Omidyar Network is a family investment office in California that focuses on transformative power of people, markets, ideas, and technology. Founded 2004 in Redwood City, California, United States by Pam Omidyar and Pierre Omidyar, it invests in early stage ventures, grants, late stage ventures, seed, series A, and series B rounds. Its portfolio companies include InVideo, iMerit, Vedantu, and Classplus. As of February 2020, Omidyar Network has made 299 investments. Their most recent investment was on February 18, 2020, when iMerit raised $20M. Omidyar Network has had 30 exits, the most notable of which include 1mg, Change Healthcare, and Meetup.
A bank offering online banking services with no user no bank fees, and an option to receive direct deposit up to two days early. Chris Britt and Ryan King founded Chime in 2013, and the company is headquartered in San Francisco, California.
Lenddo EFL offers loans underwritten by social media data to borrowers without established or robust credit histories.
Skillshare is a New York-based educational technology company offering an online learning community for creative entrepreneurs.
GuiaBolso is a personal finance platform automatically aggregating people's financial information who also offer credit and investment products.
NeoGrowth is an India-based digital lending platform focused on lending to small and medium business.
Propel builds software dedicated to helping low-income Americans improve their financial health with technology.
Cignifi is a company providing credit scores and marketing tools to telecommunications and financial companies.
India's Indifi Technologies is a tech-enabled debt financing platform for small business with industry-specific financial solutions.
A financial services company offering a platform for digitally sending/receiving money and creating simple financial services.
The Nigeria-based Lidya uses a tech-based credit algorithm to loan to small businesses without credit histories.
NationBuilder is a Los Angeles-based company founded by Jesse Haff, Lea Endres and Jim Gilliam.
Wonderschool offers a platform where people can start infant and toddler programs and preschools out of their homes.
Couchsurfing International is a San Francisco-based company founded in 2003 by Daniel Hoffer.
Socialtext is a Palo Alto, California-based company founded by Ross Mayfield.
A venture capital firm in Pakistan that focuses on providing financial security.
Non-profit educational organization created in 2006 by educator salman khan to provide "a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere".
InnoCentive is a Waltham, Massachusetts-based company.
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