optimization easy and scalable for eCommerce companies and online businesses. By using their technology to increase visibility in the search engines, companies can generate more site traffic, more visits to their content and product inventory pages, and higher click-through rates. Their automated Search Engine Optimization (SEO) solution easily integrates with all Content Management Systems (CMS) and legacy systems and efficiently manages the search engine optimization process. Plus, it offers several advantages over other options by: 1. Handling many of the labor-intensive and tedious tasks associated with implementing site-wide SEO changes. As a result, eCommerce companies and site owners save the time and ongoing cost of ensuring that their site content is visible to prospective customers 2. Ensuring that SEO best practices are implemented in a way that is fully compliant with the search engines 3. Seamlessly overcoming SEO barriers created by a company’s infrastructure, including inflexible legacy or Content Management Systems, limited technology resources, and lack of access to relevant performance and search data

PacketZoom

Venture Round in 2016
PacketZoom, Inc. provides cloud services to eliminate performance roadblocks on mobile applications. It has strategic alliances with Accellion, Inc. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in San Mateo, California. As of October 11, 2018, PacketZoom, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Roblox Corporation.

Axial

Seed Round in 2010
Axial is a provider of technology-enabled applications and services used to discreetly connect the participants in the private capital markets to discover and execute financial transactions. The company's mission is to connect every private company with the capital necessary to finance or exit its company. The network allows providers of capital to private companies, including lenders, equity investors, and strategic buyers, to find and be found by the right opportunities from the right entrepreneurs and the right bankers at the right time. Advisors and entrepreneurs use Axial to create and manage their company's professional profile, explore and execute financial transactions, and win new business.

Moat, Inc.

Series A in 2011
Moat is a free search engine for display ads. Moat also offers heatmap analytics and resources for creative. Online ads tend to be transient: visible one second and gone the next. Whether you want to see the ads from a particular brand, discover new advertisers, or get inspiration from innovative creative campaigns, the need for a centralized ad search is evident. Enter: Moat. Moat Ad Search is a search engine that focuses entirely on ads instead of other kinds of online content. Similar to traditional search engines, its results are compiled using a web crawler that is specifically tuned to look for ads on the web and index them for later retrieval. Moat also accepts submissions from advertisers and agencies that wish to have their ads included.

Civitas Learning

Series B in 2013
Civitas Learning’s student success intelligence platform leverages each institution’s unique data to help them chart the best course to improved outcomes for students. The platform is grounded in unparalleled work in data science, built into workflows with integrated applications, and implemented on-site with seasoned strategic service teams. Today, Civitas Learning works with 375 colleges and universities, serving nearly 8 million students. Together with their growing community of customers, Civitas Learning is making the most of the world’s learning data to help graduate a million more students per year by 2025.

Fab

Series C in 2012
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.

Jingle Networks

Series D in 2009
Jingle Networks is the leading provider of advertising and technology solutions for voice and mobile business search. By tapping into the thriving business search market, Jingle Networks provides a powerful new media channel to connect businesses with consumers ready to transact. Jingle Networks offers solutions that cater to carriers, network operators, adverting agencies, brand marketers and small businesses. Thousands of national brand marketers and local businesses use Jingle Network solutions to leverage brief in-call audio or text advertisements to acquire new customers via phone or during mobile app or online searches. Network operators and telecom carriers have also discovered the power of Jingle Networks technology and advertising solutions. Many select Jingle Networks as their search provider of choice. Whether you want to build a brand, create awareness or maximize business search, Jingle Networks has a solution that will guarantee success. Jingle Networks invented the free directory assistance service called 1-800-FREE411. Consumers dial 1-800-FREE411 (1-800-373-3411) from any phone in the United States to use the toll-free service, which allows callers to obtain any residential, business, or government phone number for no charge. Sponsors cover the service cost by playing short advertising messages, about 12 seconds long, customized based on the number the customer is looking up. The company was founded by veteran advertising and technology executives.

Gem

Seed Round in 2014
Gem empowers individuals to take full control of their wealth, to benefit from the value of their own data, and to experience the collective power of the decentralization movement spreading globally today. Gem has been powering this movement through its cryptocurrency wallets and blockchain platform since 2013. Our seasoned team of cryptocurrency software architects and blockchain engineers are building apps for the next generation of consumers, offering easier and more secure ways to participate in the rapidly evolving digital marketplace. Join the movement today at https://gem.co.

Curalate, Inc.

Seed Round in 2012
Curalate connects moments of discovery to commerce. By creating a compelling commerce experience that adapts to how your consumer discovers your products, Curalate enables a seamless transition between off-site discovery and on-site conversion. Hundreds of the world’s leading brands, including Gap, Neiman Marcus, Sephora, Better Homes & Gardens and J.Crew, rely on Curalate’s discovery driven platform to grow revenue across Pinterest, Instagram, Tumblr and Facebook. For more information please visit [Curalate.com](http://www.curalate.com).

Kno

Series C in 2011
Kno, Inc. is an education software company on a mission to "Change The Way Students Learn." We believe engagement is a leading indicator of learning success and grades are a lagging indicator. So we have partnered with over 80 leading publishers to offer more than 200,000 interactive titles that make learning more engaging, efficient, and social for students. They are the same books, only smarter. Each Kno eTextbook is packed with interactive features, assessments, and social sharing tools to engage students at the point of learning. And the Kno platform provides administrators and teachers with the tools they need to easily assign, manage, and monitor their digital learning content and assessments at an enterprise level. As part of Kno's commitment to "Do Well, Do Good," Kno has created the Kno for Good program, a partnership with DonorsChoose.org, to provide $1 for every purchase made through Kno towards a classroom in need. Founded in 2009, Kno, Inc. has emerged as a leader in education software. Kno, Inc. has received funding from Andreessen Horowitz, Intel Capital, Goldman Sachs, FLOODGATE and GSV Capital, and is based in Santa Clara, California. For more information, go to www.kno.com, or follow Kno at http://facebook.com/GoodtoKno and http://twitter.com/GoodtoKNO

Airbase, Inc

Series A in 2019
Airbase serves as an all-in-one platform for spend management, helping companies with their financial control and visibility. It combines approval workflows, corporate cards, bill pay, accounting automation, and reporting all in one place.The company was born out of the idea that spends management shouldn't have to be difficult. It offers a solution that lets companies invest less time on the tedious, manual tasks of tracking every dollar spent and more on being strategic partners to their businesses. Airbase was founded in 2017 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Blue Apron

Series A in 2013
Blue Apron is a New York-based start-up that is changing the way people cook at home. Blue Apron's weekly subscription service delivers everything you need to make fresh meals, including shopping for its customers at wholesale and delivering all the ingredients in specific proportions, along with printed recipe cards. The model aims to emulate having your own private chef-- subscribers will discover new recipes, eat fresher food, and save both time and money.

Demdex

Series A in 2010
Demdex provides Audience Management solutions for powering dynamic, multi-channel data strategies online. Having pioneered the SaaS Audience Management market since 2008, Demdex's services are continually being embraced by some of the world's most recognized brands across diverse industries.  As the best alternative to homegrown systems which are expensive to build, operate and maintain, Demdex's enterprise-level technology provides the scale, reliability, insight and performance necessary for businesses to succeed online.

Range

Seed Round in 2017
Range Labs Inc. develops software solutions. It offers Range, a set of tools that keep the team in sync; plan and control the schedules; build a log of the personal accomplishments; see all the tasks in one place; bring GitHub, Jira, Asana, Google Docs, Calendar, and others together; stay in sync with check-ins, objectives, flags, and others; and raise a flag to notify teammates. The company serves individuals, managers, organizations, engineering teams, distributed teams, and design teams. Range Labs Inc. was founded in 2017 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Clover Health

Series A in 2015
Clover Health is a provider of Medicare Advantage health plans to older Americans. The company operates a Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) platform to improve the quality of life of its members and physicians. Its platform utilizes patient-centered analytics and a dedicated care management team to identify potential risks and directly provide preventive care, thereby enabling patients and their health care providers to reduce avoidable spending as well as identify and manage chronic diseases. Clover uses sophisticated analytics and custom software to direct its own clinical staff to proactively fill in gaps in the care of its members.

Vidme

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

Bloc

Seed Round in 2013
Bloc, Inc. offers an online apprenticeship to teach the fundamentals of Web development. The company offers courses on Web Development, iOS, and Web design. Its curriculum enables students to choose their mentors based on experience, language, location, and availability; to build skills; and to do assignments. The company was incorporated in 2011 and is based in Palo Alto, California. As of April 9, 2018, Bloc, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Thinkful, Inc.

Get Satisfaction, Inc.

Series B in 2011
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.

Circulate, Inc.

Venture Round in 2015
Circulate helps publishers (Web and App), networks and SDK providers maximize their first-party data monetization strategies with one simple integration, on a privacy friendly basis. Circulate advances the science of targeting and media attribution by enabling industry partners to utilize match Data as a Service. Marketers and their agencies are empowered to provide a unified consumer experience, attribute success, prioritize marketing investments, extend their reach and personalize their content.

Agari Data, Inc.

Series D in 2016
Agari is the Trusted Email Identity Company™, protecting brands and people from devastating phishing and socially-engineered attacks. Using applied data science and a diverse set of signals, Agari protects the workforce from inbound business email compromise, supply chain fraud, spear phishing, and account takeover-based attacks, reducing business risk and restoring trust to the inbox. Agari also prevents spoofing of outbound email from the enterprise to customers, increasing deliverability and preserving brand integrity.

Labelbox, Inc.

Series B in 2020
Labelbox is a collaborative training data platform for machine learning applications. Rather than requiring companies to build their own expensive and incomplete homegrown tools to create or manage training data, Labelbox created the world’s first training data platform that acts as a central hub for data science teams to create and manage training data with internal or external labeling teams. Better ways to input and manage data means higher quality training data and more accurate machine-learning models.

Tesorio

Series A in 2019
Tesorio is the cash flow performance platform, which Accounts Receivable, Treasury, and FP&A teams use to manage, predict, and collect cash. Its AI processes over $30 billion in transactions each year for companies ranging from 50 to 10,000 employees. Tesorio serves customers around the globe with AR automation and cash flow forecasting, across verticals including software, manufacturing, retail, finance, and pharmaceuticals.Customers include Box, Veeva Systems, WP Engine, Currency Cloud, Instructure and many other publicly traded and privately held companies that care about cash flow performance.

Warby Parker

Series C in 2013
Warby Parker is a lifestyle brand that offers designer eyewear at a revolutionary price operating as a socially conscious business. Approximately one billion people don't have access to affordable glasses. Glasses can increase one's income by 20%, enable students to see a blackboard, and offer dignity to those with poor eyesight. Warby Parker works with experienced non-profit partners to ensure that each sale of our frames will give someone in need access to affordable glasses.

DNAnexus

Series G in 2020
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.

Real Food Works

Seed Round in 2013
Real Food Works is dedicated to helping people live healthier by eating more plant-based whole foods. It offers a new kind of subscription program, featuring wholesome, delicious, nutritionally optimized meals prepared by local independent restaurants and delivered fresh to our customers each week. The program philosophy is best described by author Michael Pollan: "Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants." Food is prepared by a network of local independent restaurants. Each partner creates dishes that reflect their own culinary vision yet still meet strict nutritional requirements. Meals arrive fresh, ready to eat, in individual portions of breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Dishes are offered in a rotating weekly menu of 25 different options each week, with a wide variety of cuisines represented.

AppNexus

Seed Round in 2007
Provides trading solutions and powers marketplaces for internet advertising

One Kings Lane, Inc.

Series B in 2011
One Kings Lane, Inc. operates an online shop for designer, vintage, and home furnishings. The company’s products include furniture, rugs, and art and mirrors, as well as lighting, bed and bath, décor, and kids and baby products. It also offers products through its retail stores in New York and Southampton, New York. The company was founded in 2009 and is based in San Francisco, California with an additional office in New York, New York. As of April 13, 2020, One Kings Lane, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of CSC Generation, Inc.

Pantheon

Series B in 2014
Pantheon Systems, Inc. provides a Website management platform for agile marketers and developers to build, launch, and manage WordPress and Drupal sites. It serves customers in media and publishing, technology, higher education, nonprofit, government, healthcare, financial services, food and beverage, manufacturing, and travel and transportation industries. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Confide, Inc.

Seed Round in 2016
Confide is a messaging platform that relies on public and private encryption keys to keep messages secret while they’re in transit. With encrypted, self-destructing, and screenshot-proof messages, Confide gives users the comfort of knowing that their private communication will now truly stay that way.

Labelbox, Inc.

Seed Round in 2018
Labelbox is a collaborative training data platform for machine learning applications. Rather than requiring companies to build their own expensive and incomplete homegrown tools to create or manage training data, Labelbox created the world’s first training data platform that acts as a central hub for data science teams to create and manage training data with internal or external labeling teams. Better ways to input and manage data means higher quality training data and more accurate machine-learning models.

Togg

Series A in 2020
Togg develops a device which gets integrated in to the infrastructure of the new home. The device can follow simple commands, including to turn the lights on and off, giving a weather report, and tell jokes. Togg was founded in 2016 and is based in Palo Alto, California.

Readyforce

Series A in 2010
First professional network designed and built for the specific needs of college students

URX

Series A in 2014
URX empowers publishers to monetize mobile content and enables advertisers to drive mobile commerce. The world's most forward-thinking companies use URX to connect users directly to relevant commerce experiences.

Monetate

Series A in 2010
Monetate, Inc. develops a personalization software solution that enables marketers to create a relevant and personalized customer experience. The company’s solutions include testing and optimization, segmentation and targeting, 1-to-1 personalization, recommendations, data integrations and APIS, audience insights, and customer data management. It serves brands and retailers worldwide. Monetate, Inc. has a strategic partnership with Bazaarvoice, Inc. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania. It has additional locations in the United States, Canada, Mexico, South America, Europe, Middle East, and Africa.

ScanScout

Series A in 2006
ScanScout is the market-leading online video advertising network. The company partners with major advertisers and publishers to maximize video advertising opportunities. ScanScout creates a new significant revenue stream for publishers, helping them to extract the most value out of their video content and monetize it in a user-friendly manner. For advertisers, ScanScout provides the ability to target, optimize and deliver ad messages to the right content and audience, maximizing user engagement. ScanScout is one of the largest online video networks on the web, serving hundreds of millions of ad impressions every month. The company is headquartered in Boston with offices in New York and Los Angeles.

CE Interactive

Series A in 2008
Wirewize is a product of CE Interactive, a New York-based software and services company that has developed the definitive platform to help users manage, support, improve and simplify their consumer electronics experience. CEI represents the next generation of support services, and provides its solutions to consumer electronics retailers, manufacturers, service providers and consumers. CEI's unique information delivery technologies provide cross-brand model specific support solutions at all critical customer touch points; on the retail floor, through a call center help desk, through a service or installation event, and by the customer directly over the web.

Blue Apron

Series B in 2013
Blue Apron is a New York-based start-up that is changing the way people cook at home. Blue Apron's weekly subscription service delivers everything you need to make fresh meals, including shopping for its customers at wholesale and delivering all the ingredients in specific proportions, along with printed recipe cards. The model aims to emulate having your own private chef-- subscribers will discover new recipes, eat fresher food, and save both time and money.

CoTweet

Series A in 2009
CoTweet is a business front-end for Twitter, enabling companies to engage in proactive marketing and response-oriented customer service activities. On March 2, 2010 CoTweet was acquired by ExactTarget.

LendingHome

Series C in 2015
LendingHome offers fix-and-flip bridge loans and rental loans for real estate investors. Its built-from-scratch technology simplifies every stage of the loan process, ensuring easy financing for both novices and experienced real estate investors. LendingHome was established in 2014 by James Herbert and Matt Humphrey in San Francisco, California.

Area 1 Security

Series B in 2015
Based in Redwood City, CA, Area 1 Security is developing a product focused on eliminating targeted, socially engineered cyber attacks. Founded by security experts from NSA and MIT, and data analytics specialists from NSA and Disney, the stealth mode startup has raised $25.5 million in total funding to date. Investors include Icon Ventures, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Allegis Capital, Cowboy Ventures; Data Collective (DCVC); First Round Capital; RedSeal Networks CEO and former Venrock partner Ray Rothrock; and Shape Security CEO Derek Smith.

Fundera

Series A in 2014
Fundera provides expert insights and tailored options—from loans to credit cards to bank accounts—so business owners can shop and compare financial choices they often don’t know they have. We partner throughout every stage of their business, helping them weigh the best-fit financial options based on their current needs and eligibility. Through the combination of our proprietary technology and financial expertise, business owners are able to make their smartest business decisions yet.

Pocket Change Inc.

Seed Round in 2011
Pocket Change Inc. operates an online monetization and distribution platform which enables iOS and Android game developers to monetize their apps via a token system. It also enables the user to earn virtual credits by using mobile apps, later these credits can be redeemed for products in the pocket change store. Pocket Change Inc. was formerly known as Lunch Money Co. The company was incorporated in 2011 and is based in San Francisco, California.

VigLink, Inc.

Series A in 2010
VigLink, Inc. operates a platform for content-driven commerce that processes various page-views and clicks. The company monetizes content that drives commerce for various sites and works with merchants to drive sales. Its products include VigLink Convert that transforms existing product links into valuable marketing traffic; VigLink Insert that identifies commercial linking opportunities from customer’s content and transforms text into links on their behalf; and VigLink Anywhere that enables users to create and share revenue-generating links across collaborative networks, such as social and email. The company provides its solutions for publishers, advertisers, forums, blogs, mobile applications, affiliate marketers, and developers. VigLink, Inc. was founded in 2009 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of December 13, 2018, VigLink, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of sovrn Holdings, Inc.

Mint

Seed Round in 2006
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.

Ubiquity6

Series A in 2018
Ubiquity6, Inc. develops a platform for people to create and interact in shared augmented reality (AR) spaces to the real world. It uses computer vision to enable users to develop a cloud based AR copy of the physical world. The company was incorporated in 2017 and is based in San Francisco, California.

33Across

Series B in 2011
33Across is a technology company focused on solving the challenge of consumer attention for automated advertising. Our Attention Platform is the first programmatic solution to unify high-impact creative, quality supply, and true technology-driven scale. Brands can now deliver superior audience engagement while 33Across publishers benefit from the ability to drive more revenue for every ad placement, resulting in greater efficiency and an enhanced consumer experience..

Aggregate Knowledge

Seed Round in 2006
Aggregate Knowledge (AK) is the only media intelligence company that offers advertisers and agencies an exact science to pinpoint where to reach highest performing customers in a single platform. AK’s patented media intelligence platform (MIP) is the only data management solution that combines both media and audience data, enabling marketers to most effectively allocate media dollars, resulting in increased reach, higher sales and dramatically improved media spend efficiency.

Cluster Labs

Seed Round in 2013
Cluster Labs is a mobile application that allows its users to create albums and share photos with friends and family members. The application enables its users to create a Cluster by adding a set of photos of an event or topic and tag people who were present at the event, allowing them to contribute photos to the album. It enables brides to collect photos from wedding guests; parents to collect photos of their children; students to build photo collections of each year; travelers to collect photos from travel companions; and more. Cluster Labs was launched in January 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Sherpaa, Inc.

Seed Round in 2012
Sherpaa was co-founded by Dr. Jay Parkinson MD, MPH, trained in pediatrics and preventive medicine at St. Vincent’s and Johns Hopkins. He’s given talks for TED and The Clinton Global Initiative. He’s been referred to as “The Doctor of the Future”. Cheryl Swirnow, Sherpaa’s co-founder, graduated from Cornell’s Hotel School with a concentration in HR. With fifteen years' experience in Human Resources, she has worked for the likes of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Quintessentially, Nike, The Barbarian Group and Rent the Runway.

Merlin Labs

Seed Round in 2020
Merlin Labs is building an autonomous infrastructure for the sky above us, enabling goods, and eventually people, to fly without pilots.

DogVacay

Series B in 2014
DogVacay is an online community that connects pet parents with over 20,000 pet sitters across North America, ready to care for your dog like a member of their family. It's a safe, convenient and affordable way to make sure your best friend is in a loving home while you're away. All reservations include pet insurance, 24/7 customer support, and daily photo updates of your pooch enjoying a "vacay" of his own. With thousands of 5-star reviews and prices that average half the local kennel, you can finally travel with peace of mind.

Kubecost

Series A in 2022
Kubecost gives you visibility into your Kubernetes resources to reduce spend and prevent resource-based outages

DogVacay

Series B in 2013
DogVacay is an online community that connects pet parents with over 20,000 pet sitters across North America, ready to care for your dog like a member of their family. It's a safe, convenient and affordable way to make sure your best friend is in a loving home while you're away. All reservations include pet insurance, 24/7 customer support, and daily photo updates of your pooch enjoying a "vacay" of his own. With thousands of 5-star reviews and prices that average half the local kennel, you can finally travel with peace of mind.

Against Gravity

Series C in 2020
Rec Room is an augmented and virtual reality software company that operates in the technology industry. They share a passion for VR, AR, social, and multiplayer experiences. The company was founded in on April 1, 2016, and is headquartered in Seattle, Washington, USA.

Kandji, Inc.

Series C in 2021
Kandji, Inc. provides a cloud-based software that offer customizable security, compliance, and reporting solutions for Mac computers. It offers Kandji, a software that allows users to configure and enforce macOS security parameters; and monitor and auto-remediate. Kandji, Inc. was formerly known as Kandji LLC. The company was incorporated in 2018 and is based in San Diego, California.

TechForward

Series A in 2007
TechForward gives customers the flexibility to upgrade their computers and electronics more affordably, easily, and responsibly. Our Guaranteed Buyback® Plans take the uncertainty out of upgrading by guaranteeing future trade-in values for devices at the point and time of sale, by making the trade-in process easy, and by reusing or recycling returned devices. TechForward, Inc. is a privately-held company based in Los Angeles.

Drift Marketplace, Inc.

Series A in 2017
Drift Marketplace, Inc. develops peer-to-peer energy software which reduces the administrative and billing costs. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in Seattle, Washington.

Odeko

Seed Round in 2019
Odeko was born out of years of looking for the technology product that would propel the small business sector in America into the competitive, global race that is today’s economy. You’re no longer just trying to beat the other store across town. You’ve got multinational corporations on the corner, technology giants delivering to your customer’s door step, and huge financial institutions bank rolling and consolidating your industry.

Aereo

Series A in 2012
Aereo is a New York City-based technology company that allows consumers to access live broadcast television on Internet-connected devices through use of its remote integrated (cloud-based) antenna/DVR technology. Using Aereo’s technology, consumers can pause and rewind any program that they are watching live, or save a program for future viewing. A cable or satellite television subscription is not required to use Aereo. Aereo is currently supported on iPad, iPhone, Chrome, Safari on MacBook, Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Opera, AppleTV (via airplay) and Roku platforms. The Aereo app for Android™ is available for download for devices running Android operating system version 4.1 or higher. Aereo membership begins at $8 per month, for access to Aereo’s cloud-based antenna/DVR technology and 20 hours of DVR storage. For an additional $4, consumers can upgrade their membership and receive 60 hours of DVR storage for a total of $12 per month. Consumers who join Aereo will get their first month of access for free. Backed by Barry Diller’s IAC and led by CEO and Founder Chet Kanoja, Aereo launched in February 2012.

Velano Vascular

Series A in 2016
Velano Vascular's technologies transform care by reducing the stress and anxiety related to blood draws during hospitalization. The company's needle-free device reduces pain and discomfort for patients, and enhances safety and efficiency for providers. Founded by a patient and a physician, Velano Vascular is backed by First Round Capital, Kapor Capital and White Owl Capital. The company’s collaborators include leading U.S. hospital systems and organizations innovating in patient-centered care.

TetraScience

Seed Round in 2015
TetraScience develops hardware and software solutions to monitor and manage research experiments and log the data in the cloud. It offers sensors to monitor temperature, humidity, acceleration, etc.; camera to view experiment or tools; electric switches; adapters to connect hardware tools that comprise syringe pumps and wave generators; and timers. TetraScience serves scientists, engineers, managers, and safety officers. It has a strategic partnership with Dotmatics. Alok Tayi, Salvatore Savo, and Siping Wang founded TetraScience on October 21, 2014. It has its headquarters in Boston in Massachusetts.

Career planet Infotech

Series C in 2011
Career Planet InfoTech is a Faridabad based HR consultancy, started its operations way back in 2009 and from there on it has made a place for itself in all these years by growing from strength to strength. From Talent sourcing and Talent administration we deliver seamless solutions through excellent cross service collaboration. As all our efforts are made keeping client satisfaction in mind, we can provide all Human Resource related assistance. Our Service offerings include: Recruitments Staffing Permanent/Contractual Payroll Services Campus Placements

Sendori

Series A in 2007
Sendori is creating compelling digital marketing solutions for our partners (advertisers and publishers) that help reduce cost, generate revenue and protect brand equity. Sendori has a diverse mix of high converting traffic, from our proprietary and 3rd party network sources. We also have patented one-click redirect technology and a powerful, proprietary ad serving platform to power digital advertising campaigns: to drive conversions and lower cost per acquisition.

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.

Airbase, Inc

Series A in 2020
Airbase serves as an all-in-one platform for spend management, helping companies with their financial control and visibility. It combines approval workflows, corporate cards, bill pay, accounting automation, and reporting all in one place.The company was born out of the idea that spends management shouldn't have to be difficult. It offers a solution that lets companies invest less time on the tedious, manual tasks of tracking every dollar spent and more on being strategic partners to their businesses. Airbase was founded in 2017 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Airware

Seed Round in 2013
Airware is an enterprise drone analytics company enabling enterprises to harness aerial data and turn it into valuable business insights that can be shared and acted on across sites, teams, and geographies. Our solutions enable enterprises to reinvent their organizations for the digital era by translating aerial data into business impact. Drones are enabling companies to more efficiently and effectively capture data, and Airware allows enterprises to integrate this data with existing information and workflows to improve efficiency, productivity, and safety. Airware provides aerial insights drone solutions for insurance, mining, construction, and aggregates.

BigBrain

Seed Round in 2021
BigBrain is launching its BigBrain trivia game where you can win real-money prizes.

Clearbit, Inc.

Pre Seed Round in 2015
Clearbit develops business intelligence to help companies find more information of customers in order to increase sales and reduce fraud. Alex McCaw, Harlow Ward, and Rob Holland founded Clearbit in 2014, with its headquarters in San Francisco in California.

Studs

Seed Round in 2019
Studs celebrate the freedom to live without labels and to not be confined to one prescribed identity determined by someone other than yourself. In this new era, (ear-a!?) they believe that ears are the new key to unlocking self-expression, and they are passionate about updating the piercing experience for all ears. Whether you want a fresh piercing or simply some new ear bling, they are a team of earscape artists and they are h(ear) for you.

Abstract

Seed Round in 2016
Abstract is the design workflow management system that empowers design teams and stakeholders to seamlessly manage, version, and collaborate. It specializes in the fields of software, web apps, and web designs. It was founded in 2015 and headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Radvocate

Seed Round in 2020
FairShake is a company that empowers individuals to reach fair resolutions in disputes with large companies. FairShake is building the future of consumer law by giving everyone the power to understand and assert their consumer rights. They make it easy for people every day to achieve fair resolutions in disputes with the world’s largest companies, by transforming the bureaucratic nightmare of a consumer arbitration claim into a simple, expert-supported online experience. It was founded in 2017 and is headquartered in Oakland, California.

Upstart Network, Inc.

