AngelPad

AngelPad

An accelerator, incubator and microventure capital firm in California that focuses on investing in the internet, mobile and technology enabled sectors.

AngelPad is an accelerator, incubator and microventure capital firm in California that focuses on investing in the internet, mobile and technology enabled sectors. Founded 2010 in San Francisco, California, United States by Carine Magescas and Thomas Korte, it invests in early stage ventures, seed, series A, series B, and series C rounds. Its portfolio companies include Process Street, Chec/Commerce.js, Iterable, HypeLabs, and tray.io. As of April 2020, AngelPad has made 171 investments. Their most recent investment was on January 24, 2020, when Chec/Commerce.js raised $1.7M. AngelPad has had 30 exits, the most notable of which include AllTrails, Vungle, and Allay. The company has raised four funds, their latest being AngelPad Fund III. This fund was announced on March 29, 2018 and raised a total of $50M.

Portfolio companies

Company
Cohort
Founders

8

AngelPad 9

Academize

AngelPad 4

Adku

AngelPad 1

Agentdesks

AngelPad 8

Allay

AngelPad 8

AllTrails.com

AngelPad 1

Arthena

AngelPad 7

Astrid

AngelPad 2

Astronomer

AngelPad 9

Audience.fm

AngelPad 6

Beamery

AngelPad 7

Bedly

AngelPad 9

Blitzen

AngelPad 7

Boomtrain

AngelPad 5

Boxbee

AngelPad 6

Buffer

AngelPad 3

Buyou

AngelPad 5

Circl

AngelPad 5

CISimple

AngelPad 5

Cloudbot

AngelPad 2

ConferencePulse

AngelPad 11

Cookunity

AngelPad 8

Courseloads

AngelPad 8

CoverHound

AngelPad 2

Crittercism

AngelPad 2

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Timeline

March 13, 2019

19 startups in AngelPad's 12th batch announced

2010

Founded

Funded Companies

Company
Description
Industry
Website
Location
Vungle

Vungle (Vungle, Inc.) is startup which powers video advertisements inside of mobile apps and games.

Postmates is a logistics company operating a network of couriers for local goods delivery.

Storefront is a sharing-economy company that provides short-term retail spaces for rent to companies through an online platform, used specifically as pop-up retail locations.

Sensor Tower is an app analytics and competitive app intelligence platform.

Iterable is a San Francisco-based company founded by Andrew Boni.

A software company offering a no-code workflow management and automation platform focused on serving knowledge workers.

RolePoint is a company founded by Kes Thygesen, Roger Toor, Christopher Le Breton and Rick Tank.

A company offering a software platform for small and medium sized business marketers.

MoPub is a mobile advertising company founded by Jim Payne.

Runnable is a software as a service company founded by Yash Kumar.

Piggybackr is a San Francisco-based company founded by Andrea Lo.

Roobiq is a San Francisco-based company founded by Adam Fish.

HypeLabs is a San Francisco-based internet of things company.

Audience.fm is a music company founded by Jules Terrien.

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Associated investment funds

Investment Fund
Total offering (USD)
Total sold (USD)
Location
Date signed
AngelPad Fund III, L.P.
50,000,000
35,000,000
March 29, 2018
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Accelerator batches

Accelerator Batch
Description
Accelerator batch companies
AngelPad 3

A listing of the companies in the Fall 2011 batch

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People

Name
Role
LinkedIn

Thomas Korte

Co-Founder

Further reading

Title
Author
Link
Type
Date

Documentaries, videos and podcasts

Title
Date
Link

AngelPad Gives Select Startups 10 Weeks to Shine | Season 2011 Episode 11/21/2011 | PBS NewsHour

November 22, 2011

Companies

Company
CEO
Location
Products/Services

Chec/Commerce.js

ExpoIQ

Gatik

HypeLabs

Zeal

News

Title
Author
Date
Publisher
Description
Kate Clark
March 13, 2019
TechCrunch
Including a meal kit for authentic gourmet ramen, a millennial-focused platform for buying affordable fine-art and a benefits platform for gig workers.

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