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Homebrew Ventures is a seed venture capital and operational company based in San Francisco.

Homebrew is a seed-stage fund that offers operational expertise for entrepreneurs. The company is based in San Francisco, California, United States. Their interest varies from hardware, software, and spanning consumer and enterprise to transforming legacy industries and building new ones.

History

Homebrew was founded in 2013 by Hunter Walk and Satya Patel to resurrect the original model of small-batch venture capital investing in early-stage companies.

Investment

Homebrew invests in early stage venture and seed. It has made 66 investments. The company invested $10M in Shield AI on Dec 22, 2018. Homebrew has had six exits. Its most notable exits are Buildingconnected, Chain, and Cruise Automation. Homebrew has raised a total of $175M across three funds. Homebrew III was announced on Feb 12, 2018. The fund raised a total of $90M.



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Beth Scheer

Head of Talent



Charo Gioia

Director of Operations



Cherie Yu

Founder Advisor



Cory Ondrejka

Founder advisor



Hunter Walk

Partner



jen Grant

Founder Advisor



Mark Smith

Founder Advisor



Prakash Janakiraman

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Roy Sehgal

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Ryan Graves

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Sasha Lubomirsky

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Satya Patel

Partner



Scott Belsky

Venture advisor



Stacy Brown-Philpot

Founder Advisor



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