Series A in 2013
Upstart Network, Inc. develops and operates a peer-to-peer online lending marketplace that serves as a platform for obtaining fixed rate personal loans. Its model considers credit history, education, area of study, and employment history to lend money to borrowers. The company was incorporated in 2012 and is based in San Mateo, California. Upstart Network, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Upstart Holdings, Inc.

Kentik Technologies, Inc.

Series B in 2016
Kentik is a network intelligence platform that provides visibility, performance, and security services to digital enterprises. It helps businesses eliminate the visibility and intelligence gaps associated with running dynamic and complex networks and achieve greater network performance, reliability, and security. It was founded in 2014 and headquartered in San Francisco, California.

VigLink, Inc.

Series B in 2011
VigLink, Inc. operates a platform for content-driven commerce that processes various page-views and clicks. The company monetizes content that drives commerce for various sites and works with merchants to drive sales. Its products include VigLink Convert that transforms existing product links into valuable marketing traffic; VigLink Insert that identifies commercial linking opportunities from customer’s content and transforms text into links on their behalf; and VigLink Anywhere that enables users to create and share revenue-generating links across collaborative networks, such as social and email. The company provides its solutions for publishers, advertisers, forums, blogs, mobile applications, affiliate marketers, and developers. VigLink, Inc. was founded in 2009 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of December 13, 2018, VigLink, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of sovrn Holdings, Inc.

SAY Media

Series C in 2006
Say Media is a digital publishing company. Through its award-winning Tempest publishing platform and media services, Say Media enables its portfolio of independent content creators to build passionate communities around key consumer interest areas such as Style, Living, Food and Tech. The company provides simple and accountable ways for the world’s top brands to engage with these passionate audiences, at scale, with a reach of more than 400 million people around the world. Say Media is headquartered in San Francisco and New York, with offices across North America, in the UK and Australia.

DeepFraud AI

Series A in 2022
DeepFraud Technologies Inc., doing business as EvolutionIQ, operates a predictive analytics platform for general liability, workers compensation, and group disability insurance businesses. It offers EvolutionIQ that applies AI and data collection to claims analytics for time series analytics, individualized medical processing and variation, and claim notes and natural language processing. The company’s EvolutionIQ also provides intelligent fraud and malingering detection, and predictive claim processing. The company was founded in 2018 and is based in New York, New York.

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.

Arbor Technologies, Inc.

Seed Round in 2015
Arbor (formerly known as Pippio) operates the first marketplace for people-based data. Publishers and app developers are empowered to surface, value, and fully monetize their data asset in a privacy-friendly, transparent manner. Marketers gain accurate insights on their customers and the tools to reach them more precisely. Founded in 2014, Arbor is headquartered in New York City with offices in San Francisco. We’re backed by First Round, Canaan Partners, and Great Oaks.

Lob

Series A in 2014
Lob automates direct mail for modern businesses. More than 7,000 companies use Lob’s APIs to move faster and create new growth opportunities. Lob’s APIs dramatically reduce mail processing time, reclaiming thousands of hours and improving data quality. One in four households in the U.S. have received mail generated through Lob’s platform. Headquartered in San Francisco, Lob is backed by leading investors including Y Combinator, First Round Capital and Polaris Partners.

VigLink, Inc.

Series C in 2014
VigLink, Inc. operates a platform for content-driven commerce that processes various page-views and clicks. The company monetizes content that drives commerce for various sites and works with merchants to drive sales. Its products include VigLink Convert that transforms existing product links into valuable marketing traffic; VigLink Insert that identifies commercial linking opportunities from customer’s content and transforms text into links on their behalf; and VigLink Anywhere that enables users to create and share revenue-generating links across collaborative networks, such as social and email. The company provides its solutions for publishers, advertisers, forums, blogs, mobile applications, affiliate marketers, and developers. VigLink, Inc. was founded in 2009 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of December 13, 2018, VigLink, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of sovrn Holdings, Inc.

HotelTonight

Series D in 2013
HotelTonight, Inc. provides mobile applications for booking same-day unsold hotel deals. It offers a marketplace for hotels to fill tonight only and last-minute rooms that would otherwise remain empty; and enables guests to book the deals using their smartphones and tablets. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of April 15, 2019, HotelTonight, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Airbnb, Inc.

Keeps

Seed Round in 2017
2 out of 3 men will start to lose their hair by the age of 35 - but the earlier you take action, the more hair you keep. Keeps is a full-service healthcare company focused exclusively on helping men keep their hair. From expert diagnosis to affordable treatment, patient support to education, Keeps provides a regimen specific to each customer's condition through a seamless digital experience, allowing men to manage hair loss from start to finish. Keeps’ licensed physicians review each customer's information in order to identify and prescribe a unique treatment plan of FDA-approved products, and we sell them at half the price customers would pay at their local pharmacy. With Keeps, customers receive exactly what they need, and nothing they don’t. Keeps is the first brand from Thirty Madison, which is rebuilding the healthcare experience for the modern consumer.

Tesorio

Series B in 2022
Tesorio is the cash flow performance platform, which Accounts Receivable, Treasury, and FP&A teams use to manage, predict, and collect cash. Its AI processes over $30 billion in transactions each year for companies ranging from 50 to 10,000 employees. Tesorio serves customers around the globe with AR automation and cash flow forecasting, across verticals including software, manufacturing, retail, finance, and pharmaceuticals.Customers include Box, Veeva Systems, WP Engine, Currency Cloud, Instructure and many other publicly traded and privately held companies that care about cash flow performance.

Remind

Series A in 2013
Remind is a communication platform that helps every student succeed. Founded in 2011, Remind allows school and district administrators to reach and engage with their communities and connects educators and families with the tools that help them teach and learn. Investors include First Round Capital, GSV, Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers, and Social Capital.

Xobni

Series C in 2010
Xobni (the word 'inbox' spelled backwards) makes your inbox and address book smarter. First launching to the public in 2008, Xobni and its Smartr product suite, discover all the people you've ever emailed, called or texted, and creates complete and social profiles that are instantly searchable. Profiles include a photo, job title, company details, email history as well as updates from your contacts on [LinkedIn](/organization/linkedin), [Facebook](/organization/facebook), and [Twitter](/organization/twitter). Products for Gmail, Android and iPhone are available under the Smartr brand, and Xobni is available for Outlook and [BlackBerry](/organization/blackberry).

Ze Frank Games

Seed Round in 2010
social network meets social game

Collective Retreats

Seed Round in 2017
Collective Hotels & Retreats, Inc. owns and operates hotels and retreats in Colorado. It offers luxury tent accommodations and cabins. The company also provides on and off property dining options, such as meals, snacks, beverages, and treats. In addition, it offers various activities, including winery trips, fly fishing excursions, horseback riding and cattle roundups, jeep and ATV tours, zip adventures and zip line tours, white water rafting, and other activities. Collective Hotels & Retreats, Inc. was founded in 2015 and is based in Denver, Colorado.

Merlin Labs

Series B in 2022
Merlin Labs is building an autonomous infrastructure for the sky above us, enabling goods, and eventually people, to fly without pilots.

ScanScout

Series A in 2007
ScanScout is the market-leading online video advertising network. The company partners with major advertisers and publishers to maximize video advertising opportunities. ScanScout creates a new significant revenue stream for publishers, helping them to extract the most value out of their video content and monetize it in a user-friendly manner. For advertisers, ScanScout provides the ability to target, optimize and deliver ad messages to the right content and audience, maximizing user engagement. ScanScout is one of the largest online video networks on the web, serving hundreds of millions of ad impressions every month. The company is headquartered in Boston with offices in New York and Los Angeles.

64-x

Series A in 2022
64-x designs microorganisms with enhanced properties that enable otherwise unattainable applications in biomanufacturing, bioremediation, and health. Alexis Rovner, George Church, Jeffrey Way, and Pamela Silver founded 64-x on August 22, 2017. 64-x is based in San Francisco, CA.

AltSchool Inc.

Series A in 2014
AltSchool is an interdisciplinary team of educators, technologists and entrepreneurs building a network of schools that prepare students for our changing world. Each individual school is able to adapt to the needs of students, families and the surrounding community; the larger network connects everyone together and enables a far greater impact in our efforts to improve education. Underlying it all is a platform and curriculum that is personalized to each individual child.

Keeps

Series A in 2018
2 out of 3 men will start to lose their hair by the age of 35 - but the earlier you take action, the more hair you keep. Keeps is a full-service healthcare company focused exclusively on helping men keep their hair. From expert diagnosis to affordable treatment, patient support to education, Keeps provides a regimen specific to each customer's condition through a seamless digital experience, allowing men to manage hair loss from start to finish. Keeps’ licensed physicians review each customer's information in order to identify and prescribe a unique treatment plan of FDA-approved products, and we sell them at half the price customers would pay at their local pharmacy. With Keeps, customers receive exactly what they need, and nothing they don’t. Keeps is the first brand from Thirty Madison, which is rebuilding the healthcare experience for the modern consumer.

Forward

Seed Round in 2016
Forward is a startup redesigning the way healthcare is delivered using all the technologies healthcare has neglected such as sensors, mobile, and AI. Forward was founded in January 2016 by former executives and engineering leaders from Google and Uber and led by serial entrepreneur Adrian Aoun. Forward was funded by some of the world's best investors and entrepreneurs including First Round Capital, Eric Schmidt (Google/Alphabet chairman), Marc Benioff (Salesforce founder), Joe Lonsdale (Palantir founder), Joshua Kushner (Oscar co-founder), and Garrett Camp (Uber co-founder).

Dandy

Seed Round in 2019
Dandy is a live dating app that builts to solve the problem of immense time and effort required by existing online dating experiences. It allows USC students to virtually connect through instant messages, without needing to meet in person. The live dating app emulates raw human behavior, as it gives students a convenient way to connect, by addressing issues of unreliability and privacy on current dating apps

Buddybuild

Seed Round in 2016
Buddybuild ties together continuous integration, continuous delivery and an iterative feedback solution into a single, seamless platform.No more cobbling together disparate systems to meet your mobile development needs.With buddybuild, you can focus on what matters most: creating awesome apps. Buddybuild is the only mobile continuous integration and delivery platform that takes just minutes to set up. With every code change, buddybuild will kick off a new build and run any tests for your app. Then, with a simple screenshot, testers can send their feedback along with diagnostic details to help resolve issues. Stop cobbling together and maintaining disparate mobile development systems.

Plastic Jungle

Series C in 2010
Plastic Jungle (www.plasticjungle.com) is the web's largest secured gift card exchange, giving consumers the choice and flexibility to convert their gift cards into other forms of spending power including cash, online balances to use for purchases at the millions of merchants that accept PayPal, Facebook Credits, and more and to stretch their shopping dollars at their favorite merchants. Plastic Jungle's patent-pending marketplace and payment applications aim to safely unlock the estimated $30 billion in unredeemed gift cards trapped in the economy for the benefit of consumers and merchants alike. Based in San Jose, California, the company is privately held, with venture backing from Shasta Ventures, Redpoint Ventures, Jafco Ventures, First Round Capital, Bay Partners, Harrison Metal and Western Technology Investment.

Verto Education, Inc.

Seed Round in 2019
Verto Education, Inc. provides semester traveling services for students to travel overseas and earn college credit for campus programs and admissions. It offers semester traveling services to Central America, South Pacific, and Southeast Asia to learn about subjects, including environmental science, public health, business, and finance. The company also provides on-campus programs in Ireland, England, and New Zealand. Verto Education, Inc. was founded in 2017 and is based in Portland, Oregon.

Aster Data Systems

Series A in 2007
Teradata Aster is a leading innovator in Big Data Analytics, helping companies analyze and extract business value from all their data.

Labelbox, Inc.

Series C in 2021
Labelbox is a collaborative training data platform for machine learning applications. Rather than requiring companies to build their own expensive and incomplete homegrown tools to create or manage training data, Labelbox created the world’s first training data platform that acts as a central hub for data science teams to create and manage training data with internal or external labeling teams. Better ways to input and manage data means higher quality training data and more accurate machine-learning models.

Vouch Financial

Series A in 2015
Vouch brings friend-powered finance to the lending industry. It helps borrowers get personal loans at better terms than other lending institutions or marketplaces typically offer. The company was incorporated in 2016 and is based in San Francisco, California.

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.

Metromile, Inc.

Series D in 2016
Metromile is the provider of pay-per-mile car insurance company in the U.S. Powered by data science and machine learning, the company is disrupting a $250 billion auto insurance category. Metromile is building a loyal community of drivers who come for the savings and stay for the experience. AVA, Metromile's AI-driven claims system, is designed to speed up the process of verifying and paying out insurance claims. Using Metromile Pulse sensor data, AVA can reconstruct the scene of an accident to instantly determine if claim details are accurate. When the claim is verified, Metromile is able to automatically approve payments within seconds.

New Matter, Inc.

Series A in 2015
New Matter was founded in 2014 with a mission to bring 3D printing to every home, school, and office. Led by its flagship product, the MOD-t desktop 3D printer, New Matter is poised to revolutionize the consumer 3D printing market by providing the first and only affordable, fully integrated, end-to-end consumer 3D printing experience.

Ring Inc.

Series A in 2014
Ring is an outdoor home security company that provides homeowners a line of preventative outdoor security doorbells and cameras. It is on a mission to reduce crime in neighborhoods and empower consumers by creating a Ring of Security around homes and communities with its suite of smart home security products: Ring Video Doorbell, Ring Video Doorbell Pro, Ring Stick Up Cam, and the new Ring Floodlight Cam. With these security devices, Ring has created the neighborhood watch for the digital age and continues to prevent burglaries and keep homes around the world safe. Ring was established in 2012 and is based in Santa Monica, California.

Athenascope

Seed Round in 2019
Athenascope, Inc. provides a platform via its website and apps to a community of registered users to engage in various activities, including to upload, generate, and display video highlights, share comments, opinions and ideas, and promote video content collection. The company was founded in 2018 and is based in Mountain View, California.

Homejoy, Inc.

Series B in 2013
Homejoy believes everyone deserves a happy home. With just a few clicks, Homejoy’s online platform will match you with a screened, background-checked and certified professional cleaner who maintains high customer ratings. And at $20/hour, Homejoy makes a sparkling home an affordable reality for everyone. Founded in 2010 by brother-sister duo Aaron and Adora Cheung, the San Francisco-based company serves 31 markets in North America and growing. For additional information on Homejoy, please visit www.homejoy.com/about or www.homejoy.com/press.

UrbanSitter, Inc.

Series A in 2012
UrbanSitter, Inc. operates a childcare marketplace where parents and babysitters meet through shared connections. It is an online resource where parents go to find and book babysitters and nannies recommended by people they know. The company offers its services in San Francisco, New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, Seattle, Washington D.C., Boston, Denver, and San Diego. UrbanSitter, Inc. was founded in 2010 and is based in San Francisco, California.

HotelTonight

Series D in 2013
HotelTonight, Inc. provides mobile applications for booking same-day unsold hotel deals. It offers a marketplace for hotels to fill tonight only and last-minute rooms that would otherwise remain empty; and enables guests to book the deals using their smartphones and tablets. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of April 15, 2019, HotelTonight, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Airbnb, Inc.

Merlin Labs

Series B in 2021
Merlin Labs is building an autonomous infrastructure for the sky above us, enabling goods, and eventually people, to fly without pilots.

Metric Insights

Seed Round in 2015
Metric Insights is an operator of a business intelligence platform used to empower businesses to effectively cut through data clutter. It helps to track metrics from business intelligence tools, big data, and SaaS applications, and uncovers anomalies and notifies users of significant changes in data that requires their attention that enable clients to benefit from intelligent data-driven decisions. It was founded in 2010 and headquartered in San Francisco, California.

HotelTonight

Series B in 2011
HotelTonight, Inc. provides mobile applications for booking same-day unsold hotel deals. It offers a marketplace for hotels to fill tonight only and last-minute rooms that would otherwise remain empty; and enables guests to book the deals using their smartphones and tablets. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of April 15, 2019, HotelTonight, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Airbnb, Inc.

Bento Labs, Inc.

Seed Round in 2015
The first smartphones launched in 2007, and compared to then, phones today have 50x the CPU power, a lot more sensors, and an order of magnitude more bandwidth available to them. Yet we still don’t have good solutions for app discovery, data sharing between apps, or instant personalization on the phone. We believe that if we rethink the app model — what it means to be an app on the phone, we can solve some of these long-standing issues. Our team has experience from companies like Google, Yahoo, RelateIQ, Coursera, VMware etc., and we are passionate about improving the phone experience for billions of people around the world.

Rockmelt

Seed Round in 2009
Rockmelt is a social web browser built off of Chromium and boasts deep integration with both Facebook and Twitter with its "Edges" which are filled with friends that are online and feeds that you follow complete with update badges. It also sports what some believe to be the next big search revolution. Unlike Google's universal navigation field, RockMelt has a dedicated search field that shows complete search results as a drop down overtop web pages. This is helpful when switching between different search results from one single query. Rockmelt also has its own URL shortener me.lt. The browser is supported on both Windows and OS X platforms. It is backed by one of Silicon Valley's most well-known personalities, Marc Andreessen. The principal engineer for Netscape Navigator, Robert John Churchill, is the principal engineer for RockMelt as well.

Adchemy

Series A in 2005
Saas-based software that helps marketers optimize their paid ad campaigns

Revel Technologies, Inc.

Seed Round in 2020
Revel Technologies, Inc. produces coffee that replaces caffeine. It offers Paraxanthine coffee that increases alertness without the jitters and anxiety for caffeine sensitive people. Revel Technologies, Inc. was founded in 2020 and is based in Oakland, California.

Gauntlet Networks, Inc.

Venture Round in 2020
Gauntlet builds a blockchain simulation and testing platform for financial systems. The company's blockchain simulation and the testing platform run a series of simulations to test the client's protocol or smart contract and gain intuition on how design choices affect behavior, thereby helping financial institutions by providing transparency and greatly reduces the cost of experimentation so that teams can rapidly design, launch, and scale new decentralized systems. Gauntlet was founded in 2018 and is headquartered in Brooklyn, NY, USA.

Pequity

Series A in 2021
Pequity helps teams make informed pay decisions, combat pay inequality, and work smarter. Let's de-complicate compensation, together.

Alma Health

Seed Round in 2018
Alma is a membership-based network for mental health care professionals that simplifies access to higher quality, more affordable mental healthcare.

Discourse

Series A in 2021
Discourse is the 100% open source discussion platform built for the next decade of the Internet. It works as: - a mailing list - a discussion forum - a long-form chat room - What’s different about it? - Discourse is a from-scratch reboot, an attempt to reimagine what a modern Internet discussion - platform should be today, in a world of ubiquitous smartphones, tablets, Facebook, and Twitter.

The Black Tux

Seed Round in 2014
The Black Tux, Inc. engages in the rental of suits and tuxedos. The company also rents shirts, vests, cufflinks and studs, neckwear, shoes, and other products. It offers products through its showrooms. The company was incorporated in 2012 and is based in Santa Monica, California.

Legl

Series B in 2022
Legl is a B2B SaaS platform enabling law firms to run their operations digitally – from streamlined onboarding, compliance, and payment tools to giving management critical business insights and their clients a service worthy of 2021.

PublicStuff LLC

Seed Round in 2011
PublicStuff helps cities transform their relationship with residents through technology. PublicStuff is a service that allows you to capture and notify the correct department in a city to get things fixed.

Reserve

Series B in 2017
Reserve Media, Inc. provides a digital dining concierge service for restaurants and diners. It provides Reserve, a service that enables customers to find various restaurants; and restaurants to accommodate more diners. The company was incorporated in 2013 and is based in New York, New York with additional offices in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Boston. As of November 2, 2018, Reserve Media, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Resy Network, Inc.

AppFirst

Seed Round in 2010
AppFirst’s is a patented technology that provides a solution for collecting every event across web-scale applications, regardless of the infrastructure type or programming language. With microsecond visibility into all the applications and supporting resources across their shared infrastructure, IT Operations can now deterministically get to the root cause, effectively footprint applications to determine exactly what resources that application requires, and proactively identify when their applications become wobbly. Those responsible for the infrastructure finally have a way to continuously understand the performance of every application running on the shared-resources they own.

UGOBE

Series B in 2006
Ugobe is formerly the parent company UGOBE is behind Pleo, a lifelike Camarasaurus robot that displays distinct emotional and developmental behaviors. Pleos weigh about 3.5 pounds and measure 21 inches from head to tail, and retailed for $349. The Pleo is full of infrared and motion sensors that detect how the Pleo is being interacted with, and speakers to help the robot make its emotions known. After Ugobe filed for bankruptcy, [Jetta Company Limited](/organization/jetta-company-limited) relaunched PLEO as part of its [Innvo Labs](/organization/innvo-labs) subsidiary.

GroupMe

Series B in 2011
GroupMe Inc. develops and operates a group messaging application that works on phone via push or SMS. Its platform enables users to join without smartphones, add anyone from their phone book, jump right in and chat with the group, and stay in touch with friends, coworkers, and family. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in New York, New York. As of August 21, 2011, GroupMe Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Skype Global S.à r.l.

Relay Network, LLC

Series A in 2011
Relay Network, LLC operates as a technology company that connects brands to their customers on a private messaging application. It sends messages on behalf of businesses; and let the customers opt in to receive messages on behalf of their service providers. The company serves healthcare, financial services, insurance, cable, energy, travel, and hospitality industries. Relay Network, LLC was incorporated in 2009 and is based in Radnor, Pennsylvania.

Invite Media

Seed Round in 2007
Invite Media is a stealth mode company located in Philadelphia, PA. They are currently working with a team of Wharton statisticians to develop media buying optimization technology for the display advertising market.

XClaim Inc.

Seed Round in 2020
XClaim Inc. operates an electronic platform for bankruptcy claims. The company provides XCLAIM that offers information on sourcing of claims and sellers, electronic trading facility, direct transfers of trading data, risk mitigation, and settlement facilities. XCLAIM Inc. was incorporated in 2018 and is based in Los Angeles, California.

AppFog

Series A in 2011
AppFog is a Platform-as-a-Service system for public clouds. This PaaS supports technology such as Java, Python, PHP, Ruby, MySQL, and more; and enables users to get add-ons and choose cross-cloud infrastructure such as CenturyLink Cloud, AWS US, AWS Europe, and AWS Asia.

Cricket Health

Series A in 2018
Cricket Health is a specialty kidney care provider of integrated nephrology and dialysis care for people with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) and End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD). Cricket Health delivers world-class, technology-enabled multidisciplinary care both in-person and virtually to achieve the best outcomes possible for patients and the best value for partners, keeping patients healthy and out of the hospital, accelerating access to transplant, and increasing home dialysis adoption. We are committed to aligning the success of our company with those of our partners and the patients whom we serve. Learn more at www.crickethealth.com and follow us @crickethealth

ModCloth, Inc.

Series C in 2015
ModCloth.com is a rip-roaringly innovative, rapidly growing e-tailer of vintage-inspired fashion and decor that’s out to shake up the way fashion is discovered, developed, and delivered. Through groundbreaking technology and press-recognized social media, they’re creating a user-empowering platform that’s redefining the face of social commerce. Founded in a CMU dorm room by high school sweethearts Eric & Susan Koger, ModCloth now has over 400 employees and offices in San Francisco, LA, and Pittsburgh.

Abra

Series A in 2015
Abra is the world’s first digital cash, peer-to-peer money transfer network. Buy, sell, and hold bitcoin or send bitcoin or fiat to any bitcoin wallet or any other Abra user instantly and securely. Abra uses bitcoin and blockchain technology to enable users to transact in over 50 currencies, including bitcoin. Founded in 2014 by Bill Barhydt, serial entrepreneur and global mobile-banking veteran, their team is based in Silicon Valley and committed to forever changing how the world moves money.

Grokker Inc.

Series B in 2016
Grokker takes the work out of workplace wellness with an easy-to-implement, holistic, and cost-effective program. With over 3,700 exercise, mindfulness, nutrition, finance, and sleep videos from 5 to 50 minutes, more than 130 master experts to choose from, and a supportive community to connect employees across locations, Grokker’s patented program delivers results.

Vidme

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

Verkada Inc.

Seed Round in 2017
Verkada Inc. develops and offers a cloud-based video management software that enables users to manage physical security. Its Command platform enables users to access, share, and archive footage across locations. The company also offers security cameras for security services. Its products include Dome; Mini; Fisheye; and Viewing Station series. It serves Healthcare, banks, education, retail, restaurants, government, and private business sectors. The company was incorporated in 2016 and is based in San Mateo, California. It has an additional location in London, United Kingdom.

Smartling

Series B in 2011
Smartling uses technology to transform the way content is created and consumed around the world. Smartling’s solution helps brands to access new markets, more customers and greater value. The Translation Management Platform allows ambitious brands to achieve a more dominant global position. Smartling enables brands such as British Airways, InterContinental Hotels Group, Uber, AdRoll, Shinola, Spotify, Pinterest, Hasbro and SurveyMonkey to provide truly native brand experiences. Smartling is headquartered in NYC with over 100 employees.

Aviso, Inc.

Series B in 2015
Aviso is the only AI-driven platform on the market purpose-built to drive accurate sales forecasting and improve pipeline management. With Aviso Sales Vision, sales executives and CFOs deliver accurate forecasts, sales managers move deals through the pipeline faster, and reps close more deals with AI-driven smart selling signals. A clear connection established between high performing sales teams and the adoption of AI, teams at Apttus, MongoDB, Splunk and RingCentral have replaced limited, legacy sales tools with an AI-driven platform that helps improve win rates and drive revenue.

Roblox Corporation

Series D in 2011
Roblox is an online gaming and entertainment platform for a shared digital experience that brings people together through play. It enables anyone to imagine, create, and have fun with friends as they explore interactive 3D experiences produced by developers using their desktop design tool, Roblox Studio. The company is backed by Altimeter Capital, Dragoneer Investment Group, Investment Group of Santa Barbara, and Warner Music Group. The San Mateo, California-based company was established by Erik Cassel and David Baszucki in 2004.

Spring Discovery, Inc

Seed Round in 2018
Spring Discovery is accelerating the discovery of therapies for aging. By targeting the biological processes of aging itself, we aim to uncover new therapies for the diseases of old age — from cardiovascular to neurodegenerative disease — and increase our healthy lifespans. We've built a machine learning platform to accelerate experimentation for discovering such therapies. We're hiring! https://www.springdisc.com/#careers

Upserve, Inc.

Venture Round in 2017
A restaurant management platform designed to make restaurants run smoother operations and exceed guest expectations

Civitas Learning

Series A in 2011
Civitas Learning’s student success intelligence platform leverages each institution’s unique data to help them chart the best course to improved outcomes for students. The platform is grounded in unparalleled work in data science, built into workflows with integrated applications, and implemented on-site with seasoned strategic service teams. Today, Civitas Learning works with 375 colleges and universities, serving nearly 8 million students. Together with their growing community of customers, Civitas Learning is making the most of the world’s learning data to help graduate a million more students per year by 2025.

Poppin

Series B in 2013
Poppin is a furniture design company that specializes in customization services, space planning services, and installation services. Its service also offers fully customized design solutions for companies, businesses, and organizations. It was founded in 2009 and headquartered in New York, United States.

Kiwi Crate

Seed Round in 2011
KiwiCo sparks creativity in kids and saves time for busy parents by providing all of the inspiration and materials necessary for hours of imaginative play and learning. With monthly deliveries of activities designed to help kids discover, explore, and create things in the world around them, KiwiCo brings hands-on fun right to the door. It was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Mountian View, California.

