Foundry Group is a venture capital firm in Boulder that prefers to invest in businesses within the information technology sector. Founded 2007 by Brad Feld, Jason Mendelson, Ryan McIntyre, and Seth Levine in Boulder, Colorado, United States, the firm invests in early stage ventures, late stage ventures, seed Stages, Series A, Series B, Seed, and Series C rounds. The notable investment portfolio of the Foundry Group includes AvidXchange, Yumi, WHOOP, Havenly, and SingleFile Technologies. As of January 2020, Foundry Group has made 296 investments and 55 exits; it is actively looking for new investment opportunities.
Foundry Group Next 2018 announced
Foundry Group announced the closing of their seventh fund, Foundry Group Next 2018. The $750 million fund combines all of their prior fund strategies – early stage, early growth, and partner fund investments – into a single fund.
Foundry Group Next announced
Foundry Group announced the closing of our sixth fund, Foundry Group Next. The $500 million fund is a continuation of their Foundry Group Select Fund approach but expands on their previous Select Fund strategy.
Foundry Group Select announced
Foundry Group announced the closing of their fourth fund, Foundry Group Select. While it is exactly the same size ($225 million) as their previous funds, it has a different focus.
The Foundry Group Select Fund will invest solely in Foundry Group and previous funds’ portfolio companies that have achieved significant success.
Foundry Group second fund announced
Foundry Group announced the closing of their second fund, Foundry Venture Capital 2010, L.P. The fund is the same size as their last one: $225,000,000
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