Hillsven Capital

Hillsven Capital

A venture capital in California that focuses on startups based in Silicon Valley and Israel.

Hillsven Capital is a venture capital in California that focuses on startups based in Silicon Valley and Israel. Founded 2005 in San Francisco, California, United States by Bobby Lent and Boris Putanec, it invests in early stage ventures, late stage ventures, seed, Series a, Series b, debt financing and venture rounds. Its portfolio companies include Jolt, Stampli, Tesorio, Retail Zipline, and HoneyBook. As of March 2020, Hillsven Capital has made 42 investments. Their most recent investment was on January 13, 2020, when Jolt raised €12.7M. Hillsven Capital has had seven exits, the most notable of which include Bleacher Report, Livefyre, and Fabkids.

Timeline

2005

Founded

Funded Companies

Company
Description
Industry
Website
Location
Stampli

Stampli is a interactive invoice management and accounts payable software tool.

Jolt is a Tel Aviv-based education technology company offering courses for consumers and professionals in micro-campuses across the world.

Qlika is a company founded by Ittai Chorev, Omri Morgenshtern and Idan Zalzberg.

Livefyre is a San Francisco-based company.

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People

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Role
LinkedIn

Boris Putanec

Co-Founder

Bobby Lent

Co-Founder

Further reading

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Companies

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CEO
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Codefresh

HoneyBook

Jolt

Retail Zipline

Stampli

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