Harrison Metal is a venture capital firm in California that focuses on early-stage companies based in information technology, e-commerce, mobile, consumer products and services, manufacturing and healthcare sectors. Founded 2006 in San Francisco, California, United States by Michael Dearing, it invests in early stage venture, seed, series A, series B, series C, and other ventures. Its portfolio companies include Outlier.org, Reelgood, Guild Education, Outpatient, and Recurly. As of February 2020, Harrison Metal has made 199 investments. Their most recent investment was on January 9, 2020, when Outlier.org raised $11.7M. Harrison Metal has had 50 exits, the most notable of which include Harry's, PagerDuty, and Pulse. The company has raised five funds, their latest being Harrison Metal Capital V, L.P. This fund was announced on March 27, 2018 and raised a total of $68M.
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