1776 Ventures started out of the 1776 incubator based in Washington, DC., in 2014. Their investments are focused in seed funding in companies operating in consumer critical sectors.
They don't have a geographical focus. Instead they focus on companies they feel are working solve problems between government and startups. These have included investments in Brazil, Argentica, United States, Germany and have included companies alwaysprepped, Aquicore, Babyscripts, BitOasis, CancerIQ, Cognotion, Dorsata, Edbacker, EverCharge, EdSurge, Final, Fluent City, Goodworld, Guild, Handup, HopSkipDrive, Lingua.ly, MPowerFinancing, Orchestra One, Playposit, Practice, Plugsurfing, Radiator Labs, Ridescout, Seamlessdocs, Shippify, StudySoup, Swiftly, Toast, Transit Screen, Twiga, WaterLens, Voyhoy and YellowBrick.
Aquicore is a Washington, D.C.-based company founded by Logan Soya.
Guild developed a tool for companies to offer tuition reimbursement and education as a benefit.
Swiftly is a San Francisco-based company founded in 2014 by Jonathan Simkin, Will Dayton and Mike Smith.