Stereo Capital is a venture capital and private equity firm focused on making growth stage and expansion investments that is headquartered in Palo Alto, California and was founded in 2013 by Dmitry Dakhnovsky.
The firm focuses its investments in software infrastructure, data storage, networking, internet of things, cloud management, virtualization and security, big data, analytics, and applications for consumer and enterprise facing businesses such as financial services, transportation, sales & marketing, retail & social, healthcare and wellness sectors. Stereo Capital typically invests in companies operating in the United States with established sales and marketing efficiencies.
According to Pitchbook (as of November 2019) Stereo Capital has made 6 investments, has 4 companies in its portfolio, and has made 1 exit. Notable investments made by Stereo Capital include: HomeLight, Pluribus Networks, Iterable, Zumper, Lendio, Fastly, OpenDNS, Webscale, Likewise, Aryaka, and Wrike.
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