100+ Top VC Firms That Invest in FinTech Startups

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If you’re steering a FinTech startup and eyeing venture capital, you’re on the right path. And this article will help you assess over 100 VC firms with a keen interest in fintech startups to include in your journey.

We’ve scoured the globe to bring you a curated list of investors who aren’t just looking to write checks; they’re looking to back the next big thing in FinTech. These are the firms that understand the nuances of FinTech and are eager to help you revolutionize the finance industry.

  1. 1818 Venture Capital

1818 Capital was founded in 2012. This VC firm primarily invests in early-stage startups based in the UK. Additionally, 1818 Venture Capital manages a specific fund, the 1818 Venture Capital Fund, which invests in fintech companies within the UK. One of the firm’s key objectives is to invest in early-stage digital tech startups, specifically pre-seed and seed stages. Their investment strategy is geared towards businesses that not only generate wealth for their clients but also contribute positively to the world.​

Headquarters: UK

Investment Geography: UK, Ireland 

Operating since: 2012

Investment Focus: FinTech, Payments, InsurTech, Digital Health, SaaS, Enterprise Software, CyberSecurity, MarTech, HRTech, LegalTech

Stages: Pre-Seed, Seed

Number of investments: 34

Number of exits: 9

Check size: $25k – $3m

Notable investments: Willo, RideTandem

Founders/Key People: Richard Avery-Wright

Website: https://1818venturecapital.com/ 

  1. 1984 Ventures

1984 Ventures specializes in seed-stage investments, particularly focusing on founders with a strong engineering culture who are addressing real-world problems across various industries. 

They lean towards companies operating in diverse areas such as e-commerce, supply chain management, proptech, and healthcare. The VC firm supports founders with recruiting, fundraising, and founder therapy. 

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, Mexico, Canada, Chile, Egypt, Netherlands, Colombia, Australia

Operating since: 2017

Investment Focus: Software (E-commerce, Supply Chain, PropTech, FinTech, HealthCare, SaaS, Consumer, Marketplaces, Staffing)

Stages: Seed

Number of investments: 104

Number of exits: 3

Check size: $500k – $1million

Notable investments: Postscript, Kyte, FairMarkIT

Founders/Key People: Ramy Adeeb, Aaron Michel

Website: https://1984.vc/

  1. 2048 Ventures

2048 Ventures identifies itself as a “firm for founders, experienced operators, nerds, and dreamers” and is particularly interested in supporting pre-seed or seed-stage startups. They have a notable track record, having backed over 200 startups, demonstrating their experience and conviction in leading early-stage investment rounds. The firm operates mainly in the United States and Canada and is known for its focus on investing in exceptional first-time entrepreneurs with a strong vision, a mission-driven team, and founder-market fit.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, UK, Canada, Argentina, Peru, Chile, Colombia

Operating since: 2018

Investment Focus: Enterprise Software, AI/ML, FinTech, HealthTech, Cyber Security, Dev Tools, Hardware, Genomics, Marketplaces, D2C, Robotics, AR/VR, IoT, Climate, Energy, Space, Mobility

Stages: Pre-Seed, Seed, Post-Seed 

Number of investments: 82

Number of exits: 2

Check size: $500k – $2m

Notable investments: GlossGenius, Soona, Bridge

Founders/Key People: Alex Iskold, Neha Khera

Website: https://www.2048.vc/

  1. 4Di Capital

4Di Capital is a venture capital fund management firm based in Cape Town, South Africa, specializing in seed, early, and growth-stage technology investments in sub-Saharan Africa. Established in 2009 by a group of entrepreneurs and founders, the firm aims to build and scale African startups. This VC firm usually participates in less than two investment rounds annually.

Headquarters: South Africa

Investment Geography: South Africa, USA, Netherlands, Uganda, Nigeria, UK

Operating since: 2009

Investment Focus: Consumer, InsureTech, FinTech, HealthTech, B2B Software, Enterprise, SaaS, AI/ML, Supply Chain & Logistics

Stages: Pre-Seed, Seed, Series A

Number of investments: 27

Number of exits: 1

Check size: $1m – $5m

Notable investments: VALR, SendMarc, Leta

Founders/Key People: Justin Stanford, Erik van Vlaanderen  

Website: https://www.4dicapital.com

  1. 4DX Ventures

4DX Ventures is a Pan-Africa focused venture capital firm dedicated to connecting people, ideas, and capital to foster a thriving African continent and a vibrant global community. The firm partners with entrepreneurs who are leading Africa’s technology age, seeking founders who are focused, creative, growth-minded, and resilient. They engage closely with their portfolio companies, offering strategic, operational, and technical support to help scale their businesses.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: Egypt, USA, South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, UAE, Ghana, Morocco, Côte d’Ivoire, Senegal, Jordan, Saudi Arabia

Operating since: 2014

Investment Focus: SaaS, Marketplaces, FinTech, InsurTech, HealthTech, eSports, Enterprise Software, Supply Chain, Logistics, Wireless, Telcom, SpaceTech

Stages: Pre-Seed, Seed, Series A

Number of investments: 63

Number of exits: 2

Check size: $10k – $500k

Notable investments: mPharma, Andela, Flutterwave

Founders/Key People: Peter Orth 

Website: https://www.4dxventures.com

  1. 7percent Ventures

7percent Ventures specializes in pre-seed and seed investments, particularly in new and breakthrough technologies. They are known for backing deeply technical hardware or transformative software that has the potential to change the world. The investment philosophy of 7percent Ventures centers around supporting startups that address significant problems impacting many people. The firm is not interested in companies that are merely iterating within an existing market. They actively seek out “moonshot” projects – ambitious, high-risk ventures with the potential for enormous returns. 

Headquarters: UK

Investment Geography: UK, USA, Netherlands, France, Germany, Israel, Canada, Croatia, Senegal, Denmark, India, Poland

Operating since: 2014

Investment Focus: Frontier Tech, DeepTech (AI & Deep Learning, Quantum Computing, Computer Vision, AR & VR, Blockchain &Crypto, Drones, Robotics, SpaceTech), SaaS, Marketplaces, Mobile (FinTech, Next-Gen Enterprise & Consumer Apps/Services, Manufacturing, Logistics, Industry 4.0, HealthTech & DeathTech)

Stages: Pre-Seed, Seed, Series A

Number of investments: 153

Number of exits: 25

Check size: $250k – $2m

Notable investments: Oculus, NeuroLabs, Gensyn

Founders/Key People: Andrew Scott, Andrew Gault

Website: http://7pc.co/

  1. 83North

83North is a venture capital firm with a significant presence in Europe. The firm operates a lean operation with high levels of trust, leading to transparent and quick processes for entrepreneurs​. Despite a focused approach, they invest globally in various segments. They strongly believe that innovation and technology, led by unique individuals, can significantly improve the world. Their goal is to find and work with these innovative individuals​.

Headquarters: UK

Investment Geography: UK, USA, Israel, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Ireland, Canada, Netherlands, Finland, Sweden. 

Operating since: 2006

Investment Focus: Consumer & Enterprise (FinTech, HealthTech, HW & IOT, IT Infrastructure, Marketplaces/E-commerce, Media/Gaming, Mobility, SaaS & Software, Security)

Stages: Series A, Series B, Series C

Number of investments: 89

Number of exits: 31

Check size: $ 1m – $40m

Notable investments: Paddle, Actifio, Celonis

Founders/Key People: Laurel Bowden, Gil Goren

Website: https://www.83north.com 

  1. ABN AMRO Ventures (CVC)

ABN AMRO Ventures, the corporate venture arm of ABN AMRO Bank, focuses on investing in promising technology companies to foster and accelerate innovation. Established in 2015 and based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, it has €150 million in assets under management. The firm predominantly invests growth capital (series A and beyond) in innovative technology companies located in Europe, the United States, and Israel​.

Headquarters: Netherlands

Investment Geography: Netherlands, USA, Germany, UK, Ireland, Israel, Sweden, Switzerland, Belgium, France

Operating since: 2015

Investment Focus: FinTech (Enterprise Software, AI, ML, Big Data, Banking, Cyber Security, Lending, Data Aggregation, Data Prep, MarTech, AML)

Stages: Series A, Series B, Series C

Number of investments: 38

Number of exits: 9

Check size: $2.5 – $18m

Notable investments: Solaris, Trifacta, Octo

Founders/Key People: Marinus Oosterbeek, Hugo Bongers

Website: https://www.abnamro.com/en/about-abnamro/in-society/innovation/abnamro-ventures/index.html

  1. Accel

Accel, previously known as Accel Partners, is a popular American venture capital firm that specializes in seed, early, and growth-stage investments. Accel’s portfolio includes top companies such as Dropbox, Atlassian, and Qualtrics. The firm’s growth capital investments focus on more developed companies, such as Atlassian and Qualtrics, requiring larger capital to expand their business​. Since their last fund closure in 2019, 10 portfolio companies have gone public, including notable names like Slack and UiPath. 40 companies have experienced mergers and acquisitions, like Qualtrics’s $8 billion acquisition by SAP and Segment’s $3.2 billion acquisition by Twilio​.

Headquarters: United States 

Investment Geography: USA, India, UK, Mexico, Germany, France, Israel, Brazil, Singapore, Canada, Australia, Spain

Operating since: 1983

Investment Focus: Consumer Internet & Media, Cloud/SaaS, Enterprise IT, Enterprise Software & Services, FinTech, Security, Health Care, Technology Enabled Services

Stages: Seed, Series A, Series B, Series C

Number of investments: 2451

Number of exits: 710

Check size: $500k – $100m 

Notable investments: Dropbox, Adobe, Cisco, Slack

Founders/Key People: Philippe Botteri, Andrew Braccia

Website: https://www.accel.com/ 

  1. Accord Ventures

Accord Ventures is a venture capital firm that primarily invests in high-potential technology companies, with a particular focus on the Internet and IoT sectors. The firm believes in the potential of Asia and the power of diversity. Accord has made more than 50 investments and is usually involved in about five investment rounds per year.

Headquarters: Japan

Investment Geography: USA, Japan, Singapore, Taiwan, Malaysia

Operating since: 2015

Investment Focus: IT-enabled platform businesses, Enterprise/B2B IT, Software, IoT, AI, FinTech

Stages: Series A, Series B

Number of investments: 52

Number of exits: 3

Check size: $1m – $4m

Notable investments: Optfit, Sokudan, Mawari

Founders/Key People: Fumihiko Ishimaru, Takayuki Mizuki

Website: https://accordventures.co.jp/en/ 

  1. Acequia Capital

Acequia Capital is an early-stage global investment platform founded in 2010 by Hank Vigil, a former Microsoft senior executive. The firm has invested in over 350 technology companies. Aside from providing initial risk capital, they offer experienced advice on product roadmap, technology strategy, business model, and go-to-market execution, making their partnership sought after by founders. 

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, UK, France, Germany, Switzerland, Canada, Sweden, Australia, Singapore, Netherlands, Belgium, India

Operating since: 2010

Investment Focus: Tech (Consumer Internet, Digital Media, FinTech, Software/SaaS, Enterprise/B2B, Cloud, AI, ML, Data Analytics, Computer Vision, IoT, Digital Health, Industrial Automation, Digital Transformation, Retail, Manufacturing)

Stages: Pre-Seed, Seed, Series A

Number of investments: 504

Number of exits: 101

Check size: $100k – $5m

Notable investments: Pinterest, Dropbox, Airbnb

Founders/Key People: Hank Vigil, Leif Danielsen

Website: https://acecap.com 

  1. Acrew Capital

Acrew Capital is a venture capital firm with a unique approach to its investment practices. They believe in making decisions based on deep conviction and long-term commitment rather than following trends or reacting to market fluctuations. The firm operates two primary funds: the Acrew Long Term View Fund (LTV) for early-stage investments and the Diversify Capital Fund (DCF) for growth-stage investments, largely supported by LPs from diverse backgrounds. 

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, UK, Mexico, France, Switzerland, Canada, Israel, Indonesia, Colombia, Brazil, New Zealand, Pakistan

Operating since: 2019

Investment Focus: Security/Cyber Security & Infrastructure Modernized, Financial Services Rebuilt/FinTech, Work Reimagined (Enterprise/B2B, Software/SaaS), Data Interconnected, Community Activated

Stages: Series A, Series B

Number of investments: 179

Number of exits: 22

Check size: $1-50m

Notable investments: Coinbase, Discord, Gusto

Founders/Key People: Theresia Gouw, Mark Kraynak

Website: https://www.acrewcapital.com/ 

  1. Act Venture Capital

ACT Venture Capital, based in Dublin, Ireland, is a VC firm that focuses on tech companies. It’s a pretty dynamic player in the VC world, known for investing in early-stage startups. The team has been working together for over 20 years, fostering a culture of strong internal relationships and shared values. They are usually involved in 2-6 investment rounds annually.