Cricket Health

Seed Round in 2016
Cricket Health is a specialty kidney care provider of integrated nephrology and dialysis care for people with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) and End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD). Cricket Health delivers world-class, technology-enabled multidisciplinary care both in-person and virtually to achieve the best outcomes possible for patients and the best value for partners, keeping patients healthy and out of the hospital, accelerating access to transplant, and increasing home dialysis adoption. We are committed to aligning the success of our company with those of our partners and the patients whom we serve. Learn more at www.crickethealth.com and follow us @crickethealth

Object Limited

Seed Round in 2020
Object Limited is the most fun way to buy vintage. Our handpicked vendors go on adventures around the world to find hidden treasures that we bring to life online so you can fill your home and closet with planet-friendly objects worth keeping.

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.

Yapta, Inc.

Series A in 2007
Yapta is a travel Website and browser add-on that lets you track flight prices as they change and alerts you when the price for a particular flight drops. It also helps you get a refund or credit from airlines with guaranteed low-price policies. The company also provides real-time price tracking of airfares and hotel rates across the globe via FareIQ and RoomIQ. Yapta was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in Seattle, Washington, United States.

Mercantile

Series A in 2022
Mercantile's goal is to unify the purchasing power of lots of small businesses in a given industry to negotiate with suppliers and deliver discounts on their top vendors.

Upserve, Inc.

Series B in 2013
A restaurant management platform designed to make restaurants run smoother operations and exceed guest expectations

Pinch Media

Seed Round in 2008
Pinch Media helps mobile application developers grow their businesses through free developer tools. The New York-based startup's initial products are focused on the iPhone SDK. Pinch Analytics, Pinch Media's first product, is a free analytics library that tracks all metrics necessary to optimize an iPhone application. Launched before the launch of Apple's AppStore, Pinch Analytics is in many live iPhone applications, including some of the largest. Regularly compiled in research reports, the aggregated information from Pinch Analytics helps developers plan their release and update strategies. Developers can gain access to this information and the insights gained from several million application downloads only by installing the Pinch Analytics library. While early, our platform has already been used to produce 500% increases in application sales. Pinch Media has also partnered with JumpTap, a prominent mobile network, to offer a Pinch Advertising program. Pinch Media's technology and JumpTap's dedicated sales force and strong relationship combine to provide unobtrusive mobile banners from high-quality brands for free, ad-supported applications. Pinch Media is currently accepting additional clients for both Pinch Analytics and Pinch Advertising.

Sproutling, Inc.

Venture Round in 2013
Sproutling, Inc. designs and builds smart products for baby monitoring. It offers baby wearable devices that monitor heart rate, motion, and position of babies; and enable users to get insights into the baby’s sleep patterns and environment to learn how to help them sleep better. The company also publishes a magazine. It serves parents and their families. The company was incorporated in 2012 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of January 29, 2016, Sproutling, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Mattel, Inc.

Mango Health, Inc.

Seed Round in 2012
Mango Health, Inc. develops and offers mobile healthcare applications. It offers a patient engagement platform that provides medication information, refill time, and peer comparison to users. It offers its services through mobile and web based applications. The company was incorporated in 2011 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of October 1, 2019, Mango Health, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of TrialCard Incorporated.

&Open

Seed Round in 2021
The gifting platform driving loyalty between customers and brands. We take a human approach. Using powerful technology, memorable gifts and global logistics we reach your customers and show them you care.

Wonder

Seed Round in 2013
Wonder is a research service that provides access to the intellect and fact-finding skills of a distributed network of researchers around the world. It enables anyone, from individuals up to Fortune 500s, to access knowledge when they need it most. Wonder was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in New York.

Smartling

Series A in 2010
Smartling uses technology to transform the way content is created and consumed around the world. Smartling’s solution helps brands to access new markets, more customers and greater value. The Translation Management Platform allows ambitious brands to achieve a more dominant global position. Smartling enables brands such as British Airways, InterContinental Hotels Group, Uber, AdRoll, Shinola, Spotify, Pinterest, Hasbro and SurveyMonkey to provide truly native brand experiences. Smartling is headquartered in NYC with over 100 employees.

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.

Knewton, Inc.

Series E in 2013
Knewton's mission is to personalize learning for the world. Teachers, schools, and education companies around the world use Knewton to power digital course materials that dynamically adapt to each student’s unique needs. Knewton provides students with tailored recommendations for exactly what to study, teachers with analytics to better support each student, and publishers with content insights to develop more effective digital products. Knewton was founded in 2008 and has offices in New York City, London, Tokyo, Singapore, and Dubai. Knewton has been recognized globally as a “Technology Pioneer” (World Economic Forum in Davos) and several times as one of the top 10 most innovative companies in education (Fast Company).

Level

Series A in 2021
Level is the modern dental plan for employers.

Verkada Inc.

Series B in 2019
Verkada Inc. develops and offers a cloud-based video management software that enables users to manage physical security. Its Command platform enables users to access, share, and archive footage across locations. The company also offers security cameras for security services. Its products include Dome; Mini; Fisheye; and Viewing Station series. It serves Healthcare, banks, education, retail, restaurants, government, and private business sectors. The company was incorporated in 2016 and is based in San Mateo, California. It has an additional location in London, United Kingdom.

Abstract

Series A in 2017
Abstract is the design workflow management system that empowers design teams and stakeholders to seamlessly manage, version, and collaborate. It specializes in the fields of software, web apps, and web designs. It was founded in 2015 and headquartered in San Francisco, California.

OnDeck Canada

Series D in 2013
OnDeck launched in Australia in 2015 to solve a major issue facing small businesses: efficient access to capital. They use cutting-edge technology to evaluate businesses based on their actual performance, not solely business owners’ personal credit scores. Ultimately, this makes it possible for us to responsibly expand access to credit. As a result, businesses are able to spend their time where it provides the most benefit—on their customers and on growing, rather than looking for a small business loan.

UberMedia

Series A in 2010
UberMedia’s diverse suite of products process billions of social, demographic, and location signals daily to understand and influence modern consumers with the most accurate business decision science. Targeted mobile advertising campaigns reach beyond generic visibility to solve real-world business objectives, including customer conquests, improved in-store visits, and increased sales. UberMedia delivers dynamic advertising solutions for Fortune 500 companies across retail, automotive, entertainment, and consumer markets. Recognized as a pioneer in targeted mobile advertising, UberMedia was listed as Fast Company’s “50 Most Innovative Companies” and The Wall Street Journal’s Top “50 Startups.” UberMedia is headquartered in Pasadena, CA as a network company of Idealab, a world-renowned operator of leading technology businesses. For more information, visit www.ubermedia.com.

Remotion

Seed Round in 2019
Remotion is a video calling platform designed for remote teams to collaborate through live video chats. Remotion allows users to talk live instead of typing or scheduling meetings. Remotion permits users to collaborate and build rapport with the face-to-face conversation that feels and looks like natural and working together.

Composer

Seed Round in 2021
Composer allows users to build, test, and manage automated investment strategies without writing a line of code. the company was founded in 202 and is based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Stickybits

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

Planet Labs Inc.

Series A in 2013
Planet Labs, Inc., a space and analytics company, provides information about the changing planet. The company operates a fleet of earth imaging satellites to frequently image the entire planet and provide open access to that information. Planet Labs Inc. was formerly known as Cosmogia, Inc. The company was incorporated in 2010 and is based in San Francisco, California.

eero

Venture Round in 2015
eero inc. develops Wi-Fi systems for homes. It offers eero, a Wi-Fi system that enables users to download the app and plug into their existing cable or DSL modem. The company also offers power over Ethernet (PoE+) adapter and mount; and a remote network management tool. eero inc. was incorporated in 2014 and is based in Sacramento, California. As of March 12, 2019, eero inc. operates as a subsidiary of Amazon.com, Inc.

Alma Health

Series A in 2019
Alma is a membership-based network for mental health care professionals that simplifies access to higher quality, more affordable mental healthcare.

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.

Plastic Jungle

Series A in 2009
Plastic Jungle (www.plasticjungle.com) is the web's largest secured gift card exchange, giving consumers the choice and flexibility to convert their gift cards into other forms of spending power including cash, online balances to use for purchases at the millions of merchants that accept PayPal, Facebook Credits, and more and to stretch their shopping dollars at their favorite merchants. Plastic Jungle's patent-pending marketplace and payment applications aim to safely unlock the estimated $30 billion in unredeemed gift cards trapped in the economy for the benefit of consumers and merchants alike. Based in San Jose, California, the company is privately held, with venture backing from Shasta Ventures, Redpoint Ventures, Jafco Ventures, First Round Capital, Bay Partners, Harrison Metal and Western Technology Investment.

Good Uncle

Seed Round in 2016
Good Uncle offers an application that enables college students to find and order food. Good Uncle offers delivery services to its customers’ college. It prepares food according to recipes collected from restaurants. Good Uncle was founded by Matt Doumar and Wiley Cerilli in November 2015.

StumbleUpon

Series A in 2009
StumbleUpon is the easiest way to discover new and interesting things from across the Web. More than 25 million people turn to StumbleUpon to be informed, entertained and surprised by content and information recommended just for them. In addition, more than 80,000 brands, publishers and other marketers have used StumbleUpon’s Paid Discovery platform to tell their stories and promote their products and services. Explore more at www.stumbleupon.com.

Krugle

Series A in 2005
Krugle provides a search engine specifically designed for developers. In addition, Krugle also offers collaboration tools that allow developers to interact with source code and each other.

Nomad Health

Series A in 2016
Nomad Health, Inc. operates an online marketplace that enables users to find freelance and permanent clinical work in the United States. Its market place enables doctors to search for jobs by location, pay rate, medical facility, and more; and healthcare facilities to find doctors. The company was incorporated in 2015 and is based in New York, New York.

Percolate

Seed Round in 2011
Percolate's complete web and mobile marketing software increases productivity, elevates your brand and helps you generate more sales. From governance, planning and content creation to audience acquisition, customer management and analytics, Percolate unites your brand, your data and your stories across every team, location, integrated system and customer interaction.

Vitable Health

Seed Round in 2021
Vitable Health is a healthcare safeguard that gives acute and preventative coverage. At Vitable, they believe that the traditional urgent care experience is deeply flawed. The long wait times coupled with a lack of quality care from, at times, rude, unprofessional staff and complicated billing practices result in an unsatisfactory experience for patients. Vitable is disrupting the traditional Urgent Care experience by putting the patient at the center. They work around their patients’ schedules. They provide quality, personable care at their patients’ homes. And they are always transparent about the cost of their visits.

Storenvy

Series A in 2013
Storenvy, Inc. provides an online social marketplace and store platform for indie shoppers and merchants. The company provides an online store builder feature for sellers to create a customizable online store to sell products. It also enables shoppers to buy arts, books, DVDs, edibles, health and beauty products, housewares, invitations, jewelry, music products, paper goods, pets, shoes, toys and games, and wedding related products. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in New York, New York. As of December 31, 2016, Storenvy, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of OSP Holdings, LLC.

TetraScience

Series A in 2019
TetraScience develops hardware and software solutions to monitor and manage research experiments and log the data in the cloud. It offers sensors to monitor temperature, humidity, acceleration, etc.; camera to view experiment or tools; electric switches; adapters to connect hardware tools that comprise syringe pumps and wave generators; and timers. TetraScience serves scientists, engineers, managers, and safety officers. It has a strategic partnership with Dotmatics. Alok Tayi, Salvatore Savo, and Siping Wang founded TetraScience on October 21, 2014. It has its headquarters in Boston in Massachusetts.

Metromile, Inc.

Series A in 2011
Metromile is the provider of pay-per-mile car insurance company in the U.S. Powered by data science and machine learning, the company is disrupting a $250 billion auto insurance category. Metromile is building a loyal community of drivers who come for the savings and stay for the experience. AVA, Metromile's AI-driven claims system, is designed to speed up the process of verifying and paying out insurance claims. Using Metromile Pulse sensor data, AVA can reconstruct the scene of an accident to instantly determine if claim details are accurate. When the claim is verified, Metromile is able to automatically approve payments within seconds.

Plexchat

Seed Round in 2017
Plexchat is venture-backed company dedicated to being the heart of mobile conversation about interests. Chaos is a pretty common theme in almost all online social networks. Despite their proliferation, very few were designed to facilitate coordination and communication. Plexchat intends on changing this by bringing to market the premier tool for social coordination in mobile games in an anonymous environment.

Troops

Series B in 2019
Troops.ai provides salesforce automation platform that gives real-time transparency around salesforce information. It serves as a Slackbot for sales team. Troops.ai allows its users to configure Salesforce reports, communicate deal wins, and pull salesforce data for all standard and custom objects through Slack. Its investors include First Round Capital, Founder Collective, Next View Ventures, Great Oaks Capital, Chicago Ventures, Vast Ventures, and other angel investors.

Nodejitsu

Seed Round in 2011
Nodejitsu is a cloud computing company that offers a node.js platform as a service (PaaS) solution. Its PaaS solution helps users build private clouds to support their data intensive, real-time deployments. Nodejitsu was founded in 2010 and is based in New York, United States.

Against Gravity

Seed Round in 2017
Rec Room is an augmented and virtual reality software company that operates in the technology industry. They share a passion for VR, AR, social, and multiplayer experiences. The company was founded in on April 1, 2016, and is headquartered in Seattle, Washington, USA.

Mythic Therapeutics

Seed Round in 2018
Mythic Therapeutics is a biotechnology company focused on a new generation of groundbreaking cancer therapeutics. The company is pioneering a powerful protein engineering-focused approach to improving the effectiveness of antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs) and other antibody-based therapeutics. Their technology dramatically increases therapeutic potency without compromising safety, thereby unlocking the full potential of targeted therapies against a broad array of tumor targets. Mythic Therapeutics was founded in 2017 and is headquartered in Waltham, MA, USA.

Nomad Health

Series D in 2021
Nomad Health, Inc. operates an online marketplace that enables users to find freelance and permanent clinical work in the United States. Its market place enables doctors to search for jobs by location, pay rate, medical facility, and more; and healthcare facilities to find doctors. The company was incorporated in 2015 and is based in New York, New York.

Voxel

Seed Round in 2013
Voxel makes mobile ads exciting and engaging. By bringing the experience to the beginning of the app discovery process, users get to "try before they buy". This means that every visit to the app store through a Voxel epxerience is purposeful and creates a higher lifetime value user.

Airbanq, Inc.

Seed Round in 2016
Airbanq is a social mobile service that provides financial services. The mobile service offers high quality and affordable financial services to under-served communities by helping them cross the digital divide and adopt mobile financial services, with an innovative online to offline model. It has developed a check-cashing application that gives customers access to quality and fairly-priced mobile financial services. Airbanq enables households to receive secure, alternative financial services (AFS) from within their trusted communities at the highest convenience and lowest possible cost. They also allow the users to remotely upload their checks and pick up the money at the express lines of their cash-out locations with adoption levels over 94% and retention levels of 76%.

SafetyWeb

Series A in 2010
SafetyWeb develops cloud-­based, personal security products that help people protect their Privacy, Identity, Reputation and Safety.   SafetyWeb was founded in 2009 by [Michael Clark](/person/michael-clark) and [Geoffrey Arone](/person/geoffrey-arone).

Anomalo

Series A in 2021
Anomalo allows users to continuously inspect and validate the data coming into their warehouses.

Birchbox, Inc.

Seed Round in 2010
Launched in 2010, Birchbox is the discovery commerce platform redefining the retail process by offering consumers a personalized way to discover, sample, shop, and learn about the best products and brands available. Birchbox members have first-touch experiences with products each month and access to educational content to help them get the most out of their products. Top brands like Kiehl’s, Benefit, Deborah Lippmann, and Stila have partnered with Birchbox.

64-x

Seed Round in 2020
64-x designs microorganisms with enhanced properties that enable otherwise unattainable applications in biomanufacturing, bioremediation, and health. Alexis Rovner, George Church, Jeffrey Way, and Pamela Silver founded 64-x on August 22, 2017. 64-x is based in San Francisco, CA.

ShareThis

Series C in 2013
ShareThis transforms authentic human sharing behavior into actionable data outputs at scale for marketers and publishers. It has been collecting and synthesizing social share data since 2007.

Vital

Series A in 2021
Vital Software Inc. develops cloud-based emergency department software for hospitals and patients. Its software enables clinicians to reduce time on EHRs; optimizing flow with artificial intelligence; and integrated IT solutions. The company was founded in 2017 and is based in Atlanta, Georgia.

Splice

Seed Round in 2013
Splice designs and develops a technology platform for music creators streamlines the fragmented process of creating and sharing music. It also provides artists with means to connect with fans and other artists to solicit feedback throughout every step of the process. Matthieu Aimonetti and Steve Martocci founded Splice in 2013. It has its headquarters in New York City.

DogVacay

Seed Round in 2012
DogVacay is an online community that connects pet parents with over 20,000 pet sitters across North America, ready to care for your dog like a member of their family. It's a safe, convenient and affordable way to make sure your best friend is in a loving home while you're away. All reservations include pet insurance, 24/7 customer support, and daily photo updates of your pooch enjoying a "vacay" of his own. With thousands of 5-star reviews and prices that average half the local kennel, you can finally travel with peace of mind.

Mashery, Inc.

Series D in 2011
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.

SchoolFeed

Seed Round in 2012
schoolFeed, a San Mateo, CA-based classmate network online. Launched in July 2011 by Lance Tokuda, schoolFeed connects online users between the ages of 35-55, who didn’t have social networks while in school, and may have difficulty locating classmates today. The classmate network offers an online yearbook and class directory with news feed, interest subscriptions and virtual currency. It is already used by over 7 million users

Mashery, Inc.

Series A in 2007
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.

Coursedog

Series A in 2020
Coursedog is an internet company that provides curriculum and schedule planning solutions for Higher Education. It features cloud software products that utilize section scheduler, curriculum, catalog, and event scheduler designed to help universities in optimizing their process. The company was founded in 2018 and headquartered in New York, United States.

Sookasa, Inc.

Series A in 2014
Sookasa, Inc. provides encryption, security, and compliance solutions. The company offers its solutions to various cloud-based integration partners, including Box, Dropbox, GitHub, Google Drive, Microsoft Office 365, Salesforce, Slack, and Zendesk. It serves customers in the education, finance, healthcare, and legal industries. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in Mountain View, California. As of March 17, 2016, Sookasa, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Barracuda Networks, Inc.

Looker

Series B in 2015
Looker is an enterprise platform for business intelligence, data applications, and embedded analytics. It unlocks the full value of data, companies need solutions that transcend traditional BI and infuse data into operational workflows. Looker delivers actionable business insights at the point of decision, create new value streams, and infuse data into products and workflows to move the business forward. Looker is now a part of Google Cloud.

Mighty Networks

Series A in 2016
Mighty Software, Inc. develops an application for social network for deep interests. It offers Mighty Networks, a Web based social software that enables people to define and share an organized series of step-by-step and day-by-day actions grouped as experiences around a topic or goal for others to do. The company’s solutions are used to create real life experiences for friends, fans, and followers. Mighty Software, Inc. was incorporated in 2010 and is based in Palo Alto, California.

Jingle Networks

Series C in 2008
Jingle Networks is the leading provider of advertising and technology solutions for voice and mobile business search. By tapping into the thriving business search market, Jingle Networks provides a powerful new media channel to connect businesses with consumers ready to transact. Jingle Networks offers solutions that cater to carriers, network operators, adverting agencies, brand marketers and small businesses. Thousands of national brand marketers and local businesses use Jingle Network solutions to leverage brief in-call audio or text advertisements to acquire new customers via phone or during mobile app or online searches. Network operators and telecom carriers have also discovered the power of Jingle Networks technology and advertising solutions. Many select Jingle Networks as their search provider of choice. Whether you want to build a brand, create awareness or maximize business search, Jingle Networks has a solution that will guarantee success. Jingle Networks invented the free directory assistance service called 1-800-FREE411. Consumers dial 1-800-FREE411 (1-800-373-3411) from any phone in the United States to use the toll-free service, which allows callers to obtain any residential, business, or government phone number for no charge. Sponsors cover the service cost by playing short advertising messages, about 12 seconds long, customized based on the number the customer is looking up. The company was founded by veteran advertising and technology executives.

Papaya

Seed Round in 2018
Papaya is a developer of an online mobile bill payment application designed to simplify the financial transactions. The company's bill payment application offers multiple payment methods including debit and credit cards or directly from bank accounts, where personal information and payment data are encrypted and processed via HIPAA and PCI compliant methods, enabling users to pay bills faster and in a secure hassle-free method.

Axial

Series A in 2012
Axial is a provider of technology-enabled applications and services used to discreetly connect the participants in the private capital markets to discover and execute financial transactions. The company's mission is to connect every private company with the capital necessary to finance or exit its company. The network allows providers of capital to private companies, including lenders, equity investors, and strategic buyers, to find and be found by the right opportunities from the right entrepreneurs and the right bankers at the right time. Advisors and entrepreneurs use Axial to create and manage their company's professional profile, explore and execute financial transactions, and win new business.

Swipe Labs

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

Haven, Inc.

Series A in 2016
Haven, Inc. operates a cloud-based logistics platform for trading companies. The company’s trade management software enables to take control of logistics, including automated procurement, documentation, tracking, and payments. Its platform automates freight and logistics for commodity traders, food producers, and consumer goods companies. The company was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California. It has additional offices in Switzerland.

Ring Inc.

Series A in 2015
Ring is an outdoor home security company that provides homeowners a line of preventative outdoor security doorbells and cameras. It is on a mission to reduce crime in neighborhoods and empower consumers by creating a Ring of Security around homes and communities with its suite of smart home security products: Ring Video Doorbell, Ring Video Doorbell Pro, Ring Stick Up Cam, and the new Ring Floodlight Cam. With these security devices, Ring has created the neighborhood watch for the digital age and continues to prevent burglaries and keep homes around the world safe. Ring was established in 2012 and is based in Santa Monica, California.

BigDeal

Venture Round in 2009
BigDeal lets users purchase virtual bids, which can then be used to bid on goods ranging from video games to high-end televisions. The company is venture-backed, and was founded by Brandon Ramsey, George Leimer, Kit Codik and Nicolas Darveau-Garneau.

Storenvy

Seed Round in 2011
Storenvy, Inc. provides an online social marketplace and store platform for indie shoppers and merchants. The company provides an online store builder feature for sellers to create a customizable online store to sell products. It also enables shoppers to buy arts, books, DVDs, edibles, health and beauty products, housewares, invitations, jewelry, music products, paper goods, pets, shoes, toys and games, and wedding related products. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in New York, New York. As of December 31, 2016, Storenvy, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of OSP Holdings, LLC.

Studs

Series B in 2021
Studs celebrate the freedom to live without labels and to not be confined to one prescribed identity determined by someone other than yourself. In this new era, (ear-a!?) they believe that ears are the new key to unlocking self-expression, and they are passionate about updating the piercing experience for all ears. Whether you want a fresh piercing or simply some new ear bling, they are a team of earscape artists and they are h(ear) for you.

MessageMe

Seed Round in 2013
Messageme.com is to provide an emotionally engaging communication experience that's fun, lightweight and ubiquitous. Messaging revolves around a simple loop: users send messages and respond to messages. Social gaming showed that there are ways to tweak the experience around this loop to increase its performance drastically by influencing the emotions surrounding reciprocal interactions. They believe there is a large opportunity to provide a new level of engagement and excitement in messaging apps by applying these techniques and philosophies. MessageMe had also been courted by Snapchat as well as an app maker out of Europe, Truecaller. And, after earnouts, the price that Yahoo paid to acqui-hire MessageMe is between $30 million and $40 million.

Flurry, Inc.

Series C in 2010
Flurry is an application that provides analytics for businesses to monitor the trends and habits of mobile users across multiple mobile applications. Flurry’s mobile analytics solution enables businesses to understand how consumers interact with their mobile applications. Over 125,000 companies use Flurry’s analytics platform in more than 400,000 applications to measure audience reach, engagement, retention, conversions, revenue, and more. The service is completely free, takes just five minutes for basic integration, and is continuously updated with the industry's advanced features. Flurry Analytics is available for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, HTML5, hybrid apps, mobile/web, Blackberry, and JavaME.

Blue Apron

Series C in 2014
Blue Apron is a New York-based start-up that is changing the way people cook at home. Blue Apron's weekly subscription service delivers everything you need to make fresh meals, including shopping for its customers at wholesale and delivering all the ingredients in specific proportions, along with printed recipe cards. The model aims to emulate having your own private chef-- subscribers will discover new recipes, eat fresher food, and save both time and money.

Arbor Technologies, Inc.

Series A in 2016
Arbor (formerly known as Pippio) operates the first marketplace for people-based data. Publishers and app developers are empowered to surface, value, and fully monetize their data asset in a privacy-friendly, transparent manner. Marketers gain accurate insights on their customers and the tools to reach them more precisely. Founded in 2014, Arbor is headquartered in New York City with offices in San Francisco. We’re backed by First Round, Canaan Partners, and Great Oaks.

Karuna Health, Inc.

Seed Round in 2019
Karuna Health, Inc. develops a platform that automates patient care management tasks for hospitals. Its platform enables a health guide, such as reminding to go to an appointment; allows a patient to communicate with the care manager; collects health status information from a patient; and offers electronic medical record systems and lets users schedule appointments, organize transportation, and repeat messages to patients automatically. Karuna Health, Inc. was incorporated in 2018 and is based in San Francisco, California.

PackLate.com

Seed Round in 2010
PackLate.com is a last minute vacation rental marketplace where consumers watch prices change as the check-in date nears. PackLate.com empowers consumers to save money, find and track great deals, and confidently book closer to their vacation date while realizing they are not alone in their quest to find what they want at a great price. The company launched its first geography, The US Rockies, in January 2010. PackLate.com is backed by Genacast Ventures, First Round Capital, ETF Venture Funds, and several angel investors.

Molly

Seed Round in 2019
Molly develops a web based platform that makes information accessible, by cross-pollinating information posted on users various online profiles and making it available in one central location. The platform's AMA (ask me anything) feature where audiences can find answers about a certain person, with those answers being aggregated from sources, such as Medium, Twitter, and Instagram. The company is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

LiveIntent

Series A in 2009
LiveIntent is a people-based marketing technology platform changing the way over 2,000 of the world's largest brands and publishers think about email. The LiveIntent platform transforms email from something you send and receive into the simplest, most powerful way to resolve identity and market to people in a mobile-first world. It becomes your superpower, generating a private customer graph that can augment everything from acquisition to attribution while driving incremental product sales and revenue. LiveIntent is headquartered in NYC, with offices in Berlin, Chicago, Copenhagen, Austin, Detroit, Los Angeles, and the UK, serving as home to 170 people and counting.

AtriumHQ

Seed Round in 2021
At Atrium, we use data and smart analytics to help teams make better-informed work decisions. The company is based in San Francisco, and is backed by Charles River Ventures, First Round Capital, and notable individual investors. Join us (jobs@atriumhq.com) to enable a powerful change in the way people work.

Webveloper

Seed Round in 2021
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BiggerBoat

Series A in 2006
BiggerBoat is an online advertising network that is focused on advertising online through entertainment.

CustomMade

Series B in 2013
CustomMade is an online marketplace connecting Buyers who want one-of-a-kind creations with professional and passionate Makers of those goods. Born in 1996 with the vision to help people find the unique gifts, objects and goods they cannot find through traditional retail channels, CustomMade has grown from a community of 350 carpenters to more than 12,000 Makers of all trades since its acquisition in 2009. For more information, visit www.custommade.com, Facebook, Linkedin, +CustomMade, @CustomMade.

