PeakSpan Capital

PeakSpan Capital

A growth stage venture capital firm in California that focuses on disruptive B2B software companies

PeakSpan Capital is a growth stage venture capital firm in California that focuses on disruptive B2B software companies. Founded 2015 in Burlingame, California, United States by Brian Mulvey, Matt Melymuka and Philip Dur, it focuses on early stage ventures. It focuses on companies that serve consumers of small and large enterprises. Its portfolio companies include Qwil, Luma Health, Stylitics, JRNI, XOi Technologies, Fuel50, Cognism, ReviewTrackers, MindBridge AI and Zingle. The firm usually invests in Series B, Series C and other ventures.

Timeline

June 12, 2015

Founded

Funded Companies

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Kenna Security

A technology company offering a software-as-a-service risk and vulnerability intelligence platform for measuring rick and prioritizing remediation efforts.

A provider of an automated communication platform in California that focuses on helping clinics orchestrate the entire care journey for patients.

JRNI is an education company.

Cognism is a London-based company founded by Stjepan Buljat.

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People

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Billy Gaudreau

Associate

Brian Mulvey

Co-Founder and Managing Partner

Jack Freeman

Senior Associate

Jay Lance

Vice President and CCO

Matt Melymuka

Co-Founder and Partner

Phil Dur

Co-Founder and Managing Partner

Sanket Merchant

Senior Associate

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Companies

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Fuel50

Cognism

JRNI

Luma Health

MindBridge AI

PetDesk

ReviewTrackers

Stylitics

XOi Technologies

Zingle

News

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FinSMEs
May 26, 2020
FinSMEs
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Ingrid Lunden
May 21, 2020
TechCrunch
In the same week that Facebook announced a redoubled effort to make a bigger mark in e-commerce, one of its long-time partners has closed a large round of funding. Ecwid, the startup that sells e-commerce tools directly and via third parties like Square and Wix, letting businesses build e-commerce experiences on their own websites and [...]
Anthony Ha
August 26, 2019
TechCrunch
Stylitics, a startup powering outfit-based shopping recommendations for online retailers, is announcing that it has raised $15 million in Series B funding. The company was initially known for ClosetSpace, a mobile app that provided consumers with outfit recommendations and inspiration. While the app is still live, Stylitics' focus has shifted to its retailer tools -- [...]

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