Headquarters: Ireland

Investment Geography: Ireland, USA, UK, China, Singapore, Spain, Germany, Turkey, Greece, Australia

Operating since: 1994

Investment Focus: TECH (Big Data & Analytics, Customer Management, FinTech, E-commerce, Consumer Internet, Mobile, Productivity, Security/CyberSecurity, Enterprise/B2B, Software/SaaS, IT Infrastructure, Communications)

Stages: Seed, Series A, Series B

Number of investments: 200

Number of exits: 79

Check size: $ 1m-10m

Notable investments: Virgin Media, Decawave

Founders/Key People: Debbie Rennick, John Flynn

Website: https://actventure.capital 

  1. Activant Capital

Activant Capital is a global investment firm that takes a research-driven approach to partnering with high-growth companies transforming commerce. They typically invest in businesses that have the potential to transform entire industries and are led by founders who can drive their companies through fast growth. Initially, their focus was on tech companies involved in e-commerce and retail infrastructure. Over time, they have expanded into logistics, fintech, insurance, and healthcare.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, Brazil, Mexico, Germany, Thailand, Singapore

Operating since: 2015

Investment Focus: Technology (Enterprise/B2B, Data Science,Machine Learning, Software/SaaS,FinTech, Business Services, Platform/Marketplaces, Digital Transformation,Retail,Health Care,Logistics,Real Estate)

Stages: Series A, Series B, Series C

Number of investments: 95

Number of exits: 19

Check size: $20m – 40m

Notable investments: Bolt, Celonis

Founders/Key People: Steve Sarracino, Andrew Steele

Website: https://activantcapital.com/ 

  1. Advancit Capital

Advancit Capital is a venture capital firm focusing on investments in media, technology, and web3 startups. They aim to form long-term partnerships with entrepreneurs, offering not only capital but also access to a network and strategic support. Typically, their investments range between $5 and $10 million for startups valued at $50 to $100 million. Annually, they’re involved in about 7 to 12 investment rounds.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, UK, Italy, Canada, Germany, France, Sweden, Argentina

Operating since: 2011

Stages: Seed, Series A, Series B

Investment Focus: Media/Entertainment/Technology/Web 3 (Gaming, eSports, SportsTech, Content, Digital Media, Creative AI, SaaS/Software, FinTech, B2B, B2C)

Number of investments: 154

Number of exits: 68

Check size: $5-10m

Notable investments: Masterclass, Thrive Global, Mux

Founders/Key People: Jonathan Miller, Jason Ostheimer

Website: https://www.advancitcapital.com 

  1. AlbionVC (CVC)

Established in 1996, AlbionVC serves as the technology investment arm of Albion Capital Group LLP. The firm focuses on investing in seed-stage, early-stage, and later-stage companies, particularly those operating in high-growth sectors like B2B software, SaaS, and tech-enabled services. They are also known to engage in leading investments, having made at least 47 lead investments. 

Headquarters: UK

Investment Geography: USA, UK, Switzerland, Netherlands, India, France

Operating since: 1996

Stages: Seed, Series A, Series B

Investment Focus: Health Care (Digital Health, MedTech), B2B/Enterprise Software (SaaS, FinTech, AI, Digital Risk, CyberSecurity, MarTech), DeepTech (Computer/Physical Sciences, Life Sciences)

Number of investments: 161

Number of exits: 46

Check size: $ 25k-$10m

Notable investments: Booking.com, Quantexa

Founders/Key People: Andrew Elder, Adam Chirkowski

Website: https://www.albion.vc 

  1. Algebra Ventures

Algebra Ventures, established in 2016, is a venture capital firm based in Cairo, Egypt. Algebra Ventures is a key player in the venture capital landscape in Egypt, focusing on early-stage technology companies within the country and neighboring regions.

Headquarters: Egypt

Investment Geography: Egypt, Jordan, UAE.

Operating since: 2016

Stages: Seed, Series A, Series B

Investment Focus: Core Technology, E-commerce, FinTech, Industry Marketplaces, B2B Software, B2B Platforms, Consumer Internet

Number of investments: 40

Number of exits: 5

Check size: $500k – $4m

Notable investments: Trella, Halan

Founders/Key People: Tarek Assaad, Ziad Mokhtar

Website: https://algebraventures.com 

  1. Alpine Meridian Ventures

Alpine Meridian Ventures is an NYC-based early-stage venture firm with a focus on sectors like the Internet, digital media, fintech, data, software, and e-commerce. Founded in 1987 it’s led by founder and managing partner Bill Benedict. The firm prides itself on leveraging over 30 years of relationships and expertise to structure business development partnerships for its portfolio companies. Alpine Meridian Ventures typically engages in deals with an average size of around $3 million. They generally invest in startups valued between $5 and $10 million.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, Canada, Singapore, Israel, UK

Operating since: 1987

Stages: Seed, Series A, Series B

Investment Focus: Internet, Digital Media, Financial Services/FinTech, E-commerce, Software

Number of investments: 82

Number of exits: 32

Check size: $1 to $5 m

Notable investments: Bench, Virtualitics

Founders/Key People: Bill Benedict

Website: http://www.alpinemeridian.com 

  1. Alumni Ventures Group

Alumni Ventures Group, established in 2014, stands out as the #1 most active venture firm in the US as of 2022 (according to PitchBook). It’s also America’s largest venture firm for individual investors. The firm’s uniqueness lies in its vast network, which is considered its “secret sauce.” By collaborating, they create more value than they could alone. They manage fund families investing across diverse sectors, stages, and regions, led by other established venture firms.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, Canada, UK, Israel, Mexico, Switzerland, India, Germany, Brazil, Australia, Singapore, Finland

Operating since: 2014

Stages: Seed, Series A, Series B

Investment Focus: IoT, Advanced Manufacturing, MarTech, Food & Agriculture, AI/ML, Consumer, AR/VR, Mobility, FinTech, Big Data, CleanTech, CyberSecurity, HealthTech, SaaS, Industrials, Life Sciences, Real Estate Tech, TMT

Number of investments: 1667

Number of exits: 239

Check size: $100K to $10M

Notable investments: BlockFi, Dataminr

Founders/Key People: Michael Collins, Luke Antal 

Website: https://www.av.vc 

  1. Amadeus Capital Partners

Amadeus Capital Partners, established in 1997, is a global venture capital firm with a focus on technology investments. They’ve funded over 190 companies and raised more than $1 billion for investment purposes. Operating from London, UK, the firm specializes in seed, early, and later-stage ventures, as well as private equity investments. Their investment scope includes diverse sectors like communications, networking hardware and software, media, e-commerce, computer hardware and software, and MedTech.

Headquarters: United Kingdom

Investment Geography: UK, Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden​

Operating since: 1997

Stages: Seed, Series A, Series B

Investment Focus: AI & Machine Learning, Consumer Services, CyberSecurity, Digital Health & MedTech, Digital Media, Enterprise Software, FinTech/InsurTech & RegTech, Semiconductors & Displays, Telecoms Infrastructure 

Number of investments: 340

Number of exits: 110

Check size: €25k – €5m

Notable investments:  FiveAI, Graphcore

Founders/Key People: Amelia Armour, Anne Glover

Website: https://www.amadeuscapital.com 

  1. AME Cloud Ventures

AME Cloud Ventures, launched in 2012 and based in Palo Alto, California, focuses on seed to later-stage companies in the technology sector. They are particularly interested in companies building infrastructure and value chains around data, including areas like data stack, applications, mobile, and sensors. Founded by Jerry Yang, co-founder of Yahoo, AME Cloud Ventures emphasizes the importance of great people in driving a company’s success.

Headquarters: United States

Investment Geography: USA

Operating since: 2012

Stages: Seed, Series A, Series B

Investment Focus: Data-driven (Data Infrastructure, Cloud Infrastructure, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Big Data Analytics, Cloud Computing, Blockchain, Enterprise Software, Application Platforms, Mobile, Sensors, Robotics, Telecom, FinTech, MedTech, MarTech) 

Number of investments: 383

Number of exits: 124

Check size: $1m-$10m

Notable investments: Nervana Systems, Evernote

Founders/Key People: Jerry Yang, Jeff Chung, Wretch Chien

Website: https://www.amecloudventures.com/ 

  1. Amplify LA

Amplify LA, founded in 2011 and based in Los Angeles, California, is a pre-seed fund dedicated to supporting strong startups at the earliest stages of their journey. They specialize in making early-stage investments in technology, e-commerce, mobile, healthcare, fintech, gaming, enterprise, and SaaS. Amplify is known for backing LA startups and is a prominent player in the Los Angeles technology scene. 

Headquarters: United States

Investment Geography: USA

Operating since: 2011

Stages: Pre-Seed, Seed

Investment Focus: B2B/Enterprise Software, Consumer Products, Consumer Services, FinTech, CyberSecurity, Blockchain, eSports, Gaming, E-commerce, Retail, Fashion, Digital Health, HealthTech, FoodTech, HRTech, Automobile, Marketplaces 

Number of investments: 158

Number of exits: 51

Check size: $100k – $10 million

Notable investments: Cascade, Fleet Defender

Founders/Key People: Paul Bricault, Oded Noy

Website: http://amplify.la 

  1. Amplo

Amplo, a global venture capital firm, was founded by Sheel Tyle in 2017 in Spring, Texas, USA. It’s a dynamic firm, engaging in both early-stage and late-stage ventures, and seed funding opportunities. Amplo has made investments in various fields like lifestyle hospitality, Data analytics, medical testing, mental healthcare, and IT. They also prefer to be the lead investor during their investment ventures​​.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, UK, India, Tanzania, Spain, Philippines, Cayman Islands, Australia, Kenya, New Zealand, Mexico, Nigeria

Operating since: 2017

Stages: Seed, Series A, Series B

Investment Focus: B2B/Enterprise Software, AI, ML, Data Analytics, FinTech, Digital Health, HealthTech, HRTech, Consumer Internet

Number of investments: 66 

Number of exits: 3

Check size: $500k – 50m

Notable investments: Andela, Intercom, Robinhood

Founders/Key People: Sheel Tyle

Website: http://amplovc.com 

  1. Anchorless Bangladesh

Anchorless Bangladesh is an early-stage venture investment fund with a mission to unlock unique opportunities in Bangladesh. They focus on utilizing global capital to deliver not just financial returns but also to optimize social impact. Founded in 2019, this fund is making moves by investing in startups that contribute to advancing the Bangladeshi startup ecosystem through global resources. Their investment focus is pretty broad, sector-wise. They are mostly agnostic and invest primarily in seed and later-stage startups.

Headquarters: Bangladesh

Investment Geography: Bangladesh, Singapore

Operating since: 2019

Stages: Seed, Series A, Series B

Investment Focus: Bangladeshi startups (Tech, Enterprise Software, Artificial Intelligence, Face Recognition, Data Analytics, Cloud, FinTech, Logistics, Dev Tools)

Number of investments: 8

Number of exits: 1

Check size: $200k – $1m

Notable investments: Maya, HypeScout

Founders/Key People: Mohi Zaman, Rahat Ahmed

Website: https://www.anchorless.vc 

  1. Andreessen Horowitz

Andreessen Horowitz, also known as a16z, is one of the most popular VC firms in Silicon Valley. Founded in 2009 by Marc Andreessen and Ben Horowitz, this firm is a major player in the venture capital scene. They’re known for investing in various stages and sectors of tech and have invested in big names like Facebook, OpenAI, Airbnb, and Roblox. They’ve made over 1,500 investments​​​​​​​​​​. In terms of funding, Andreessen Horowitz recently raised a hefty $9 billion across three new funds. This sum was allocated to their venture capital, growth-stage, and biotech-focused vehicles. One of these funds is the Andreessen Horowitz Growth III, which alone raised $5 billion. 

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, Canada, UK, Australia, Colombia, Switzerland, Brazil, Israel, France, Germany, Mexico, Singapore, China, Poland, Denmark, India, Japan, Ukraine, Philippines, Hong Kong, Sweden, Iceland, Cayman Islands, South Africa, Argentina, New Zealand, Belgium, Norway, Estonia, South Korea, Greece, Spain, British Virgin Islands, Uruguay, Finland, Slovakia, Austria, Morocco

Operating since: 2009

Stages: Seed, Series A, Series B, Series C

Investment Focus: Software, Consumer, Enterprise, Bio/Health Care, Crypto, FinTech 

Number of investments: 1704

Number of exits: 357

Check size: $1m – $100m

Notable investments: OpenAI, Slack, SpaceX, Stripe

Founders/Key People: Ben Horowitz, Anish Acharya, Joe Morrissey

Website: https://a16z.com 

  1. Animo Ventures

Animo Ventures is a VC firm that specializes in seed investments across the United States. They are usually the first to back companies from the ideation phase to early traction. The firm primarily invests across the United States, with a focus on sectors such as enterprise, fintech, digital health, B2C/e-commerce, and AI/dev tools. Their investment strategy is both dynamic and aggressive, as they typically invest between $500,000 and $2.5 million in early-stage enterprises. This demonstrates their dedication to nurturing startups and helping them scale​. 

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, Canada, UK

Operating since: 2018

Stages: Pre-Seed, Seed

Investment Focus: Industry Agnostic (B2B/Enterprise, B2C/Consumer, Enterprise Software, Cloud Computing, FinTech, Digital Health, Consumer Products/D2C, FoodTech, Marketplaces)

Number of investments: 68

Number of exits: 6

Check size: $500k – $2.5m

Notable investments: Sage, Codi, Lev

Founders/Key People: Nico Berardi, Antonio Osio

Website: https://animo.vc 

  1. Antler

Antler started in Singapore in 2017 and has quickly become a big name in the early-stage investment scene. They’re famous for being the go-to investor from the very start, focusing on early-stage companies. By 2023, Antler was crowned the most active seed stage VC firm globally by Pitchbook. They’re not just about the numbers, though; they’re deeply invested in nurturing startups that are changing the game, creating jobs, and making a positive impact​​​​. Region-wise, Antler has a strong footing in the Asia-Pacific and Southeast Asian regions, thanks to its Singaporean roots.