Nimble TV

Series A in 2012
Imagine a true global television experience in which a subscriber in Paris watches U.S. television programming as if they were living in New York. Also imagine a business person traveling the globe while still watching their cable subscription from back home. This is the world enabled by NimbleTV – TV as it should be – TV from Anywhere -- without the limitations of traditional cable and satellite TV services. NimbleTV enhances rather than replaces traditional pay TV services. It creates value for all players in the TV ecosystem, including distribution companies, and content producers. Nimble utilizes its proprietary advanced cloud-based streaming and HD-DVR solution to allow subscribers to access their pay TV subscriptions at any time, from any device, from anywhere around the world. For more information, please visit NimbleTV.com.

myDocket, Inc.

Series A in 2013
myDocket, Inc. operates a site that enables sales teams to organize and share presentations, whitepapers, case studies, videos, and more with their customers. Its features include Email and collateral tracking; content viewing; and viewing, sending, and managing collateral. myDocket, Inc. was formerly known as Handshakez, Inc. The company was incorporated in 2012 and is based in Austin, Texas.

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.

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.

PING, Inc.

Seed Round in 2017
PING, Inc. manufactures and sells golf equipment. It offers grips, apparel, bags, gloves, headwear, towels, headcovers, umbrellas, and other products. The company sells its products through retailers in the United States and internationally, as well as online PING, Inc. was founded in 1959 and is headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona.

Root AI

Seed Round in 2018
Root AI, Inc. manufactures artificial intelligence robots for indoor farming. It offers Virgo 1, an agricultural robot to pick tomatoes without bruising them, and detect ripeness better than humans. The company’s robot is an autonomous tomato harvesting platform. The company was incorporated in 2017 and is based in Woburn, Massachusetts.

Togg

Seed Round in 2018
Togg develops a device which gets integrated in to the infrastructure of the new home. The device can follow simple commands, including to turn the lights on and off, giving a weather report, and tell jokes. Togg was founded in 2016 and is based in Palo Alto, California.

Verkada Inc.

Series D in 2022
Verkada Inc. develops and offers a cloud-based video management software that enables users to manage physical security. Its Command platform enables users to access, share, and archive footage across locations. The company also offers security cameras for security services. Its products include Dome; Mini; Fisheye; and Viewing Station series. It serves Healthcare, banks, education, retail, restaurants, government, and private business sectors. The company was incorporated in 2016 and is based in San Mateo, California. It has an additional location in London, United Kingdom.

CBOE Vest

Venture Round in 2015
CBOE Vest is driven by the conviction that investors desire more certainty in their investment outcomes. Founded in 2012 to address this market need, Vest’s early investors were Y Combinator, Payment Ventures and First Round Capital. In 2016, Vest became an asset management subsidiary of CBOE Holdings, Inc., one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies and owner of the Chicago Board Options Exchange (the largest U.S. options exchange and creator of listed options), the Bats exchanges, CBOE Futures Exchange (CFE) and other subsidiaries. Today CBOE Vest offers institutional-quality target outcome investments built on the backbone of its unique investment philosophy and CBOE’s indexes—that strive to buffer losses, amplify gains or provide consistent income—to a diverse spectrum of investors. OUR MISSION Reengineering Investing Most investments today target speculative returns, with uncertain levels of risk, over an uncertain period. While opportunistic, this approach to investing brings a degree of uncertainty. We are building a new class of investments, called Target Outcome Investments, that target a defined return profile, with an allowance for a specific level risk, at a specific point in time in the future. Such investments strive to provide investors with targeted protection, enhanced returns, or consistent income, with a level of predictability unattainable with most other investments.

SinglePlatform

Series A in 2011
SinglePlatform, LLC offers local listing enhancement services that help small businesses to get discovered by consumers searching online. It allows local businesses to manage and update local business information in top sites and applications. SinglePlatform, LLC has a strategic partnership with Belly Inc. The company was founded in 2009 and is based in New York, New York. SinglePlatform, LLC operates as a subsidiary of Constant Contact, Inc.

ShareThis

Series C in 2014
ShareThis transforms authentic human sharing behavior into actionable data outputs at scale for marketers and publishers. It has been collecting and synthesizing social share data since 2007.

UrbanSitter, Inc.

Series C in 2017
UrbanSitter, Inc. operates a childcare marketplace where parents and babysitters meet through shared connections. It is an online resource where parents go to find and book babysitters and nannies recommended by people they know. The company offers its services in San Francisco, New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, Seattle, Washington D.C., Boston, Denver, and San Diego. UrbanSitter, Inc. was founded in 2010 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Legion

Series C in 2021
Legion Technologies, Inc. develops workforce engagement platform. It offers Legion, an artificial intelligence, big data, and cloud native platform that is used to ingest, store, and process data, allowing users to future-proof their workforce management investment. The company’s products also include demand forecasting, labor optimization, automated scheduling, employee engagement, and time and attendance. In addition, it offers services in the areas of implementation, training, customer success, and support. The company’s products are used in compliance, budget control, improve retail sales, and workforce sharing applications. It serves retail, food services, health and fitness clubs, and hospitality industries. Legion Technologies, Inc. was founded in 2016 and is based in Redwood City, California. It has additional office in Hudson, Ohio; Chicago, Illinois; and Milton, Georgia.

Fundera

Series B in 2015
Fundera provides expert insights and tailored options—from loans to credit cards to bank accounts—so business owners can shop and compare financial choices they often don’t know they have. We partner throughout every stage of their business, helping them weigh the best-fit financial options based on their current needs and eligibility. Through the combination of our proprietary technology and financial expertise, business owners are able to make their smartest business decisions yet.

LiveIntent

Series D in 2015
LiveIntent is a people-based marketing technology platform changing the way over 2,000 of the world's largest brands and publishers think about email. The LiveIntent platform transforms email from something you send and receive into the simplest, most powerful way to resolve identity and market to people in a mobile-first world. It becomes your superpower, generating a private customer graph that can augment everything from acquisition to attribution while driving incremental product sales and revenue. LiveIntent is headquartered in NYC, with offices in Berlin, Chicago, Copenhagen, Austin, Detroit, Los Angeles, and the UK, serving as home to 170 people and counting.

Threadflip

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

True&Co.

Series A in 2013
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.

Kno

Series A in 2009
Kno, Inc. is an education software company on a mission to "Change The Way Students Learn." We believe engagement is a leading indicator of learning success and grades are a lagging indicator. So we have partnered with over 80 leading publishers to offer more than 200,000 interactive titles that make learning more engaging, efficient, and social for students. They are the same books, only smarter. Each Kno eTextbook is packed with interactive features, assessments, and social sharing tools to engage students at the point of learning. And the Kno platform provides administrators and teachers with the tools they need to easily assign, manage, and monitor their digital learning content and assessments at an enterprise level. As part of Kno's commitment to "Do Well, Do Good," Kno has created the Kno for Good program, a partnership with DonorsChoose.org, to provide $1 for every purchase made through Kno towards a classroom in need. Founded in 2009, Kno, Inc. has emerged as a leader in education software. Kno, Inc. has received funding from Andreessen Horowitz, Intel Capital, Goldman Sachs, FLOODGATE and GSV Capital, and is based in Santa Clara, California. For more information, go to www.kno.com, or follow Kno at http://facebook.com/GoodtoKno and http://twitter.com/GoodtoKNO

Grand St.

Seed Round in 2013
Grand St. hand pick, test, and highlight well-designed, delightful hardware from independent producers, featuring one new selection every other day. With stunning pictures and product stories created in-house by our discerning, device-obsessed team, they help you experience new technology that improves your life.

Clover Health

Series B in 2015
Clover Health is a provider of Medicare Advantage health plans to older Americans. The company operates a Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) platform to improve the quality of life of its members and physicians. Its platform utilizes patient-centered analytics and a dedicated care management team to identify potential risks and directly provide preventive care, thereby enabling patients and their health care providers to reduce avoidable spending as well as identify and manage chronic diseases. Clover uses sophisticated analytics and custom software to direct its own clinical staff to proactively fill in gaps in the care of its members.

Bazaarvoice

Series B in 2007
Bazaarvoice helps brands capture, analyze and act upon social data, and enables authentic customer-powered marketing

Root AI

Seed Round in 2020
Root AI, Inc. manufactures artificial intelligence robots for indoor farming. It offers Virgo 1, an agricultural robot to pick tomatoes without bruising them, and detect ripeness better than humans. The company’s robot is an autonomous tomato harvesting platform. The company was incorporated in 2017 and is based in Woburn, Massachusetts.

Mighty Networks

Series A in 2019
Mighty Software, Inc. develops an application for social network for deep interests. It offers Mighty Networks, a Web based social software that enables people to define and share an organized series of step-by-step and day-by-day actions grouped as experiences around a topic or goal for others to do. The company’s solutions are used to create real life experiences for friends, fans, and followers. Mighty Software, Inc. was incorporated in 2010 and is based in Palo Alto, California.

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.

Truveris, Inc.

Series B in 2012
Truveris brings transparency to the prescription drug ecosystem through data-driven innovations. Truveris’ platform offers customers – from the individual patient to employers, retailers, pharmacy benefits stakeholders, and manufacturers – the data and insights they need to effectively and efficiently manage rising costs and market access challenges. Based in Manhattan, Truveris is backed by Canaan Partners, New Leaf Venture Partners, Tribeca Venture Partners, New Atlantic Ventures and First Round Capital.

GumGum, Inc.

Series A in 2009
GumGum is a global technology and media company specializing in contextual intelligence. For over a decade, we have applied our proven machine learning expertise to extract value from digital content for the advertising and sports industries. For advertisers, GumGum offers a full suite of pioneering future-proof solutions. The company’s contextual advertising engine, Verity™, comprehends the meaning of text, images and video online, allowing marketers to safely and precisely place ads where people are most engaged. Combining that contextual targeting and brand safety intelligence with proprietary high-impact ad formats, GumGum’s advertising solutions deliver industry leading efficiency, accuracy and performance. GumGum was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in Santa Monica, California.

Chloe + Isabel

Seed Round in 2011
Chloe and Isabel, Inc manufactures and markets hand-crafted jewelry for women. It offers necklaces, earrings, bracelets, rings, charms and chains, hair products, pins, beauty and home products, bags, and accessories. The company sells its products through merchandisers in the United States, as well as online. Chloe and Isabel, Inc was incorporated in 2010 and is based in New York, New York.

Clare, Inc.

Seed Round in 2018
Clare, Inc. provides paints and related supplies. The company offers primers, ceiling paints, paint kits, roller frames, poles, roller covers, paint brushes, metal trays, plastic tray liners, painter’s washi tapes, plastic drop clothes, mini roller frames and covers, and mini trays. It serves homeowners online. The company was incorporated in 2017 and is based in New York, New York.

Fin

Series A in 2021
By taking a big data approach, Fin helps companies improve business process definition, design better, more productive software for their frontline workers, and understand the levers that impact the performance, productivity and happiness of team members.

AltSchool Inc.

Series B in 2015
AltSchool is an interdisciplinary team of educators, technologists and entrepreneurs building a network of schools that prepare students for our changing world. Each individual school is able to adapt to the needs of students, families and the surrounding community; the larger network connects everyone together and enables a far greater impact in our efforts to improve education. Underlying it all is a platform and curriculum that is personalized to each individual child.

Looker

Seed Round in 2013
Looker is an enterprise platform for business intelligence, data applications, and embedded analytics. It unlocks the full value of data, companies need solutions that transcend traditional BI and infuse data into operational workflows. Looker delivers actionable business insights at the point of decision, create new value streams, and infuse data into products and workflows to move the business forward. Looker is now a part of Google Cloud.

Legl

Series A in 2021
Legl is a B2B SaaS platform enabling law firms to run their operations digitally – from streamlined onboarding, compliance, and payment tools to giving management critical business insights and their clients a service worthy of 2021.

Bazaarvoice

Series A in 2006
Bazaarvoice helps brands capture, analyze and act upon social data, and enables authentic customer-powered marketing

Drift Marketplace, Inc.

Seed Round in 2015
Drift Marketplace, Inc. develops peer-to-peer energy software which reduces the administrative and billing costs. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in Seattle, Washington.

Gumroad

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

CareDox

Seed Round in 2011
CareDox delivers free health technology for K-12 public schools to help school nurses deliver care and keep students safe. It is a digital health platform for the largest and most consistent health delivery system in the country. Their mission is to work with partners to provide a unified health record for every family. CareDox leverages pediatric health data and this country’s most successful public health organization, the K-12 school system, to improve outcomes and learn about clinical health data outside of the provider’s office. Traditional care coordination stops short of sending essential care instructions to School Nurses and thus increases the risk of stopped or inconsistent post-discharge care delivery. By closing the link in the pediatric care continuum, children stay healthy and get better faster.

Agari Data, Inc.

Series C in 2014
Agari is the Trusted Email Identity Company™, protecting brands and people from devastating phishing and socially-engineered attacks. Using applied data science and a diverse set of signals, Agari protects the workforce from inbound business email compromise, supply chain fraud, spear phishing, and account takeover-based attacks, reducing business risk and restoring trust to the inbox. Agari also prevents spoofing of outbound email from the enterprise to customers, increasing deliverability and preserving brand integrity.

Aereo

Seed Round in 2011
Aereo is a New York City-based technology company that allows consumers to access live broadcast television on Internet-connected devices through use of its remote integrated (cloud-based) antenna/DVR technology. Using Aereo’s technology, consumers can pause and rewind any program that they are watching live, or save a program for future viewing. A cable or satellite television subscription is not required to use Aereo. Aereo is currently supported on iPad, iPhone, Chrome, Safari on MacBook, Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Opera, AppleTV (via airplay) and Roku platforms. The Aereo app for Android™ is available for download for devices running Android operating system version 4.1 or higher. Aereo membership begins at $8 per month, for access to Aereo’s cloud-based antenna/DVR technology and 20 hours of DVR storage. For an additional $4, consumers can upgrade their membership and receive 60 hours of DVR storage for a total of $12 per month. Consumers who join Aereo will get their first month of access for free. Backed by Barry Diller’s IAC and led by CEO and Founder Chet Kanoja, Aereo launched in February 2012.

TechForward

Series A in 2007
TechForward gives customers the flexibility to upgrade their computers and electronics more affordably, easily, and responsibly. Our Guaranteed Buyback® Plans take the uncertainty out of upgrading by guaranteeing future trade-in values for devices at the point and time of sale, by making the trade-in process easy, and by reusing or recycling returned devices. TechForward, Inc. is a privately-held company based in Los Angeles.

Clara Labs

Seed Round in 2015
Clara did inventive work on human-in-the-loop NLP systems and built one of the earliest well-loved conversational UX products. In 2019, the business was acquired by TopFunnel (https://topfunnel.co) who continues to operate the service, and Twitter acquired the R&D talent and some IP to apply towards content moderation.
Zoomin Online (India) Pvt. Ltd. provides online photo and photo printing services. The company also enables customers to upload, store, and print their digital photos, as well as share them with friends and family around the world. In addition, it operates an online store for digital cameras and camera accessories, photobooks, canvases, photo prints, posters, mugs, magnets, frames, note cards, framed prints, books, and collage posters. The company was incorporated in 2006 and is based in Mumbai, India. Zoomin Online (India) Pvt. Ltd. operates as a subsidiary of Zoomin Pte Limited.

Knewton, Inc.

Series C in 2010
Knewton's mission is to personalize learning for the world. Teachers, schools, and education companies around the world use Knewton to power digital course materials that dynamically adapt to each student’s unique needs. Knewton provides students with tailored recommendations for exactly what to study, teachers with analytics to better support each student, and publishers with content insights to develop more effective digital products. Knewton was founded in 2008 and has offices in New York City, London, Tokyo, Singapore, and Dubai. Knewton has been recognized globally as a “Technology Pioneer” (World Economic Forum in Davos) and several times as one of the top 10 most innovative companies in education (Fast Company).

Discourse

Seed Round in 2012
Discourse is the 100% open source discussion platform built for the next decade of the Internet. It works as: - a mailing list - a discussion forum - a long-form chat room - What’s different about it? - Discourse is a from-scratch reboot, an attempt to reimagine what a modern Internet discussion - platform should be today, in a world of ubiquitous smartphones, tablets, Facebook, and Twitter.

Augury

Seed Round in 2014
Augury is building the machine diagnostics back-end of the Internet-of-Things. Augury's platform automatically diagnoses machines based on the sounds that they make. This is achieved by connecting vibration and ultrasonic sensors to smartphones and pairing them with machine learning algorithms. Augury is in on-going pilots with the largest HVAC service companies and is pursuing its vision to be inside everything that has moving parts.

SAY Media

Series A in 2005
Say Media is a digital publishing company. Through its award-winning Tempest publishing platform and media services, Say Media enables its portfolio of independent content creators to build passionate communities around key consumer interest areas such as Style, Living, Food and Tech. The company provides simple and accountable ways for the world’s top brands to engage with these passionate audiences, at scale, with a reach of more than 400 million people around the world. Say Media is headquartered in San Francisco and New York, with offices across North America, in the UK and Australia.

Airlift Technologies

Series A in 2020
Airlift Technologies Pvt. Ltd. develops Airlift, a mobile application that connects passengers with bus-owners and enables them to commute residential and commercial hubs in the City. The company is based in Lahore, Pakistan.

Nova Credit

Seed Round in 2016
Nova Credit helps you access credit in the U.S. by translating your international credit score into a U.S.-equivalent credit score. This translated score is made available to U.S. financial institutions so you can apply for credit cards, loans, housing and more without having to build a U.S. credit score from scratch. Founded by newcomers, the company has a diverse team from around the globe who are creating a world beyond borders to help newcomers arrive and thrive.

MoVoxx

Series A in 2008
MoVoxx is a leading mobile advertising company that intelligently serves ads into mobile content reaching over 40 million unique U.S. users. With a fully integrated product suite of mobile media, including SMS, mobile app and display, MoVoxx pioneered tracking and aggregating mobile behaviors to enable advanced targeting and industry-best post-click conversion rates. MoVoxx's GeoSense and MobileTrace technologies empower top digital agencies, national brands and local merchants to launch location-based mobile advertising campaigns on a broad scale. These proprietary technologies include deep post-click analytics tools used to optimize mobile user engagement within targeted audience subsets. Founded in 2006, MoVoxx has a Fortune 500 client roster including Sears, Nissan, Continental Airlines, Ford Motor Company and Paramount Pictures. MoVoxx is backed by Greycroft Partners, Khosla Ventures, First Round Capital and BV Capital.

RenoFi

Seed Round in 2020
RenoFi Loans use the after renovation value instead of your home's current value, enabling you to borrow the most money at the lowest rates. RenoFi is not a lender, rather we’ve partnered with lenders who offer RenoFi Loans. These lenders leverage RenoFi's technology platform to seamlessly offer RenoFi Loans.

Flurry, Inc.

Series D in 2012
Flurry is an application that provides analytics for businesses to monitor the trends and habits of mobile users across multiple mobile applications. Flurry’s mobile analytics solution enables businesses to understand how consumers interact with their mobile applications. Over 125,000 companies use Flurry’s analytics platform in more than 400,000 applications to measure audience reach, engagement, retention, conversions, revenue, and more. The service is completely free, takes just five minutes for basic integration, and is continuously updated with the industry's advanced features. Flurry Analytics is available for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, HTML5, hybrid apps, mobile/web, Blackberry, and JavaME.

Bowery Farming

Series A in 2017
Bowery Farming Inc., a farming company, provides post-organic produce. The company offers baby kale, blend, lettuce, arugula, kale mix, and basil products. It sells its products through grocery stores and restaurants. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in New York, New York.

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.

Curalate, Inc.

Series A in 2013
Curalate connects moments of discovery to commerce. By creating a compelling commerce experience that adapts to how your consumer discovers your products, Curalate enables a seamless transition between off-site discovery and on-site conversion. Hundreds of the world’s leading brands, including Gap, Neiman Marcus, Sephora, Better Homes & Gardens and J.Crew, rely on Curalate’s discovery driven platform to grow revenue across Pinterest, Instagram, Tumblr and Facebook. For more information please visit [Curalate.com](http://www.curalate.com).

TimeData Corporation

Series A in 2009
TimeData's SONAR is a managed solution for Service Providers (e.g., small telephone companies and mobile service operators), which: 1) Collects data from the switch, SS7, IP network and other sources upon installation at the Service Provider. 2) Identifies and categorizes revenue loss due to wireless reciprocal compensation, phantom traffic, VoIP, IPTV, and route arbitraging. 3) Provides performance metrics and 24x7 customizable alarms, and identifies extended area service, trunk group, switch, SS7, IP, QoS and network issues. 4) Provides CALEA compliance for Broadband.

Mango Health, Inc.

Seed Round in 2012
Mango Health, Inc. develops and offers mobile healthcare applications. It offers a patient engagement platform that provides medication information, refill time, and peer comparison to users. It offers its services through mobile and web based applications. The company was incorporated in 2011 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of October 1, 2019, Mango Health, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of TrialCard Incorporated.

VigLink, Inc.

Seed Round in 2009
VigLink, Inc. operates a platform for content-driven commerce that processes various page-views and clicks. The company monetizes content that drives commerce for various sites and works with merchants to drive sales. Its products include VigLink Convert that transforms existing product links into valuable marketing traffic; VigLink Insert that identifies commercial linking opportunities from customer’s content and transforms text into links on their behalf; and VigLink Anywhere that enables users to create and share revenue-generating links across collaborative networks, such as social and email. The company provides its solutions for publishers, advertisers, forums, blogs, mobile applications, affiliate marketers, and developers. VigLink, Inc. was founded in 2009 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of December 13, 2018, VigLink, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of sovrn Holdings, Inc.

MemSQL

Series B in 2014
SingleStore is dedicated to helping businesses adapt more quickly, embrace diverse data and accelerate digital innovation by operationalizing all data through one platform for all of their moments that matter. These capabilities are provided as a service in AWS, Azure and GCP and through your own deployments with SingleStore Managed Service and SingleStore DB.

Nodejitsu

Seed Round in 2012
Nodejitsu is a cloud computing company that offers a node.js platform as a service (PaaS) solution. Its PaaS solution helps users build private clouds to support their data intensive, real-time deployments. Nodejitsu was founded in 2010 and is based in New York, United States.

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.

Sofa Labs

Series A in 2009
Sofa Labs, Inc. develops and operates social Web platforms. It develops Thread, a relationship site built on the Facebook Connect platform that helps its users to meet new friends through existing friends. The company was founded in 2009 and is based in San Mateo, California.

Backupify

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

Telepath

Seed Round in 2020
Telepath provides a social network application that enables users to discuss their interests. Its platform is secure and easier, enabling users to connect with each other very easily.

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.

Boulder Care

Venture Round in 2018
Boulder Care, Inc. provides telemedicine-based programs for opioid addiction treatment. It offers services to help people recover from opioid addiction using medication, such as buprenorphine and peer support. It also offers patient support, medicine, and psychosocial services. The company serves patients, providers, and organizations. Boulder Care, Inc. was founded in 2017 and is based in Portland, Oregon.

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.

Unsubscribe.com

Series A in 2010
Unsubscribe is a powerful service that addresses a simple problem - getting rid of unwanted mailing lists. With the click of a button, users instantly send unwanted mailing lists to Unsubscribe.com for safe removal. Users can either download an Unsubscribe button to be used in their email client or forward unwanted mail from any device. The custom button allows one to check off multiple emails at a time to Unsubscribe from, revisiting a brand new inbox.

ZEFR

Series D in 2014
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.

OnDeck Canada

Series E in 2014
OnDeck launched in Australia in 2015 to solve a major issue facing small businesses: efficient access to capital. They use cutting-edge technology to evaluate businesses based on their actual performance, not solely business owners’ personal credit scores. Ultimately, this makes it possible for us to responsibly expand access to credit. As a result, businesses are able to spend their time where it provides the most benefit—on their customers and on growing, rather than looking for a small business loan.

LiveControl

Seed Round in 2019
LiveControl is your dedicated camera operator, controlled remotely for a fraction of the price. No more managing volunteers, expensive outside hires, or boring wide shots. LiveControl integrates directly with existing livestream equipment and servers such as StreamSpot and Boxcast. Need equipment? LiveControl also provides the best streaming equipment and installation for the lowest price on the market. Outsource your camera work with LiveControl today.

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.

Uplevel Security, Inc.

Seed Round in 2016
Uplevel Security is the industry’s first adaptive system of intelligence that uses graph theory and machine learning to modernize security operations. Uplevel Security ingests and contextualizes incoming and historical security data, allowing the past to inform the present and the present to inform the past, which predicts how attacks may manifest in the future. Enterprises rely on Uplevel Security to activate intelligence from the security stack, provide a system of record for security data and become stronger with every attack.

Grove

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

GumGum, Inc.

Series A in 2008
GumGum is a global technology and media company specializing in contextual intelligence. For over a decade, we have applied our proven machine learning expertise to extract value from digital content for the advertising and sports industries. For advertisers, GumGum offers a full suite of pioneering future-proof solutions. The company’s contextual advertising engine, Verity™, comprehends the meaning of text, images and video online, allowing marketers to safely and precisely place ads where people are most engaged. Combining that contextual targeting and brand safety intelligence with proprietary high-impact ad formats, GumGum’s advertising solutions deliver industry leading efficiency, accuracy and performance. GumGum was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in Santa Monica, California.

Yieldex

Series C in 2011
Yieldex is the leading provider of digital ad forecasting, analytic pricing and marketplace tools for publishers and advertisers. The world’s most successful publishers rely on Yieldex Analytics for forward-looking insights that help them save time, close more deals and increase revenue. Both advertisers and publishers use Yieldex’s programmatic marketplace, YieldexDirect, to buy and sell targeted, guaranteed inventory in one convenient location. Leading media companies such as The New York Times, Scripps, CBS, Comcast, Viacom, ESPN, Fox, The Wall Street Journal, Pandora, The Weather Channel, and dozens of others use Yieldex to get more value from their digital advertising strategies.

Suki AI, Inc.

Series B in 2020
Suki AI, Inc. develops an artificial intelligence enabled voice assistant for doctors and health systems. It offers Suki, a software that helps users in storing electronic health records, searching and retrieving patient data, distilling conversations between patient and doctor into an actionable plan, and ordering prescriptions. The company’s software also enables users to take down notes from doctors and read them. Suki AI, Inc. was formerly known as Robin AI, Inc. and changed its name to Suki AI, Inc. in April 2018. The company was incorporated in 2016 and is based in Redwood City, California.

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.

Boxed

Series A in 2014
Founded in 2013, Boxed has taken the best elements of the wholesale shopping experience and folded it into one innovative, cutting edge mobile app that allows consumers direct-to-their-door access to all of their favorite warehouse club products, without membership fees. Boxed brings convenience and savings to on-the-go consumers who don’t have the time, means or patience to shop at a brick and mortar big box club. The elegantly designed iPhone and Android app offers bulk-sized goods at pint-sized prices, and is completely free to download and use. Boxed does all the heavy lifting, delivering a rich array of wholesale items directly to doorsteps across the continental United States in two days or less. The brand’s innovative discovery-based design recreates the fun of the treasure hunt experience with a curated selection of everyday essentials that consumers love including household staples, health and beauty supplies, office pantry and grocery items, and a wide variety of organic and green products.

Earnest Operations LLC

Series A in 2015
Earnest Operations LLC provides student loan refinancing, private student loans, and personal loans. Its private student loans include undergraduate private student loans, graduate private student loans, cosigned private student loans, business school loans, medical school loans, and law school loans. Its personal loans include credit card consolidation, engagement ring, home improvement, moving and relocation, vacation, and wedding loans. It serves clients in the United States through its platform. The company was incorporated in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of November 3, 2017, Earnest Operations LLC operates as a subsidiary of Navient Corporation.

