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South Park Commons

A venture capital firm in San Francisco that focuses on helping entrepreneurs and technologists.

South Park Commons is a venture capital firm in San Francisco that focuses on helping entrepreneurs and technologists. Founded 2015 in San Francisco, California by Ruchi Sanghvi, it invests in seed, series A, series C, and series B rounds. Its portfolio companies include Hypernet, Compound, Lunchclub, TrustedFor, and Holloway. As of March 2020, South Park Commons has made 28 investments. Their most recent investment was on November 14, 2019, when Hypernet raised $10M. South Park Commons has had two exits, the most notable of which include Harbor and Sheltr. The company has raised two funds, their latest being South Park Commons Fund I. This fund was announced on March 22, 2019 and raised a total of $52.2M.

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People

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Role
LinkedIn

Feross Aboukhadijeh

Member

Adam Nelson

Venture Partner

Arun Venkatesan

Member

Eric Williams

Member

Gillian Morris

Member

Peter Jihoon Kim

Member

Ruchi Sanghvi

Founder

Vladimir Novakovski

Member

Further reading

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Companies

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Forethought

Gamma Networks

Holloway

Hypernet

PlanetScale

Render

Sheltr

The Graph

Transcend

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News

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Author
Date
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Description
Mike Butcher
July 15, 2021
TechCrunch
Leap, a platform for people over 55 to learn via social interaction, has raised $3.1M funding in a seed round led by European early-stage investor Creandum, and SF-based South Park Commons. Also participating was Learn Start/Learn Capital, alongside angels Michelle Kennedy (Peanut founder), Sahil Lavingia, and Tim Tuttle. Leap members gather online to collectively "learn, [...]
Mike Butcher
July 15, 2021
TechCrunch
Leap, a platform for people over 55 to learn via social interaction, has raised $3.1M funding in a seed round led by European early-stage investor Creandum, and SF-based South Park Commons. Also participating was Learn Start/Learn Capital, alongside angels Michelle Kennedy (Peanut founder), Sahil Lavingia, and Tim Tuttle. Leap members gather online to collectively "learn, [...]

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