Headquarters: Singapore

Investment Geography: Singapore, USA, UK, Australia, Sweden, Netherlands, Indonesia, Norway, Germany, India, South Korea, Denmark, Vietnam, Canada, Kenya, France, Brazil, Pakistan, Finland, Malaysia, Thailand, Portugal, Spain, South Africa, Philippines, UAE, French-Guiana, Turkey, Mexico, Italy, Nigeria, Czech Republic, Ireland, Slovakia, Japan, Federated States of Micronesia, Lithuania, China, Latvia, British Virgin Islands, Colombia, Estonia, Hong Kong, Kyrgyzstan, Austria, Ethiopia

Operating since: 2017

Stages: Pre-Seed, Seed

Investment Focus: AI/Machine Learning, Consumer Tech, EdTech, Energy, FinTech, Food and AgriTech, HealthTech, HRTech, Logistics and Manufacturing, Media and Communication, Mobility, PropTech, Retail and E-Commerce, SaaS

Number of investments: 1175

Number of exits: 77

Check size: $250k

Notable investments: Xanpool, SuperOrdinary, Airalo

Founders/Key People: Edward Knight, Andrea Hajdu-Howe, Anthony Millet

Website: https://www.antler.co 

  1. Arka Venture Labs

Arka Venture Labs is an early-stage accelerator fund that backs B2B entrepreneurs from India who are building global companies. Launched in 2018, they provide not just capital but also mentorship and access to the startup ecosystems of both Silicon Valley and India. They like to give the first institutional check for pre-seed and seed-stage startups, typically investing up to $400K in each company. Arka’s got a sharp focus on B2B tech/Enterprise/SaaS startups looking to build a global company with their primary customer being in the US/Northern Europe. Their portfolio includes more than 33 diverse startups.

Headquarters: India

Investment Geography: India, USA, Singapore

Operating since: 2018

Stages: Pre-Seed, Seed 

Investment Focus: Indian B2B startups (Enterprise Software, B2B, B2B2C, RetailTech, HealthTech, FinTech, Smart City, AgTech, TravelTech, EdTech, Automotive, Energy and Utilities, DeepTech)

Number of investments: 34

Number of exits: 6

Check size: $100k – $400k

Notable investments: ObviouslyAI, Essenvia

Founders/Key People: Yashwanth Hemaraj, Aarushi Khanna

Website: https://arka.vc 

  1. Arthur Ventures

Arthur Ventures, established in 2008 and based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, is a venture capital firm focusing on early growth capital in B2B software companies. They are known for investing beyond Silicon Valley, covering every region of the U.S. and Canada. The firm allows founders to run their companies while providing value where necessary. They usually invest between $500,000 and $3 million in early-stage companies and participate in later-stage investments with other investors. 

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, Canada

Operating since: 2008

Stages: Seed, Series A, Series B, Series C

Investment Focus: B2B/Enterprise Software (AgTech, MarTech, FinTech, InsurTech, CyberSecurity, Dev Tools, HRTech, EdTech, HealthTech, Real Estate) 

Number of investments: 100

Number of exits: 20

Check size: $500k – $3m

Notable investments: Keap, Stream.io, Terminus

Founders/Key People: Patrick Meenan, Ryan Kruizenga

Website: https://arthurventures.com 

  1. Artiman Ventures

Artiman Ventures is an early-stage venture fund that is sector-agnostic. They focus on investing in entrepreneurs who have the potential to disrupt multi-billion dollar markets. Artiman is known for its investments in “white space” companies, which are startups with no identifiable competitors in new or emerging markets. They have an additional office in Bangalore, indicating their international presence. Geographically, Artiman Ventures’ investments span globally, with portfolio companies in countries such as Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, and Sweden.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, India, France, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Sweden

Operating since: 2001

Stages: Series A, Series B, Series C

Investment Focus: Agnostic, DeepTech (Artificial Intelligence, Software, HealthTech, MedTech, Life Sciences, BioTech, FinTech, EdTech, CyberSecurity, Semiconductors, New Materials, EnergyTech) 

Number of investments: 162

Number of exits: 76

Check size: $2m – $6m

Notable investments: ApplyBoard, Visby Medical, 

Founders/Key People: Yatin Mundkur, Amit Shah

Website: https://www.artiman.com 

  1. ARTIS Ventures

ARTIS Ventures, founded in 2001 and based in San Francisco, California, specializes in pioneering investments at the intersection of life sciences and computer sciences, a niche known as TechBio. They have a track record of over a decade in supporting market-defining companies to reshape and reinvent industries. The firm is known for investing in early-stage and late-stage companies. ARTIS Ventures primarily invests in companies based in the United States. 

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, UK, Germany

Operating since: 2001

Stages: Seed, Series A, Series B 

Investment Focus: TechBio (BioTech, Diagnostics, AI, MedTech, Data Analytics, Advanced Materials, FoodTech, Enterprise Software, HealthTech, Digital Health), Tech (Digital Media, Cloud Computing, ML, CyberSecurity, Data Storage, Semiconductors, FinTech, MR, SpaceTech, Marketplaces, Business Intelligence, FoodTech)

Number of investments: 128

Number of exits: 38

Check size: $500k – $10m

Notable investments: Palantir Technologies, YouTube

Founders/Key People: Stuart Peterson, Vasudev Bailey

Website: https://www.av.co 

  1. Atlantica Ventures

Atlantica Ventures is based in Lagos, Nigeria and provides capital and growth support to early-stage companies. With decades of experience and global relationships, they target entrepreneurs who demonstrate product and market vision, technical expertise, and a commitment to creating a positive impact. The firm is primarily funded by development finance institutions and operates as a pan-African fund. Atlantica Ventures has made investments in several African countries, including Nigeria, Kenya, and South Africa, and has expressed interest in expanding to countries like Ghana, Ivory Coast, and Tanzania.

Headquarters: Nigeria

Investment Geography: Nigeria, USA, Israel, Morocco, Kenya, South Africa

Operating since: 2019

Stages: Seed, Series A, Series B

Investment Focus: TMT (Enterprise Software, Cloud Infrastructure, FinTech, HRTech, Logistics, Wireless, Marketplaces) 

Number of investments: 16

Number of exits: 3

Check size: $100k – $6m

Notable investments: Paystack, Sabi, SendMarc

Founders/Key People: Aniko Szigetvari, Ik Kanu

Website: https://atlanticaventures.com 

  1. Atomico

Atomico is an international investment firm based in London, United Kingdom, with additional offices in Paris, Berlin, and Stockholm. The firm is focused on helping disruptive technology companies scale globally, particularly those at the intersection of technology and biology (TechBio). Atomico invests in a wide range of sectors, including business products and services, consumer products and services, materials, and resources. The firm’s strategy is partnering with mission-driven European founders, particularly at Series A and beyond, through their Growth Acceleration Team. Atomico V, their latest fund, has a size of $820 million, enabling them to continue investing in Series B and C stages.

Headquarters: UK

Investment Geography: UK, USA, France, Canada

Operating since: 2006

Stages: Series A, Series B

Investment Focus: AI/ML, Climate Tech, Communication, Consumer, Enterprise, FinTech, Frontier, Future of Food, Future of Work, Gaming, HealthTech, Industry 4.0, Marketplace, Mobility, SaaS 

Number of investments: 263

Number of exits: 76

Check size: $10m -$50m

Notable investments: Skype, Klarna, Truecaller

Founders/Key People: Lisa Sorg, Sasha Vidiborskiy

Website: https://atomico.com 

  1. AXA Venture Partners

AXA Venture Partners, established in 2015 and headquartered in Paris, France, is a prominent venture capital firm. It focuses on investing in high-growth, technology-enabled companies. The firm operates globally, with over $1.5 billion in assets under management. AVP invests across various stages, including seed-stage, early-stage, later-stage, and growth-stage companies. Its investment portfolio covers enterprise software, fintech/insurtech, consumer technologies, and digital health. Notably, AXA Venture Partners was formerly known as AXA Strategic Ventures.

Headquarters: France

Investment Geography: USA, UK, Canada, France, Israel, Switzerland, Netherlands, Germany, Spain, Italy

Operating since: 2015

Stages: Seed, Series A, Series B, Series C

Investment Focus: Enterprise Software, FinTech, Insurtech, Consumer Tech, Digital Health

Number of investments: 121

Number of exits: 29

Check size: $300k – $20m

Notable investments: Deskbird, Zinc

Founders/Key People: Manish Agarwal, François Robinet

Website: https://www.axavp.com 

  1. Azure Capital Partners

Azure Capital Partners is a popular early-stage VC firm in San Francisco. They specialize in identifying and investing in late-stage information technology companies. The firm is well-regarded for its industry thought leadership and uses a data-guided approach to strategic decision-making. Azure Capital Partners is generally involved in deals ranging from $10 million to $50 million. The average startup value when Azure Capital Partners invests is between $5 million and $10 million.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, UK, Canada, Spain, Indonesia, Australia

Operating since: 2000

Stages: Post-Seed, Series A, Series B

Investment Focus: Enterprise Software, Enterprise Infrastructure, Hardware, AI, ML, Data Analytics, FinTech, Telcom, CyberSecurity, Digital Media, Gaming, E-commerce, Retail, EdTech, HealthTech, MarTech, Consumer Products, Personal Care, Beauty, Fashion, Dating, Social, Semiconductors, AgTech, BioTech, LegalTech, HRTech, TravelTech, AR, VR, Marketplaces 

Number of investments: 200

Number of exits: 78

Check size: $200k – $5m

Notable investments: Native, Clutch

Founders/Key People: Paul Ferris, Mike Kwatinetz 

Website: http://www.azurecap.com 

  1. BY Venture Partners

BY Venture Partners, previously known as B&Y Venture Partners, plays a crucial role in bridging the MENA region’s rising tech ecosystem with established tech hubs in mature markets. Their strategic position enables them to assist MENA startups in achieving global presence while helping international companies expand into the MENA region. The firm focuses on investing in high-impact founders who are building market-transforming and category-leading companies​​​​.

Headquarters: Jersey

Investment Geography: USA, UK, UAE, Lebanon, Pakistan, Egypt, Sweden, Switzerland, Saudi Arabia, Spain

Operating since: 2015

Stages: Seed, Series A, Series B

Investment Focus: Big Data & Analytics, E-commerce, Gaming, HealthTech, Online Marketplaces, FinTech, Cyber Security, SaaS, Direct to Consumer, Enterprise Software, FoodTech, Property Tech 

Number of investments: 95

Number of exits: 19

Check size: $250k – $10m

Notable investments: Onfido, Monito, Ro

Founders/Key People: Abdallah Yafi, Ghaith Yafi

Website: https://byvp.com 

  1. BackBone Ventures

BackBone Ventures, founded in 2018, is an early-stage venture capital firm based in Zurich. The firm has made a significant impact in a short time, with 40+ investments and six successful exits already. BackBone Ventures focuses on supporting outstanding entrepreneurs in Germany and Switzerland. The firm prides itself on backing founders who create innovative and disruptive companies using their expertise and capital to boost growth and create next-generation success stories.

Headquarters: Switzerland

Investment Geography: Switzerland, Germany, Israel, India, Turkey, Mexico, Austria

Operating since: 2018

Stages: Seed, Series A

Investment Focus: ICT, AI, ML, Data Analytics, SaaS, FinTech, CyberSecurity, LegalTech, BioTech, FoodTech, Biopharma, HealthTech, Disruptive Tech, Drones 

Number of investments: 44

Number of exits: 6

Check size: $100k – $5m

Notable investments: Spyce, Flytrex

Founders/Key People: Philippe Bernet, Miklos Stanek 

Website: https://www.backbone.vc 

  1. Backstage Capital

Backstage Capital is a venture capital firm that invests in startups led by underrepresented founders, including women, people of color, and LGBTQ+ founders. The firm is dedicated to reducing funding disparities in technology by supporting high-potential founders from these groups. Backstage Capital primarily invests in pre-seed and seed-stage startups. Regarding investment amounts, Backstage Capital has been investing amounts ranging from $25,000 to $100,000 in companies with diverse founders. 

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, UK, Canada

Operating since: 2015

Stages: Pre-Seed, Seed, Series A

Investment Focus: Underrepresented Founders (Women, People of Color, LGBTQ): (Software, Enterprise/B2B, Blockchain, FinTech, EdTech, Consumer Tech, Consumer Goods, DTC, E-commerce, FoodTech, Gaming, Digital Health, Digital Media, SaaS, Marketplaces)

Number of investments: 205

Number of exits: 43

Check size: $25k – $100k

Notable investments: Dollaride, Hello Alice, Fairly AI

Founders/Key People: Arlan Hamilton, Christie Pitts

Website: https://backstagecapital.com 

  1. Bain Capital Ventures

Bain Capital Ventures is a multi-stage, domain-focused venture fund. The firm has over $10 billion in assets under management. It brings over 30 years of experience to the table, leveraging this expertise and a global network to support the growth of its portfolio companies. The firm’s investment approach recognizes and focuses on entrepreneurs who are deep thinkers and tenacious builders. Bain Capital Ventures primarily targets seed to growth-stage startups that use technology to disrupt existing markets or create new ones. 

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, UK, Canada, Germany, Israel, France, India, China, Lithuania, Netherlands, Spain, Denmark, Finland, Brazil, Japan, Mexico, Italy

Operating since: 1984

Stages: Seed, Series A, Series B, Series C

Investment Focus: SaaS, Data Services, Infrastructure Software, CyberSecurity, FinTech, HealthCare, CommerceTech, ConsumerTech

Number of investments: 767

Number of exits: 231

Check size: $1m – $100m

Notable investments: Redis, LinkedIn

Founders/Key People: Ajay Agarwal, Zeeza Cole

Website: https://www.baincapitalventures.com 

  1. Balderton Capital

Balderton Capital specializes in early-stage, technology, and internet startup investments in Europe. Founded in 2000 as Benchmark Capital Europe, Balderton Capital became fully independent in 2007. The firm is one of London’s four biggest VC firms and is Europe’s leading venture capital investor, focusing exclusively on European-founded tech startups. Balderton Capital is a key player in the European VC landscape, with over $4.5 billion raised to invest in European technology and backing over 250 companies since 2000.

Headquarters: UK

Investment Geography: USA, UK, Canada, Germany, France, Sweden, Ireland, Switzerland, Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, China, Spain, Israel, Turkey, Burma (Myanmar), Austria, Russia, Jersey, Italy, Norway, Hong Kong, Nigeria, Singapore, Mexico.

