Grok Ventures is a venture capital and private equity firm making long term early and late stage (seed to series E) investments in technology companies that is headquartered in Surry Hills, Australia and was founded in 2008 by Michael Cannon-Brookes. Before founding Grok Ventures, Michael Canon-Brookes, co-founded Atlassian. The manager of Grok Ventures is Jeremy Kwong-Law .
Notable investments made by Grok Ventures include Culture Amp (series E), Cog (Network Management Software), Brighte (invested $4 million), Fleet Space Technologies (series B), Juvenescence (series B-II), DGraph (series A), Spriggy (series A), and Spaceship Financial Services. The firm focuses on making investments in technology companies operating in Australia, China, and the United Kingdom.
On September 13, 2016 Grok Ventures announced completing raising capital for the superannuation fund with $1.6 million in funding. The fund will focus on making investments in companies offering products and services to 'tech-loving millennials'.
A robotics company developing autonomous vehicle fleet using the technology of robotics and machine learning.
Juvenescence is a venture capital and development company focused on developing therapies targeting aging, age-related disease and regeneration.
Culture Amp is a Melbourne-based company.
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