Fun SaaS, particularly with a defensible barrier to entry that is technical. Some infrastructure software & hardware. IoT for consumers and enterprises.
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We don't make consumer (B2C) or crypto investments, sorry.
Jonathan Heiliger serves as Partner at Vertex Ventures US. He is a Board Member at LaunchDarkly. Most recently, he was a General Partner with North Bridge Venture Partners, from April 2012 to November 2014. During his tenure, he started the seed practice and led investments in Lytro, Periscope.io, Quora, and Ravel Law. Prior to NBVP, Jonathan worked at Facebook, where he led global infrastructure, site architecture and internal systems as VP Infrastructure & Technical Operations, from 2007 until 2011. During that time Facebook grew from 35 million to over 800 million users. Before that, Jonathan held executive engineering roles at Wal-Mart and Danger (acquired by Microsoft). He also spent several years as Chief Operating Officer for Loudcloud (which became Opsware and was later acquired by HP). Earlier in his career, Jonathan co-founded and was CTO of GlobalCenter, and later founded Global Crossing's venture capital group. Jonathan currently serves on the board of directors of DuPont Fabros (DFT), Jive Software (JIVE), and Webmonsters. He also co-founded Coolan and served as an Advisor.
For Flybridge, I am primarily focused on core B2B tech, including developer-focused companies and AI applications & platforms.
I also founded and help manage, in conjunction with a team of 22 female founders, XFactor Ventures, a pre-seed fund focused on new companies with female founders
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We are typically the "first institutional check" for companies, so not focused on large >$8M Series As for Series B and beyond. Industry wise, not doing anything in the healthcare market, unless it's HCIT.
Raleigh (NC) - Boston (MA) - New York (NY) - Atlanta (GA) - Portland (OR) - Seattle (WA) - San Francisco (CA) - San Francisco Bay Area (CA) - Palo Alto (CA), U.S.A.
Software (Web Marketplace Saas..) • Hardware (& Manufacturing) • IoT (& Wearables) • A.I. (& Big Data) • Web Security (& Privacy) • AR/VR • Developer tools • Future Of Work • Robotics • Aerospace (& Defense) • Nanotechnology
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Ubiquity Ventures invests in software as it leaves the screen and enters the real world. This ubiquitous software (1) runs on smart hardware and/or (2) understands the world using machine intelligence, so we make seed-stage investments in and partner with smart hardware and machine intelligence startups.
Gaurav Jain is a Co-Founder at Afore Capital. Jain also serves as Principal at Founder Collective. He has deep expertise in building software platforms from the ground up. He was one of the earliest Product Managers for Android. As the lead Product Manager for the Nexus One product line, he launched the first Google experience device on AT&T. He received the Founders Award, highest employee achievement award at Google for his significant contribution to the growth and success of the Android platform. Jain was also the Founding Product Manager for Google+ Enterprise, where he was responsible for crafting Google's social strategy for its enterprise customers. Jain built the founding team for Google+ Enterprise and helped launched the first version of the product. The product is now available to Google's 5 million enterprise customers. He co-founded the Impact Entrepreneurship Group in his first year of undergrad. Impact is now one of the largest non-profits in Canada promoting entrepreneurship. He is also an active mentor at MassChallenge, Canadian Technology Accelerator and Shad Valley. Jain received a Bachelors of Software Engineering (with distinction) from the University of Waterloo in Canada and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Advising and investing in early stage companies that spark my passion. Type of business is much less important than the team, market, and opportunity. I love businesses that see a significant need and have a viable solution.
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Me too companies.
"The Uber of ...".
"The Airnb of ..."
"Facebook for ..."
Investing in Software (Web Marketplace Saas..) &b... New York City (NY) , ..., U.S.A.
• Radar Relay:
$2700000 (Seed Round)
• Welcome Homes:
$5350000 (Early stage VC)
New York City (NY) - San Francisco California - Nashville Tennessee - Boston Massachusetts - Denver Colorado - Seattle Washington - Los Angeles California - Austin Texas - Brentwood Tennessee - Boulder (CO), U.S.A.
Investing in Software (Web Marketplace Saas..) &b... San Francisco, Califo..., U.S.A.
$150000000 (Series C)
$50000000 (Series B)
$20000000 (Series A)
$6300000 (Seed Round)
$6000000 (Seed Round)
$4000000 (Seed Round)
• Run The World:
$10800000 (Series A)
San Francisco, California - Hardware - Media/content - Social mobile - Saratoga, California, U.S.A.
Software (Web Marketplace Saas..) • Media • Hardware (& Manufacturing) • Web Security (& Privacy) • Messaging • Mobile Apps • Online Social
General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz
Connie Chan is a general partner at Andreessen Horowitz, a Silicon Valley based technology venture capital firm with over $7B under management. Since joining Andreessen Horowitz in 2011, Connie has worked on the investment team sourcing deals and working closely with startups across the portfolio. She also spearheaded the firm’s Asia network to bridge the gap between Silicon Valley companies looking to navigate Asia opportunities and companies in Asia seeking to better understand Silicon Valley.
Before joining Andreessen Horowitz, Connie worked at HP leading its webOS efforts in China. She started her career as a private equity investor at Elevation Partners, investing in media and entertainment. She has been named a LinkedIn NextWave Top Professional 35 and Under, Wired's Next 20 Tech Visionary, Fast Company's Most Creative People 2017, and won a Sydney award for her writing on WeChat, and is a Young Global Leader at the World Economic Forum. Connie received her B.A. in Economics and M.S. in Management Science and Engineering from Stanford University.
Connie Chan（陈梅陵）是美国硅谷创投公司Andreessen Horowitz的合伙人，其专注于消费类技术领域的早期阶段风投项目，并负责建立和维护该公司的亚太区关系。此前，Connie带领惠普Palm公司的在华业务发展以及市场营销工作，并负责管理webOS操作系统的应用程序搜索目录（App Catalog）、开发人员门户以及Facebook移动应用程序的创建。在Palm之前，Connie担任美国硅谷私募集金Elevation Partners的创始资深投资经理，为该拥有18亿美元管理资产的基金研究并分析高科技、媒体及娱乐领域的投资项目。Connie毕业于斯坦福大学，于四年之内获得经济学学士学位以及管理科学及工程的硕士学位。
Technology has the power to help us reinvent the way we work—whether that’s at an office, in a factory, or on a farm. Basis Set Ventures invests in early-stage startups that are harnessing opportunities for artificial intelligence to enable people to perform more productively.
We are pragmatic operators and problem solvers. We are experts in machine learning and passionate about AI. We are inspired by the drive and creativity of our entrepreneurs and focused on supporting them in whatever way t
Currently, I invest early stage companies that focus on the future of enterprise operations (B2B marketplaces, tech enabled services, and SaaS, IT/Infrastructure) and future of health/wellness (digital health, food, biotech).