Operating since: 2000

Stages: Seed, Series A, Series B

Investment Focus: Open Finance/FinTech, Data-driven Health/HealthTech, Enterprise/B2B Software, Efficient Mobility, CyberSecurity, RetailTech, Thoughtful Food/FoodTech, Creative Entertainment

Number of investments: 467

Number of exits: 154

Check size: $1m – $25m

Notable investments: Cleo, Truecaller

Founders/Key People: Bernard Liautaud, Greta Anderson

Website: https://www.balderton.com 

  1. Baseline Ventures

Baseline Ventures is a VC firm specializing in seed and growth-stage investments in tech. Founded in 2006 by Steve Anderson in San Francisco, California, the firm has been instrumental as the first seed investor in Instagram and an early investor in Twitter. Baseline Ventures is celebrated as one of Silicon Valley’s most successful and smallest investment firms. In terms of investment check size, Baseline Ventures offers checks based on the stage and needs of the startup. Their check sizes range from as low as $0 to $100K, going up to between $100K and $500K, and even as high as $500K to $1M. 

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, Australia, Canada, Germany

Operating since: 2006

Stages: Seed, Series A

Investment Focus: FinTech, Enterprise/B2B Software, SaaS, CyberSecurity, Robotics, Mobile, Consumer Services, Digital Health, EdTech, Fashion, E-commerce, FoodTech, Gaming, Social, Marketplaces

Number of investments: 238

Number of exits: 102

Check size: $10k – $1m

Notable investments: SoFi, Instagram, Twitter

Founders/Key People: Steve Anderson

Website: https://www.baselinev.com 

  1. Beco Capital

BECO Capital is a prominent VC firm based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It is one of the first VC firms founded in the UAE, focusing on the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. BECO Capital has become one of the largest non-governmental venture firms in the region, boasting approximately $450 million in assets under management. BECO Capital provides growth capital and hands-on operational mentorship to its portfolio companies, fostering their development and scaling in the MENA market. 

Headquarters: UAE

Investment Geography: UAE, USA, UK, France, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Kuwait, Turkey, Jordan, Germany, Bahrain, Canada

Operating since: 2012

Stages: Late Seed, Pre-Series A, Series A 

Investment Focus: Enterprise Software, PropTech, FinTech, InsurTech, HRTech, Mobility, Transportation, Marketplaces, eSports, E-commerce, CyberSecurity, HealthTech, FoodTech, AR/VR, Construction 

Number of investments: 98

Number of exits: 17

Check size: $10-50m

Notable investments: Tribal, Careem

Founders/Key People: Abdulaziz Shikh Al Sagha, Dany Farha

Website: https://becocapital.com 

  1. BEENEXT

BEENEXT is a venture capital firm founded in 2015 based in Singapore. The firm primarily focuses on investments in startups from India, Southeast Asia, Japan, and the USA. BEENEXT is particularly interested in tech startups in sectors like the marketplace, Analytics, EdTech, fintech, AI, data, SaaS, IoT, healthcare, and agritech. 

Headquarters: Singapore

Investment Geography: Singapore, USA, India, Indonesia, Singapore, Japan, Philippines, Vietnam, Pakistan, Turkey, Myanmar, Nigeria

Operating since: 2015

Stages: Seed, Series A

Investment Focus: AgriTech, AI, Analytics, Cloud Kitchen, EdTech, Enterprise SaaS, FinTech, FoodTech, Gaming, Geotagging, HealthTech, HRTech, IoT, Lifestyle, Logistics, Marketplace, Media, Mobility, PropTech, Real Estate, Satellite, Sustainability 

Number of investments: 418

Number of exits: 35

Check size: $100k-$10m

Notable investments: 90 Seconds, 42 Cards

Founders/Key People: Teruhide Sato, Dirk Van Quaquebeke

Website: https://www.beenext.com 

  1. Benhamou Global Ventures

Benhamou Global Ventures (BGV) is a VC firm based in Silicon Valley that specializes in cross-border venture capital investments. Founded in 2004 by Eric Benhamou, BGV focuses on later-stage investments, particularly in cybersecurity, mobility, IoT, and cloud technologies. The firm likes to source startups to build them into next-generation B2B technology companies. Benhamou Global Ventures operates hands-on, assisting portfolio companies in various operational aspects.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, UK, France, Israel, Germany, Australia, Sweden

Operating since: 2004

Stages: Series A, Series B

Investment Focus: Enterprise 4.0: Embedded AI, Unique Datasets, Intelligent Automation (Software, Cloud, IoT, Robotics, Computer Vision, CyberSecurity, Automotive, Logistics, Energy, FinTech, Retail, HealthCare, Manufacturing) 

Number of investments: 144

Number of exits: 48

Check size: $2m – 5m

Notable investments: Virtana, Totango, Evinced 

Founders/Key People: Eric Benhamou, Eric Buatois

Website: https://benhamouglobalventures.com 

  1. Lightspeed Venture Partners

Lightspeed Venture Partners, established in 2000, is one of the most successful venture capital firms specializing in early-stage and growth investments within the technology sector. Lightspeed offers a broad investment scope across diverse tech domains and is known for its entrepreneur-centric approach. Lightspeed is also committed to fostering diversity and inclusion in its investment strategy. Their “About” page proudly mentions their approach with the following headline, “Serving Bold Builders of the Future.”

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, China, Israel, Europe, India, Southeast Asia, Canada, LATAM.

Operating since: 2000

Investment Focus: Consumer (FinTech,Emerging, Media, Social, Commerce), Enterprise (Security, Infrastructure, SaaS, Big Data/Analytics, Services/Other)

Stages: Pre-Seed, Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 1464

Number of exits: 252

Check size: $100k – $10m

Notable investments: Byju’s, Epic Games, Cisco.

Founders/Key People: Christopher Schaepe, Peter Nieh

Website: https://lsvp.com

  1. Liquid 2 Ventures

Liquid 2 Ventures, established in 2015 in San Francisco, California, is a venture capital firm co-founded by NFL legend Joe Montana alongside Michael Ma and Mike Miller. Specializing in seed-stage investments, the firm primarily targets early-stage technology startups. Liquid 2 Ventures has raised a total of $157.7 million across four funds, demonstrating a robust funding capacity. Liquid 2 Ventures stands out for its strategic approach to nurturing promising startups at their inception, guided by a team of experienced founders and investors.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: United States, Canada, Mexico, United Kingdom, Israel, India, Chile, Nigeria, Colombia, Norway, Indonesia, France.

Operating since: 2015

Investment Focus: Enterprise Software,HealthTech, FinTech,Real Estate,EdTech,FoodTech,HRTech,Cyber Security,Transportation, Digital Media, LegalTech, MarTech, Fashion,Travel, Semiconductors, Robotics,Marketplaces.

Stages: Seed,Series A.

Number of investments: 381

Number of exits: 41

Check size: $100k – $1m

Notable investments: Ripplin, Whatnot.

Founders/Key People: Joe Montana, Mike Miller

Website: https://liquid2.vc

  1. LocalGlobe

LocalGlobe is a venture capital firm established in 1999 and headquartered in London, United Kingdom. It specializes in investments across various stages, including seed, early stage, and later stage ventures. The firm focuses on industries such as software and artificial intelligence. Typically, the firm invests in startups that are 2-3 years old and have a proven customer base in their respective market.

Headquarters: UK

Investment Geography: United Kingdom, United States, France, Germany, Israel, Ireland, Belgium, Spain, Sweden, Netherlands, Nigeria, Kenya

Operating since: 1999

Investment Focus: Enterprise Software, Cloud Infrastructure, FinTech,InsurTech, Fitness,EdTech, Mobility, Logistics,HealthTech, Retail, E-commerce,Connected Car,PropTech,AI,ML,Data Analytics, AR &VR, Robotics, Blockchain, SpaceTech, Digital Media, Energy, LegalTech, HRTech, JobTech, TravelTech, MarTech, AdTech, IoT, Fashion, Gaming, FoodTech,Transportation, Marketplaces.

Stages: Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 375

Number of exits: 61

Check size: $200k – $2m

Notable investments: Figma, Robinhood, Algolia.

Founders/Key People: Robin Klein

Website: https://localglobe.vc

  1. Lool Ventures

Lool Ventures, founded in 2012, is a prominent venture capital firm based in Tel Aviv, Israel. The firm is dedicated to supporting Israel’s best founders from the seed to scale stages, providing guidance, support, and capital to help transform their innovative ideas into successful companies. Lool Ventures is known for its significant involvement in the Information Technology and Artificial Intelligence sectors. The firm’s peak activity was in 2015, with significant exits recorded in 2018.

Headquarters: Israel

Investment Geography: United States, Israel, Canada, Switzerland, United Kingdom.

Operating since: 2011

Investment Focus: Digital Space, AI, Deep Learning, IoT, Digital Health, Robotics, Internet,E-commerce, Mobile,Food, Fashion, IT, Enterprise Software, MarTech, AR/VR,Digital Media,FinTech,Mobility,Cyber Security,Real Estate, LegalTech, EdTech, HRTech, Marketplaces.

Stages: Pre-Seed, Seed, Series A.

Number of investments: 78

Number of exits: 9

Check size: $500K – $2.5M

Notable investments: Beewise, Flip.

Founders/Key People: Avichay Nissenbaum, Yaniv Golan

Website: https://www.lool.vc

  1. DeepWater Asset Management

Deepwater Asset Management, headquartered in the USA, is a growth investment firm that manages a variety of equity investment funds. These funds span across the growth spectrum in both public and private markets. Led by Gene Munster, Joe Robillard, Doug Clinton, and Andrew Murphy, the team boasts over 80 years of combined experience in investing in growth companies. Deepwater’s focus is on tech-driven growth stories, emphasizing investments in persistent growth with a respect for valuation.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: United States, India.

Operating since: 2017

Investment Focus: AI, AR, Autonomous Vehicles, Blockchain, Crypto,Gaming, NeuroTech,Retail, Robotics, VR, HealthTech,Digital Health, Logistics, Enterprise Software,MarTech, FinTech,PropTech, TravelTech, Marketplaces

Stages: Pre-Seed, Seed, Series A.

Number of investments: Unspecified

Number of exits: Unspecified

Check size: Unspecified

Notable investments: Redwood Materials, Masterworks

Founders/Key People: Andrew Murphy, Gene Munster

Website: https://deepwatermgmt.com/

  1. Loyal VC

Loyal VC is a global early-stage investment firm founded in 2018. The firm has made over 100 investments in more than 30 countries. It is supported by a team of over five investing professionals and 250 expert advisors distributed globally across various industries and functions. Notably, 35% of Loyal’s portfolio companies have a woman CEO, and about 45% feature a woman in a leadership role, reflecting the firm’s commitment to diversity and an investment approach that prioritizes company performance over pitches.

Headquarters: Canada

Investment Geography: Canada, United Kingdom, United States, Singapore, Australia, India, Netherlands, Hong Kong, Egypt, Germany, Taiwan, Israel.

Operating since: 2018

Investment Focus: Consumer Internet,FinTech, EdTech, FoodTech, E-commerce, Enterprise Software/SaaS, MarTech,CyberSecurity,Media, Gaming.

Stages: Pre-Seed, Seed.

Number of investments: 174

Number of exits: 1

Check size: $10K – $200K

Notable investments: DaDa, Mytm.

Founders/Key People: Kamal Hassan, Michael Kosic.

Website: https://www.loyal.vc

  1. Lucas Venture Group

Lucas Venture Group (LVG), founded in 1985, is a third-generation venture capital firm based in Menlo Park, California. LVG has expanded its portfolio to include a diverse range of sectors such as e-commerce, AI & ML, SaaS, social purpose, fintech, space, CPG, and transformative medical device companies. They place a strong emphasis on investing in people and believe in making a significant social impact alongside generating profit. The firm values the power of networking and connecting people and ideas. LVG’s network includes top CEOs, CFOs, senior economists, scientists, engineers, serial entrepreneurs, operating executives, and angel investors.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, Japan, Israel.

Operating since: 1990

Investment Focus: Enterprise Software, Cloud Infrastructure,AI, ML, Data Analytics, Big Data,Business Intelligence, E-commerce, Social Purpose, Precision Medical & Continuous Monitoring Devices, Medical Devices, HealthTech, CyberSecurity, Consumer Services,FinTech, Construction, PropTech, FoodTech.

Stages: Pre-Seed, Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 39

Number of exits: 9

Check size: $1M – $20M

Notable investments: Katerra, Chegg, Trubill.

Founders/Key People: Donald Lucas, Sarah Lucas

Website: https://www.lucasvg.com

  1. Luminar Ventures

Luminar Ventures is a Nordic venture capital fund specializing in early-stage investments in technology companies. Founded in 2017 and based in Stockholm, Sweden, it targets sectors such as information technology and healthtech. Luminar Ventures was founded by successful angel investors Magnus Bergman and Jacob Key, along with Sting, Sweden’s leading startup platform.

Notably, the team at Luminar Ventures consists of former founders and angel investors who use their experiences and networks to support founders in transitioning from early vision to hypergrowth​​​​​​​​​​.

Headquarters: Sweden

Investment Geography: Sweden, USA, Norway, Denmark, Iceland.

Operating since: 2017

Investment Focus: B2B/Enterprise, SaaS/Software, AI/ML, Big Data Analytics, AR/VR, FinTech/InsurTech, Digital Health, CyberSecurity, Sustainability/ClimateTech, Consumer Internet, Gaming.

Stages: Pre-seed, Seed, Series A, Series B, Series C.

Number of investments: 62

Number of exits: 3

Check size: $500K – $5M

Notable investments: Insurely, Carla.

