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Green Bay Ventures

Green Bay Ventures

A venture capital firm in California that focuses on information technology, big data, and SaaS sectors.

Green Bay Ventures is a venture capital firm in California that focuses on information technology, big data, and SaaS sectors. Founded 2011 in San Francisco, California, United States by Anthony Schiller and Richard Kramlich, it invests in early stage ventures, late stage ventures and seed. Its portfolio companies include Databricks, Sisu, RapidAPI, Databricks, BlueCargo, 100 Thieves, AnchorFree, Gradient, Lime and CATALOG. As of March 2020, Green Bay Ventures has made 29 investments. Their most recent investment was on October 22, 2019, when Databricks raised $400M. Green Bay Ventures has had five exits, the most notable of which include Xiaomi, Lyft, and Dropbox. The company has raised four funds, their latest being Green Bay Ventures Tactical Fund. This fund was announced on December 16, 2019 and raised a total of $100M. Green Bay Ventures focuses on a small number of high conviction opportunities and support a select group of visionary entrepreneurs working to create breakthrough technologies and transform industries.

Timeline

Associated investment funds

People

Name
Role
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Anthony Schiller

Co-Founder and Co-Managing Director

Casey Tatham

Managing Partner

Dick Kramlich

Co-Founder and Co-Managing Director

Jessi Mechanic

Chief of Staff

John Bleday

Principal

Kate Dimick

Office Manager

Stephan Puhlmann

Controller

Further reading

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Author
Link
Type
Date

Documentaries, videos and podcasts

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Date
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Companies

Company
CEO
Location
Products/Services

100 Thieves

AnchorFree

BlueCargo

CATALOG

Databricks

Databricks

Gradient

Lime

RapidAPI

Sisu

References

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