25 Top VC Firms for Series A or Higher Stages

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If you’re at a point where you’re past the seed stage and eyeing Series A or beyond, this is your go-to guide. We’ve curated a list of 25 top VC firms that specialize in elevating businesses during these crucial scale-up stages. These firms aren’t just funders; they’re growth accelerators, connectors to industry giants, and advisors with the know-how to scale your venture. 

Whether you’re expanding your market, enhancing your product, or building a dream team, the right VC can make all the difference. So, let’s dive right in and find the powerhouse backer your business needs.

  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,Cyber Security,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. 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. 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. Maverick Ventures

Maverick Ventures, founded in 2015, is a San Francisco-based venture capital firm. It operates as the venture arm of Maverick Capital, a hedge fund. Maverick Ventures specializes in investing in early-stage companies within the healthcare and technology sectors. By collaborating with Maverick Ventures, entrepreneurs gain access to the expertise of a dedicated team of venture partners, as well as the resources, reputation, and extensive network of a multi-billion dollar investment firm. Maverick Capital has been actively investing in early-stage companies for over two decades, emphasizing the depth of experience and market understanding that the venture arm brings to its investments.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: United States, Israel, India, South Korea, China, Mexico, Ireland, Singapore, Switzerland, Denmark, United Kingdom, Canada.

Operating since: 1993.

Investment Focus: Digital Health & Wellness,Health Care/HealthTech/BioTech/MedTech ,Enterprise/B2B,AI/ML,SaaS/Software,Cyber Security, MarTech, HRTech, Consumer Tech/Consumer Internet,E-commerce,Marketplaces.

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

Number of investments: 183

Number of exits: 35

Check size: $1M – $10M

Notable investments: Coupang, ConcertAI

Founders/Key People: Stephanie Mabunga, Richard Olson

Website: https://www.maverickventures.com/

  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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. National Grid Partners (CVC)

National Grid Partners (NGP), founded in 2018, is the corporate venture investment arm of National Grid, based in Los Gatos, California. NGP stands out as the only utility venture and innovation fund that leverages the global network of National Grid. NGP invests for both strategic and financial impact and leads company-wide disruptive innovation efforts. The firm has been active in investing in startups that aim to transform how utilities and other enterprises manage vast physical infrastructure.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, UK, Israel

Operating since: 2005

Investment Focus: EnergyTech (AI,Analytics,IoT,Grid Modernization,Enterprise Software, Security, Blockchain, Cloud,Distributed Energy,Energy Management).

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

Number of investments: 69

Number of exits: 6

Check size: $5M – $50M

Notable investments: Sunrun, Dragos

Founders/Key People: Tom Arnold

Website: https://ngpartners.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. 3TS Capital Partners

3TS Capital Partners is a prominent European venture capital and private equity firm with a focus on technology. 3TS focuses on high-growth small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), which are either proven businesses becoming local leaders or innovative global challengers. 

The firm has managed funds totaling over €400 million, with investors including the European Investment Fund (EIF). The firm is stage-agnostic in its investments, typically investing in the range of €300,000 to €10 million to finance expansion plans, acquisitions, and buyouts​.

Headquarters: Austria

Investment Geography: Austria, USA, Poland, Romania, Czech Republic, Netherlands, France, Finland, Germany, UK, Bulgaria, Slovakia

Operating since: 1999

Investment Focus: Technology & Internet (Software, Hardware, Mobile, E-commerce), Media & Communications (Digital Media, Operators), Tech-Enabled Services (Consumer & Business Services, HealthCare Services)

Stages: Series A, Series B

Number of investments: 81

Number of exits: 21

Check size: $300k – $10million

Notable investments: LogMeIn, ShiftMed, 

Founders/Key People: Pekka Mäki, Zbigniew Lapinski

Website: https://3tscapital.com/ 

  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/

  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. 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. 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. Act One Capital

Act One Ventures is a venture capital firm based in Los Angeles, California, founded in 2016. They primarily focus on investing in pre-seed, seed-stage, and early-stage companies, especially in sectors like e-commerce infrastructure, vertical SaaS, and fintech. Act One Ventures typically writes checks ranging from $100,000 to $1 million. They have the capacity to invest millions more in subsequent funding rounds and are open to leading rounds or joining rounds where another firm leads.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, UK, Mexico