Founders/Key People: Jacob Key, Magnus Bergman.

Website: https://www.luminarventures.com

  1. Lunar Ventures

Lunar Ventures is a deep-tech, seed-stage venture fund based in Berlin, Germany. Also known as Berlin Innovation Ventures, the firm was founded in 2017 and focuses on investing in algorithms and infrastructure software startups. The fund is particularly active in the realms of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, blockchain, and related technologies.

Headquarters: Germany

Investment Geography: United Kingdom, United States, Germany, Croatia, Spain, Portugal, Austria, France, Belgium, Singapore, Finland.

Operating since: 2017

Investment Focus: Deep Tech Software, Artificial Intelligence, AI/ML, Dev Tools, HealthTech, FinTech, Blockchain, SaaS, Enterprise, B2B.

Stages: Pre-seed, Seed, Series A.

Number of investments: 26

Number of exits: 0

Check size: $500K – $5M

Notable investments: Deepset, Hathora.

Founders/Key People: Mick Halsband, Alberto Cresto

Website: https://lunar.vc

  1. M13

M13 is an early-stage consumer tech venture capital firm that supports its founding teams with full-time operating partners, resources, and networks. Founded in 2016 and based in Santa Monica, California, M13 invests in technology, work, health, commerce, and money sectors. The firm is notable for its focus on consumer products and services (both B2C and B2B), financial services, media, e-commerce, and cryptocurrency sectors.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, Canada, Germany, Mexico, Australia.

Operating since: 2016

Investment Focus: Consumer Internet & Media, E-commerce, Cannabis,FoodTech, Consumer Tech, FinTech, EdTech,Digital Health/HealthTech, Housing/PropTech, B2B/Enterprise, SaaS/Software, Logistics & Transportation/Mobility

Stages: Pre-seed, Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 141

Number of exits: 22

Check size: $100K – $10M

Notable investments: Shef, FanDuel, Delphia.

Founders/Key People: Courtney Reum, Latif Peracha

Website: https://m13.co

  1. M25

M25 is an early-stage venture firm based in Chicago, specializing in investing in tech startups headquartered in the Midwest. Established in 2015, M25 has become the most active investor in its region. M25 is known for its concentration on Series A investments and has made significant strides in diversifying its investment portfolio​​​​​​​​​​.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, Sweden.

Operating since: 2015

Investment Focus: Big Data Analytics & IoT, Consumer Apps,E-commerce, EdTech,GovTech & LegalTech, Enterprise/B2B, SaaS/Software, Media & Entertainment & Sports, FinTech & Banking,Food & Beverage/FoodTech, Digital Health/HealthTech Hardware, MarTech/AdTech, Real Estate/PropTech, Transportation & Logistics

Stages: Pre-seed, Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 194

Number of exits: 20

Check size: $1M – $3M

Notable investments: Axuall, Astronomer, Branch App.

Founders/Key People: Mike Asem, Victor Gutwein

Website: https://m25vc.com

  1. MaC Venture Capital

MaC Venture Capital, established in 2019, is a venture capital investment firm headquartered in Los Angeles, California. MaC Venture Capital invests in technology startups that leverage shifts in cultural trends and behaviors, providing both financial support and strategic guidance.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: United States, Nigeria, Kenya, France, Germany, Ghana, Switzerland, Canada, Mexico.

Operating since: 2019

Investment Focus: Consumer Internet, FinTech, EdTech,Digital Health,Digital Media,E-commerce, Logistics/Infrastructure,Mobile, Services, Regulatory,Productivity, SaaS/Software, B2B/Enterprise.

Stages: Pre-seed, Seed, Series A, Series B.

Number of investments: 225

Number of exits: 18

Check size: $500K – $3M

Notable investments: Pipe, Genies.

Founders/Key People: Michael Palank, Marlon Nichols

Website: https://macventurecapital.com

  1. Magenta Venture Partners

Magenta Venture Partners, founded in 2018, is a venture capital firm located in Herzliya, Israel. The firm is exclusively focused on Israeli and Israeli-related early-stage technology startups, with a keen interest in technological sectors.

Headquarters: Israel

Investment Geography: Israel, United States.

Operating since: 2018.

Investment Focus: Automotive, Mobility, Enterprise Software,Smart Cities,IoT,Industry 4.0,AI,FinTech, Digitalization.

Stages: Pre-seed, Seed, Series A, Series B.

Number of investments: 14

Number of exits: 0

Check size: $500K – $2M

Notable investments: Workiz, Veego, 1Beat.

Founders/Key People: Ran Levitzky, Masaji Matsuoka

Website: https://magenta.vc/

  1. Magic Fund

Magic Fund is an early-stage venture capital fund that was established in 2017 and is based in Los Angeles, California. It primarily focuses on investing at the pre-seed and seed stages. Magic Fund’s unique approach is that it is built by founders for founders, emphasizing a community of founders-turned-investors. The firm’s team consists entirely of founders who have transitioned into investors, offering a distinctive perspective and support system for the startups they invest in.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: United States, Nigeria, India, Canada, Indonesia, United Kingdom, Colombia, Egypt, Mexico, Italy, Australia, Netherlands

Operating since: 2017.

Investment Focus: FinTech, Health Care,Digital Health, Women’s Health, MarTech, Hospitality Tech, RetailTech, Logistics,Dev Tools, Blockchain, Crypto,SaaS,B2B, Software,Consumer Tech.

Stages: Pre-seed, Seed, Series A.

Number of investments: 172

Number of exits: 9

Check size: $10K – $10M

Notable investments: Retool, Bolt

Founders/Key People: Luke Day, Jacob Cohen

Website: https://www.magic.fund

  1. Maki.vc

Maki.vc, founded in 2018, is a Helsinki-based venture capital fund that focuses on fueling ambitious and unconventional visions. Maki.vc positions itself as a champion for entrepreneurs who aim to rewrite the future and never conform to category standards. These startups often have ideas that are overlooked by the industry. Maki’s investments span across deep tech and brand-driven companies in Europe.

Headquarters: Finland

Investment Geography: Finland, Norway, United Kingdom, Germany, Denmark, France, Sweden, Netherlands, United States.

Operating since: 2018.

Investment Focus: Deep Tech (AI, VR, AR, IoT, Quantum Computing,Hardware,New Materials,Big Data, CleanTech, Enterprise Software, HealthTech, Digital Health,HRTech, Digital Media, Gaming, eSports, Manufacturing, FoodTech,Mobility,FinTech,Logistics).

Stages: Pre-seed, Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 79

Number of exits: 7

Check size: €300K – €3M

Notable investments: Revela, Happeo.

Founders/Key People: Tim Bolte, Ilkka Kivimaeki

Website: https://maki.vc

  1. Mangrove Capital Partners

Mangrove Capital Partners, founded in 2000 and based in Luxembourg, is recognized for its contrarian, bold, and patient approach to venture capital. The firm is particularly noted for being an early backer of five unicorns, including well-known companies like Skype, Wix, WalkMe, K Health, and TBOL. Mangrove Capital Partners has a reputation for being more than just an investor, positioning themselves as “smart cheerleaders” for the entrepreneurs they back, supporting a wide range of ventures at every stage.

Headquarters: Luxembourg

Investment Geography: United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Israel, Spain, France, Russia, Luxembourg, Denmark, India, Austria, United Arab Emirates.

Operating since: 2000.

Investment Focus: Enterprise Software,AI, ML,Data Analytics, Cloud Infrastructure,Blockchain, Business Intelligence,HealthTech, Digital Health, FinTech,CyberSecurity, Digital Media, RetailTech, JobTech,HRTech, PropTech,MarTech,EdTech, Marketplaces

Stages: Pre-seed, Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 196

Number of exits: 25

Check size: €10K – €5M

Notable investments: Skype, Wix, Wallapop.

Founders/Key People: Michael Rabinowicz, Mark Tluszcz

Website: https://www.mangrove.vc

  1. Manifold Investments

Manifold Group, founded in 2010 and based in Chicago, Illinois, operates as a unique venture holding company. It combines an advisory firm, venture fund, and incubation and acceleration studio under one roof. The organization was established to exploit opportunities in disruptive new business models and technologies. It focuses on funding early and seed-stage ventures, and is involved in company building from formation to pre-seed stages. Manifold Group also offers innovation and strategy consulting services. This multifaceted approach allows Manifold Group to provide comprehensive support to the companies it invests in, not just in terms of capital but also through strategic guidance and operational support​​​​​​​​.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, Canada.

Operating since: 2019.

Investment Focus: FinTech, Consumer Internet, FoodTech, B2B, SaaS,Software,Digital Transformation, Emerging Tech,Blockchain,AI/ML.

Stages: Pre-seed, Seed, Post-Seed, Series A.

Number of investments: 6

Number of exits: 0

Check size: $250K – $1M

Notable investments: Banyan, YellowBird.

Founders/Key People: Matt Anarde, Joe Dwyer

Website: https://www.manifold.group/

  1. Manta Ray Ventures

Manta Ray Ventures is a venture capital firm based in London, United Kingdom, specializing in early-stage investments. They focus on backing mission-driven founders who address significant global challenges using cutting-edge technologies. The firm offers flexible and patient capital, emphasizing the leveraging of time, resources, and networks to support its portfolio companies as effectively as possible​​​​.

Headquarters: UK

Investment Geography: United States, United Kingdom, Poland, Kenya, Germany, Israel, Lithuania, India, Sweden, France, Austria.

Operating since: 2017.

Investment Focus: Enterprise Software, EdTech, FinTech, InsurTech,Consumer Electronics, AR,VR,IoT, Wireless, Construction Tech, Supply Chain, Space, Quantum Computing, CyberSecurity, FoodTech, Robotics, BioTech, TravelTech, HealthTech,Data Analytics, Gaming, Mobility,Transportation,Aerospace.

Stages: Pre-seed, Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 64

Number of exits: 2

Check size: $500K – $12M

Notable investments: Epic Games, Brainly.

Founders/Key People: Lawrence Barclay, Leah Siemens

Website: https://mantaray.vc

  1. Maor Investments

Maor Investments is a Luxembourg-based venture capital firm, established in 2017, with a strategic focus on investing in Israeli technology startups. Maor Investments targets companies with established proof of concept and a need to scale up, thereby focusing on businesses that have already demonstrated some level of viability and are ready for growth. The firm’s approach is specifically tailored towards nurturing the growth and development of these startups, leveraging its expertise and resources to drive their success in the technology sector​​​​​​​​.

Headquarters: Luxembourg

Investment Geography: United States, Israel, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Northern Mariana Islands.

Operating since: 2017.

Investment Focus: Israeli Tech (SaaS,Enterprise Software, AI,Business Intelligence,Data Analytics,FinTech, MarTech, Cyber Security, HealthTech, E-commerce,Real Estate Tech, Digital Media,Sports, EventTech).

Stages: Pre-seed, Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 24

Number of exits: 2

Check size: $3M – $5M

Notable investments: Caralogix, Bizzabo.

Founders/Key People: Philippe Guez, Ido Hart

Website: https://maorinvestments.com

  1. March Capital Partners

March Capital is a venture-growth firm headquartered in Santa Monica, California, and has been investing globally since 2014. This top-tier venture capital and growth equity firm focuses intensely on sector-specific investments. They aim to accelerate founder success by leveraging a global leadership network and engaging deeply with their portfolio companies. March Capital invests in areas like enterprise AI, fintech, cloud/data infrastructure, and gaming​​​​​​​​​​.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: United States, India, United Kingdom, Germany, Israel, Türkiye

Operating since: 2014.

Investment Focus: B2B Software/SaaS,Enterprise AI,Cyber Security,FinTech,Data Infrastructure,E-commerce Enablement, Gaming.

Stages: Pre-seed, Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 132

Number of exits: 18

Check size: $500K – $10M

Notable investments: CrowdStrike, KnowBe4

Founders/Key People: Jamie Montgomery, Sumant Mandal

Website: https://marchcp.com

  1. Marchmont Ventures

Marchmont Ventures, founded in 2018 and based in London, United Kingdom, is a venture capital firm focusing on digital sectors. This firm is dedicated to supporting creativity in business, arts, crafts, heritage protection, and land management for the long term. Their approach includes fostering sustainable creativity in the arts, crafts, and early-stage businesses. Despite its focus on creativity, Marchmont Ventures has a global outlook and seeks to make impactful investments in various sectors​​​​​​​​​​.

Headquarters: UK

Investment Geography: Germany, UK.

Operating since: 2018.

Investment Focus: Sustainable Creativity (B2B Enterprise Software,FinTech,FoodTech/AgTech,Real Estate,TravelTech,Consumer,Marketplaces).

Stages: Pre-seed, Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B.

Number of investments: 6

Number of exits: 0

Check size: $300K – $5M

Notable investments: Motorway, GetAgent.

Founders/Key People: Alan Martin

Website: https://marchmontventures.com

  1. MassMutual Ventures (CVC)

MassMutual Ventures (MMV) is a multi-stage global venture capital firm founded in 2014 as a venture capital arm of MassMutual Financial Group. Headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, MMV specializes in investments across various domains, including enterprise software, cybersecurity, financial technology, digital health, and climate technology companies. The firm plays an active role in the growth of the companies it invests in by providing capital, connections, and strategic advice.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: United States, Singapore, India, United Kingdom, Israel, Canada, Austria, Australia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Hungary, France.

Operating since: 2014.

Investment Focus: B2B Enterprise Software, CyberSecurity, FinTech, Digital Health.

Stages: Pre-seed, Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 127

Number of exits: 16

Check size: $100K – $5M

Notable investments: RiskIQ, Nydig

Founders/Key People: Eric Emmons, Mark Goodman

Website: https://massmutualventures.com/

  1. Matchstick Ventures

Matchstick Ventures, founded in 2013, is a venture capital firm that operates with a focus on early-stage technology investments. The firm primarily targets the North and Rockies regions, seeking to be the most impactful early-stage technology investor in these areas. Matchstick Ventures invests in startups at the seed and early stages, with an emphasis on innovative ideas, large markets, and diverse founders. 

