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Activant Capital

Activant Capital is a Greenwich, Connecticut based venture capital firm founded in 2013 by Steven R. Sarracino.

Activant Capital is a Greenwich, Connecticut based venture capital firm founded in 2013 by Steven R. Sarracino.

The firm specializes in late-stage venture investments and seeks to invest in the high-growth companies in the software, commerce, and internet of things, warehouse management, logistics, voice, agriculture, and data services and consumer sectors.

The notable investment portfolio of Activant Capital includes Benson Hill Biosystems, Better.com, Bolt, Celect, Indigo AG, NewStore, Simbe Robotics, Turvo, etc. As of January 2020, Activant Capital has made 36 investments and had 9 exits.

Timeline

People

Name
Role
LinkedIn

Andrew Steele

Investment Team

Fahad Hassan

Operating Principal

Hana Khosla

Investment Team

Max Thoeny

Employee

Neeta Rastogi Singh

Chief Operating Officer

Niklas Halusa

Investment Team

Peter McCoy

Employee

Sruti Arulmani

Investment Team

Steven R. Sarracino

Founder, Partner

Trevor Noon

Investment Team

Further reading

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Author
Link
Type
Date

Documentaries, videos and podcasts

Title
Date
Link

Companies

Company
CEO
Location
Products/Services

Benson Hill Biosystems

Better.com

Bolt

Celect

Indigo AG

NewStore

Simbe Robotics

Turvo

News

Title
Author
Date
Publisher
Description
Connie Loizos
June 25, 2021
TechCrunch
Earlier this week, we caught up with Steve Sarracino the founder of the growth-equity firm Activant Capital in Greenwich, Conn., We'd last talked with Sarracino back in early April of last year, as people around the world were being forced into their homes by the pandemic, and his firm was just closing its third fund [...]
Dan DeFrancesco and Shannen Balogh
December 4, 2020
Business Insider
Top investors recommended up-and-coming B2B fintechs, with the caveat that nominees couldn't have raised beyond a Series B round of funding.

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