Icon Ventures

Icon Ventures

Icon Ventures is a venture capital that is focused on leading Series B and C financing opportunities.

Icon Ventures is a venture capital that is focused on leading Series B and C financing opportunities. The firm was founded in 2003, in Palo Alto, California, United States, and is also known as Jafco Ventures.

The firm is interested in companies that develop respiratory technologies, social media and review-based technologies, healthcare jobs, privacy solutions, and mobile commerce platforms. The firm looks to make investments that are in similar industries and sectors as companies like Aster Data, FireEye, 41st Parameter, Infinera, MoPub, Palo Alto Networks, and Proofpoint.

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Ionic Security (formerly Social Fortress) is a company that provides software for data security.

Button is a New York-based company founded by Chris Maddern, Mike Dudas, Stephen Milbank, Tanner Hackett, Michael Jaconi and Siddhartha Dabral.

Opcity is a real estate technology company.

Rylo is a San Francisco-based company.

Nomad Health is a New York City-based company founded by Alexander Pease.

Trust mark sales company

Alation is a Redwood City, California-based company.

Hound Labs is an Oakland, California-based company.

Ripcord is a digital media company.

Kixeye is a San Francisco-based company.

SiTime is a Santa Clara, California-based company.

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Sophia Kunthara
May 19, 2020
Crunchbase News
Confluera, based in Palo Alto, California, with an engineering office in Austin, Texas, plans on investing in sales teams, marketing, and expanding its engineering and product teams.
Jonathan Shieber
February 19, 2020
TechCrunch
Over the past twelve months, Maven, the benefits provider focused on women's health and family planning, has expanded its customer base to include over 100 companies and grown its telehealth services to include 1,700 providers across 20 specialties -- for services like shipping breast milk, finding a doula and egg freezing, fertility treatments, surrogacy and [...]

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