The Halo Fund is a venture capital firm in Mountain View that prefers to invest in companies that focus on the life sciences, consumer products, clean technology, and high technology sectors. Founded in 2000 by Carol Sands in Mountain View, California, United States, the firm invests in debt, early stage ventures and late stage ventures. The notable investment portfolio of The Halo Fund includes Komodo Learning, Ensighten, Intrapace, Wordlock, Qumu, Sonoma Orthopedics, and Catalist Homes. As of February 2020, The Halo Fund has made 15 investments. Their most recent investment was on Mar 17, 2015, when Komodo Learning raised £225K. The Halo Fund has had four exits, the most notable of which include Qumu, Wordlock, and BlueRoads.
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