MassMutual Ventures is a corporate venture capital firm in Massachusetts that focuses on investing in early to growth stage companies across North America, Europe, Israel and Southeast Asia. Founded 2014 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States, it invests in early stage ventures, late stage ventures, series B, series A, series C and series D rounds. Its portfolio companies include LinkSquares, Policygenius, Insurify, and CyberGRX. As of April 2020, MassMutual Ventures has made 42 investments. Their most recent investment was on February 26, 2020, when LinkSquares raised $14.5M. MassMutual Ventures has had three exits, the most notable of which include Recorded Future, One Inc, and Solebit. The company has raised four funds, their latest being MassMutual Ventures Southeast Asia II. This fund was announced on January 21, 2020 and raised a total of $100M.
EVEN Financial offers a B2B2C API to help connect financial institutions to consumers, and connect consumers to personalized financial products.
A company offering mobile digital identity solutions for businesses.
An insurance technology company offering cloud-based enterprise software for underwriting and quoting employee benefits.
A company offering a software platform for processing premiums, claims, and payments for the insurance industry.
A global health IT start-up in Massachusetts that focuses on personalized care and therapies using digital therapeutics.
RiskIQ is a San Francisco-based cybersecurity company founded by Elias Manousos.
CyberGRX is a Denver-based cybersecurity company developing a cyber risk management platform.
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NEAT is an Hong Kong-based company founded in 2015.
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