PatientPing

Series A in 2015
PatientPing is a health technology company that is building a national network of engaged providers who are sharing information, coordinating care, and working together to get patients healthier faster. PatientPing connects healthcare providers across the country with real-time notifications and care guidelines whenever and wherever their patients receive care. PatientPing's national care coordination network includes physicians, nurses, case managers, and care coordinators across hospitals, emergency departments, accountable care organizations (ACOs), physician practices, skilled nursing facilities, home health agencies, inpatient rehabilitation centers, and payers. By connecting care teams through real-time information sharing, PatientPing enables providers to deliver higher quality and more cost effective care, improving patient outcomes and experience.

Chloe + Isabel

Series C in 2014
Chloe and Isabel, Inc manufactures and markets hand-crafted jewelry for women. It offers necklaces, earrings, bracelets, rings, charms and chains, hair products, pins, beauty and home products, bags, and accessories. The company sells its products through merchandisers in the United States, as well as online. Chloe and Isabel, Inc was incorporated in 2010 and is based in New York, New York.

Waywire

Seed Round in 2012
waywire, a social artery for video news, inspiration and leading voices has closed a seed capital round led by First Round Capital and Eric Schmidt’s Innovation Endeavors, along with Troy Carter the Founder and CEO of Atom Factory, Oprah Winfrey the CEO of Oprah Winfrey Network, John Ham the Co-founder and Chairman of Ustream, Keith Lee the Co-founder of Booyah, and a group of angel investors. #waywire is focused on providing a network that will serve to fundamentally alter the tone and content of public dialogue around some of society’s most pressing issues. The network will provide original, syndicated and community created video content, allowing today’s digital generation to develop informed opinions on topics and then engage in positive debates and discussions.

Aisera, Inc.

Series C in 2020
AISERA is an information technology company that offers solutions for IT, HR, customer service, facilities, and cloud operations of companies, businesses, and organizations. It specializes in artificial intelligence, NLP, and NLU. The company was founded in 2017 and headquartered in Palo Alto, California.

Gauntlet Networks, Inc.

Seed Round in 2018
Gauntlet builds a blockchain simulation and testing platform for financial systems. The company's blockchain simulation and the testing platform run a series of simulations to test the client's protocol or smart contract and gain intuition on how design choices affect behavior, thereby helping financial institutions by providing transparency and greatly reduces the cost of experimentation so that teams can rapidly design, launch, and scale new decentralized systems. Gauntlet was founded in 2018 and is headquartered in Brooklyn, NY, USA.

Nomi

Seed Round in 2013
Nomi's Marketing Platform helps businesses optimize their brick and mortar stores just like their website.

Lygos

Series B in 2018
Lygos is providing biotechnology solutions for today’s renewable chemical challenges. They engineer microbes to convert sugars into high-value, industrial chemicals, targeting compounds where biological production is cost-advantaged over petrochemical production. The company's throughput screening and strain construction facilitate the rapid optimization of pathways to convert cheap and renewable feedstock to high-value chemicals. Founded in 2011, Lygos is headquartered in Berkeley, California.

Altruik

Series B in 2011
Altruik was acquired and merged with SearchDex. www.searchdex.com Altruik is focused on making search engine optimization easy and scalable for eCommerce companies and online businesses. By using their technology to increase visibility in the search engines, companies can generate more site traffic, more visits to their content and product inventory pages, and higher click-through rates. Their automated Search Engine Optimization (SEO) solution easily integrates with all Content Management Systems (CMS) and legacy systems and efficiently manages the search engine optimization process. Plus, it offers several advantages over other options by: 1. Handling many of the labor-intensive and tedious tasks associated with implementing site-wide SEO changes. As a result, eCommerce companies and site owners save the time and ongoing cost of ensuring that their site content is visible to prospective customers 2. Ensuring that SEO best practices are implemented in a way that is fully compliant with the search engines 3. Seamlessly overcoming SEO barriers created by a company’s infrastructure, including inflexible legacy or Content Management Systems, limited technology resources, and lack of access to relevant performance and search data

Velano Vascular

Series A in 2015
Velano Vascular's technologies transform care by reducing the stress and anxiety related to blood draws during hospitalization. The company's needle-free device reduces pain and discomfort for patients, and enhances safety and efficiency for providers. Founded by a patient and a physician, Velano Vascular is backed by First Round Capital, Kapor Capital and White Owl Capital. The company’s collaborators include leading U.S. hospital systems and organizations innovating in patient-centered care.

HotelTonight

Series E in 2017
HotelTonight, Inc. provides mobile applications for booking same-day unsold hotel deals. It offers a marketplace for hotels to fill tonight only and last-minute rooms that would otherwise remain empty; and enables guests to book the deals using their smartphones and tablets. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of April 15, 2019, HotelTonight, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Airbnb, Inc.

Warby Parker

Series A in 2011
Warby Parker is a lifestyle brand that offers designer eyewear at a revolutionary price operating as a socially conscious business. Approximately one billion people don't have access to affordable glasses. Glasses can increase one's income by 20%, enable students to see a blackboard, and offer dignity to those with poor eyesight. Warby Parker works with experienced non-profit partners to ensure that each sale of our frames will give someone in need access to affordable glasses.

Percolate

Series B in 2014
Percolate's complete web and mobile marketing software increases productivity, elevates your brand and helps you generate more sales. From governance, planning and content creation to audience acquisition, customer management and analytics, Percolate unites your brand, your data and your stories across every team, location, integrated system and customer interaction.

Jelli, Inc.

Series A in 2010
Jelli, Inc. operates as a cloud-based advertising company for the radio market in the United States. It offers SpotPlan, a Web-based programmatic buying platform for buying radio advertising; RadioSpot, a cloud-based advertising server for broadcast radio, and automating terrestrial radio advertising; and RadioDash, a campaign dashboard for radio campaigns. The company was incorporated in 2007 and is based in San Mateo, California. As of December 31, 2018, Jelli, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of iHeartMedia, Inc.

Ossium Health

Seed Round in 2016
Ossium is building the world's first bone marrow bank to treat blood cancers, improve organ transplantation, and repair damage from radiation.The cells of the immune system are the human body’s natural defenders against disease. At Ossium, they are developing better methods of recovering, preserving, deploying these critical cells to keep disease at bay.

Airlift Technologies

Series A in 2019
Airlift Technologies Pvt. Ltd. develops Airlift, a mobile application that connects passengers with bus-owners and enables them to commute residential and commercial hubs in the City. The company is based in Lahore, Pakistan.

Astorian

Venture Round in 2019
Astorian, Inc. develops software for real estate contractors and vendors to communicate and provide information. The product can be used to get information from vendors working on various projects and to find licenses and insurance details of proposals by contractors. Astorian, Inc. was founded in 2017 and is based in New York, New York.

Snackpass

Seed Round in 2018
Snackpass is a social food app that makes ordering food more convenient, affordable and social. It focuses on mobile order pickup at local restaurants. The platform allows users to unlock discounts with friends, send gifts, and collect points. Snackpass was founded in 2017 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Gigya, Inc.

Series A in 2007
Gigya's Customer Identity Management Platform helps companies build better customer relationships by turning unknown visitors into known, loyal and engaged customers. With Gigya’s technology, businesses increase registrations and identify customers across devices, consolidate data into rich customer profiles, and provide better service, products and experiences by integrating data into marketing and service applications. Gigya's platform was designed from the ground up for social identities, mobile devices, consumer privacy and modern marketing. Gigya provides developers with the APIs they need to easily build and maintain secure and scalable registration, authentication, profile management, data analytics and third-party integrations. More than 700 of the world’s leading businesses such as Fox, Forbes, and Verizon rely on Gigya to build identity-driven relationships and to provide scalable, secure Customer Identity Management.

BloomThat

Series A in 2015
BloomThat offers next and same day flower delivery service. Founded in 2013 in San Francisco by friends David Bladow, Matthew Schwab and Chad Powell, the on-demand feel-good service celebrates life’s many milestones (and all the little moments in between). With products ranging from handcrafted bouquets to other curated goods starting around $32, BloomThat is a fun and easy way to brighten anyone’s day. Currently available within an hour or so in the San Francisco Bay Area, New York, and LA; BloomThat also offers next-day delivery throughout The U.S. For more information, please visit BloomThat.com, download our iOS app, or check us out on social media: instagram.com/bloomthat, twitter.com/bloomthat, facebook.com/bloomthat.

Snowball

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

Ossium Health

Series B in 2021
Ossium is building the world's first bone marrow bank to treat blood cancers, improve organ transplantation, and repair damage from radiation.The cells of the immune system are the human body’s natural defenders against disease. At Ossium, they are developing better methods of recovering, preserving, deploying these critical cells to keep disease at bay.

Path

Series A in 2011
Path is a mobile photo-sharing and messaging service for building personal social networks with up to 150 contacts. Currently Path Places. Path Talk and Path sold to Daum Kakao May 28, 2015. Path brings people closer together. Guided by the belief that mobile technology will fundamentally change the cultural, social, and economic landscape, Path focuses on simplicity, quality, and privacy to provide the best mobile personal networking service in the world. Path was designed with the people they love, closest friends, and family in mind.

TaskRabbit

Series B in 2011
TaskRabbit, Inc. operates a same-day service platform that connects clients and taskers. Its platform enable clients to book a tasker for various home services, including minor home repair, mounting and installation, furniture assembly, moving and packing, housecleaning, yard work, and home improvement. TaskRabbit, Inc. was formerly known as RunMyErrand, Inc. and changed its name to TaskRabbit, Inc. in April 2010. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of October 10, 2017, TaskRabbit, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of INGKA Holding B.V.

Koru

Seed Round in 2013
Koru is a developer of a predictive recruitment processing platform used to transform the process of talent recruitment. The company's predictive hiring software gauges performance of the applicants before hiring them using signals far more indicative of early career success than the traditional GPA and college brand. Their main differentiator is that they have identified and can measure the skills that are most predictive of workplace performance in today’s innovative employers: Grit, Rigor, Impact, Teamwork, Curiosity, Ownership, and Polish - collectively the Koru7. Koru customers increase the performance and ramp to the productivity of their early career workforce, increase diversity, and reduce the cost of bad hires. Their customers have seen 30-60% increases in high performing hires using Koru, with associated ROI in the millions per year.

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.

Pequity

Seed Round in 2020
Pequity helps teams make informed pay decisions, combat pay inequality, and work smarter. Let's de-complicate compensation, together.

KidZui

Venture Round in 2008
KidZui provides a browser that appeals to kids and only lets them navigate certain pre-approved areas of the web.

Preo

Seed Round in 2013
Preo is a free ordering app that increases efficiency within the hospitality industry to create a world with no lines for customers. Their differentiation is in their automatic notification system that fits directly into the server's workflow. Servers view receipts to make orders and serve customers at the bar or to tables. Consumers don't need to fight for the wait staff’s attention, and staff will save on payment processing time (~50% of each drink order). Preo helps venues improve their service operations, identify their best customers and offer promotions to those customers for social media engagement. Beverage brands also offer free drinks through the app in exchange for social media shares & engagements.

Tillable, LLC

Series A in 2019
40% of US farmland is rented creating a $32 billion/year market. However, very little data on pricing and relative performance exists leading to a very inefficient market and to price distortion on both ends of the spectrum. Tillable was created to introduce data transparency to this market and make it more efficient to the benefit of all parties. The Tillable marketplace will provide price discovery, unprecedented access to new land, and information management to all parties, in one easy to use platform.

Yieldex

Series B in 2009
Yieldex is the leading provider of digital ad forecasting, analytic pricing and marketplace tools for publishers and advertisers. The world’s most successful publishers rely on Yieldex Analytics for forward-looking insights that help them save time, close more deals and increase revenue. Both advertisers and publishers use Yieldex’s programmatic marketplace, YieldexDirect, to buy and sell targeted, guaranteed inventory in one convenient location. Leading media companies such as The New York Times, Scripps, CBS, Comcast, Viacom, ESPN, Fox, The Wall Street Journal, Pandora, The Weather Channel, and dozens of others use Yieldex to get more value from their digital advertising strategies.

Ring Inc.

Seed Round in 2013
Ring is an outdoor home security company that provides homeowners a line of preventative outdoor security doorbells and cameras. It is on a mission to reduce crime in neighborhoods and empower consumers by creating a Ring of Security around homes and communities with its suite of smart home security products: Ring Video Doorbell, Ring Video Doorbell Pro, Ring Stick Up Cam, and the new Ring Floodlight Cam. With these security devices, Ring has created the neighborhood watch for the digital age and continues to prevent burglaries and keep homes around the world safe. Ring was established in 2012 and is based in Santa Monica, California.

Zoomin Online (India) Pvt. Ltd

Venture Round in 2008
Zoomin Online (India) Pvt. Ltd. provides online photo and photo printing services. The company also enables customers to upload, store, and print their digital photos, as well as share them with friends and family around the world. In addition, it operates an online store for digital cameras and camera accessories, photobooks, canvases, photo prints, posters, mugs, magnets, frames, note cards, framed prints, books, and collage posters. The company was incorporated in 2006 and is based in Mumbai, India. Zoomin Online (India) Pvt. Ltd. operates as a subsidiary of Zoomin Pte Limited.

StumbleUpon

Series B in 2011
StumbleUpon is the easiest way to discover new and interesting things from across the Web. More than 25 million people turn to StumbleUpon to be informed, entertained and surprised by content and information recommended just for them. In addition, more than 80,000 brands, publishers and other marketers have used StumbleUpon’s Paid Discovery platform to tell their stories and promote their products and services. Explore more at www.stumbleupon.com.

Area 1 Security

Seed Round in 2014
Based in Redwood City, CA, Area 1 Security is developing a product focused on eliminating targeted, socially engineered cyber attacks. Founded by security experts from NSA and MIT, and data analytics specialists from NSA and Disney, the stealth mode startup has raised $25.5 million in total funding to date. Investors include Icon Ventures, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Allegis Capital, Cowboy Ventures; Data Collective (DCVC); First Round Capital; RedSeal Networks CEO and former Venrock partner Ray Rothrock; and Shape Security CEO Derek Smith.

Abl Schools

Seed Round in 2016
Abl is building a new kind of school operations software that helps school leaders better manage their time and resources. Their mission is to transform education by helping schools create flexible, transparent, and collaborative learning environments.

Refinery29

Series A in 2011
Refinery29 is a digital media and entertainment company focused on women. Through a variety of lifestyle stories, original video programming, and social, shareable content across all platforms, Refinery29 provides its audience with the inspiration and tools to discover and pursue a more independent, stylish, and informed life. The company was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in New York.

Liftopia

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

imeem

Venture Round in 2006
imeem is an online music service that gives fans instant access to almost any song they want, for free.

Xobni

Series B in 2009
Xobni (the word 'inbox' spelled backwards) makes your inbox and address book smarter. First launching to the public in 2008, Xobni and its Smartr product suite, discover all the people you've ever emailed, called or texted, and creates complete and social profiles that are instantly searchable. Profiles include a photo, job title, company details, email history as well as updates from your contacts on [LinkedIn](/organization/linkedin), [Facebook](/organization/facebook), and [Twitter](/organization/twitter). Products for Gmail, Android and iPhone are available under the Smartr brand, and Xobni is available for Outlook and [BlackBerry](/organization/blackberry).

Vinli, Inc.

Series A in 2015
Vinli is an automotive technology company that builds data intelligence solutions and services for the connected world. In just three years, the team has built the most advanced vehicle data computing platform, grown into the largest app ecosystem for the car, and secured global partnerships with significant players in the telecom and automotive industry. Vinli’s fully customizable platform has enabled sophisticated brands to easily engineer connected car services and capitalize on its vehicle data. The company finds the meaningful connections and correlations between data posts and increases the opportunity for monetization across the automotive value chain by consuming and normalizing behavioral, diagnostic, and contextual data with its proprietary cloud-based data intelligence system. It also provides customized application solutions that keep the automotive-based software competitive and relevant. Through finding and highlighting those hidden data relationships, it creates customized mobility solutions our partners can market and monetize through white-label offerings. Vinli was established in 2014 and is headquartered in Dallas, Texas, USA.

Cricket Health

Convertible Note in 2015
Cricket Health is a specialty kidney care provider of integrated nephrology and dialysis care for people with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) and End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD). Cricket Health delivers world-class, technology-enabled multidisciplinary care both in-person and virtually to achieve the best outcomes possible for patients and the best value for partners, keeping patients healthy and out of the hospital, accelerating access to transplant, and increasing home dialysis adoption. We are committed to aligning the success of our company with those of our partners and the patients whom we serve. Learn more at www.crickethealth.com and follow us @crickethealth

Metric Insights

Seed Round in 2014
Metric Insights is an operator of a business intelligence platform used to empower businesses to effectively cut through data clutter. It helps to track metrics from business intelligence tools, big data, and SaaS applications, and uncovers anomalies and notifies users of significant changes in data that requires their attention that enable clients to benefit from intelligent data-driven decisions. It was founded in 2010 and headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Modern Fertility

Seed Round in 2017
Modern Fertility is a women’s health company that empowers all women to make informed decisions about their health, starting with fertility. Modern Fertility takes the same lab tests previously confined to infertility clinics and makes them more accessible by enabling women to administer a finger-prick at home or going to a nearby lab for a traditional blood draw for a fraction of the cost. By educating women and arming them with powerful information about their reproductive health, the company is closing the fertility information gap and enabling women to have more data for decision-making. Co-founded by Afton Vechery and Carly Leahy, Modern Fertility has raised a total of $7 million to advance fertility science so women can learn more about their bodies on their own terms.

Agari Data, Inc.

Series A in 2011
Agari is the Trusted Email Identity Company™, protecting brands and people from devastating phishing and socially-engineered attacks. Using applied data science and a diverse set of signals, Agari protects the workforce from inbound business email compromise, supply chain fraud, spear phishing, and account takeover-based attacks, reducing business risk and restoring trust to the inbox. Agari also prevents spoofing of outbound email from the enterprise to customers, increasing deliverability and preserving brand integrity.

Snapvine

Series A in 2006
[Snapvine](http://www.snapvine.com) lets people leave each other voicemails online. The contacter calls a central Snapvine number, then enters in a code corresponding to the person they are trying to contact, and leaves their message. Alternatively, you can leave messages using a microphone connected to your computer. The voicemails are then played from simple embeddable widgets. Messages can either be public, and can be listened to by anyone who visits the page in which the widget is embedded, or they can be private and only heard by the contactee. Snapvine is popular on Myspace and similar social networks, especially between artists or celebrities and their fans.

Reimage

Venture Round in 2007
Reimage:registered: is a world leader of internet-based system repair solutions. We are a multinational company with our business headquarters in Nicosia, Cyprus; and part of Market.COM, a one stop shop e-commerce solutions provider including payment processing and risk management, online marketing and advertising as well as custom website development and online shop design.

Caper

Seed Round in 2019
Caper (caper.ai) focuses on compacting Amazon-Go's technology (image recognition, sensor fusion and artificial intelligence) into a smart shopping cart, allowing each shopper to throw her groceries into the cart and self-checkout without cashiers. The technology is looking to fundamentally transform physical retail and rapidly scale into existing grocery stores.

Blue Apron

Series D in 2015
Blue Apron is a New York-based start-up that is changing the way people cook at home. Blue Apron's weekly subscription service delivers everything you need to make fresh meals, including shopping for its customers at wholesale and delivering all the ingredients in specific proportions, along with printed recipe cards. The model aims to emulate having your own private chef-- subscribers will discover new recipes, eat fresher food, and save both time and money.

Gigya, Inc.

Series C in 2008
Gigya's Customer Identity Management Platform helps companies build better customer relationships by turning unknown visitors into known, loyal and engaged customers. With Gigya’s technology, businesses increase registrations and identify customers across devices, consolidate data into rich customer profiles, and provide better service, products and experiences by integrating data into marketing and service applications. Gigya's platform was designed from the ground up for social identities, mobile devices, consumer privacy and modern marketing. Gigya provides developers with the APIs they need to easily build and maintain secure and scalable registration, authentication, profile management, data analytics and third-party integrations. More than 700 of the world’s leading businesses such as Fox, Forbes, and Verizon rely on Gigya to build identity-driven relationships and to provide scalable, secure Customer Identity Management.

Glide Apps

Seed Round in 2019
Glide Apps is a platform that enables users to create mobile apps from Google Sheets. It was founded in 2018 and is a member of the Y Combinator Winter 2019 class.

PeerPong

Venture Round in 2010
PeerPong is the world's largest index of expertise. The free service makes it fun and easy to find the right person to answer any question. PeerPong's PeerRank is constantly improving and growing, indexing people based on their publicly demonstrated interest. Learn more about PeerPong and its approach to providing expert answers on the PeerPong blog at http://blog.peerpong.com/. Sign up at peerpong.com.

PING, Inc.

Series A in 2019
PING, Inc. manufactures and sells golf equipment. It offers grips, apparel, bags, gloves, headwear, towels, headcovers, umbrellas, and other products. The company sells its products through retailers in the United States and internationally, as well as online PING, Inc. was founded in 1959 and is headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona.

PerformLine

Seed Round in 2009
PerformLine is the only RegTech solution that empowers leaders with a first-line of defense solution to mitigate risk across major consumer touchpoints: digital, voice, chat, email and social. By combining scalable tools and intelligent automation into one integrated platform, PerformLine creates a clear path to discover, monitor, act on, and mitigate regulatory risk and ensure brand safety.

SavingStar, Inc.

Series A in 2010
SavingStar is a paperless grocery rewards platform that enables shoppers to earn cash back. Shoppers earn cash on item-level grocery purchases with offers linked to their store loyalty cards and are validated when they submit a picture of their receipt at a number of retail locations nationwide. It automatically adds the value of each offer into members' SavingStar or partner accounts, enabling users to pick their payout from cash back or other currencies. The platform was launched in June 2010 and is based in Waltham, Massachusetts.

AppFirst

Series A in 2011
AppFirst’s is a patented technology that provides a solution for collecting every event across web-scale applications, regardless of the infrastructure type or programming language. With microsecond visibility into all the applications and supporting resources across their shared infrastructure, IT Operations can now deterministically get to the root cause, effectively footprint applications to determine exactly what resources that application requires, and proactively identify when their applications become wobbly. Those responsible for the infrastructure finally have a way to continuously understand the performance of every application running on the shared-resources they own.

Gem

Seed Round in 2014
Gem empowers individuals to take full control of their wealth, to benefit from the value of their own data, and to experience the collective power of the decentralization movement spreading globally today. Gem has been powering this movement through its cryptocurrency wallets and blockchain platform since 2013. Our seasoned team of cryptocurrency software architects and blockchain engineers are building apps for the next generation of consumers, offering easier and more secure ways to participate in the rapidly evolving digital marketplace. Join the movement today at https://gem.co.

NineSixFive

Series A in 2013
NineSixFive is building a new kind of portable audio speaker called TipTop. What’s unique about the device is its triangular shape, which is designed to fit into unexpected spaces–particularly the corner ceilings of rooms. Besides being placed in the top ceiling corner of a room, it can be used as a key holder or put on top of a bookshelf.

Anvyl

Series A in 2019
Anvyl is a technology platform that uses data analytics to reinvent supply chain processes, making products better, smarter, and easier. It provides visibility into the manufacturing process and streamlines relationships between reputable brands and world-class manufacturers. It standardizes and automates interactions, negotiates contracts and schedules, tracks production and quality, and provides visual and data updates to ensure on-time delivery. Anvyl's customers include HIMs, Native, S’well, Harry’s, LOLA, and other direct-to-consumer brands. It was founded in 2017 and is headquartered in New York.

Flexport

Series A in 2015
Flexport is a licensed customs brokerage and freight forwarder built around a modern web application. Its freight service includes an online dashboard for businesses to easily understand, purchase, manage, and track the services required for global trade. Its team of logistics experts lets focus on core business by ensuring goods arrive at fulfillment/distribution centers on time and at the lowest cost. Flexport's mission is to fix the user experience in global trade and bring the world free trade through technology. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Blue Apron

Seed Round in 2012
Blue Apron is a New York-based start-up that is changing the way people cook at home. Blue Apron's weekly subscription service delivers everything you need to make fresh meals, including shopping for its customers at wholesale and delivering all the ingredients in specific proportions, along with printed recipe cards. The model aims to emulate having your own private chef-- subscribers will discover new recipes, eat fresher food, and save both time and money.

Keep Holdings, Inc.

Series A in 2010
Keep Holdings offers products focusing on advertising, commercial email, and e-commerce to enhance the link between consumers and brands. The company's products empower consumers and brands to better connect and engage. Keep Holdings' suite of services focuses on commercial email and e-commerce with an emphasis on how the social web can bring brands and consumers together in new productive ways.

Sitka

Series A in 2021
Sitka, Inc. develops and operates an online communication platform that connects patients with health care providers. Its platform enables endocrinology, neurology, orthopedics, pulmonology, and rheumatology providers to interact with their patients. Sitka, Inc. was incorporated in 2017 and is based in Carmel, California.

HotelTonight

Series C in 2012
HotelTonight, Inc. provides mobile applications for booking same-day unsold hotel deals. It offers a marketplace for hotels to fill tonight only and last-minute rooms that would otherwise remain empty; and enables guests to book the deals using their smartphones and tablets. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of April 15, 2019, HotelTonight, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Airbnb, Inc.

Xobni

Series A in 2007
Xobni (the word 'inbox' spelled backwards) makes your inbox and address book smarter. First launching to the public in 2008, Xobni and its Smartr product suite, discover all the people you've ever emailed, called or texted, and creates complete and social profiles that are instantly searchable. Profiles include a photo, job title, company details, email history as well as updates from your contacts on [LinkedIn](/organization/linkedin), [Facebook](/organization/facebook), and [Twitter](/organization/twitter). Products for Gmail, Android and iPhone are available under the Smartr brand, and Xobni is available for Outlook and [BlackBerry](/organization/blackberry).

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.

Mashery, Inc.

Venture Round in 2012
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.

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.

UserLeap

Seed Round in 2019
UserLeap Inc. develops a qualitative research platform for in-product micro-surveys and artificial intelligence-based text analytics. The company offers UserLeap integrations, which processes the natural language from targeted micro-surveys and organizes the data for product managers. It also provides text analysis, dashboard, data security, template surveys, and software as a service (SaaS) based solutions. UserLeap Inc. was formerly known as MixBoard Inc. The company was incorporated in 2017 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Move Loot

Seed Round in 2014
Move Loot is a convenient way to buy and sell used furniture. Sellers can submit furniture with just a few clicks, then Move Loot curates, prices, and lists items to the marketplace. Buyers can browse and discover unique, quality furniture at affordable prices. Move Loot does all the heavy lifting, arranging to pick up from the seller and delivery to the buyer to make easy and hassle-free.

TaskRabbit

Seed Round in 2010
TaskRabbit, Inc. operates a same-day service platform that connects clients and taskers. Its platform enable clients to book a tasker for various home services, including minor home repair, mounting and installation, furniture assembly, moving and packing, housecleaning, yard work, and home improvement. TaskRabbit, Inc. was formerly known as RunMyErrand, Inc. and changed its name to TaskRabbit, Inc. in April 2010. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of October 10, 2017, TaskRabbit, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of INGKA Holding B.V.

ModCloth, Inc.

Seed Round in 2008
ModCloth.com is a rip-roaringly innovative, rapidly growing e-tailer of vintage-inspired fashion and decor that’s out to shake up the way fashion is discovered, developed, and delivered. Through groundbreaking technology and press-recognized social media, they’re creating a user-empowering platform that’s redefining the face of social commerce. Founded in a CMU dorm room by high school sweethearts Eric & Susan Koger, ModCloth now has over 400 employees and offices in San Francisco, LA, and Pittsburgh.

