NYU Innovation Venture Fund

NYU Innovation Venture Fund

A micro venture capital firm in New York that focuses on startups

NYU Innovation Venture Fund is a micro venture capital firm in New York that focuses on startups. Founded 2010 in New York, United States by Frank Rimalovski, it invests in early stage ventures and seed. Its portfolio companies include KitSplit, PainQx, Vidcode, OpenTrons, Kinvolved, Clarifai, Framed Data, Keen Home, Brooklinen, and Orca Pharmaceuticals. As of March 2020, NYU Innovation Venture Fund has made 16 investments. Their most recent investment was on February 21, 2018, when KitSplit raised $2.1M. NYU Innovation Venture Fund has had four exits, the most notable of which include Keen Home, Framed Data, and numberFire. The company has raised a single venture fund, NYU Innovation Venture Fund I. This fund was announced on January 1, 2010 and raised a total of $20M.

Timeline

2010

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Funded Companies

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Opentrons

A company building robots to automate experiments of life scientists

PainQx is a New York City-based diagnostics and software company developing pain measurement systems.

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People

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Frank Rimalovski

Managing Director

Dee Dao

Investment Associate

Sergei Revzin

Venture Associate

Further reading

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Companies

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Brooklinen

Clarifai

Framed Data

Keen Home

Kinvolved

KitSplit

OpenTrons

Orca Pharmaceuticals

PainQx

Vidcode

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