XG Ventures

XG Ventures

XG Ventures is a Menlo Park, California-based venture capital company founded in 2008.

XG Ventures is a venture capital firm established in 2008. The firm is based in Menlo Park, California, United States and was founded by Andrea Zurek, David Lee, and Pietro Dova. XG Ventures focuses on investing in companies operating in these sectors: mobile, e-commerce, enterprise, consumer and software-as-a-service. As of September 2019, the firm has funded 114 companies; with a current active portfolio of 47 companies and sold off shares in 54 companies.

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Funded Companies

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Carta (formerly eShares) is a San Francisco based cap table management platform that offers 409A valuations, products for investors and public companies.

A women's bra and underwear company. It was founded in 2013 and is located in San Francisco, California.

Company for outsourced research through a network of scientific service providers.

Contiq is a San Jose, California-based enterprise software and marketing and sales company using machine learning and data analysis founded in 2016 by Arun Lal and Rahul Kapoor.

Apptimize is a mobile A/B solution company. It participated in the S13 cohort of Y Combinator.

Shyp was a technology enabled shipping company that operated in the years 2013-2018.

AdStage is a San Francisco-based company founded by Sahil Jain.

NoRedInk is a San Francisco-based e-learning and educational technology company founded in 2012 by Jeff Scheur to help students writing abilities.

OLSET is a San Francisco-based company founded by Gadi Bashvitz.

Posterous provides a blogging platform. It started in May 2008.

Crocodoc is a San Francisco-based company founded by Ryan Damico, Bennett Rogers and Matt Long.

Adku is a company founded by Ajit Varma, Jesse Shieh and Carlos Whitt.

Euclid is a business intelligence company founded by William Smith.

Tynker is a Mountain View, Contra Costa County, California-based company founded by Srinivas Mandyam.

Tsumobi is a company developing a mobile platform for processing and updating mobile applications. It participated in the W07 cohort of Y Combinator.

Mobsmith is an advertising company founded by Saket Saurabh.

Mighty Meeting is a productivity software company.

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Andrea Zurek

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Pietro Dova

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Yoichiro Taku

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