BBG Ventures is a venture capital firm established by Nisha Dua and Susan Lyne in 2014. It is part of the Verizon Media Group. The firm specializes in funding companies with female founders, during its early stage of financing. It prefers to fund companies that are developing internet and tech-based consumer-focused products and services.
The firm has raised two funds, with its most recent opened in 2019. BBG Ventures' first fund raised $10 million, with its most recent opened in August 2019. BBG Ventures' past investments have included companies that operated in the healthcare, beauty, hospitality, agriculture, and AR/VR industries. The firm is headquartered in New York City, United States. As of May 2020, BBG Ventures has made 93 investments and maintains its share of ownership in 52 companies. Its most recent investment was in March 2020 for Planet FWD's seed round, a company which is developing biodegradable food packaging.
pymetrics is a company founded in 2012.
Winnie enables parents to search local child care providers, including daycare and preschools for their children. Winnie provides parent-trusted child care resources and community.
A New York-based home sublease and rental marketplace
Mighty Networks is a Palo Alto, California-based company founded by Gina Bianchini.
goTenna is a company that builds devices that pair to a phone to create mesh networks so people can relay text and GPS messages with no cellular service required.
To empower sustainability at the root level with the marketplace for surplus and imperfect produce.
Spring uses AI to help patients with mental health problems feel better faster.