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1
GitLab
GitLab is a web-based open source Git repository manager with wiki and issue tracking features and built-in CI/CD. It is an open-source code collaboration platform that enables developers to create, review, and deploy codebases. The company's open-source, code-collaboration platform offers git repository management, code reviews, issue tracking, wikis, and more, along with continuous integration and deployment tools, enabling users to create, review and deploy codes. It was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.
Information Technology
Open Source
SaaS
Software
San Francisco
California
United States
71
1/1/2014
1001-5000
Late Stage Venture
$434,200,000
Goldman Sachs, FundersClub, Khosla Ventures, 500 Startups, GV
Dmitriy Zaporozhets, Sytse Sijbrandij
2
Faire
Faire is a two-sided marketplace and wholesale platform that helps retailers find and buy unique wholesale merchandise for their stores while helping brands and makers reach local retailers. Faire offers business owners a toolkit of simple tech, data insights, financial terms, and logistics solutions to support the future of local retail. Faire's net 60 payment terms and free returns take the risk out of the wholesale business so that local retailers and independent brands can compete with big-box and ecommcerce giants. Faire is headquartered in San Francisco, California, United States, and Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
E-Commerce
Marketplace
Retail
Retail Technology
Supply Chain Management
Wholesale
San Francisco
California
United States
80
1/1/2017
251-500
Late Stage Venture
$695,950,000
$260,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Founders Fund, DST Global, Norwest Venture Partners, Sequoia Capital
Daniele Perito, Jeffrey Kolovson, Marcelo Cortes, Max Rhodes
3
Cadre
Cadre is an online marketplace that connects investors and operators of real estate. It enables investments and transactions, provides a sophisticated technology product for managing processes, and powers predictive analytics for its investors. Investors are able to sell their interest on the secondary marketplace thereby introducing liquidity into an antiquated industry. They are able to gain transparency, efficiency, and liquidity through the use of its proprietary technology, and are able to make better, more data-driven decisions. Founded by Ryan Williams, and Josh and Jared Kushner, Cadre was launched in 2014.
Financial Services
FinTech
Marketplace
Real Estate
New York
United States
112
9/11/2014
101-250
Late Stage Venture
$133,300,000
$65,000,000
General Catalyst, Khosla Ventures, Founders Fund, Andreessen Horowitz, Slow Ventures
Jared Kushner, Joshua Kushner, Ryan Williams
4
Fireflies works across all the major video-conferencing platforms including Zoom, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams, Webex, etc. Search your meetings and have your meeting data automatically populated inside apps like Salesforce, Slack, and Dropbox. Fireflies.ai was founded in 2016 by Krish Ramineni and Sam Udotong and is based in San Francisco, California, United States.
Enterprise Software
Meeting Software
Messaging
Software
San Francisco
California
United States
154
7/1/2016
51-100
Early Stage Venture
$19,000,000
$14,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Canaan Partners, Right Side Capital Management, Coelius Capital, Rough Draft Ventures
Krish Ramineni, Sam Udotong
5
Stripe
Stripe is a global technology company that builds economic infrastructure for the internet. Businesses of every size from new startups to public companies like Salesforce and Facebook use the company’s software to accept online payments and run complex global operations. The company combines economic infrastructure with a set of applications for new business models like crowdfunding and marketplaces, fraud prevention, analytics, and more. Stripe navigates global regulatory uncertainty and partners closely with internet leaders like Apple, Google, Alipay, Tencent, Facebook, Twitter to launch new capabilities. It was founded in 2010 by John and Patrick Collison and headquartered in San Francisco, California.
Finance
FinTech
Mobile Payments
SaaS
San Francisco
California
United States
192
1/1/2010
1001-5000
Late Stage Venture
$2,236,000,000
$600,000,000
General Catalyst, Khosla Ventures, Sequoia Capital, FJ Labs, Andreessen Horowitz
Patrick Collison
6
Bitwise
Bitwise Asset Management is a trusted partner to individuals, wealth managers, family offices, investment managers, and institutions in navigating cryptocurrency. Bitwise develops funds, indexes, insight, and other services. The team behind Bitwise has backgrounds in technology, security, and finance. The firm’s origins are in technology and it prides itself on having a deep understanding of protocols while seeking to build understanding and help the technical and non-technical alike participate.
