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Foundation Capital

Foundation Capital

Foundation capital is a venture capital firm founded by Bill Elmore and Kathryn Gould.

Founded in 1995, Foundation Capital is a venture capital firm based in Palo Alto, California. The firm prefers to invest in commercial services, media, hardware, software and financial technology sectors.



Foundation Capital is made up of former entrepreneurs who set out to create the firm they wanted as founders. This forward-thinking team of venture capitalists has helped companies like Lending Club, Sunrun, and Netflix.



Foundation Capital is currently invested in more than 60 ventures in the areas of consumer, information technology, software, digital energy, financial technology and marketing technology. These investments include AdRoll, Beepi, Bolt Threads, DogVacay, Kik, ForgeRock, Lending Home, Localytics and Visier. The firm's twenty-six IPOs include Lending Club, OnDeck, Chegg, Sunrun, MobileIron, Control4, TubeMogul, Envestnet, Financial Engines, Netflix, NetZero, Responsys and Silver Spring Networks. Read more at www.foundationcapital.com.

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Funded Companies

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An insurance company using analytics and technology to offer insurance premiums to small businesses.

A company that created an internet search engine. It was started in 2005 and acquired by Microsoft in 2008. 

Mya Systems is a company that has developed Mya, a conversational AI platform.

Image hosting and video hosting website

MarkMonitor is a San Francisco-based enterprise software company.

OpenSpace is a U.S-based company developing photo documentation solutions for the construction industry.

Control4 is a Utah-based company.

A meditation application for people's well being

LendingClub is an online credit marketplace connecting borrowers and investors

DogVacay is a Santa Monica, California-based digital media company.

Guardian Analytics is a Mountain View, California-based security company.

Service for saving web pages and other online media for later consumption

BoardVantage is a Menlo Park, California-based enterprise software company.

Wevorce is a company offering a web-based technology and a community of attorneys, counselors and other experts to help couples going through divorce have amicable settlement. It participated in the W13 cohort of Y Combinator.

Framer is an Amsterdam-based startup that developed interactive design platform Framer X.

Tealeaf is a San Francisco-based company.

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Anamitra Banerji

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Ashu Garg

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Austin Neudecker

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Beckham Thomas

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Brandon Yahn

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Charles Moldow

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Dimitri Dadiomov

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Farhad Massoudi

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Hoofar Razavi

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James Krocak

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Jonathan Ehrlich

Partner



Matt Kandler

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Mitali Pattnaik

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Paul Holland

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Ray Hwang

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Rodolfo Gonzalez

Employee



Stephen Weis

Advisor



Steve Vassallo

Employee



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