TenOneTen Ventures is a venture capital firm that is based in Los Angeles, California. The firm focuses on investing in companies operating in the software and information technology sectors. It was founded in 2011.
Urban Sustainability and Resilience focused VC. Co-Founder of Urban Us.
I'm co-founder of Urban Us, an asset manager specialized in early-stage startups upgrading cities for climate change. With a team that spans both coasts, the platform includes an early-stage venture fund, a BMW funded accelerator and an early stage credit fund. I've founded five companies, speak 4 languages, code, and have taught and lectured at the University of Chicago, UC Berkeley, and HBS. My leisure time is spent reading, playing instruments, and training Muay Thai.
Experienced Board Member with a demonstrated history of success in investing, travel, and tech enabled services industries. Skilled in Business Operations, Sales, Management, and Leadership. Strong business development professional with a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) focused in Finance from University of Notre Dame - Mendoza College of Business.
Investing in Software (Web Marketplace Saas..) &b... San Francisco, Califo..., U.S.A.
$5100000 (Seed Round)
$1000000 (Pre Seed Round)
$2200000 (Seed Round)
$1500000 (Seed Round)
$1200000 (Seed Round)
• The Town Kitchen:
$1000000 (Seed Round)
$600000 (Seed Round)
• Milk Stork:
$9000000 (Early stage VC)
$3500000 (Early stage VC)
• Valor Water Analytics:
$1600000 (Seed Round)
San Francisco, California - San Francisco Bay Area (CA), U.S.A.
Software (Web Marketplace Saas..) • PropTech • Other • Hospitality (& Events) • Media • Education • Businesses Solutions • FinTech (& Financials services) • Energy • IoT (& Wearables) • Autonomous vehicles (& Cars) • Food & Beverage • GovTech • Real Estate (& Construction) • Mobile • Mobility
Most Interested In
Startups shaping the future of cities. Investing at the pre-seed & seed in a variety of verticals, including:
- Future of work
- Real estate tech
- Energy & water
- Business & fintech services
- Health & public safety
- Govt & civic tech
- Arts & recreation
Julie is a co-founder and Managing Partner of the Urban Innovation Fund. The Urban Innovation Fund is a venture capital firm that invests in transformative urban technology. It provides seed capital and regulatory expertise to entrepreneurs solving our toughest urban challenges – helping them grow into tomorrow’s most valued companies.
Previously, Julie co-founded Tumml, an urban ventures accelerator. During the last three years, Tumml has incubated 33 startups, who have raised $37M+ in funding and launched products/ services for over 2.2M people. Her work in urban entrepreneurship has been featured in numerous press outlets, including CNN, TedX, Forbes, and The San Francisco Chronicle, among others. Julie has an MBA from MIT Sloan and a BA from Stanford.
Collaborative Fund aims to be the leading source of capital and strategic support for creative entrepreneurs who want to change the world. The fund focuses on two themes: the increasing importance of values as they relate to the decisions people make about who they work for, what they buy, and how they spend their time; and the shift from an economy based on hyper-consumption to one based on Collaborative Consumption. These two forces present a significant opportunity for new technologies, products, and services to reinvent how society conducts business and transform daily lives. According to published reports, investors in the $6 million fund include GM O'Connell, Nicholas Negroponte, Jason Krikorian (co-founder of Sling Media), Ben Goldhirsh (heir to the Inc. Magazine fortune), and Brendan Synnot (founder of the 'Bear Naked' and 'Revelry' brands).
Andreessen Horowitz is a venture capital firm that is headquartered in Menlo Park, California and was founded in 2009. The firm specializes in seed, early stage, mid stage, later stage and growth stage investments. The firm invests in media, software, mobile, internet, infrastructure and technology sectors.
Founded in 2009, Slow Ventures is a venture capital investment firm that is based in San Francisco, California. The firm invests in the media, consumer good, software and information technology sectors.
Founded in 2008, Ulu Ventures is a seed-stage venture capital firm that is based in Palo Alto, California. The firm makes minority investments in seed, early-stage, and later-stage companies. The firm invests in software, software-as-a-service, fintech, and internet of things sectors.
