NextView Ventures is a venture capital firm founded in 2010. The firm was established by David Beisel, Lee Hower, and Rob Go. The firm primarily operates from Boston, Massachusetts, although it also has an office in New York City, New York. As of March 2019, the firm is managing a portfolio of 52 active companies and has sold off its ownership in 26 companies. Its most recent investment was in January 2019 for Cheers, a startup providing nutraceutical and over-the-counter drug to deal with the negative effects of alcohol consumption.
NextView Ventures specializes in funding companies that are at the seed and early stage of development. It provides funding for companies in a variety of industry sectors, with some examples such as e-commerce and software. It focuses on investing in companies that are based in the United States, especially in Boston and New York. Through three funding series since 2012, the firm has managed to collect $111 million. The firm’s most recent funding round was held in August 2017, which raised $50 million.
NextView Ventures is launched by Rob Go, a former partner at Spark Capital.
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