Fab

Seed Round 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.

Confide, Inc.

Seed Round in 2014
Confide is a messaging platform that relies on public and private encryption keys to keep messages secret while they’re in transit. With encrypted, self-destructing, and screenshot-proof messages, Confide gives users the comfort of knowing that their private communication will now truly stay that way.

Mobcrush

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

Jelli, Inc.

Venture Round in 2012
Jelli, Inc. operates as a cloud-based advertising company for the radio market in the United States. It offers SpotPlan, a Web-based programmatic buying platform for buying radio advertising; RadioSpot, a cloud-based advertising server for broadcast radio, and automating terrestrial radio advertising; and RadioDash, a campaign dashboard for radio campaigns. The company was incorporated in 2007 and is based in San Mateo, California. As of December 31, 2018, Jelli, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of iHeartMedia, Inc.

Intrinsic Graphics Inc.

Seed Round in 2016
Intrinsic Graphics Inc. provides a solution that enables developers to secure Node.js apps from bugs, exploits, and malicious code. It offers a direct enforcement mechanism to ensure that the code abides by the specified security policies of the developer. The company was incorporated in 1998 and is based in Mountain View, California.

Relay Network, LLC

Series B in 2016
Relay Network, LLC operates as a technology company that connects brands to their customers on a private messaging application. It sends messages on behalf of businesses; and let the customers opt in to receive messages on behalf of their service providers. The company serves healthcare, financial services, insurance, cable, energy, travel, and hospitality industries. Relay Network, LLC was incorporated in 2009 and is based in Radnor, Pennsylvania.

Tesorio

Seed Round in 2018
Tesorio is the cash flow performance platform, which Accounts Receivable, Treasury, and FP&A teams use to manage, predict, and collect cash. Its AI processes over $30 billion in transactions each year for companies ranging from 50 to 10,000 employees. Tesorio serves customers around the globe with AR automation and cash flow forecasting, across verticals including software, manufacturing, retail, finance, and pharmaceuticals.Customers include Box, Veeva Systems, WP Engine, Currency Cloud, Instructure and many other publicly traded and privately held companies that care about cash flow performance.

Abl Schools

Series A in 2017
Abl is building a new kind of school operations software that helps school leaders better manage their time and resources. Their mission is to transform education by helping schools create flexible, transparent, and collaborative learning environments.

Sano

Seed Round in 2015
Sano is building a small, wearable sensor that can capture and transmit blood chemistry data continuously to virtually any device. The company will liberate this data to a third-party development and analytical platform called the API for the bloodstream.

Aisera, Inc.

Series B in 2020
AISERA is an information technology company that offers solutions for IT, HR, customer service, facilities, and cloud operations of companies, businesses, and organizations. It specializes in artificial intelligence, NLP, and NLU. The company was founded in 2017 and headquartered in Palo Alto, California.

Kandji, Inc.

Series A in 2020
Kandji, Inc. provides a cloud-based software that offer customizable security, compliance, and reporting solutions for Mac computers. It offers Kandji, a software that allows users to configure and enforce macOS security parameters; and monitor and auto-remediate. Kandji, Inc. was formerly known as Kandji LLC. The company was incorporated in 2018 and is based in San Diego, California.

Demdex

Seed Round in 2008
Demdex provides Audience Management solutions for powering dynamic, multi-channel data strategies online. Having pioneered the SaaS Audience Management market since 2008, Demdex's services are continually being embraced by some of the world's most recognized brands across diverse industries.  As the best alternative to homegrown systems which are expensive to build, operate and maintain, Demdex's enterprise-level technology provides the scale, reliability, insight and performance necessary for businesses to succeed online.

OpenX

Series A in 2007
OpenX powers highly relevant advertising at global scale, delivering quality and value to brands, publishers and consumers across every type of connected screen and ad format. The company’s leading technology aggregates, curates and values consumer interest in real time on one of the world’s largest and highest quality ad exchanges to ensure marketers reach exactly the audience they want. OpenX serves more than 30,000 of the world’s most recognized brands, more than 1,200 websites and more than 2,000 premium mobile apps.

Airware

Series B in 2014
Airware is an enterprise drone analytics company enabling enterprises to harness aerial data and turn it into valuable business insights that can be shared and acted on across sites, teams, and geographies. Our solutions enable enterprises to reinvent their organizations for the digital era by translating aerial data into business impact. Drones are enabling companies to more efficiently and effectively capture data, and Airware allows enterprises to integrate this data with existing information and workflows to improve efficiency, productivity, and safety. Airware provides aerial insights drone solutions for insurance, mining, construction, and aggregates.

Qualaroo

Series A in 2014
Qualaroo is a user research tool for UX designers working in SaaS space. It enables companies to gain valuable insights from their prospects and customers at the moment when they are using the website or app. Qualaroo makes it possible to target prompts by user behavior, specified needs, demographics, or any other internal data. They call these prompts Nudges that can be used to get insights about visitors and influence their behavior.

Transpera

Series B in 2008
Transpera is a mobile technology company that provides a comprehensive platform for monetizing videos on mobile phones. Transpera services online content owners, network operators and advertisers by providing their patent-pending advertising platform and bridging technology -- an all-in-one style solution for connecting the necessary pieces involved in successful and profitable mobile video deployments. Transpera powers mobile video services for internet video brands including MTV Networks, Discovery Networks, Fox Reality Channel, the Travel Channel, CBS News, Associated Press, AccuWeather.com, Revision3, Next New Networks, Break.com, maniaTV, eBaumsworld and Zoovision among others.

9GAG, Inc.

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

Amino Payments

Seed Round in 2018
Amino is a payments company that combines technologies from blockchain, payments, and advertising to bring transparency to online advertising. With a founding team comprised of co-founders of Integral Ad Science, Monetate, and Sailthru, Amino lifts the shroud from the media supply chain and eliminates fraud, waste, and abuse, making the entire industry more transparent and cost-effective.

Upstart Network, Inc.

Series C in 2017
Upstart Network, Inc. develops and operates a peer-to-peer online lending marketplace that serves as a platform for obtaining fixed rate personal loans. Its model considers credit history, education, area of study, and employment history to lend money to borrowers. The company was incorporated in 2012 and is based in San Mateo, California. Upstart Network, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Upstart Holdings, Inc.

Dishcraft Robotics

Seed Round in 2017
Dishcraft Robotics, Inc. develops and manufactures robots for commercial kitchens. The company through its system cleans each dish individually using a rotating scrubber head and inspects each dish in a fraction of a second for remaining food residue using computer vision. Its solution Dishcraft Daily provides clean-dish dishwashing services. It serves corporate kitchens and restaurants. Dishcraft Robotics, Inc. was formerly known as Bistro Technologies, Inc. and changed its name to Dishcraft Robotics, Inc. in March 2016. The company was incorporated in 2015 and is based in San Carlos, California.

BiggerBoat

Series A in 2008
BiggerBoat is an online advertising network that is focused on advertising online through entertainment.
Breakthrough Behavioral, Inc. provides online therapy solutions in insurance payer, health plan, and employer markets to commercial, Medicaid, and private pay consumers. It offers online counselling and psychiatric therapy by connecting the individuals with the mental health providers in the United States. The company was incorporated in 2009 and is based in Redwood City, California. Breakthrough Behavioral, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of MDLIVE Inc.

CareDox

Seed Round in 2014
CareDox delivers free health technology for K-12 public schools to help school nurses deliver care and keep students safe. It is a digital health platform for the largest and most consistent health delivery system in the country. Their mission is to work with partners to provide a unified health record for every family. CareDox leverages pediatric health data and this country’s most successful public health organization, the K-12 school system, to improve outcomes and learn about clinical health data outside of the provider’s office. Traditional care coordination stops short of sending essential care instructions to School Nurses and thus increases the risk of stopped or inconsistent post-discharge care delivery. By closing the link in the pediatric care continuum, children stay healthy and get better faster.

Bowery Farming

Series B in 2018
Bowery Farming Inc., a farming company, provides post-organic produce. The company offers baby kale, blend, lettuce, arugula, kale mix, and basil products. It sells its products through grocery stores and restaurants. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in New York, New York.

OnDeck Canada

Series B in 2008
OnDeck launched in Australia in 2015 to solve a major issue facing small businesses: efficient access to capital. They use cutting-edge technology to evaluate businesses based on their actual performance, not solely business owners’ personal credit scores. Ultimately, this makes it possible for us to responsibly expand access to credit. As a result, businesses are able to spend their time where it provides the most benefit—on their customers and on growing, rather than looking for a small business loan.
New Ocean Health Solutions, a software design and development company, delivers an enterprise health management platform that includes health and well-being programs that people value. It offers Bridge, an enterprise health and well-being integration and optimization platform that is designed to connect the disparate parts of the healthcare system. The company also delivers members and employees a personalized rewards-based program to meet their health goals from improved well-being to chronic condition management. New Ocean Health Solutions was formerly known as Care Cam Innovations, LLC. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania with an operation in Greenville, South Carolina.

June

Series A in 2016
June pioneered the smart oven market in 2016 with the introduction of the world’s first and only smart countertop convection oven. June’s mission is to use the power of technology to make cooking perfectly easy for everyone. Through elegant design and unprecedented performance, the June Oven delivers the best possible cooking experience for everyone. The June Oven is seven appliances in one - it ​air fries, slow cooks, roasts, broils, bakes, dehydrates, toasts, reheats and keeps warm. This do-it-all oven clears kitchen clutter and saves you money. Our team of designers, hardware and software engineers is committed to transforming the kitchen experience. For more information, visit www.juneoven.com or connect with June on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

AppNexus

Series B in 2009
Provides trading solutions and powers marketplaces for internet advertising

Yummly

Series A in 2012
Yummly enables its users to search for recipes by ingredient, diet, allergy, nutrition, taste, calories, fat, price, cuisine, time, course, and source. The Yummly app is available for iPhone, iPad, Android, and Windows. Yummly, Inc. was founded in 2009 and is based in Redwood City, California.

Upserve, Inc.

Series C in 2014
A restaurant management platform designed to make restaurants run smoother operations and exceed guest expectations

Instrumental, Inc.

Series A in 2017
Instrumental is building software that enables assembly lines to autonomously operate, learn, and adapt parts and processes - saving billions of dollars in scrap and rework costs. Their customers use Instrumental to find and fix issues on their assembly lines, preventing development schedule slips and beginning production at higher yields. Their equipment and data service is deployed on multiple global assembly lines at top-tier manufacturers. Instrumental was founded by Anna-Katrina Shedletsky and Samuel Weiss, two former Apple engineers who, after spending hundreds of days in China on manufacturing lines, set out to revolutionize the manufacturing space. They are assembling a diverse team who sees inefficiencies as opportunities and want to develop a system that changes the manufacturing world for the better.

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.

OpenX

Series C in 2009
OpenX powers highly relevant advertising at global scale, delivering quality and value to brands, publishers and consumers across every type of connected screen and ad format. The company’s leading technology aggregates, curates and values consumer interest in real time on one of the world’s largest and highest quality ad exchanges to ensure marketers reach exactly the audience they want. OpenX serves more than 30,000 of the world’s most recognized brands, more than 1,200 websites and more than 2,000 premium mobile apps.

Nomi

Series A in 2013
Nomi's Marketing Platform helps businesses optimize their brick and mortar stores just like their website.

Simplifeye

Series A in 2018
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.

MissionU

Series A in 2017
MissionU is a college alternative that gives students the skills and experience needed to succeed in today’s competitive working world while allowing them to graduate debt-free with no upfront tuition. Led by Pencils of Promise founder Adam Braun, who created the company with co-founder and Chief Product Officer Mike Adams, MissionU is the only program that combines general education with specialized skills training to prepare individuals for real-world jobs. By employing an income-share agreement model, MissionU only requires students to pay once they are earning $50,000 or more, during which they pay 15% of their income for three years back to the company.

Zenreach

Series C in 2017
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.

Upserve, Inc.

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

Influitive Corporation

Series B in 2015
Influitive is driving the shift from company-centric marketing to advocate marketing. Their advocacy platform and team of experts helps the world’s most successful businesses spark, build and sustain a movement behind their brands with the participation of their greatest marketing asset: their customers. They believe the companies that put their customers at the heart of their marketing — and their business — are the ones that will win.

HubLogix

Convertible Note in 2014
HubLogix is a SaaS based solution that empowers online retailers to automate logistics process throughout the order lifecycle. We work with some of the the leading commerce platforms (e.g. Channel Advisor, Magento, Shopify, Amazon, etc.) and a growing eco-system of third party logistics providers and distributors to make sure orders go from cart to doorstep as efficiently as possibly.

Attributor

Series A in 2006
Attributor Corporation provides online book protection services. It offers Digimarc Guardian solution that discovers and validates pirated content on cyberlockers, peer to peer networks, and other offending sites, as well as initiates and manages an integrated takedown process. When Guardian finds a use that is not permitted, the hosting site is alerted and receives a range of alternatives, including an option to switch to authorized content, a licensing request, or ultimately a DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act) takedown notice. Attributor also provides an analytics platform that identifies and analyzes a variety of data that illuminates when, how and where digital content is being consumed.

Verkada Inc.

Series A in 2018
Verkada Inc. develops and offers a cloud-based video management software that enables users to manage physical security. Its Command platform enables users to access, share, and archive footage across locations. The company also offers security cameras for security services. Its products include Dome; Mini; Fisheye; and Viewing Station series. It serves Healthcare, banks, education, retail, restaurants, government, and private business sectors. The company was incorporated in 2016 and is based in San Mateo, California. It has an additional location in London, United Kingdom.

LiveIntent

Series B in 2011
LiveIntent is a people-based marketing technology platform changing the way over 2,000 of the world's largest brands and publishers think about email. The LiveIntent platform transforms email from something you send and receive into the simplest, most powerful way to resolve identity and market to people in a mobile-first world. It becomes your superpower, generating a private customer graph that can augment everything from acquisition to attribution while driving incremental product sales and revenue. LiveIntent is headquartered in NYC, with offices in Berlin, Chicago, Copenhagen, Austin, Detroit, Los Angeles, and the UK, serving as home to 170 people and counting.

Pikum

Seed Round in 2007
Backed by First Round Capital and Virgin, Pikum is a new kind of betting game created and played between friends online. It can be played for fun, or where possible, money. It's simple, social, fun, and hopes to capitalize on people's love of predicting, debating, and bragging when they're right.

Mint

Series B in 2008
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.

Binti

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

TaskRabbit

Series A in 2011
TaskRabbit, Inc. operates a same-day service platform that connects clients and taskers. Its platform enable clients to book a tasker for various home services, including minor home repair, mounting and installation, furniture assembly, moving and packing, housecleaning, yard work, and home improvement. TaskRabbit, Inc. was formerly known as RunMyErrand, Inc. and changed its name to TaskRabbit, Inc. in April 2010. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of October 10, 2017, TaskRabbit, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of INGKA Holding B.V.

Browster

Series A in 2006
Browster develops browsing and search enhancement technology. It provides Browster, a tool that pre-fetches content from links on a Web page and makes that content available by mousing-over the link. The company was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Sookasa, Inc.

Seed Round in 2012
Sookasa, Inc. provides encryption, security, and compliance solutions. The company offers its solutions to various cloud-based integration partners, including Box, Dropbox, GitHub, Google Drive, Microsoft Office 365, Salesforce, Slack, and Zendesk. It serves customers in the education, finance, healthcare, and legal industries. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in Mountain View, California. As of March 17, 2016, Sookasa, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Barracuda Networks, Inc.

Flexport

Corporate Round in 2018
Flexport is a licensed customs brokerage and freight forwarder built around a modern web application. Its freight service includes an online dashboard for businesses to easily understand, purchase, manage, and track the services required for global trade. Its team of logistics experts lets focus on core business by ensuring goods arrive at fulfillment/distribution centers on time and at the lowest cost. Flexport's mission is to fix the user experience in global trade and bring the world free trade through technology. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Caspida

Venture Round in 2014
Caspida is a real-time cyber-security and threat detection company that automatically detects & prevents hidden threats across corporate, SaaS/cloud, and mobile environments. Caspida detects the entire cyber threat kill chain and is the first in the industry to provide coverage for unknown threats that have already penetrated the enterprise, without rules, signatures, sand-boxing, or human analysis. Caspida finds lurking APTs, new malware, and unpredictable insider threats using a novel behavioral threat detection and Big Data security analytics approach. It was founded in 2014 and headquartered in Palo Alto, California.

Homejoy, Inc.

Venture Round in 2013
Homejoy believes everyone deserves a happy home. With just a few clicks, Homejoy’s online platform will match you with a screened, background-checked and certified professional cleaner who maintains high customer ratings. And at $20/hour, Homejoy makes a sparkling home an affordable reality for everyone. Founded in 2010 by brother-sister duo Aaron and Adora Cheung, the San Francisco-based company serves 31 markets in North America and growing. For additional information on Homejoy, please visit www.homejoy.com/about or www.homejoy.com/press.

NimbleRx

Series B in 2017
Provider of on demand drug delivery platform intended to create a better experience for patients at a lower price. Nimble partners with pharmacies nationwide to provide prescription delivery, as well as a mobile app for patients to manage and review prescriptions/orders from their phone.

FlightCar

Series B in 2015
Launched in early 2013 and based in San Francisco, California, FlightCar connects visitors who need cars at the airport with locals looking to park them. By making it convenient and enjoyable for anyone to experience traveling in an original way at a great value, FlightCar saves travelers money, creates a more interesting experience, and offers a practical and novel new option for a collaborative community of travelers.

Bitcasa

Seed Round in 2011
Bitcasa makes public cloud storage simple. Its Cloud Storage Platform APIs and branded applications provide plug and play solutions for easy file storage, access, and sharing across all major platforms including Android, iOS, Windows, Mac OSX, Linux, and the Web. Bitcasa has helped thousands of developers, OEMs, and service providers in more than 140 countries manage their data, and is backed by top-tier investors including Horizons Ventures, Pelion Venture Partners, First Round Capital, Samsung Ventures and Andreessen Horowitz. For more details visit www.bitcasa.com or follow their blog blog.bitcasa.com.

Keep Holdings, Inc.

Series B in 2011
Keep Holdings offers products focusing on advertising, commercial email, and e-commerce to enhance the link between consumers and brands. The company's products empower consumers and brands to better connect and engage. Keep Holdings' suite of services focuses on commercial email and e-commerce with an emphasis on how the social web can bring brands and consumers together in new productive ways.

Elicit, Inc.

Series A in 2012
Elicit, Inc. operates as an Internet SaaS software company that transforms on-site search into branding and conversion tool on the Web. It enables marketers and retailers to curate search results by aligning brand story, marketing calendar, promotional initiatives, and eBusiness objectives. The company was formerly known as Elevation, Inc. and changed its name to Elicit, Inc. in August 2011. Elicit, Inc. was incorporated in 2011 and is based in Chicago, Illinois.

Elicit, Inc.

Series A in 2014
Elicit, Inc. operates as an Internet SaaS software company that transforms on-site search into branding and conversion tool on the Web. It enables marketers and retailers to curate search results by aligning brand story, marketing calendar, promotional initiatives, and eBusiness objectives. The company was formerly known as Elevation, Inc. and changed its name to Elicit, Inc. in August 2011. Elicit, Inc. was incorporated in 2011 and is based in Chicago, Illinois.

SavingStar, Inc.

Series D in 2013
SavingStar is a paperless grocery rewards platform that enables shoppers to earn cash back. Shoppers earn cash on item-level grocery purchases with offers linked to their store loyalty cards and are validated when they submit a picture of their receipt at a number of retail locations nationwide. It automatically adds the value of each offer into members' SavingStar or partner accounts, enabling users to pick their payout from cash back or other currencies. The platform was launched in June 2010 and is based in Waltham, Massachusetts.

Knowable Universe, Inc.

Seed Round in 2019
Knowable Universe, Inc., doing business as Knowable, develops an online platform that offers audio courses. Its courses include long-form audio instruction, detailed lesson summaries, curated learning tools, a downloadable e-textbook, and access to private student communities. The company was incorporated in 2013 and is based in Los Angeles, California.

SavingStar, Inc.

Series B in 2011
SavingStar is a paperless grocery rewards platform that enables shoppers to earn cash back. Shoppers earn cash on item-level grocery purchases with offers linked to their store loyalty cards and are validated when they submit a picture of their receipt at a number of retail locations nationwide. It automatically adds the value of each offer into members' SavingStar or partner accounts, enabling users to pick their payout from cash back or other currencies. The platform was launched in June 2010 and is based in Waltham, Massachusetts.

Clare, Inc.

Convertible Note in 2019
Clare, Inc. provides paints and related supplies. The company offers primers, ceiling paints, paint kits, roller frames, poles, roller covers, paint brushes, metal trays, plastic tray liners, painter’s washi tapes, plastic drop clothes, mini roller frames and covers, and mini trays. It serves homeowners online. The company was incorporated in 2017 and is based in New York, New York.

SimpleGeo

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

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.

Perceptive Automata, Inc.

Series A in 2018
Perceptive Automata, Inc. develops machine learning and computer vision solutions. Its solutions are used in the automated vehicles to understand what people might do next, so solutions can navigate around humans, including pedestrians, cyclists, and other drivers. The company was incorporated in 2014 and is based in Somerville, Massachusetts.

Gigya, Inc.

Series B in 2008
Gigya's Customer Identity Management Platform helps companies build better customer relationships by turning unknown visitors into known, loyal and engaged customers. With Gigya’s technology, businesses increase registrations and identify customers across devices, consolidate data into rich customer profiles, and provide better service, products and experiences by integrating data into marketing and service applications. Gigya's platform was designed from the ground up for social identities, mobile devices, consumer privacy and modern marketing. Gigya provides developers with the APIs they need to easily build and maintain secure and scalable registration, authentication, profile management, data analytics and third-party integrations. More than 700 of the world’s leading businesses such as Fox, Forbes, and Verizon rely on Gigya to build identity-driven relationships and to provide scalable, secure Customer Identity Management.

Crunched

Seed Round in 2011
Crunched is a presentation and analytics platform that helps business professionals close more deals with deeper insights into their customers. Crunched shows you who your most valuable customers are so you can prioritize the right people at the right time with the right solution.

Zodiac Inc.

Seed Round in 2016
Zodiac Inc. provides a predictive analytics solution that accurately forecasts individualized customer lifetime value based on real-time sales data. Its solution makes informed marketing decisions based on each customer’s projected future lifetime value; and accurately predicts future sales volumes and trends by segment and by individual customer. Zodiac Inc. was formerly known as CLVMetrics, Inc. The company was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. As of March 22, 2018, Zodiac Inc. operates as a subsidiary of NIKE, Inc.

ModCloth, Inc.

Series C in 2012
ModCloth.com is a rip-roaringly innovative, rapidly growing e-tailer of vintage-inspired fashion and decor that’s out to shake up the way fashion is discovered, developed, and delivered. Through groundbreaking technology and press-recognized social media, they’re creating a user-empowering platform that’s redefining the face of social commerce. Founded in a CMU dorm room by high school sweethearts Eric & Susan Koger, ModCloth now has over 400 employees and offices in San Francisco, LA, and Pittsburgh.

Mobcrush

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

Remind

Seed Round in 2012
Remind is a communication platform that helps every student succeed. Founded in 2011, Remind allows school and district administrators to reach and engage with their communities and connects educators and families with the tools that help them teach and learn. Investors include First Round Capital, GSV, Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers, and Social Capital.

MIRROR

Seed Round in 2016
Mirror is a connected fitness system that streams live and on-demand classes to users in-home through a sleek responsive display. Its connected fitness platform streams live and on-demand classes to users in-home, which the content is then personalized in real-time using a combination of user feedback and biometric data that enable users to receive access to a selection of live and on-demand classes across a variety of genres, including cardio, strength training, and yoga. Mirror was established in 2016 and is headquartered in New York.

Zendrive

Seed Round in 2013
Zendrive Inc. develops traffic data tracking application for mobile phones. It offers Zendrive, an application that tracks speed, location, direction, and acceleration of traffic using smartphone sensors. The company provides traffic and driving information to users based on the accumulated data. The company was formerly known as Inner Circle Technologies, Inc. Zendrive Inc. was incorporated in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Pique Tea, Inc.

Seed Round in 2016
Pique Tea, Inc. produces tea and tea mixes. The company develops sugar free tea mixes which can be mixed with water. The company sells its products through retail stores and online. The company was incorporated in 2011 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Wanelo

Venture Round in 2012
Wanelo, Inc. operates a social media shopping site whose products are linked to an online store. It develops a shopping app that allows users to find, buy, and sell various products. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Last Energy

Venture Round in 2020
Last Energy is an organization for nuclear research that has spun off Energy Impact Center. Bret Kugelmass founded it in 2020, with its headquarters in the District of Columbia in the United States.

Clipboard

Seed Round in 2011
Clipboard was founded by Gary William Flake in January 2011 with the simple goal of helping people save and share the parts of the Web that they care about. Since the Internet is more than two decades old, doesn't it seem strange that the typical way to save something online is to put it into an email or a document? We think so too, which is why we built an easy and powerful tool to help you. All of this may sound simple, but we think it's actually quite significant. We believe that someday soon everyone will be saving and organizing their online life in a way that is easy, fun and reflective of themselves. It is a world where everyone is highly engaged and active in saving their life experiences online. We are here for you and we are in this for the long haul. Our mission is to help you organize your online life. Please read more about us and our values at https://clipboard.com/about Stats on Clipboard: In close to 2 years before Clipboard was acquired in May 2013 140,000 people created 3 million clips.

The Climate Corporation

Series B in 2011
The Climate Corporation (formerly WeatherBill) aims to help farmers around the world protect and improve their farming operations with uniquely powerful software, hardware and insurance products. The company’s proprietary Climate Technology Platform combines hyper-local weather monitoring, agronomic modeling, and high-resolution weather simulations to deliver Climate Basic and Climate Pro, mobile SaaS solutions that helps farmers improve profitability by making better informed operating and financing decisions.

SkillSlate

Seed Round in 2010
Skillslate enables consumers to find and connect with local individual businesses. Business owners get free marketing tools and leads to gain more customers.

CE Interactive

Seed Round in 2005
Wirewize is a product of CE Interactive, a New York-based software and services company that has developed the definitive platform to help users manage, support, improve and simplify their consumer electronics experience. CEI represents the next generation of support services, and provides its solutions to consumer electronics retailers, manufacturers, service providers and consumers. CEI's unique information delivery technologies provide cross-brand model specific support solutions at all critical customer touch points; on the retail floor, through a call center help desk, through a service or installation event, and by the customer directly over the web.

Threadflip

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

AppNexus

Series C in 2010
Provides trading solutions and powers marketplaces for internet advertising

Refinery29

Series B in 2013
Refinery29 is a digital media and entertainment company focused on women. Through a variety of lifestyle stories, original video programming, and social, shareable content across all platforms, Refinery29 provides its audience with the inspiration and tools to discover and pursue a more independent, stylish, and informed life. The company was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in New York.

Twenty20

Series A in 2015
Twenty20 provides a modern, real-world alternative to traditional stock photography. In the era of Instagram and the iPhone, stock photos can feel staged and uninspired. Twenty20 provides fresh, inspiring photography supplied by a global contributor community of ~ 250,000 mobile photographers. All imagery is available via a simple, royalty-free license.

Monetate

Series C in 2013
Monetate, Inc. develops a personalization software solution that enables marketers to create a relevant and personalized customer experience. The company’s solutions include testing and optimization, segmentation and targeting, 1-to-1 personalization, recommendations, data integrations and APIS, audience insights, and customer data management. It serves brands and retailers worldwide. Monetate, Inc. has a strategic partnership with Bazaarvoice, Inc. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania. It has additional locations in the United States, Canada, Mexico, South America, Europe, Middle East, and Africa.