Boris Silver is a Co-Founder and serves as President, Venture at FundersClub. Prior to starting FundersClub, he was founder and CEO of Sport Interactiva, a leading fantasy sports gaming company on Facebook (sold to Citizen Sports and acquired by Yahoo!). He was named an Ambassador of Entrepreneurship by Wharton, serves on the Board of Advisors to a venture backed technology company, and is an advisor to First Round Capital's Dorm Room Fund. Previously, he worked at Bunge, a global agribusiness, in their Commodity Trading and Risk Management program. He has been named to the Forbes 30 under 30 in Tech and to Silicon Valley's 40 under 40. Boris graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Economics from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, and is also an alumnus of Y Combinator.
I'm excited about startups working on new, more respectful models that don't depend on surveillance-driven targeted advertising. I want to support founders who are amplifying diverse voices and building a more informed, inclusive, and empathetic society.
Clint Korver is the Co-Founder and serves as Managing Director at Ulu Ventures. Korver serves as Chief Operating Officer at Novo Ed. He also serves as Board Member and Executive of Financing of ORENCO Hydropower. He is an active supporter of entrepreneurship within the Stanford community, Clint taught entrepreneurship in the School of Engineering; mentors at StartX, Stanford's accelerator; and co-founded Stanford Angels & Entrepreneurs, an alumni group with over 1000 members. Over the last 9 years, Clint and his partner Miriam Rivera have invested in over 80 startups. 50 have come from the Stanford community including Palantir, SoFi, Krux (acquired by Salesforce), and Blue River Technology (acquired by John Deere).
Prior to Ulu, Clint was a serial entrepreneur, co-founding four Silicon Valley startups which provided tools to help individuals or organizations make better decisions. He co-authored Ethics for the Real World (Harvard Business Press 2008), is a Kauffman Fellow, and holds a PhD and an MS in engineering from Stanford, and a BA in mathematics from Grinnell College where he served as Chair of the Board of Trustees.
Anamitra Banerji is a Co-Founder and serves as Managing Director at Afore Capital. Banerji served as Partner at Foundation Capital. He serves as a Board Member of Localytics. He came to Foundation with eight years of product management leadership experience in the consumer internet space at Twitter, Yahoo! and Overture. Before working in product roles, Anamitra was a software engineer in the enterprise data space for four years. He also co-founded an internet-healthcare company PlanetHealthOnline. Anamitra joined Twitter in March 2009 as its 30th employee and first product manager. While there, he built out Twitter's advertising team, incubating from scratch all three products promoted tweets, promoted trends and promoted accounts, he led the team in getting those products up and running. As Partner at Foundation Capital, Banerji focuses on identifying and investing in promising startups in the communications, commerce, mobile and marketing technology industries. He uses his vast personal experience working alongside entrepreneurs to identify those who stand out in their respective industries. During his time as an Entrepreneur In Residence, he served as a consultant in the investment process and also helped launch Widescope, an early-stage research project at Stanford focused on crowd-sourcing federal and state budget deficit reduction. Anamitra earned an MBA from Cornell University and a degree in Electronics Engineering from the National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur, India.
Semil Shah serves as a Venture Partner at GGV Capital. He also serves as an Investor of BirdEye. He is the Founder and serves as a General Partner of Haystack, which invested in more than 70 companies, including Instacart, Hired, and DoorDash. He serves as the Venture Partner at Lightspeed Venture Partners. He serves on the advisory boards of The Alpha Network and StrictlyVC. He is also a former consultant for several venture capital firms, including General Catalyst, Trinity Ventures, and GGV Capital, among others. His notable AI investments include AirMap, an airspace services provider that focuses on providing accurate airspace information for building unmanned aircraft, drones, and applications; Iris Automation, which helps industrial drones avoid collision; and SkySafe, which provides drone defense and airspace control solutions. Semil holds a bachelor's degree from University of Michigan and a Master's degree from Harvard University.
I'm a VC & angel investor with 120+ deals done.
My fund, Asymmetry Ventures, focuses on seed-stage deals.
I also founded and currently manage an AngelList syndicate of 1600 accredited investors. Our syndicate deploys checks of $100K - $300K into exceptional early-stage ventures.
I love deep tech (e.g. life sci/biotech; med devices & healthcare; AI; hardware & IoT).
And in general, I love startups with strong early traction (ideally revenues - but user and usage traction are great too).
Not Interested In
As a rule, I don't invest in pre-seed companies.
But I'd be thrilled to meet talented founders at the pre-seed stage, and get to know them as they take early steps in building their ventures!
Obsessively hunting down, and investing in, the world's fastest-growing startups. Moonlighting as strategist @capgemini. Served time @harvard-4, @berkeley.