Operating since: 2016

Stages: Pre-Seed, Seed

Investment Focus: Enterprise/B2B Software/SaaS (Computer Vision, Blockchain, Machine Learning, Ambient Computing – Voice Controls, Health Care IT)

Number of investments: 72

Number of exits: 10

Check size: $300k-1m

Notable investments: AuditBoard, Afterparty

Founders/Key People: Michael Silton, Alejandro Guerrero

Website: http://www.actoneventures.com/ 

  1. Almaz Capital

Almaz Capital, established in 2008 and based in Portola Valley, California, is a venture capital firm that targets technology sectors across Russia and the United States. The firm is known for investing in tech startups that are addressing global markets, with a particular focus on later-stage companies. Almaz Capital Fund II, one of their funds, prefers to invest between $10 to 40 million. This allows them to make substantial investments, supporting companies with significant growth potential.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, Russia, Switzerland, Latvia, Austria, Poland, Germany, Sweden, Belgium, Ukraine, Japan, Hong Kong

Operating since: 2008

Stages: Series A, Series B, Series C

Investment Focus: DeepTech Enterprise Software (AI/ML, Big Data, Data Analytics, BI, Blockchain Apps, IoT, Edge Computing Enablers, CyberSecurity, AdTech, MarTech, Gaming, E-commerce, TravelTech, Mobility, PaaS, eSports, Telecom, Marketplaces)

Number of investments: 90

Number of exits: 33

Check size: $10-40m

Notable investments: Yandex, Acronix

Founders/Key People: Alexander Galitsky, Charlie Ryan

Website: https://almazcapital.com/ 

  1. Amplitude Venture Capital

Amplitude Venture Capital is a savvy group of investors and company builders with a heart for healthcare startups. With decades of experience under their belt, they’ve made a mark by being part of Canada’s most active VC firms, creating and nurturing Canadian healthcare companies to compete globally. The firm eyes innovators who are transforming healthcare with top-notch diagnostics, precise treatments, and cutting-edge technology like AI in therapeutic development, robot-assisted surgery, and 3D printing of tissues and organs.

Headquarters: Canada

Investment Geography: Canada, USA

Operating since: 2018

Stages: Series A, Series B

Investment Focus: Precision Medicine, BioTech, Software, Biology, Artificial Intelligence 

Number of investments: 29

Number of exits: 8

Check size: $1m – $15m

Notable investments: Clementia Pharmaceuticals, Drugbank

Founders/Key People: Allison Gaw, Jean-François Pariseau

Website: https://amplitudevc.com/en 

  1. Ankona Capital

Ankona Capital is a VC firm that invests in early growth-stage B2B software companies. They are known for helping founders accelerate growth, with a particular focus on efficiently taking software companies from the startup phase to scale. Ankona Capital doesn’t only provide capital but also offers support to turn founders’ visions into reality, supporting them as they scale effectively​​​​​​.

They invest mainly in North America, focusing squarely on the software sector. Their strategy is to find early-stage companies that have gotten off the ground and gaining traction, then give them the boost they need to really take off.

Headquarters: USA

Investment Geography: USA, India

Operating since: 2019

Stages: Series A, Series B

Investment Focus: Enterprise/B2B Software (Recurring Revenue Business Model, Capital Efficient path to Scale and sustainability)

Number of investments: 18

Number of exits: 2

Check size: $5m – $15m

Notable investments: SOCI, VideoAmp

Founders/Key People: Josh Harmsen, Brian Mesic

Website: https://www.ankona.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. 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 

Conclusion

And that wraps up our guide on 25 standout VC firms specializing in Series A and higher stages. With this list, you’re not just looking at potential investors, but potential partners who can catapult your business into its next big chapter.

As you weigh your options, remember, the right VC brings more than money to the table – they bring experience, networks, and a vision that aligns with yours. Choose wisely, pitch confidently, and get ready to take your startup to higher heights.

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