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Menlo Ventures

Menlo Ventures is a venture capital investment firm based in Menlo Park.

Menlo Ventures is a venture capital investment firm that provides capital for multi-stage consumer, enterprise, and life sciences technology companies. The Menlo Park, California-based firm was founded in 1976 by Henry DuBose Montgomery.

Primary areas of investment include Marketplaces (Uber, Rover.com, Breather, RealtyShares, Getaround); Consumer Services (Machine Zone, Tumblr, Betterment, Poshmark, Roku, Siri); Smart Cloud Infrastructure (Dropcam, 3Par, Avi Networks, Avere Systems, eero); SaaS (Carbonite, Signifyd, Clarifai, Overops, Usermind); Fintech (Betterment, Bluevine, RealtyShares); Cybersecurity (Cavium, IronPort, BitSight, vArmour, Dedrone); and Life Sciences Technology (Synthego, Cofactor Genomics, Recursion Pharmaceuticals, 3T Biosciences).

Menlo’s portfolio includes more than 70 public companies and more than 100 mergers and acquisitions, with $5 billion under management. The firm is currently investing in Menlo Ventures XV, dedicated to Seed and Series A investments in companies spanning consumer, enterprise, frontier tech, and healthcare; Menlo Ventures XIV, a $450 million early-stage fund;Menlo inflection fund; and its $250 million Menlo Special Opportunity Fund, which targets early-growth investments.

Menlo invests in different stages of a company’s development. They typically invest up to $20 million in the main funding round, and continue to support subsequent rounds. For later stage opportunities, they have the capacity to invest more than $30 million, focusing on capital-efficient models with the potential to disrupt huge markets.

Timeline

September 2020
Menlo Ventures closes its latest early-stage fund at $500M.
February 20, 2019
Menlo announces $500m Inflection Fund
May 18, 2017
Menlo Ventures announces the closing of Menlo Ventures XIV, a $450 million fund dedicated to investing primarily in early-stage consumer, enterprise and frontier technologies.
April 27, 2016
Menlo Ventures Closes $250 Million Opportunity Fund, focusing Solely on the Early Growth "Inflection Point" .

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