Etleap

Seed Round in 2018
Etleap is an ETL solution for creating perfect data pipelines from day one. Unlike other enterprise solutions, Etleap doesn’t require extensive engineering work to set up, maintain, and scale. Etleap builds tools to make data analytics teams more productive. It automates most ETL setup and maintenance work, and simplifies the rest into 10-minute tasks that analysts can own.

Ringly, Inc.

Series A in 2015
Ringly designs and develops wearable technology solutions that are compact in size, but powerful in functionality. It is our belief that technology can blend more seamlessly into our lives and provide frictionless interactions with our environment, our devices and our selves. We get excited about pushing boundaries and solving big problems that will make our world a more enjoyable place to live. In 2015, we began shipping our first product and became an industry leader in fashionable wearable technology. We’ve built a specialized and integrated team that controls every aspect of the business including design, brand, software, hardware and manufacturing.

ScanScout

Venture Round in 2007
ScanScout is the market-leading online video advertising network. The company partners with major advertisers and publishers to maximize video advertising opportunities. ScanScout creates a new significant revenue stream for publishers, helping them to extract the most value out of their video content and monetize it in a user-friendly manner. For advertisers, ScanScout provides the ability to target, optimize and deliver ad messages to the right content and audience, maximizing user engagement. ScanScout is one of the largest online video networks on the web, serving hundreds of millions of ad impressions every month. The company is headquartered in Boston with offices in New York and Los Angeles.

Swivel, Inc.

Seed Round in 2018
Swivel is a new online service where fast-growing companies can find and design their own plug-and-play workspace. It's a workspace network where agile leasing gives member companies the freedom to move when the office needs change. More and more companies prefer this approach over traditional office leasing because they can get exactly the right amount of space they need, when they need it, and have greater control over one of their largest expenses.

Health IQ

Series C in 2017
Their mission: to increase health literacy around the world Over the last 100 years, the world’s language literacy has increased significantly. Their challenge over the next 100 years is to increase the world’s health literacy. They believe the best way to create change is to celebrate the people who are dedicated to their health, rather than harass the people who are not. The Health Conscious are the unsung heroes — the people who don’t get credit for their hard work. Help us spread health literacy to every corner of the world.

MightyText

Seed Round in 2011
MightyText is a group of Silicon Valley folks (with experience at Google, Zynga, Cisco), based out of the Bay Area in California, USA. We simply want to make life easier for people who send and receive SMS text messages and get phone calls all day. Android is a powerful, open, platform with lots of possibilities and we're very excited to bring products and features to consumers across the globe!

NiftyThrifty

Venture Round in 2012
Online Thrift Shop: www.NiftyThrifty.com WRITE US: info@niftythrifty.com

tlee.com

Venture Round in 2010
was an online resource for building, managing, and researching professional reputation, using community-contributed, professional reviews. Users can create or claim their profile, request reviews from colleagues and respond to comments. .

EAT Club

Seed Round in 2011
EAT Club is a food technology company that's democratizing good food. Office workers can order lunch from great local restaurants via mobile or web and get it delivered by 12:30pm. Meals start at $8.95, and there are no minimum orders or additional tips or fees. EAT Club is based in Palo Alto and currently serves most of Silicon Valley.

Transpera

Series C in 2010
Transpera is a mobile technology company that provides a comprehensive platform for monetizing videos on mobile phones. Transpera services online content owners, network operators and advertisers by providing their patent-pending advertising platform and bridging technology -- an all-in-one style solution for connecting the necessary pieces involved in successful and profitable mobile video deployments. Transpera powers mobile video services for internet video brands including MTV Networks, Discovery Networks, Fox Reality Channel, the Travel Channel, CBS News, Associated Press, AccuWeather.com, Revision3, Next New Networks, Break.com, maniaTV, eBaumsworld and Zoovision among others.

Boom.tv

Seed Round in 2016
BoomTV is an Esports entertainment platform that provides tools to automate score tracking, streaming, and generating event hubs. Their mission is to enable communities to easily produce and partake in virtual Esports. At the core of it all is our self-driving Esports technology layer that provides a one-button solution for anyone to create, participate, and/or spectate Esports content.

AppNexus

Series B in 2008
Provides trading solutions and powers marketplaces for internet advertising

MemSQL

Series C in 2016
SingleStore is dedicated to helping businesses adapt more quickly, embrace diverse data and accelerate digital innovation by operationalizing all data through one platform for all of their moments that matter. These capabilities are provided as a service in AWS, Azure and GCP and through your own deployments with SingleStore Managed Service and SingleStore DB.

Percolate

Series C in 2015
Percolate's complete web and mobile marketing software increases productivity, elevates your brand and helps you generate more sales. From governance, planning and content creation to audience acquisition, customer management and analytics, Percolate unites your brand, your data and your stories across every team, location, integrated system and customer interaction.

MeetMe

Series A in 2007
MeetMe® (formerly MyYearbook) is the leading social network for meeting new people in the US and the public market leader for social discovery (NYSE MKT: MEET). MeetMe makes meeting new people fun through social games and apps, monetized by both advertising and virtual currency. With 60% of traffic coming from mobile, MeetMe is fast becoming the social gathering place for the mobile generation. The company operates MeetMe.com and MeetMe apps on iPhone, iPad, and Android in English, Spanish and Portuguese.

Thirty Madison, Inc.

Seed Round in 2017
Thirty Madison, Inc., a digital health company, owns and operates web-based platforms for patients with hair loss, migraines, and other chronic conditions. It offers Keeps, a subscription-based online marketplace for over-the-counter medications for men’s hair loss prevention. The company also provides Cove, an online doctor visit and prescription service to treat migraine. In addition, it offers Evens that helps to treat acid reflux. Thirty Madison, Inc. was incorporated in 2016 and is headquartered in Astoria, New York.

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.

Influitive Corporation

Seed Round in 2012
Influitive is driving the shift from company-centric marketing to advocate marketing. Their advocacy platform and team of experts helps the world’s most successful businesses spark, build and sustain a movement behind their brands with the participation of their greatest marketing asset: their customers. They believe the companies that put their customers at the heart of their marketing — and their business — are the ones that will win.

Beautiful.AI

Series B in 2018
The Beautiful.AI team has spent decades working on presentations—writing them, designing them, and building software to make them. During that time, we’ve watched way too many people bang their heads against the wall trying to turn ideas into visual presentations. And so we decided to do something about it. We believe that the only way to guarantee good presentation design is to build the intelligence of a designer directly into the tool. Thus, Beautiful.AI suggests ways to visualize your ideas and makes it incredibly easy to customize the design. It knows what’s on your slide, what you might add later, and how to adjust the layout when you do. (And we’d like to think it has pretty good taste, too). We are constantly working to make Beautiful.AI better—adding more templates and design options, improving our recommendations, and making it even easier for you to do beautiful work. Whatever it takes to help you inspire more people, close more deals, win more pitches, and get more sleep.

Lookcraft Inc.

Venture Round in 2012
Lookcraft offers an e-commerce platform that enables men to find and buy clothing and accessories form a range of brands. It analyzes its customers’ preferences and offers them with suggestions to choose from. Lookcraft promotes brands such as Nudie Jeans, J Shoes, and San Francisco’s Taylor Stitch. It also offers delivery and return services. Lookcraft was founded by Jamie Quint in 2011. It is based in New York.

CatchFree

Series A in 2011
CatchFree.com makes it easy to find and compare the best free online solutions for your specific need. By organizing feedback from active users, CatchFree helps you assess how each product performs your needed task.

Steno

Seed Round in 2020
Steno Agency, Inc. provides court reporting, legal support, and videography services to law firms. The company provides remote depositions, court reporting, videography, interpreters, and litigation support services. The company also operates an online dashboard to see the jobs ahead and search all previous cases. The company provides DisbursePay, a non-recourse deferred payment process. Steno Agency, Inc. was incorporated in 2018 and is based in Los Angeles, California.

UrbanSitter, Inc.

Seed Round in 2012
UrbanSitter, Inc. operates a childcare marketplace where parents and babysitters meet through shared connections. It is an online resource where parents go to find and book babysitters and nannies recommended by people they know. The company offers its services in San Francisco, New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, Seattle, Washington D.C., Boston, Denver, and San Diego. UrbanSitter, Inc. was founded in 2010 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Upstart Network, Inc.

Series C in 2015
Upstart Network, Inc. develops and operates a peer-to-peer online lending marketplace that serves as a platform for obtaining fixed rate personal loans. Its model considers credit history, education, area of study, and employment history to lend money to borrowers. The company was incorporated in 2012 and is based in San Mateo, California. Upstart Network, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Upstart Holdings, Inc.

turntable.fm

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

Poppin

Series C in 2014
Poppin is a furniture design company that specializes in customization services, space planning services, and installation services. Its service also offers fully customized design solutions for companies, businesses, and organizations. It was founded in 2009 and headquartered in New York, United States.

Flurry, Inc.

Venture Round in 2013
Flurry is an application that provides analytics for businesses to monitor the trends and habits of mobile users across multiple mobile applications. Flurry’s mobile analytics solution enables businesses to understand how consumers interact with their mobile applications. Over 125,000 companies use Flurry’s analytics platform in more than 400,000 applications to measure audience reach, engagement, retention, conversions, revenue, and more. The service is completely free, takes just five minutes for basic integration, and is continuously updated with the industry's advanced features. Flurry Analytics is available for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, HTML5, hybrid apps, mobile/web, Blackberry, and JavaME.

IdeaFlow

Venture Round in 2019
IdeaFlow is a startup from MIT that came out of research working to extend the human mind into the computer. Its core product is a shared brain for organizations, a human-AI hybrid Web platform that enables teams of analysts to collaboratively create, visualize, and analyze networks of information, both manually and by integrating previously stagnant data sources. The company was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in Palo Alto, California.

NeuroVigil

Series B in 2015
NeuroVigil, Inc., a neurodiagnostics company, provides a technology for the automated reading of brain wave data. It offers iBrain, a wireless portable neural monitoring and analytics platform that is used by the pharmaceutical industry, government, and academia to monitor non-invasively and remotely neuropathologies, such as Alzheimer's, autism, depression, epilepsy, Gulf War syndrome, OCD, Parkinson's, PTSD, TBI, and Rett Syndrome. The company’s iBrain is also used to monitor the response of drugs affecting the brain, as well as to restore loss of function, such as communications, including in ALS patients. Its product is used in clinical trials, pathologies, and sleep studies. NeuroVigil, Inc. was founded in 2007 and is based in La Jolla, California.

Karuna Health, Inc.

Seed Round in 2018
Karuna Health, Inc. develops a platform that automates patient care management tasks for hospitals. Its platform enables a health guide, such as reminding to go to an appointment; allows a patient to communicate with the care manager; collects health status information from a patient; and offers electronic medical record systems and lets users schedule appointments, organize transportation, and repeat messages to patients automatically. Karuna Health, Inc. was incorporated in 2018 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Docracy

Seed Round in 2011
Docracy Inc. owns and operates an open source website that allows its users to access legal documents, such as contracts, non-disclosure agreements (NDAs), wills, and trusts. Additionally, the company's website help startups and individuals to compare their legal documents against the trusted documents available online. The company was incorporated in 2011 and is based in Brooklyn, New York. Docracy Inc. operates as a subsidiary of apilayer GmbH.

Gem

Seed Round in 2015
Gem empowers individuals to take full control of their wealth, to benefit from the value of their own data, and to experience the collective power of the decentralization movement spreading globally today. Gem has been powering this movement through its cryptocurrency wallets and blockchain platform since 2013. Our seasoned team of cryptocurrency software architects and blockchain engineers are building apps for the next generation of consumers, offering easier and more secure ways to participate in the rapidly evolving digital marketplace. Join the movement today at https://gem.co.

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.

Stedi, Inc.

Seed Round in 2017
Stedi, Inc. provide with business 2 business messaging platform for trading. The company provide digital mailbox and platform to do transactions. It provide with services such as tax rate notification, insurance plan description, associated data, air shipment information, name and address lists, business entity filings, air freight details and invoice, property damage report, etc. Stedi, Inc. was founded in 2016 and is based in Boulder, Colorado.

Invite Media

Seed Round in 2008
Invite Media is a stealth mode company located in Philadelphia, PA. They are currently working with a team of Wharton statisticians to develop media buying optimization technology for the display advertising market.

GumGum, Inc.

Series C in 2015
GumGum is a global technology and media company specializing in contextual intelligence. For over a decade, we have applied our proven machine learning expertise to extract value from digital content for the advertising and sports industries. For advertisers, GumGum offers a full suite of pioneering future-proof solutions. The company’s contextual advertising engine, Verity™, comprehends the meaning of text, images and video online, allowing marketers to safely and precisely place ads where people are most engaged. Combining that contextual targeting and brand safety intelligence with proprietary high-impact ad formats, GumGum’s advertising solutions deliver industry leading efficiency, accuracy and performance. GumGum was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in Santa Monica, California.

Axial

Series B in 2014
Axial is a provider of technology-enabled applications and services used to discreetly connect the participants in the private capital markets to discover and execute financial transactions. The company's mission is to connect every private company with the capital necessary to finance or exit its company. The network allows providers of capital to private companies, including lenders, equity investors, and strategic buyers, to find and be found by the right opportunities from the right entrepreneurs and the right bankers at the right time. Advisors and entrepreneurs use Axial to create and manage their company's professional profile, explore and execute financial transactions, and win new business.

Birchbox, Inc.

Series B in 2014
Launched in 2010, Birchbox is the discovery commerce platform redefining the retail process by offering consumers a personalized way to discover, sample, shop, and learn about the best products and brands available. Birchbox members have first-touch experiences with products each month and access to educational content to help them get the most out of their products. Top brands like Kiehl’s, Benefit, Deborah Lippmann, and Stila have partnered with Birchbox.

Squad

Seed Round in 2015
We help Real Estate Teams Convert dropped leads in their CRM into closed homes using artificial intelligence. We qualify, nurture and assist dropped leads to turn them into closed homes by becoming your secret weapon.

Anvyl

Seed Round in 2017
Anvyl is a technology platform that uses data analytics to reinvent supply chain processes, making products better, smarter, and easier. It provides visibility into the manufacturing process and streamlines relationships between reputable brands and world-class manufacturers. It standardizes and automates interactions, negotiates contracts and schedules, tracks production and quality, and provides visual and data updates to ensure on-time delivery. Anvyl's customers include HIMs, Native, S’well, Harry’s, LOLA, and other direct-to-consumer brands. It was founded in 2017 and is headquartered in New York.

Stockwell AI, Inc

Seed Round in 2017
Stockwell AI, Inc retails everyday essentials through automated stores placed in offices, apartments, gyms, and college campuses. The company uses Bodega application to link user’s card and access the items inside the store. It uses computer vision systems and machine learning to recognize the items one takes. Stockwell AI, Inc was formerly known as Bodega AI, Inc. and changed its name to Stockwell AI, Inc in July 2018. The company was founded in 2016 and is based in Oakland, California. As of August 13, 2020, Stockwell AI, Inc operates as a subsidiary of 365 Retail Markets, LLC.

Instrumental, Inc.

Series B in 2020
Instrumental is building software that enables assembly lines to autonomously operate, learn, and adapt parts and processes - saving billions of dollars in scrap and rework costs. Their customers use Instrumental to find and fix issues on their assembly lines, preventing development schedule slips and beginning production at higher yields. Their equipment and data service is deployed on multiple global assembly lines at top-tier manufacturers. Instrumental was founded by Anna-Katrina Shedletsky and Samuel Weiss, two former Apple engineers who, after spending hundreds of days in China on manufacturing lines, set out to revolutionize the manufacturing space. They are assembling a diverse team who sees inefficiencies as opportunities and want to develop a system that changes the manufacturing world for the better.

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.

June

Series A in 2015
June pioneered the smart oven market in 2016 with the introduction of the world’s first and only smart countertop convection oven. June’s mission is to use the power of technology to make cooking perfectly easy for everyone. Through elegant design and unprecedented performance, the June Oven delivers the best possible cooking experience for everyone. The June Oven is seven appliances in one - it ​air fries, slow cooks, roasts, broils, bakes, dehydrates, toasts, reheats and keeps warm. This do-it-all oven clears kitchen clutter and saves you money. Our team of designers, hardware and software engineers is committed to transforming the kitchen experience. For more information, visit www.juneoven.com or connect with June on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Smartling

Series D in 2014
Smartling uses technology to transform the way content is created and consumed around the world. Smartling’s solution helps brands to access new markets, more customers and greater value. The Translation Management Platform allows ambitious brands to achieve a more dominant global position. Smartling enables brands such as British Airways, InterContinental Hotels Group, Uber, AdRoll, Shinola, Spotify, Pinterest, Hasbro and SurveyMonkey to provide truly native brand experiences. Smartling is headquartered in NYC with over 100 employees.

TalentBin

Seed Round in 2010
TalentBin operates a talent search engine that allows technical recruiters and hiring managers to find passive candidates. The company’s platform allows recruiters to access a candidate database; candidate information such as candidates’ professional and personal interests; personal email addresses and social communication channels; and organizational tools with notes, stages, tasks, and reminders. TalentBin was incorporated in 2011 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Lob

Series B in 2017
Lob automates direct mail for modern businesses. More than 7,000 companies use Lob’s APIs to move faster and create new growth opportunities. Lob’s APIs dramatically reduce mail processing time, reclaiming thousands of hours and improving data quality. One in four households in the U.S. have received mail generated through Lob’s platform. Headquartered in San Francisco, Lob is backed by leading investors including Y Combinator, First Round Capital and Polaris Partners.

Relay Network, LLC

Series A in 2014
Relay Network, LLC operates as a technology company that connects brands to their customers on a private messaging application. It sends messages on behalf of businesses; and let the customers opt in to receive messages on behalf of their service providers. The company serves healthcare, financial services, insurance, cable, energy, travel, and hospitality industries. Relay Network, LLC was incorporated in 2009 and is based in Radnor, Pennsylvania.

Sift Science

Series A in 2013
Sift prevents fraud with industry-leading technology and expertise, an unrivaled global data network, and a commitment to building long-term partnerships with our customers. Twitter, Airbnb, and Twilio rely on Sift to stay competitive and secure. Sift is known in digital trust and safety, empowering companies of all sizes to unlock revenue without risk.

Sproutling, Inc.

Venture Round in 2015
Sproutling, Inc. designs and builds smart products for baby monitoring. It offers baby wearable devices that monitor heart rate, motion, and position of babies; and enable users to get insights into the baby’s sleep patterns and environment to learn how to help them sleep better. The company also publishes a magazine. It serves parents and their families. The company was incorporated in 2012 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of January 29, 2016, Sproutling, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Mattel, Inc.

TechForward

Debt Financing in 2009
TechForward gives customers the flexibility to upgrade their computers and electronics more affordably, easily, and responsibly. Our Guaranteed Buyback® Plans take the uncertainty out of upgrading by guaranteeing future trade-in values for devices at the point and time of sale, by making the trade-in process easy, and by reusing or recycling returned devices. TechForward, Inc. is a privately-held company based in Los Angeles.

Dishcraft Robotics

Series A in 2020
Dishcraft Robotics, Inc. develops and manufactures robots for commercial kitchens. The company through its system cleans each dish individually using a rotating scrubber head and inspects each dish in a fraction of a second for remaining food residue using computer vision. Its solution Dishcraft Daily provides clean-dish dishwashing services. It serves corporate kitchens and restaurants. Dishcraft Robotics, Inc. was formerly known as Bistro Technologies, Inc. and changed its name to Dishcraft Robotics, Inc. in March 2016. The company was incorporated in 2015 and is based in San Carlos, California.

NimbleRx

Series A in 2015
Provider of on demand drug delivery platform intended to create a better experience for patients at a lower price. Nimble partners with pharmacies nationwide to provide prescription delivery, as well as a mobile app for patients to manage and review prescriptions/orders from their phone.

Sano

Seed Round in 2013
Sano is building a small, wearable sensor that can capture and transmit blood chemistry data continuously to virtually any device. The company will liberate this data to a third-party development and analytical platform called the API for the bloodstream.

Mint

Angel Round in 2006
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.

BigSwerve

Seed Round in 2007
BigSwerve serves as a search aggregator for blog comments, which are often omitted in blog searches and roundups. BigSwerve's crawler aggregates comments, allowing users to follow the comments for a given person and discover new content by seeing where other people are engaged. Since their founding in 2006, the company has received less than $1,000,000 of investment from First Round Capital.

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.

Lygos

Series A in 2016
Lygos is providing biotechnology solutions for today’s renewable chemical challenges. They engineer microbes to convert sugars into high-value, industrial chemicals, targeting compounds where biological production is cost-advantaged over petrochemical production. The company's throughput screening and strain construction facilitate the rapid optimization of pathways to convert cheap and renewable feedstock to high-value chemicals. Founded in 2011, Lygos is headquartered in Berkeley, California.

AppFog

Series B in 2011
AppFog is a Platform-as-a-Service system for public clouds. This PaaS supports technology such as Java, Python, PHP, Ruby, MySQL, and more; and enables users to get add-ons and choose cross-cloud infrastructure such as CenturyLink Cloud, AWS US, AWS Europe, and AWS Asia.

Outlier

Series A in 2018
Outlier AI, Inc. operates an automated business analysis platform that provides insights based on data for consumer, financial services, and life sciences organizations globally. It offers Outlier, an analytical solution that enable businesses to make decisions; and monitors the business data and notifies when unexpected changes occur. The company serves consumer packaged goods, ecommerce and retail, and pharmaceutical industries. Outlier AI, Inc. was founded in 2015 and is based in Oakland, California.

Axial

Series C in 2016
Axial is a provider of technology-enabled applications and services used to discreetly connect the participants in the private capital markets to discover and execute financial transactions. The company's mission is to connect every private company with the capital necessary to finance or exit its company. The network allows providers of capital to private companies, including lenders, equity investors, and strategic buyers, to find and be found by the right opportunities from the right entrepreneurs and the right bankers at the right time. Advisors and entrepreneurs use Axial to create and manage their company's professional profile, explore and execute financial transactions, and win new business.

Artillery

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

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.

Knewton, Inc.

Series A in 2008
Knewton's mission is to personalize learning for the world. Teachers, schools, and education companies around the world use Knewton to power digital course materials that dynamically adapt to each student’s unique needs. Knewton provides students with tailored recommendations for exactly what to study, teachers with analytics to better support each student, and publishers with content insights to develop more effective digital products. Knewton was founded in 2008 and has offices in New York City, London, Tokyo, Singapore, and Dubai. Knewton has been recognized globally as a “Technology Pioneer” (World Economic Forum in Davos) and several times as one of the top 10 most innovative companies in education (Fast Company).

TechForward

Series B in 2009
TechForward gives customers the flexibility to upgrade their computers and electronics more affordably, easily, and responsibly. Our Guaranteed Buyback® Plans take the uncertainty out of upgrading by guaranteeing future trade-in values for devices at the point and time of sale, by making the trade-in process easy, and by reusing or recycling returned devices. TechForward, Inc. is a privately-held company based in Los Angeles.

Amino Payments

Seed Round in 2017
Amino is a payments company that combines technologies from blockchain, payments, and advertising to bring transparency to online advertising. With a founding team comprised of co-founders of Integral Ad Science, Monetate, and Sailthru, Amino lifts the shroud from the media supply chain and eliminates fraud, waste, and abuse, making the entire industry more transparent and cost-effective.

Whisper.ai, Inc.

Series B in 2020
Whisper develops AI-enabled, updateable hearing aids for people with hearing loss. Whisper’s Hearing System is linked to a phone, allowing updates to features such as its Sound Separation Engine, which use AI algorithms to optimize sound in different environments. The Whisper Hearing System has earpieces like a traditional hearing aid, and it has a pocket-sized power and intelligence of the Whisper Brain, which the company says, works wirelessly with the earpieces to enable a proprietary AI-based sound separation engine.

CustomMade

Series A in 2011
CustomMade is an online marketplace connecting Buyers who want one-of-a-kind creations with professional and passionate Makers of those goods. Born in 1996 with the vision to help people find the unique gifts, objects and goods they cannot find through traditional retail channels, CustomMade has grown from a community of 350 carpenters to more than 12,000 Makers of all trades since its acquisition in 2009. For more information, visit www.custommade.com, Facebook, Linkedin, +CustomMade, @CustomMade.

SmartBiz, Inc.

Series C in 2013
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.

RenoFi

Series A in 2020
RenoFi Loans use the after renovation value instead of your home's current value, enabling you to borrow the most money at the lowest rates. RenoFi is not a lender, rather we’ve partnered with lenders who offer RenoFi Loans. These lenders leverage RenoFi's technology platform to seamlessly offer RenoFi Loans.

Shipwell, Inc.

Seed Round in 2017
Shipwell, Inc. develops software for securing and managing truckload and less-than-truckload jobs for carriers. It offers Shipwell, a cloud-based transportation management system that helps users to optimize and automate their supply chain. The company’s software is also used to manage LTL freight, FTL freight, ELD integrations, e-commerce, drayage freight, and parcel shipping. It serves shippers, 3PLs, and carrier networks. Shipwell, Inc. was formerly known as OtterLogic, Inc. The company was incorporated in 2016 and is based in Austin, Texas.

Range

Seed Round in 2020
Range Labs Inc. develops software solutions. It offers Range, a set of tools that keep the team in sync; plan and control the schedules; build a log of the personal accomplishments; see all the tasks in one place; bring GitHub, Jira, Asana, Google Docs, Calendar, and others together; stay in sync with check-ins, objectives, flags, and others; and raise a flag to notify teammates. The company serves individuals, managers, organizations, engineering teams, distributed teams, and design teams. Range Labs Inc. was founded in 2017 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Wikia

Series A in 2006
FANDOM is a global entertainment media brand powered by fan passion. The fan-trusted source in entertainment, it provides a home to explore, contribute to, and celebrate the world of pop culture. Whether looking for in-depth information on favorite fandoms or what’s buzzing in entertainment, FANDOM has your pop culture curiosities covered through fan-expert knowledge and carefully curated and fun, original multi-platform content.

Wonder

Convertible Note in 2014
Wonder is a research service that provides access to the intellect and fact-finding skills of a distributed network of researchers around the world. It enables anyone, from individuals up to Fortune 500s, to access knowledge when they need it most. Wonder was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in New York.

Dishcraft Robotics

Series A in 2019
Dishcraft Robotics, Inc. develops and manufactures robots for commercial kitchens. The company through its system cleans each dish individually using a rotating scrubber head and inspects each dish in a fraction of a second for remaining food residue using computer vision. Its solution Dishcraft Daily provides clean-dish dishwashing services. It serves corporate kitchens and restaurants. Dishcraft Robotics, Inc. was formerly known as Bistro Technologies, Inc. and changed its name to Dishcraft Robotics, Inc. in March 2016. The company was incorporated in 2015 and is based in San Carlos, California.

Flurry, Inc.

Series D in 2013
Flurry is an application that provides analytics for businesses to monitor the trends and habits of mobile users across multiple mobile applications. Flurry’s mobile analytics solution enables businesses to understand how consumers interact with their mobile applications. Over 125,000 companies use Flurry’s analytics platform in more than 400,000 applications to measure audience reach, engagement, retention, conversions, revenue, and more. The service is completely free, takes just five minutes for basic integration, and is continuously updated with the industry's advanced features. Flurry Analytics is available for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, HTML5, hybrid apps, mobile/web, Blackberry, and JavaME.