Blockchain
Cryptocurrency
Financial Services
Software
San Francisco
California
United States
222
1/1/2017
Nov-50
Early Stage Venture
$84,500,000
$70,000,000
General Catalyst, Blockchain Capital, Khosla Ventures, Craft Ventures, Coinbase Ventures
Elad Gil, Hong Kim, Hunter Horsley
7
Impossible Foods
Impossible Foods focuses on developing plant-based substitutes for meat, dairy, and fish products. It selects specific proteins and nutrients from greens, seeds, and grains to recreate the experience of meats and dairy products. Founded by Patrick Brown and Monte Casino in 2011, Impossible Foods is headquartered in Redwood City, California.
Food and Beverage
Food Processing
Nutrition
Organic Food
Redwood City
California
United States
303
1/1/2011
501-1000
Late Stage Venture
$1,587,500,000
$200,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Temasek Holdings, Microsoft, Bill Gates, GV
Monte Casino, Patrick Brown
8
Rubrik
Rubrik offers live data access for recovery and application development by fusing enterprise data management with web-scale IT and eliminating backup software. This marks the end of a decade-long innovation drought in backup and recovery, the backbone of IT. Within minutes, businesses can manage the explosion of data across private and public clouds.
Cloud Computing
Cloud Data Services
Information Technology
Security
Software
Palo Alto
California
United States
330
1/1/2014
1001-5000
Late Stage Venture
$553,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Bain Capital Ventures, Institutional Venture Partners, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Greylock
Arvind Jain, Arvind Nithrakashyap, Bipul Sinha, Soham Mazumdar
9
Coda
Coda creates online documents and the utility of applications into a single new canvas. Coda blends the flexibility of a document, the power of a spreadsheet, and the utility of applications into a single new canvas, enabling anyone to make a doc as powerful as an app. Coda is something entirely new, that looks and feels familiar. Makers start with a blank canvas and a familiar blinking cursor, but can use a new set of building blocks like tables that act like databases, or buttons that take action to create their own unique solutions.
Apps
Collaboration
Document Management
Internet
Mobile Apps
Product Management
Productivity Tools
Software
San Francisco
California
United States
420
1/1/2014
51-100
Late Stage Venture
$140,000,000
$80,000,000
General Catalyst, Khosla Ventures, New Enterprise Associates, Madrona Venture Group, Greylock
Alex DeNeui, Shishir Mehrotra
10
Imply
Imply, founded by the original creators of Apache Druid, provides a complete real-time analytics platform based on Apache Druid. Imply is a multi-cloud data platform designed to deliver real-time ingestion and visualizations for event-driven and streaming data flows. Apache Druid, an open-source database created by Imply's founders, enables next-generation real-time analytics solutions. Druid is widely adopted for analyzing user activity data, digital media logs, network flows, server metrics, application logs, and many other types of event-driven, streaming data. Druid is used in production by the world's largest and most innovative companies. Imply is originating and leading a new category of data analytics focused on analytics-in-motion. With analytics-in-motion, organizations can move away from analytics solutions that are static, difficult to scale, delayed, and expensive and towards analytics solutions that are interactive, highly scalable, real-time, and cost-effective. Leading organizations worldwide leverage Imply as the engine for analytics-powered applications that they build, and/or as a complete solution to directly solve internal BI and operational analytics use cases. Imply has operations in North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific and is backed by A16Z, Bessemer Venture Partners, Tiger Global Management, Khosla Ventures, and Geodesic Capital.
Analytics
Big Data
Data Visualization
Enterprise Software
Information Technology
Burlingame
California
United States
437
1/1/2015
101-250
Late Stage Venture
$115,300,000
$70,000,000
Bessemer Venture Partners, Khosla Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz, Tiger Global Management, Geodesic Capital
Fangjin Yang, Gian Merlino, