Commerce Ventures is a venture capital firm with a blend of entrepreneurs and senior executives from its focus sectors (mobile, retail, payments, digital marketing). In addition to providing capital, the firm is committed to helping portfolio companies succeed in scaling their commerce-related innovations. Commerce Ventures' strategy is typically not to lead investment rounds, but instead to participate alongside lead investors such as VC's, seed funds, and strategic corporations. Although it does not target a specific security or round, most of its investments will be in companies that have recruited a core team, developed a flagship product and demonstrated early product-market fit.
Founded in 2012 by Daniel Rosen, Commerce Ventures is a venture capital firm specializing in seed, early-stage and later stage investments based in San Francisco, California. It prefers investing in the mobile, retail, financial technology, payments, and digital marketing sectors. In addition to providing capital, the firm seeks to help portfolio companies succeed in scaling their commerce-related innovations.
Commerce Ventures is a venture capital firm specializing in growth capital investments. The firm primarily invests in the commerce sector, with a focus on mobile, payments, retail Fintech and Insurance Technology.
Commerce Ventures has made 75 investments. One of their investments was on Apr 2, 2019, when they invested $30M in Vestwell. Commerce Ventures has $7.1M in estimated revenue annually and competes with Alliance Consumer Growth, Relay Ventures, and Early Stage Partners.
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