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, Canada, India, Brazil.

Operating since: 2015.

Investment Focus: Consumer Internet,FinTech, E-commerce,Digital Health,SaaS/Software, B2B/Enterprise, AI & Data Analytics, CyberSecurity.

Stage: Pre-Seed, Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B.

Number of investments: 141

Number of exits: 11

Check size: $10K – $1M

Notable investments: Branch App, Nextbite.

Founders/Key People: Ryan Broshar, Natty Zola

Website: https://www.matchstick.vc/

  1. Matrix Partners

Matrix Partners, established in 1977, is a U.S.-based private equity investment firm with a strong focus on venture capital investments. Headquartered in San Francisco, California, the firm primarily invests in seed and early-stage companies in the United States and India. The firm has made significant contributions to the venture capital landscape, supporting innovative startups and early-stage companies in various technology-driven fields​​​​​​​​.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: United States, China, India, Singapore, Canada, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Israel, Australia, France, Estonia, Denmark

Operating since: 1977.

Investment Focus: Consumer Tech,SaaS,Mobile,Hardware,E-commerce,Fashion,FoodTech,FinTech,Digital Media,PropTech,Mobility,Marketplaces,Enterprise Tech,Infrastructure,Enterprise Software,AI,Big Data,Data Analytics,Cyber Security,Telecom,Semiconductors,Wireless,HRTech.

Stage: Pre-Seed, Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 896

Number of exits: 177

Check size: $100K – $50M

Notable investments: Apple, Canva

Founders/Key People: Mark McDonnell, Anthony Papalia

Website: https://www.matrix.vc

  1. Mayfield Fund

Mayfield, also known as Mayfield Fund, is a distinguished venture capital firm based in the United States, particularly in Menlo Park, California. Established in 1969, it stands as one of Silicon Valley’s oldest venture capital firms. Mayfield specializes in early-stage to growth-stage investments, focusing primarily on enterprise and consumer technology companies. The firm takes a people-first approach in its investments, partnering with founders from the inception stage to build multi-billion dollar companies.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: United States, India, China, United Kingdom, Australia, Israel, Singapore, France, Taiwan, Uruguay, Canada, Tonga.

Operating since: 1969.

Investment Focus: Enterprise/B2B (Software/SaaS,Cloud/Infrastructure/Data,AI/ML,MarTech, Cyber Security,HRTech, Telecom/Hardware), Consumer (Consumer Internet,E-commerce, FinTech, Media/Entertainment, AR/VR, Health & Fitness,Mobility), Engineering Biology (BioTech/Digital Health/HealthTech).

Stage: Pre-Seed, Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 1039

Number of exits: 246

Check size: $100K – $50M

Notable investments: Lyft, Marketo

Founders/Key People: Navin Chaddha, Guru Pangal

Website: https://www.mayfield.com

  1. Mendoza Ventures

Mendoza Ventures, established in 2016, is a venture capital firm based in Boston, Massachusetts, specializing in early and growth-stage investments. The firm is particularly focused on Fintech, AI, and Cybersecurity sectors. Mendoza Ventures stands out for its actively managed approach to venture capital, investing in areas where the team has substantial domain expertise.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, UK, Canada.

Operating since: 2016.

Investment Focus: AI, FinTech, Cyber Security, Blockchain,SaaS,E-commerce.

Stage: Pre-Seed, Seed, Post-Seed, Series A.

Number of investments: 15

Number of exits: 2

Check size: $100K – $5M

Notable investments: SensoAI, FiVerity

Founders/Key People: Susana Hirs, Adrian Mendoza

Website: https://mendoza-ventures.com

  1. Mercury Fund

Mercury Fund is an early-stage venture capital platform based in Houston, Texas, founded in 2005. The firm focuses on transformative software startups across America, particularly those led by exceptional founders. Their investment interests lie predominantly in SaaS, cloud, data, and artificial intelligence sectors. The firm’s investment strategy is characterized by a strong focus on entrepreneurs and software innovation originating in Middle America.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, UK, Senegal, Israel

Operating since: 2005.

Investment Focus: Software/SaaS/Cloud/Marketplace (FinTech/Blockchain, Data, Customer Journeys, Work/HRTech, Digital Transformation/Energy, Manufacturing, Logistics & Supply Chain, B2B).

Stage: Pre-Seed, Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 225

Number of exits: 22

Check size: $250K – $4M

Notable investments: Salesforce, IronClad

Founders/Key People: Adrian Fortino, Aziz Gilani

Website: https://mercuryfund.com

  1. Midven

Midven is a specialist venture capital company based in Birmingham, United Kingdom. Established in 1990, the firm primarily provides investment to fast-growing small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). The firm is part of Future Planet Capital, a global impact investor, and emphasizes empowering entrepreneurs in the West Midlands, fostering collaborations to create a fertile environment for innovative early-stage businesses.

Headquarters: UK

Investment Geography: United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Israel, Egypt.

Operating since: 1991.

Investment Focus: Environmental Tech, Energy, Gas, Semiconductors,Composites,New Materials, Sensors, SpaceTech, Enterprise Infrastructure,Enterprise Software,Digital Media, Content, Telecom, EdTech,FinTech, CyberSecurity, Gaming, Manufacturing, MedTech, Medical Devices, BioTech, Diagnostics, Therapeutics, Drug Discovery, HealthTech, FoodTech, AdTech, MarTech, Data Analytics, Business Intelligence, Consumer Brands, E-commerce, Marketplaces.

Stage: Pre-Seed, Seed, Post-Seed, Series A.

Number of investments: 137

Number of exits: 25

Check size: $500K – $1M

Notable investments: Paymob, ScriptSwitch.

Founders/Key People: Rupert Lyle

Website: https://midven.co.uk

  1. Millennium Technology Value Partners

Millennium Technology Value Partners, founded in 2002 and based in New York, New York, is a venture capital firm specializing in investments in artificial intelligence, machine learning, robotics, and sensors sectors. The firm is recognized for its focus on technology, media, and telecommunications & software sectors. As a growth equity firm, Millennium Technology Value Partners concentrates on investing in the world’s leading technology companies.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: United States, Mexico, United Kingdom, Canada, Taiwan, Switzerland, Sweden, China, Spain, South Africa, Germany, India.

Operating since: 2000.

Investment Focus: Communications & Networks,Consumer Internet & Digital Media,Payments & FinTech,Software & Services,Advanced Tech (AI,Autonomous Driving,Drones,Robotics,Sensors,Big Data),Future of Work,B2B & Enterprise.

Stage: Pre-Seed, Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 111

Number of exits: 25

Check size: $1M – $50M

Notable investments: Spotify, Alibaba, Pinterest.

Founders/Key People: Sam Schwerin, Jack Overton

Website: https://www.mtvlp.com/

  1. Mistral Venture Partners

Mistral Venture Partners is a venture capital investment firm established in 2013 and headquartered in Ottawa, Canada. The firm focuses on making pre-seed and seed investments in companies operating in enterprise software, artificial intelligence, and marketplace sectors. Mistral Venture Partners is distinguished by its team of seasoned investors, who are former entrepreneurs, operators, and long-time venture capitalists, each bringing extensive experience in company building. 

Headquarters: Canada

Investment Geography: Canada, USA, Israel.

Operating since: 2014.

Investment Focus: Enterprise SaaS, Enterprise Software,IoT, Marketplaces, Cloud Computing,AI,ML,Data Analytics,FinTech, Blockchain, CyberSecurity, EdTech, FoodTech,Sensors,Telcom,LegalTech,HRTech,MarTech.

Stage: Pre-Seed, Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 64

Number of exits: 7

Check size: $100K – $2M

Notable investments: Ritual.co, Rewind

Founders/Key People: Pablo Srugo, Code Cubitt

Website: https://mistral.vc

  1. MizMaa Ventures

MizMaa Ventures, founded in 2016, is an early-stage venture capital firm based in Tel Aviv, Israel. The firm actively invests in deep technology innovators emerging from Israel’s high-tech sector, with a focus on supporting early-stage startups. MizMaa Ventures provides not only long-term investment capital but also brings a wealth of investment, marketing, finance, and systems expertise.

Headquarters: Israel

Investment Geography: Israel, United States, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom

Operating since: 2016.

Investment Focus: Deep Technology (Artificial Intelligence/AI & Automation,Mobility,Cyber Security,FinTech/Blockchain,Cloud Computing/Serverless Computing,B2B/Enterprise,Software/SaaS)

Stage: Pre-Seed, Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 38

Number of exits: 6

Check size: $500K – $5M

Notable investments: Cheq, Coro

Founders/Key People: Catherine Leung, Isaac Applbaum

Website: https://www.mizmaa.com

  1. MMC Ventures

MMC Ventures, founded in 2000, is a venture capital investment firm based in London, United Kingdom. The firm has a keen interest in investing in innovative technology sector companies. As one of the most active early-stage tech investors in Europe, MMC Ventures’ investment strategy is focused on sectors such as enterprise AI, fintech, data-driven health, data infrastructure, and cloud. The firm’s portfolio includes a diverse range of companies, with a preference for investing in Seed and Series A stages.

Headquarters: UK

Investment Geography: United Kingdom, United States, France, Germany, Spain, Israel, Austria, Denmark, Norway.

Operating since: 2000.

Investment Focus: FinTech/InsurTech,Digital Health,Consumer Internet,Consumer Products,E-commerce, Digital Media/MediaTech,Enterprise/B2B,AI & Data Analytics, SaaS/Software, MarTech,HRTech,Cyber Security, RetailTech.

Stage: Pre-Seed, Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 207

Number of exits: 24

Check size: $1M – $27M

Notable investments: Gousto, Synthesia.

Founders/Key People: Bruce Macfarlane

Website: https://mmc.vc

  1. Moderne Ventures

Moderne Ventures, founded in 2015 and headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, is a strategic venture capital firm. The firm predominantly invests in technology companies operating within the substantial industries of real estate, finance, insurance, and home services. Moderne Ventures has an expansive approach, focusing on technologies innovating around real estate, finance, insurance, ESG, and home services industries.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: United States, France, United Kingdom, Finland, India, Canada.

Operating since: 2015.

Investment Focus: Real Estate/PropTech, Mortgage, FinTech/InsurTech,Hospitality,Home Services, B2B/Enterprise, SaaS/Software,Data & Analytics,Consumer Internet/Consumer Tech,IoT.

Stage: Pre-Seed, Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 103

Number of exits: 21

Check size: $1M – $7M

Notable investments: ICON, Better Mortgage

Founders/Key People: Constance Freedman, Alex Allison

Website: https://www.moderneventures.com

  1. Modus Capital

Modus Capital, founded in 2015 and based in New York, New York, is a venture capital firm with a focus on technology companies across various sectors. The firm operates as a “venture platform” in the MENA region, incorporating VC funds, Venture Builders, and a Corporate Innovation arm. Modus Capital’s approach involves a venture-building program designed to empower founders, which includes a nine-month program for nurturing and launching startups.

Headquarters: Egypt

Investment Geography: United States, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Canada.

Operating since: 2015.

Investment Focus: Social Impact (SaaS/Software,Enterprise/B2B,Media,Consumer Internet, FinTech, EdTech, Digital Health,MedTech,E-commerce,Consumer Products).

Stage: Pre-Seed, Seed, Post-Seed, Series A.

Number of investments: 19

Number of exits: 1

Check size: $250K – $1M

Notable investments: Ogram, Meddy

Founders/Key People: Kareem Elsirafy

Website: https://modus.vc

  1. Molten Ventures

Molten Ventures, previously known as Draper Esprit, is a leading venture capital firm based in London, United Kingdom. Founded in 2006, the firm specializes in investing in and developing high-growth digital technology businesses. The firm invests in the European technology sector and has a diverse portfolio of around 70 investee companies.

Headquarters: UK

Investment Geography: United Kingdom, United States, Germany, Ireland, France, Finland, Sweden, Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Türkiye, Czech Republic.

Operating since: 2006.

Investment Focus: Enterprise Software,SaaS,FinTech,MarTech,Semiconductors,Digital Health,Digital Media,E-commerce,Consumer,Hardware,Gaming,Sports,Energy,Cyber Security, Travel, LegalTech, FoodTech,HRTech,DeepTech.

Stage: Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 301

Number of exits: 54

Check size: $300K – $3M.

Notable investments: Revolut, Box

Founders/Key People: Martin Davis, David Cummings

Website: https://www.moltenventures.com/

  1. Moneta Capital

Moneta Venture Capital, founded in 2014, is a venture capital firm based in Tel Aviv, Israel. The firm is known for its active involvement in the FinTech, InsurTech, and Financial related investments sectors. Moneta Venture Capital has a strong focus on early-stage companies, particularly in business-to-business enterprise software operating in healthcare, education, finance, and other domains, primarily across the United States’ West Coast and Texas.

Headquarters: Israel

Investment Geography: Israel, USA, UK

Operating since: 2015.

Investment Focus: FinTech, InsurTech (Big Data,AI,ML,NLP,Blockchain,Cloud,Enterprise Software – Credit Risk,Capital Markets, Tax,Fraud,Churn,Payments).

Stage: Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 40

Number of exits: 5

Check size: $500K – $5M

Notable investments: Insurify, TipRanks

Founders/Key People: Meirav Harnoy, Adoram Gaash

Website: https://www.monetavc.com

  1. Moneta Ventures

Moneta Ventures, founded in 2014 and based in Folsom, California, is a venture capital firm that primarily invests in business-to-business enterprise software companies. Moneta Ventures is recognized for its commitment to supporting and growing promising early-stage startups into world-changing companies. Their philosophy emphasizes not just the provision of capital but also the support for dynamic entrepreneurs in the crucial early stages of their ventures.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: United States, India, Canada, Hong Kong, United Kingdom, Mexico.

