ATX Seed Ventures

ATX Seed Ventures

A venture capital firm in Texas that focuses on B2B software-as-a-service, IoT, e-commerce, marketplaces, AI, frontier commercial technologies, and mobile applications

ATX Venture Partners is a venture capital firm in Texas that focuses on B2B software-as-a-service, IoT, e-commerce, marketplaces, AI, frontier commercial technologies, and mobile applications. Founded 2014 in Austin, Texas by Brad Bentz, Christopher Shonk, and Danielle Allen, it invests in early stage ventures, seed, series A, convertible notes, and pre-seed. Its portfolio companies include The Guild, Joust, Pensa Systems, Atomic FI, and MacroFab. As of March 2020, ATX Venture Partners has made 53 investments. Their most recent investment was on January 6, 2020, when The Guild raised $25M. ATX Venture Partners has had five exits, the most notable of which include RideScout, Olono, and Unbill. ATX Venture Partners has raised three funds, their latest being ATX Venture Partners III, L.P.

Timeline

2014

Founded

Funded Companies

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Slingshot Aerospace

An analytics company that uses artificial intelligence to analyze data from satellites, airplanes, and drones for defense, disaster response, and commercial applications.

AlertMedia enables your organization to streamline notifications and benefit from monitoring services that help improve your people's safety.

QuotaPath is a Philadelphia-based company founded by AJ Bruno, Eric Heydenberk and Cole Evetts.

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People

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Brad Bentz

Principal

Christopher Shonk

Managing Director

Danielle Allen

Chief Operating Officer

David Ritter

Venture Partner

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Companies

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Atomic FI

Cherry Circle Software

Convessa

GoCo.io Inc

Joust

MacroFab

Pensa Systems

QuotaPath

Slingshot Aerospace

The Guild

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