Knewton, Inc.

Venture Round in 2018
Knewton's mission is to personalize learning for the world. Teachers, schools, and education companies around the world use Knewton to power digital course materials that dynamically adapt to each student’s unique needs. Knewton provides students with tailored recommendations for exactly what to study, teachers with analytics to better support each student, and publishers with content insights to develop more effective digital products. Knewton was founded in 2008 and has offices in New York City, London, Tokyo, Singapore, and Dubai. Knewton has been recognized globally as a “Technology Pioneer” (World Economic Forum in Davos) and several times as one of the top 10 most innovative companies in education (Fast Company).

Knewton, Inc.

Series B in 2009
Knewton's mission is to personalize learning for the world. Teachers, schools, and education companies around the world use Knewton to power digital course materials that dynamically adapt to each student’s unique needs. Knewton provides students with tailored recommendations for exactly what to study, teachers with analytics to better support each student, and publishers with content insights to develop more effective digital products. Knewton was founded in 2008 and has offices in New York City, London, Tokyo, Singapore, and Dubai. Knewton has been recognized globally as a “Technology Pioneer” (World Economic Forum in Davos) and several times as one of the top 10 most innovative companies in education (Fast Company).

Persona

Series A in 2020
Persona enables business to verify customer identities that brings trust to online interactions and help them with age verification, fraud prevention, and account recovery. It offers a comprehensive suite of automated identity verification components with worldwide coverage that can be configured, branded, and themed to create custom-tailored flows that cover any use case. It handles complex collecting, verifying, and managing sensitive personal information to stay focused on building products. Persona was founded in 2018 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Pikum

Series A in 2008
Backed by First Round Capital and Virgin, Pikum is a new kind of betting game created and played between friends online. It can be played for fun, or where possible, money. It's simple, social, fun, and hopes to capitalize on people's love of predicting, debating, and bragging when they're right.

Nomad Health

Series B in 2018
Nomad Health, Inc. operates an online marketplace that enables users to find freelance and permanent clinical work in the United States. Its market place enables doctors to search for jobs by location, pay rate, medical facility, and more; and healthcare facilities to find doctors. The company was incorporated in 2015 and is based in New York, New York.

Labelbox, Inc.

Series A in 2019
Labelbox is a collaborative training data platform for machine learning applications. Rather than requiring companies to build their own expensive and incomplete homegrown tools to create or manage training data, Labelbox created the world’s first training data platform that acts as a central hub for data science teams to create and manage training data with internal or external labeling teams. Better ways to input and manage data means higher quality training data and more accurate machine-learning models.

ScanScout

Series B in 2009
ScanScout is the market-leading online video advertising network. The company partners with major advertisers and publishers to maximize video advertising opportunities. ScanScout creates a new significant revenue stream for publishers, helping them to extract the most value out of their video content and monetize it in a user-friendly manner. For advertisers, ScanScout provides the ability to target, optimize and deliver ad messages to the right content and audience, maximizing user engagement. ScanScout is one of the largest online video networks on the web, serving hundreds of millions of ad impressions every month. The company is headquartered in Boston with offices in New York and Los Angeles.

Smartling

Series C in 2013
Smartling uses technology to transform the way content is created and consumed around the world. Smartling’s solution helps brands to access new markets, more customers and greater value. The Translation Management Platform allows ambitious brands to achieve a more dominant global position. Smartling enables brands such as British Airways, InterContinental Hotels Group, Uber, AdRoll, Shinola, Spotify, Pinterest, Hasbro and SurveyMonkey to provide truly native brand experiences. Smartling is headquartered in NYC with over 100 employees.

Velano Vascular

Series B in 2017
Velano Vascular's technologies transform care by reducing the stress and anxiety related to blood draws during hospitalization. The company's needle-free device reduces pain and discomfort for patients, and enhances safety and efficiency for providers. Founded by a patient and a physician, Velano Vascular is backed by First Round Capital, Kapor Capital and White Owl Capital. The company’s collaborators include leading U.S. hospital systems and organizations innovating in patient-centered care.

Manifest

Seed Round in 2012
Manifest is a product ads platform that helps retailers realize the potential of their catalogs by determining which products to promote across Facebook, Google and others. Customers have used Manifest to optimize over 14 million products in 4 billion ads and have generated over $70 million in ROI-positive revenue. Beyond retargeting, Manifest's Matching Engine helps retailers prospect for new customers as well as activate and re-engage existing customers by exposing them to products they have not yet discovered. Top retailers including Neiman Marcus, Gilt, One Kings Lane and LivingSocial use Manifest, which is backed by investment from First Round Capital, Softtech VC, Cowboy Ventures, and others.

Edify Labs, Inc.

Seed Round in 2019
Edify is a communications platform with the goal of strengthening connections with customers and across teams. The company provides customizable contact centers, omnichannel business communications, integration to Salesforce and Zendesk, enabling improved business communication for almost all businesses, both internally and with customers.

EAT Club

Series A in 2013
EAT Club is a food technology company that's democratizing good food. Office workers can order lunch from great local restaurants via mobile or web and get it delivered by 12:30pm. Meals start at $8.95, and there are no minimum orders or additional tips or fees. EAT Club is based in Palo Alto and currently serves most of Silicon Valley.

Attributor

Series B in 2006
Attributor Corporation provides online book protection services. It offers Digimarc Guardian solution that discovers and validates pirated content on cyberlockers, peer to peer networks, and other offending sites, as well as initiates and manages an integrated takedown process. When Guardian finds a use that is not permitted, the hosting site is alerted and receives a range of alternatives, including an option to switch to authorized content, a licensing request, or ultimately a DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act) takedown notice. Attributor also provides an analytics platform that identifies and analyzes a variety of data that illuminates when, how and where digital content is being consumed.

Mint

Series C in 2009
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.

PullString

Series A in 2011
PullString, Inc., an entertainment and technology company, develops an interactive application that enables computer conversation with characters. The company focuses on content authoring software and artificial intelligence platform that enables to create conversations with digital and physical characters. It produces conversation-based narrative game for play on Facebook Messenger; entertainment applications that enable kids to have real conversations with various fun and quirky characters; and PullString platform to create computer conversation. The company also produces conversational experiences for various characters. PullString, Inc. was formerly known as ToyTalk, Inc. and changed its name to PullString, Inc. in April 2016. The company was incorporated in 2011 and is based in San Francisco, California.

MeetMe

Series B in 2008
MeetMe® (formerly MyYearbook) is the leading social network for meeting new people in the US and the public market leader for social discovery (NYSE MKT: MEET). MeetMe makes meeting new people fun through social games and apps, monetized by both advertising and virtual currency. With 60% of traffic coming from mobile, MeetMe is fast becoming the social gathering place for the mobile generation. The company operates MeetMe.com and MeetMe apps on iPhone, iPad, and Android in English, Spanish and Portuguese.

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.

Vital

Seed Round in 2019
Vital Software Inc. develops cloud-based emergency department software for hospitals and patients. Its software enables clinicians to reduce time on EHRs; optimizing flow with artificial intelligence; and integrated IT solutions. The company was founded in 2017 and is based in Atlanta, Georgia.

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.

Kandji, Inc.

Seed Round in 2019
Kandji, Inc. provides a cloud-based software that offer customizable security, compliance, and reporting solutions for Mac computers. It offers Kandji, a software that allows users to configure and enforce macOS security parameters; and monitor and auto-remediate. Kandji, Inc. was formerly known as Kandji LLC. The company was incorporated in 2018 and is based in San Diego, California.

Flatiron Health

Series B in 2014
Flatiron Health is a healthcare technology and services company focused on accelerating cancer research and improving patient care. Our platform enables cancer researchers and care providers to learn from the experience of every patient. Currently, Flatiron partners with over 280 community cancer practices, seven major academic research centers and over 15 of the top therapeutic oncology companies.

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.

Level

Seed Round in 2018
Level is the modern dental plan for employers.

Caper

Series A in 2019
Caper (caper.ai) focuses on compacting Amazon-Go's technology (image recognition, sensor fusion and artificial intelligence) into a smart shopping cart, allowing each shopper to throw her groceries into the cart and self-checkout without cashiers. The technology is looking to fundamentally transform physical retail and rapidly scale into existing grocery stores.

SinglePlatform

Seed Round in 2010
SinglePlatform, LLC offers local listing enhancement services that help small businesses to get discovered by consumers searching online. It allows local businesses to manage and update local business information in top sites and applications. SinglePlatform, LLC has a strategic partnership with Belly Inc. The company was founded in 2009 and is based in New York, New York. SinglePlatform, LLC operates as a subsidiary of Constant Contact, Inc.

Elicit, Inc.

Series A in 2011
Elicit, Inc. operates as an Internet SaaS software company that transforms on-site search into branding and conversion tool on the Web. It enables marketers and retailers to curate search results by aligning brand story, marketing calendar, promotional initiatives, and eBusiness objectives. The company was formerly known as Elevation, Inc. and changed its name to Elicit, Inc. in August 2011. Elicit, Inc. was incorporated in 2011 and is based in Chicago, Illinois.

Airware

Venture Round in 2017
Airware is an enterprise drone analytics company enabling enterprises to harness aerial data and turn it into valuable business insights that can be shared and acted on across sites, teams, and geographies. Our solutions enable enterprises to reinvent their organizations for the digital era by translating aerial data into business impact. Drones are enabling companies to more efficiently and effectively capture data, and Airware allows enterprises to integrate this data with existing information and workflows to improve efficiency, productivity, and safety. Airware provides aerial insights drone solutions for insurance, mining, construction, and aggregates.

Gumroad

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

CustomMade

Series B in 2012
CustomMade is an online marketplace connecting Buyers who want one-of-a-kind creations with professional and passionate Makers of those goods. Born in 1996 with the vision to help people find the unique gifts, objects and goods they cannot find through traditional retail channels, CustomMade has grown from a community of 350 carpenters to more than 12,000 Makers of all trades since its acquisition in 2009. For more information, visit www.custommade.com, Facebook, Linkedin, +CustomMade, @CustomMade.

Upserve, Inc.

Angel Round in 2009
A restaurant management platform designed to make restaurants run smoother operations and exceed guest expectations

Twenty20

Seed Round in 2012
Twenty20 provides a modern, real-world alternative to traditional stock photography. In the era of Instagram and the iPhone, stock photos can feel staged and uninspired. Twenty20 provides fresh, inspiring photography supplied by a global contributor community of ~ 250,000 mobile photographers. All imagery is available via a simple, royalty-free license.

PullString

Series D in 2016
PullString, Inc., an entertainment and technology company, develops an interactive application that enables computer conversation with characters. The company focuses on content authoring software and artificial intelligence platform that enables to create conversations with digital and physical characters. It produces conversation-based narrative game for play on Facebook Messenger; entertainment applications that enable kids to have real conversations with various fun and quirky characters; and PullString platform to create computer conversation. The company also produces conversational experiences for various characters. PullString, Inc. was formerly known as ToyTalk, Inc. and changed its name to PullString, Inc. in April 2016. The company was incorporated in 2011 and is based in San Francisco, California.

StumbleUpon

Seed Round in 2005
StumbleUpon is the easiest way to discover new and interesting things from across the Web. More than 25 million people turn to StumbleUpon to be informed, entertained and surprised by content and information recommended just for them. In addition, more than 80,000 brands, publishers and other marketers have used StumbleUpon’s Paid Discovery platform to tell their stories and promote their products and services. Explore more at www.stumbleupon.com.

Complex Polygon

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

Yapta, Inc.

Series C in 2009
Yapta is a travel Website and browser add-on that lets you track flight prices as they change and alerts you when the price for a particular flight drops. It also helps you get a refund or credit from airlines with guaranteed low-price policies. The company also provides real-time price tracking of airfares and hotel rates across the globe via FareIQ and RoomIQ. Yapta was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in Seattle, Washington, United States.

The Climate Corporation

Series A in 2007
The Climate Corporation (formerly WeatherBill) aims to help farmers around the world protect and improve their farming operations with uniquely powerful software, hardware and insurance products. The company’s proprietary Climate Technology Platform combines hyper-local weather monitoring, agronomic modeling, and high-resolution weather simulations to deliver Climate Basic and Climate Pro, mobile SaaS solutions that helps farmers improve profitability by making better informed operating and financing decisions.

Promise

Seed Round in 2018
Promise Network Inc. develops an application platform that provides an evidence-based program offering holistic support for participants, reducing recidivism, and forging safer communities. Its application provides services, including intake and assessment, which includes assess risks and needs, develop care plan, care kit, and view progress; ongoing support, which includes care team communication, service coordination, calendar and reminders, and proof of attendance; supervision and oversight, which includes total transparency, dashboard and analytics, reports for court, and electronic monitoring. The company was founded in 2017 and is based in Oakland, California.

Reverie Labs

Series A in 2021
Reverie Labs uses machine learning algorithms to predict the bio physicochemical properties of drug candidates for pharmaceutical companies. The company accelerates the preclinical development by applying machine learning to lead generation and optimization. It develops structure-based predictive models for potency of small molecules. It also develops a multi-objective molecular optimizer that applies algorithms to conceive new molecules that maintains potency and synthesizability. It prioritizes and optimizes molecules so they can go to animal and human clinical trials more quickly. The company is based in Boston, Massachusetts.

Plastic Jungle

Series B in 2010
Plastic Jungle (www.plasticjungle.com) is the web's largest secured gift card exchange, giving consumers the choice and flexibility to convert their gift cards into other forms of spending power including cash, online balances to use for purchases at the millions of merchants that accept PayPal, Facebook Credits, and more and to stretch their shopping dollars at their favorite merchants. Plastic Jungle's patent-pending marketplace and payment applications aim to safely unlock the estimated $30 billion in unredeemed gift cards trapped in the economy for the benefit of consumers and merchants alike. Based in San Jose, California, the company is privately held, with venture backing from Shasta Ventures, Redpoint Ventures, Jafco Ventures, First Round Capital, Bay Partners, Harrison Metal and Western Technology Investment.

Backupify

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

Authernative, Inc.

Series A in 2006
Authernative, Inc. develops, markets, and sells enterprise and consumer level security solutions for enterprises, government agencies, online service providers, and consumers in the United States and internationally. The company offers authentication, authorization, administration, auditing, encryption, and single sign-on solutions. Its products include AuthGuard, a user authentication server to secure access to networks, extranets, portals, applications, data, transactions, and devices; and PassEnabler, an authorization, administration, and auditing engine, which allows Web-based single sign-on access for users. The company's products are used to prevent unauthorized access to confidential data, protected resources, and financial transactions, as well as allow organizations to provide, deploy, and manage user authentication for enabling e-commerce, e-government, and regulatory compliance. It serves clients in various industries, including financial services and banking, healthcare, e-business/on-demand/Web2.0, enterprise, education, e-government, and retail, as well as small and medium businesses, financial institutions, and insurance companies. The company was founded in 2000 as Authenture, Inc. and changed its name to Authernative, Inc. in 2005. Authernative, Inc. is based in Redwood City, California.

Anomalo

Seed Round in 2020
Anomalo allows users to continuously inspect and validate the data coming into their warehouses.

RebelMouse

Seed Round in 2012
RebelMouse, Inc. is a social media aggregator platform. The platform allows users to aggregate their social sharing, write posts, and offers analytics to see how their content is being shared and consumed. It provides Distributed Content Management System (DCMS) for social publishing. The company was founded in 2012 and is based in New York, New York.

SAY Media

Series D in 2007
Say Media is a digital publishing company. Through its award-winning Tempest publishing platform and media services, Say Media enables its portfolio of independent content creators to build passionate communities around key consumer interest areas such as Style, Living, Food and Tech. The company provides simple and accountable ways for the world’s top brands to engage with these passionate audiences, at scale, with a reach of more than 400 million people around the world. Say Media is headquartered in San Francisco and New York, with offices across North America, in the UK and Australia.

Persona

Venture Round in 2018
Persona enables business to verify customer identities that brings trust to online interactions and help them with age verification, fraud prevention, and account recovery. It offers a comprehensive suite of automated identity verification components with worldwide coverage that can be configured, branded, and themed to create custom-tailored flows that cover any use case. It handles complex collecting, verifying, and managing sensitive personal information to stay focused on building products. Persona was founded in 2018 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Homejoy, Inc.

Series A in 2013
Homejoy believes everyone deserves a happy home. With just a few clicks, Homejoy’s online platform will match you with a screened, background-checked and certified professional cleaner who maintains high customer ratings. And at $20/hour, Homejoy makes a sparkling home an affordable reality for everyone. Founded in 2010 by brother-sister duo Aaron and Adora Cheung, the San Francisco-based company serves 31 markets in North America and growing. For additional information on Homejoy, please visit www.homejoy.com/about or www.homejoy.com/press.

DoubleVerify

Series C in 2011
DoubleVerify provides online media verification and campaign effectiveness solutions for brand marketers, agencies, advertising networks, demand side platforms, exchanges and digital publishers looking to ensure quality advertising environments, campaign transparency and performance. DoubleVerify validates over 60 billion advertising impressions per month for hundreds of Fortune 500 brands, advertising networks and media platforms. Headquartered in New York City, DoubleVerify’s investors include JMI Equity, Institutional Venture Partners, Blumberg Capital, First Round Capital and Genacast Ventures.

GiveForward Inc.

Series A in 2012
GiveForward Inc. owns and operates a Website that provides personalized fundraising Webpages to raise money for loved ones during times of need. It offers GiveForward, a fundraising support system that provides online fundraising pages, allowing friends and family to raise money directly for a loved one when they need it the most. The company helps people raise funds online for various things, such as general medical expenses, chemotherapy, transplants, funeral expenses, and disaster-relief. It provides its online fundraising tools to individuals and non-profit organizations. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in Chicago, Illinois. As of March 29, 2017, GiveForward Inc. operates as a subsidiary of YouCaring Dot Com, LLC.

Airware

Series A in 2013
Airware is an enterprise drone analytics company enabling enterprises to harness aerial data and turn it into valuable business insights that can be shared and acted on across sites, teams, and geographies. Our solutions enable enterprises to reinvent their organizations for the digital era by translating aerial data into business impact. Drones are enabling companies to more efficiently and effectively capture data, and Airware allows enterprises to integrate this data with existing information and workflows to improve efficiency, productivity, and safety. Airware provides aerial insights drone solutions for insurance, mining, construction, and aggregates.

Apps & Zerts

Seed Round in 2013
Apps & Zerts is Creators of Schema App powerful tool language search faster and more accurately create develop the structure.

Massdrop

Series B in 2015
Drop is a product company that uniquely uses data and insights from enthusiasts to create and curate innovative products that fuel passion. With new, diverse products featured every day, Drop empowers people across the globe to find and follow their interests, learn, share, shop, and participate in product development. Popular Drop categories include audio, tech, apparel, outdoors, and cooking. Founded in 2012, Drop is home to 7 million members. Drop is available on Drop.com and the Drop app.

SAY Media

Series D in 2007
Say Media is a digital publishing company. Through its award-winning Tempest publishing platform and media services, Say Media enables its portfolio of independent content creators to build passionate communities around key consumer interest areas such as Style, Living, Food and Tech. The company provides simple and accountable ways for the world’s top brands to engage with these passionate audiences, at scale, with a reach of more than 400 million people around the world. Say Media is headquartered in San Francisco and New York, with offices across North America, in the UK and Australia.

eero

Series B in 2016
eero inc. develops Wi-Fi systems for homes. It offers eero, a Wi-Fi system that enables users to download the app and plug into their existing cable or DSL modem. The company also offers power over Ethernet (PoE+) adapter and mount; and a remote network management tool. eero inc. was incorporated in 2014 and is based in Sacramento, California. As of March 12, 2019, eero inc. operates as a subsidiary of Amazon.com, Inc.

AltSchool Inc.

Seed Round in 2013
AltSchool is an interdisciplinary team of educators, technologists and entrepreneurs building a network of schools that prepare students for our changing world. Each individual school is able to adapt to the needs of students, families and the surrounding community; the larger network connects everyone together and enables a far greater impact in our efforts to improve education. Underlying it all is a platform and curriculum that is personalized to each individual child.

Sherpaa, Inc.

Venture Round in 2015
Sherpaa was co-founded by Dr. Jay Parkinson MD, MPH, trained in pediatrics and preventive medicine at St. Vincent’s and Johns Hopkins. He’s given talks for TED and The Clinton Global Initiative. He’s been referred to as “The Doctor of the Future”. Cheryl Swirnow, Sherpaa’s co-founder, graduated from Cornell’s Hotel School with a concentration in HR. With fifteen years' experience in Human Resources, she has worked for the likes of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Quintessentially, Nike, The Barbarian Group and Rent the Runway.

Flexport

Series B in 2016
Flexport is a licensed customs brokerage and freight forwarder built around a modern web application. Its freight service includes an online dashboard for businesses to easily understand, purchase, manage, and track the services required for global trade. Its team of logistics experts lets focus on core business by ensuring goods arrive at fulfillment/distribution centers on time and at the lowest cost. Flexport's mission is to fix the user experience in global trade and bring the world free trade through technology. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California.

MissionU

Seed Round in 2016
MissionU is a college alternative that gives students the skills and experience needed to succeed in today’s competitive working world while allowing them to graduate debt-free with no upfront tuition. Led by Pencils of Promise founder Adam Braun, who created the company with co-founder and Chief Product Officer Mike Adams, MissionU is the only program that combines general education with specialized skills training to prepare individuals for real-world jobs. By employing an income-share agreement model, MissionU only requires students to pay once they are earning $50,000 or more, during which they pay 15% of their income for three years back to the company.

Massdrop

Seed Round in 2013
Drop is a product company that uniquely uses data and insights from enthusiasts to create and curate innovative products that fuel passion. With new, diverse products featured every day, Drop empowers people across the globe to find and follow their interests, learn, share, shop, and participate in product development. Popular Drop categories include audio, tech, apparel, outdoors, and cooking. Founded in 2012, Drop is home to 7 million members. Drop is available on Drop.com and the Drop app.

Agari Data, Inc.

Series E in 2018
Agari is the Trusted Email Identity Company™, protecting brands and people from devastating phishing and socially-engineered attacks. Using applied data science and a diverse set of signals, Agari protects the workforce from inbound business email compromise, supply chain fraud, spear phishing, and account takeover-based attacks, reducing business risk and restoring trust to the inbox. Agari also prevents spoofing of outbound email from the enterprise to customers, increasing deliverability and preserving brand integrity.

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.

Outlier

Venture Round in 2017
Outlier AI, Inc. operates an automated business analysis platform that provides insights based on data for consumer, financial services, and life sciences organizations globally. It offers Outlier, an analytical solution that enable businesses to make decisions; and monitors the business data and notifies when unexpected changes occur. The company serves consumer packaged goods, ecommerce and retail, and pharmaceutical industries. Outlier AI, Inc. was founded in 2015 and is based in Oakland, California.

Augury

Series A in 2015
Augury is building the machine diagnostics back-end of the Internet-of-Things. Augury's platform automatically diagnoses machines based on the sounds that they make. This is achieved by connecting vibration and ultrasonic sensors to smartphones and pairing them with machine learning algorithms. Augury is in on-going pilots with the largest HVAC service companies and is pursuing its vision to be inside everything that has moving parts.

Kentik Technologies, Inc.

Seed Round in 2014
Kentik is a network intelligence platform that provides visibility, performance, and security services to digital enterprises. It helps businesses eliminate the visibility and intelligence gaps associated with running dynamic and complex networks and achieve greater network performance, reliability, and security. It was founded in 2014 and headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Grokker Inc.

Series A in 2014
Grokker takes the work out of workplace wellness with an easy-to-implement, holistic, and cost-effective program. With over 3,700 exercise, mindfulness, nutrition, finance, and sleep videos from 5 to 50 minutes, more than 130 master experts to choose from, and a supportive community to connect employees across locations, Grokker’s patented program delivers results.

Against Gravity

Series B in 2019
Rec Room is an augmented and virtual reality software company that operates in the technology industry. They share a passion for VR, AR, social, and multiplayer experiences. The company was founded in on April 1, 2016, and is headquartered in Seattle, Washington, USA.

Kairos4

Series A in 2015
Koru is a developer of a predictive recruitment processing platform used to transform the process of talent recruitment. The company's predictive hiring software gauges performance of the applicants before hiring them using signals far more indicative of early career success than the traditional GPA and college brand. Their main differentiator is that they have identified and can measure the skills that are most predictive of workplace performance in today’s innovative employers: Grit, Rigor, Impact, Teamwork, Curiosity, Ownership, and Polish - collectively the Koru7. Koru customers increase the performance and ramp to the productivity of their early career workforce, increase diversity, and reduce the cost of bad hires. Their customers have seen 30-60% increases in high performing hires using Koru, with associated ROI in the millions per year.

ScanScout

Series A in 2006
ScanScout is the market-leading online video advertising network. The company partners with major advertisers and publishers to maximize video advertising opportunities. ScanScout creates a new significant revenue stream for publishers, helping them to extract the most value out of their video content and monetize it in a user-friendly manner. For advertisers, ScanScout provides the ability to target, optimize and deliver ad messages to the right content and audience, maximizing user engagement. ScanScout is one of the largest online video networks on the web, serving hundreds of millions of ad impressions every month. The company is headquartered in Boston with offices in New York and Los Angeles.

Roblox Corporation

Series D in 2009
Roblox is an online gaming and entertainment platform for a shared digital experience that brings people together through play. It enables anyone to imagine, create, and have fun with friends as they explore interactive 3D experiences produced by developers using their desktop design tool, Roblox Studio. The company is backed by Altimeter Capital, Dragoneer Investment Group, Investment Group of Santa Barbara, and Warner Music Group. The San Mateo, California-based company was established by Erik Cassel and David Baszucki in 2004.

LendingHome

Series B in 2014
LendingHome offers fix-and-flip bridge loans and rental loans for real estate investors. Its built-from-scratch technology simplifies every stage of the loan process, ensuring easy financing for both novices and experienced real estate investors. LendingHome was established in 2014 by James Herbert and Matt Humphrey in San Francisco, California.

Shipwell, Inc.

Series A in 2018
Shipwell, Inc. develops software for securing and managing truckload and less-than-truckload jobs for carriers. It offers Shipwell, a cloud-based transportation management system that helps users to optimize and automate their supply chain. The company’s software is also used to manage LTL freight, FTL freight, ELD integrations, e-commerce, drayage freight, and parcel shipping. It serves shippers, 3PLs, and carrier networks. Shipwell, Inc. was formerly known as OtterLogic, Inc. The company was incorporated in 2016 and is based in Austin, Texas.

Clara Labs

Series A in 2017
Clara did inventive work on human-in-the-loop NLP systems and built one of the earliest well-loved conversational UX products. In 2019, the business was acquired by TopFunnel (https://topfunnel.co) who continues to operate the service, and Twitter acquired the R&D talent and some IP to apply towards content moderation.

One Kings Lane, Inc.

Venture Round in 2009
One Kings Lane, Inc. operates an online shop for designer, vintage, and home furnishings. The company’s products include furniture, rugs, and art and mirrors, as well as lighting, bed and bath, décor, and kids and baby products. It also offers products through its retail stores in New York and Southampton, New York. The company was founded in 2009 and is based in San Francisco, California with an additional office in New York, New York. As of April 13, 2020, One Kings Lane, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of CSC Generation, Inc.

Planet Labs Inc.

Series B in 2013
Planet Labs, Inc., a space and analytics company, provides information about the changing planet. The company operates a fleet of earth imaging satellites to frequently image the entire planet and provide open access to that information. Planet Labs Inc. was formerly known as Cosmogia, Inc. The company was incorporated in 2010 and is based in San Francisco, California.