Operating since: 2014.

Investment Focus: Enterprise Software,Cyber Security,Cloud Computing,AI,Big Data,Data Analytics,IoT, FinTech,E-commerce, MarTech,AR, VR,Blockchain, HRTech, Gaming,AutoTech,HealthTech, BioTech,Life Sciences, AgTech,Consumer, Drones, EdTech,Transporation,Wearables.

Stage: Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B.

Number of investments: 60

Number of exits: 3

Check size: $500K – $5M

Notable investments: MindTickle, Grin

Founders/Key People: Lokesh Sikaria, Marvin Soohoo

Website: https://www.moneta.vc

  1. Monk’s Hill Ventures

Monk’s Hill Ventures, established in 2014, is a venture capital firm based in Singapore. The firm primarily focuses on making investments in early-stage and later-stage companies that operate in diverse sectors such as software, media, commercial services, SaaS, Mobile, fintech, big data, and TMT, all within the Southeast Asian region. As an active participant in the venture capital landscape, Monk’s Hill Ventures has made a significant impact in fostering the growth of tech companies, particularly focusing on Series A and beyond stages of development.

Headquarters: Singapore

Investment Geography: Singapore, Indonesia, United States, Malaysia, Philippines, Estonia, Germany, Thailand, Taiwan, Vietnam, United Kingdom

Operating since: 2014.

Investment Focus: Consumer Internet, FinTech,HealthTech,EdTech,Social Media,Mobility,TravelTech,B2B Software/SaaS, B2B Services, HRTech, Cyber Security,AdTech,Logistics,PropTech.

Stage: Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B.

Number of investments: 72

Number of exits: 3

Check size: $100K – $10M

Notable investments: Ninja Van, Scalable Capital

Founders/Key People: Kuo-Yi Lim, Peng Ong

Website: https://www.monkshill.com

  1. Moonfire Ventures

Moonfire Ventures, an early-stage venture capital firm based in Europe, is focused on investing in technology startups with high potential to become world-leading companies. The firm is recognized for combining a human and tech approach, leveraging proprietary machine learning models and software across the venture capital value chain. This innovative approach allows Moonfire Ventures to address founder challenges at scale with enhanced knowledge and speed.

Headquarters: UK

Investment Geography: United Kingdom, United States, France, Germany, Finland, Belgium, Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Iceland.

Operating since: 2003.

Investment Focus: Enterprise Software,FinTech,Entertainment,Digital Media,AR,VR,Gaming.

Stage: Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B.

Number of investments: 33

Number of exits: 0

Check size: $100K – $2M

Notable investments: Faculty, Pento

Founders/Key People: Mattias Ljungman, Mike Arpaia

Website: https://www.moonfire.com

  1. Moonshots Capital

Moonshots Capital, established in 2014, is a seed-stage venture capital firm based in Marina del Rey, California, with a regional office in Austin, Texas. The firm focuses on investing in technology startups, particularly those founded by military veterans. Moonshots Capital has a broad investment spectrum, including sectors like mobile, artificial intelligence, SaaS, cybersecurity, finance, gaming, transportation, and wearables.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, Singapore

Operating since: 2014.

Investment Focus: Consumer Internet,Consumer Goods,Mobile,E-commerce,FinTech,EdTech,Digital Health,BioTech,PropTech,Enterprise Software,SaaS,Cyber Security,B2B Services.

Stage: Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 144

Number of exits: 16

Check size: $500K – $3M

Notable investments: LinkedIn, Slack

Founders/Key People: Kelly Perdew

Website: https://www.moonshotscapital.com

  1. MoreTech VC

MoreTech Ventures is a venture capital firm founded in 2020, based in Tel Aviv, Israel. It focuses on Israeli and Israeli-related growth-stage investment opportunities across various market segments. The firm’s primary objective is to fund exceptional management teams with innovative technology aimed at solving significant problems.

Headquarters: Israel

Investment Geography: Israel, USA

Operating since: 2020.

Investment Focus: Israeli Tech (Cloud,AI/ML,Computer Vision,FinTech,Gaming & Sports,Cyber Security,MarTech,MedTech,Robotics,SaaS,B2B).

Stage: Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 11

Number of exits: 2

Check size: $100K – $2M

Notable investments: Weka, Tomorrow.io

Founders/Key People: Zack Keinan, Sam Bernstein

Website: https://www.moretech.vc

  1. Morpheus Ventures

Morpheus Ventures is an early-stage venture capital firm founded in 2016, headquartered in Los Angeles, California. Morpheus Ventures is noted for its role in guiding early-stage companies to overcome traditional roadblocks and achieve hyper-growth.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: United States, Australia, United Kingdom, Germany, Mexico, Ireland

Operating since: 2016.

Investment Focus: AI & Data Analytics,Robotics & Hardware,Industrial Automation & Industry 4.0,Quantum Computing,B2B/Enterprise,SaaS/Software, FinTech/InsurTech, HealthTech,Real Estate/PropTech,Consumer Tech/Consumer Internet

Stage: Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 42

Number of exits: 5

Check size: $500K – $5M

Notable investments: Bridg, Bestow

Founders/Key People: Joseph Miller, Howard Ko

Website: https://morpheus.com

  1. Mosaic Ventures

Mosaic Ventures, founded in 2014, is a venture capital firm based in London, focused on investing across Europe. The firm primarily invests in early-stage companies, particularly in Series A funding rounds. This firm has been instrumental in funding innovative startups and has a track record of actively seeking new investment opportunities​​​​.

Headquarters: UK

Investment Geography: United Kingdom, United States, Germany, France, Israel, Ireland, Lithuania, Canada, Sweden, Estonia, Netherlands.

Operating since: 2014.

Investment Focus: Machine Intelligence/AI,Future of Money/FinTech,Edge Applications, Computing, Work OS/Future of Work,Human Empowerment, HealthTech, EdTech/Software, Open Bazaars/Commerce/E-commerce,Consumer/B2B.

Stage: Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 86

Number of exits: 23

Check size: $1M – $10M

Notable investments: Blockchain.com, Five9

Founders/Key People: Toby Coppel, Simone Levene

Website: https://www.mosaicventures.com

  1. Motley Fool Ventures

Motley Fool Ventures, established in 2018 as a sister company of The Motley Fool, is an early-stage venture capital fund. Based in Alexandria, Virginia, this fund specializes in identifying and investing in exceptional early-stage technology companies. Motley Fool Ventures blends traditional venture capital fund attributes, like having outside limited partners and focusing on investor returns, with the unique advantage of being backed by a successful operating company, The Motley Fool. This combination allows them access to resources uncommon in the venture capital industry.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: United States, Ireland, Nigeria, India, United Kingdom.

Operating since: 2018.

Investment Focus: FinTech,Digital Health,Industry Tech,Enterprise Software,SaaS,Real Estate,PropTech,Consumer Internet Consumer Services,Marketplace.

Stage: Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 50

Number of exits: 3

Check size: $500K – $2M

Notable investments: Esusu, Caribou

Founders/Key People: Brendan Matthews, Thomas Jones

Website: https://foolventures.com/

  1. Moxxie Ventures

Moxxie Ventures, founded in 2019, is a seed-stage venture capital firm based in Mountain View, California. Moxxie Ventures is known for its proactive approach to influencing the future positively by investing in founders who improve life and work. Their philosophy emphasizes backing exceptional founders in early-stage technology companies. 

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: United States, Canada, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Kenya.

Operating since: 2019.

Investment Focus: Consumer Internet, Enterprise/B2B, SaaS/Software, FinTech, HealthTech/Digital Health,Climate.

Stage: Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B.

Number of investments: 35

Number of exits: 0

Check size: $200K – $2M

Notable investments: Daily, Certn

Founders/Key People: Alex Roetter

Website: https://www.moxxie.vc

  1. Mubadala Capital Ventures (CVC)

Mubadala Capital, a wholly-owned asset management subsidiary of Mubadala Investment Company, is a key player in the global asset management sector. Established in 2011 and based in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Mubadala Capital has a diverse investment portfolio that includes sectors such as enterprise, cloud, logistics, mobility, tech-enabled healthcare, fintech, insurance tech, consumer, and marketplace, with a geographical focus across North America, Europe, the Middle East, and North Africa​​.

Headquarters: UAE

Investment Geography: United States, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Russia, Germany, Brazil, Sweden, China, Spain, Canada, Switzerland, Japan.

Operating since: 2002.

Investment Focus: Enterprise & Cloud,SaaS/Software,Logistics & Mobility,Digital Health/HealthTech, FinTech & InsurTech,Consumer Tech & Marketplaces.

Stage: Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 114

Number of exits: 21

Check size: $500K – $50M

Notable investments: Softbank, Waymo

Founders/Key People: Joseph Fitzpatrick

Website: https://www.mubadala.com/

  1. Mucker Capital

Mucker Capital, founded in 2011, is a venture capital firm headquartered in Santa Monica, California. The firm primarily focuses on investing in seed-stage and early-stage companies operating within the software and technology sectors​​. Mucker Capital is known for its investments in internet software, services, and media, with a particular emphasis on defensible and scalable businesses​​. The firm also operates MuckerLab, which serves as an acceleration platform for its investment activities​​.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: United States, Canada, Mexico, Taiwan, United Kingdom, Poland, Kuwait, Panama, France, Singapore.

Operating since: 2011.

Investment Focus: Consumer Internet,FinTech,E-commerce,EdTech,Digital Health/HealthTech,Digital Media/Gaming,Enterprise/B2B,SaaS/Software,MarTech,Cyber Security,HRTech,PropTech.

Stage: Seed, Post-Seed, Series A.

Number of investments: 256

Number of exits: 18

Check size: $100K – $3M

Notable investments: ServiceTitan, Honey

Founders/Key People: William Hsu, Erik Rannala

Website: https://www.mucker.com

  1. N49P Ventures

N49P is a venture capital firm that concentrates on seed-stage investments in Canadian technology startups. Founded in 2019, N49P is actively seeking new investments and operates primarily out of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. N49P’s investment strategy is characterized by its focus on early-stage Canadian venture scale technology startups, spanning a broad range of industries and business models, with a preference for software companies. The firm’s approach is tailored to startups at various stages of development, from idea and pre-product to the seed round​​​​.

Headquarters: Canada

Investment Geography: USA, Canada

Operating since: 2019.

Investment Focus: Software,SaaS,B2B,Enterprise,FinTech, PropTech,HealthTech, EdTech, Blockchain,AI/ML, Cyber Security, HRTech,Consumer Tech

Stage: Seed, Post-Seed, Series A.

Number of investments: 40

Number of exits: 2

Check size: $100K – $1M

Notable investments: Moonshot Brands, Voiceflow

Founders/Key People: Alex Norman, Omar Dhalla

Website: https://www.n49p.com

  1. Nama Ventures

Nama Ventures is a pre-seed venture capital fund that primarily targets technology startups in the MENA region, with a particular focus on Saudi Arabia. Established in 2019, the firm is based in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, and is dedicated to nurturing innovative ideas and guiding founders to create exceptional companies.

Headquarters: Saudi Arabia

Investment Geography: Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Nigeria, United States, Pakistan, Bahrain, Jordan, United Kingdom, Canada, India.

Operating since: 2018.

Investment Focus: Consumer Internet,Marketplace,E-commerce,FinTech,EdTech,Digital Health,Digital Media,TravelTech,Enterprise/B2B,Software/SaaS,MarTech/AdTech,Cyber Security, DevTools, HRTech, RetailTech, Hardware/Robotics, Construction, Transportation, Energy

Stage: Seed, Post-Seed, Series A.

Number of investments: 41

Number of exits: 0

Check size: $100K – $1M

Notable investments: Tajir, Tamara

Founders/Key People: Mohammed Alzubi

Website: https://www.namaventures.com

  1. Naples Technology Ventures

Naples Technology Ventures (NTV), established in 2018 and based in Naples, Florida, is a venture capital firm that focuses on investing in early-stage technology and services companies. The firm primarily invests in sectors such as financial services, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, aerospace, defense, and media. NTV seeks out companies that offer strong value-adds and demonstrate potential in emergent and/or expanding markets, typically with Software-As-A-Service (SaaS) and/or a Services-based model.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA

Operating since: 2018

Investment Focus: FinTech/InsurTech,Digital Health/HealthTech,B2B,SaaS/Software, MarTech, AI/Machine Learning, Blockchain, IoT, Robotics.

Stage: Seed, Post-Seed, Series A.

Number of investments: 24

Number of exits: 2

Check size: $500K – $5M

Notable investments: Tomahawk Robotics, Kasisto

Founders/Key People: Brij Sharma, Bob Diromualdo

Website: https://www.naplestechnologyventures.com/

  1. Nazca

Nazca Ventures, founded in 2014 and based in Mexico City, is a venture capital firm that focuses on transformative technology-enabled businesses. The firm has a distinct approach, catering to entrepreneurs in Mexico and Latin America, providing them with revolutionary empowerment. Nazca Ventures positions itself as a firm by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs. Nazca Ventures, formerly known as Mountain Nazca, offers comprehensive support to startups in their early stages​​​​​​​​.

Headquarters: Mexico

Investment Geography: Mexico, United States, Chile, Spain, Peru, Colombia, Singapore, Argentina, United Kingdom, India, Uruguay.

