Expa

Expa

U.S-based accelerator and incubator program for early-stage startups.

Expa is an accelerator and incubator initiative founded by Garret Camp. It was established in 2013. The company also provides funding for the startups that they help develop, thus making it a venture capital firm for pre-seed stage companies. It is primarily based in San Francisco, California.

Expa provides guidance for companies through its expertise in user experience, branding, and strategy. It also provides resources in the form of its network of entrepreneurs, office space, and funding. As of March 2019, Expa has helped develop and fund 20 companies. Its most recent investment occurred in February 2019 for Cmd, a startup developing a server security platform for its enterprise customers.

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Funded Companies

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Associated investment funds

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100,000,000
August 11, 2016
75,000,000
February 3, 2014
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People

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Role
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Garrett Camp

Founding Partner

Hooman Radfar

Partner

Milun Tesovic

Partner

Naveen Selvadurai

Partner

Roberto Sanabria

Managing Partner

Vitor Lourenco

Partner

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Companies

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Aero

Cmd

Current

Haus

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Metabase

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Spot

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Anthony Ha
October 1, 2019
TechCrunch
Aero, a new air travel startup backed by Garrett Camp's startup studio Expa, is officially announcing the appointment of its first CEO: Uma Subramanian, who previously launched Airbus' helicopter service Voom.Flights. The startup is also revealing that it's raised a total of $16 million in funding. In addition to Expa, GGV Capital also invested. Aero said [...]

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