Operating since: 2014

Investment Focus: BioTech, Commerce, Data,EdTech,FinTech,FoodTech,HealthTech, InsurTech, Logistics, PropTech,SpaceTech,B2B,SaaS,Software,Consumer Tech

Stage: Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 105

Number of exits: 10

Check size: $100K – $5M

Notable investments: VoxFeed, Albo

Founders/Key People: Marc Penkala, Manolo Atala

Website: https://nazca.vc

  1. NCT Ventures

NCT Ventures, established in 2000, is a venture capital firm based in Columbus, Ohio. The firm primarily focuses on investing in seed-stage, early-stage, and later-stage companies. Its investment interests span various sectors including B2B, commercial products, services, healthcare, and technology, with a geographical focus on the Midwest region of the United States. NCT Ventures is known for backing technology companies that disrupt major industries. Over the years, they have developed a reputation for partnering with innovators and providing hands-on operational support to help visionary entrepreneurs succeed. This approach has been shaped by the firm’s extensive entrepreneurial experience​​​​​​.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA

Operating since: 2000

Investment Focus: Enterprise Software,Health Care IT,MarTech,EnergyTech, Mobility, AdTech,FinTech,Cyber Security,Data Analytics,RetailTech,FoodTech,Hardware,HRTech.

Stage: Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 48

Number of exits: 12

Check size: $100K – $1M

Notable investments: Enlace Health, Olive

Founders/Key People: Rich Langdale

Website: https://nctventures.com

  1. Neue Capital

NeueCapital Partners, a venture capital firm based in Palo Alto, California, emphasizes investment strategies for emerging software businesses seeking long-term support and entry into the North American market. The firm, while maintaining a global perspective, has a keen focus on the European and Israeli software sectors, especially in the B2B space. Their approach is characterized by providing entrepreneurs with not just financial capital but also market intelligence, legal and regulatory advice, and strategic business partnerships. This holistic support system is designed to nurture the growth and success of their investments​​​.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: Germany, Switzerland

Operating since: 2017

Investment Focus: European & Israeli B2B Software (SaaS,FinTech,MarTech,Vertical Enterprise Software).

Stage: Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series C.

Number of investments: 5

Number of exits: 0

Check size: $2M – $12M

Notable investments: Wyden, Zeotap

Founders/Key People: Stefan Friese

Website: https://neuecapital.com

  1. New Enterprise Associates (NEA)

New Enterprise Associates (NEA) is a prominent American-based venture capital firm, founded in 1977. NEA is recognized for its wide-ranging investment scope, covering the seed stage through growth stage across a variety of industry sectors with a global outlook. NEA’s investment strategy spans across technology and healthcare sectors, and it is headquartered in Lutherville-Timonium, Maryland. Additionally, NEA has made a significant impact with its substantial number of investments and exits, reflecting its active role in the venture capital ecosystem​.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: United States, India, China, United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, Switzerland, Netherlands, Israel, France, Spain, Sweden.

Operating since: 2017

Investment Focus: Enterprise Tech/B2B,Software & Services,AI & Data Analytics,DeepTech & Automation,Systems, Consumer Tech & Consumer Internet,FinTech,EdTech,HealthCare,Life Sciences,BioTech,Digital Health,Medical Devices.

Stage: Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 2799

Number of exits: 647

Check size: $1M – $50M

Notable investments: ByteDance, Salesforce

Founders/Key People: Thomas Undefined, Emma Shevchenko

Website: https://www.nea.com

  1. New Ground Ventures

New Ground Ventures is a venture capital firm known for its active role in early-stage investments. Founded in 2013 and based in Palo Alto, California, the firm has a significant footprint in the venture capital space. It operates as an investment platform, offering both funding and support to its portfolio companies.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: United States, Australia, Canada, Germany

Operating since: 2013

Investment Focus: EdTech, FinTech, FoodTech, Consumer Brands, E-commerce, Digital Health/BioTech/Medical Devices, Enterprise/B2B, Software/SaaS, Future of Work, DeepTech/Robotics/Hardware.

Stage: Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B.

Number of investments: 63

Number of exits: 17

Check size: $1M – $5M

Notable investments: Petal, YFood Labs

Founders/Key People: Suzy Wolfson

Website: https://www.newground.vc

  1. Newfund Capital

Newfund Capital, founded in 2008, is a venture capital firm that specializes in early-stage investments. It is distinguished for being the first early-stage VC based in both Paris and Silicon Valley. With $300 million in assets under management (AUM), Newfund has been a significant player in the venture capital landscape, mainly supported by entrepreneurs and family offices. The firm operates in France and North America, demonstrating a broad geographic reach in its investment strategy​​​​​​​​.

Headquarters: France

Investment Geography: France, United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, Israel, Belgium, Luxembourg, China, Mauritius, Senegal.

Operating since: 2008

Investment Focus: Enterprise Software, Infrastructure & Networks, Retail, RetailTech, E-commerce, Enterprise, Consumer, Hardware, Energy, CleanTech, FinTech, HealthTech, Marketplaces, EdTech, Construction & Real Estate, FoodTech, HRTech, AdTech, Hospitality, TravelTech, Gaming, Entertainment, Automotive, IoT, NanoTech, Blockchain, Crypto.

Stage: Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B.

Number of investments: 185

Number of exits: 32

Check size: €500K – €2M

Notable investments: Aircall, Zinier

Founders/Key People: Francois Veron, Patrick Malka

Website: https://newfundcap.com/

  1. Newtown Partners

NewTown Partners is an early-stage venture capital firm with a focus on investing in emerging and disruptive technology startups. Founded by Vinny Lingham and Llew Claasen, the firm benefits from its founders’ international entrepreneurial success. NewTown Partners brings an entrepreneurial approach to its investments, extending beyond mere financial support. The team, experienced in launching, growing, and selling technology startups, has a proven track record in nurturing early-stage companies from their inception to becoming market leaders​​.

Headquarters: South Africa

Investment Geography: United States, South Africa, Nigeria, Hong Kong, Singapore, Kenya, Ghana, Canada, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Egypt, Mexico.

Operating since: 2014

Investment Focus: Enterprise Software, Cloud Infrastructure, Blockchain, Data Analytics, AR, FinTech, Crypto, CyberSecurity, Gaming, IoT, Supply Chain, Marketplaces.

Stage: Seed, Post-Seed, Series A.

Number of investments: 22

Number of exits: 2

Check size: $10K – $1M

Notable investments: Policy Genius, Teachable

Founders/Key People: Llew Claasen

Website: https://www.newtownpartners.com

  1. Newzone Ventures

NewZone VC Partners is a Pan-European venture capital fund recognized for its experienced team of partners who are builders, operators, and venture capitalists themselves. They offer practical advice to founders in areas such as development, operations, and team recruitment. The firm positions itself as a long-term collaborative partner to exceptional founders, particularly focusing on tech-enabled businesses that are building category-defining outcomes. Their goal is to support sustainable business models for the next generation with a long-term and collaborative approach towards founders who are ready to tackle various challenges. NewZone VC Partners has offices in London and Lisbon​​​​​​​​​​​​.

Headquarters: Portugal

Investment Geography: Portugal, United Kingdom, United States, Finland, Netherlands, Spain, Ireland, Poland, Brazil, China, Germany.

Operating since: 2021.

Investment Focus: Enterprise Software, Cloud Infrastructure, AI, ML, Data Analytics, Fashion, Retail, FinTech, InsurTech, JobTech, HRTech, MarTech, Logistics, Digital Media, Gaming, EdTech, EnergyTech, Marketplaces.

Stage: Seed, Post-Seed, Series A.

Number of investments: 44

Number of exits: 2

Check size: $500K – $10M

Notable investments: Visor.ai, Coverflex

Founders/Key People: David Boulton

Website: https://newzone.vc/

  1. Next Frontier Capital

Next Frontier Capital, established in 2015 and headquartered in Bozeman, Montana, is a venture capital investment firm focusing on the software, pharmaceutical, and biotechnology sectors. The firm operates additional offices in Boulder, Missoula, and Salt Lake City. It partners with entrepreneurs to build technology companies, supporting venture investments and co-leading financings in firms that show product-market fit and history of capital growth.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, Mexico

Operating since: 2015.

Investment Focus: Enterprise Software, AI, Data Analytics, Data Science, FinTech, BioTech, HealthTech, Health Care, Biopharma, Therapeutics, MarTech, HRTech, Gaming, Cyber Security, IoT, Digital Media, MediaTech, Dev Tools.

Stage: Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 63

Number of exits: 9

Check size: $1M – $10M

Notable investments: Aumni, onXmaps

Founders/Key People: Les Craig, Kristen Suddath

Website: https://www.nextfrontiercapital.com

  1. NextGen Venture Partners

NextGen Venture Partners, founded in 2012, is a venture capital investment firm based in Baltimore, Maryland. The firm specializes in early-stage investments and primarily invests in technology startups. It supports venture investments and co-leads financings in firms that demonstrate potential for growth.

With a network of over 1700 venture partners who are top entrepreneurs and executives, NextGen Venture Partners provides entrepreneurs with valuable connectivity for sales, hiring, and financing introductions, as well as on-demand advice. This extensive network plays a crucial role in the firm’s strategy, enhancing the growth and development of the companies it backs​​​​​​​​.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, Mexico.

Operating since: 2012.

Investment Focus: Enterprise Software, Automation Software, Digital Health, EdTech, FinTech, Logistics, CyberSecurity, HRTech, PropTech, Consumer Internet, E-commerce, Marketplaces, Mobility, Robotics.

Stage: Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 101

Number of exits: 16

Check size: $500K – $2M

Notable investments: Convey, Clear Street

Founders/Key People: Jon Bassett, Chris Keller

Website: https://nextgenvp.com

  1. Northzone

Northzone Ventures, founded in 1996, is a venture capital firm based in London, United Kingdom. The firm is active in investing across Europe and the United States, focusing on sectors such as healthcare, semiconductors, software, hardware, artificial intelligence, blockchain, and gaming. As a multi-stage venture capital fund, Northzone invests at various stages, including early stage venture, late stage venture, and seed stages. The firm’s approach is shaped by the experience of its team members as both entrepreneurs and investors, and it aims to invest in companies that hold promise for substantial growth and innovation in their respective fields​​​​​​.

Headquarters: UK

Investment Geography: United States, Sweden, United Kingdom, Norway, Germany, Finland, Denmark, France, Spain, Netherlands, Türkiye, Russia.

Operating since: 1996.

Investment Focus: Consumer Internet,DTC & E-commerce,FinTech,EdTech,HealthTech,Gaming & Media,Blockchain,SaaS/B2B Software,Enterprise Platforms,Logistics & Mobility,Semiconductors & Materials.

Stage: Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 357

Number of exits: 68

Check size: $1M – $30M

Notable investments: Spotify, Klarna

Founders/Key People: Tom McGinn, Torleif Ahlsand

Website: https://northzone.com

  1. Notation Capital

Notation Capital is a venture capital firm based in Brooklyn, New York, founded in 2014 by Alex Lines and Nicholas Chirls. The firm operates with a community-focused approach, involving founders of portfolio companies, advisors, limited partners (LPs), and a broader network in its operations. Notation Capital emphasizes mutual success and collaboration within its community​​.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: United States, Switzerland, Germany, Canada.

Operating since: 2015.

Investment Focus: FinTech,Blockchain,EdTech,HealthTech/Digital Health, Infrastructure, SaaS/B2B Software,Developer Tools,Cyber Security, Logistics,Machine Learning, Climate Tech.

Stage: Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B.

Number of investments: 86

Number of exits: 11

Check size: $10K – $500K

Notable investments: DataDog, Coinbase.

Founders/Key People: Nicholas Chirls

Website: https://notation.vc/

  1. Notion Capital

Notion Capital is a venture capital firm primarily focusing on early-stage investments in technology and cloud computing markets. Established in 2009 and based in London, United Kingdom, the firm specializes in investing in European SaaS (Software as a Service) and enterprise technology companies. 

Headquarters: UK

Investment Geography: United Kingdom, United States, Germany, Netherlands, France, Ireland, Spain, Denmark, Sweden, Portugal, Egypt, Switzerland.

Operating since: 2009.

Investment Focus: B2B SaaS/B2B Software,Enterprise Technology (FinTech/InsurTech, MarTech/AdTech,Cloud Services,Commerce Enablement,Cyber Security, HRTech, Developer Tools,Big Data,DeepTech,Supply Chain/Logistics/Mobility,Vertical SaaS).

Stage: Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B+.

Number of investments: 200

Number of exits: 23

Check size: €50K – €20M

Notable investments: GoCardLess, Paddle

Founders/Key People: Stephen Chandler, Ben White

Website: https://www.notion.vc/

  1. Nuwa Capital

Nuwa Capital, founded in 2020, is a venture capital firm based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The firm focuses on early-stage investments, particularly in technology and healthcare companies in the Middle East and North Africa region.

The firm is known for its radical investment approach, aiming to reshape the relationship between founders and capital. By providing capital, guidance, and access to a network of investors and strategic partners, Nuwa Capital supports the growth and development of its portfolio companies​​.

Headquarters: UAE

Investment Geography: United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Türkiye, United States, Bahrain, Pakistan, Kenya, Singapore.

Operating since: 2020.

Investment Focus: FinTech,E-commerce & Marketplaces,Direct-to-Consumer Brands, SaaS/Software,B2B/Enterprise,EdTech,HealthTech,AgTech.

Stage: Seed, Post-Seed, Series A, Series B.

Number of investments: 30

Number of exits: 0

Check size: $250K – $7M

Notable investments: Homzmart, Eyewa

Founders/Key People: Stephanie Prince, Khaled Talhouni

Website: https://www.nuwacapital.io

Conclusion

That’s a wrap on our extensive journey through the world of FinTech-focused VC firms. With over 100 top investors covered, you now have a wealth of options to fuel your FinTech startup.

Remember, the right VC partner brings more than just funding—they bring expertise, networks, and a shared passion for financial innovation. As you prepare to take the next big step with your startup, keep these firms in mind and tailor your approach to resonate with their investment strategies.

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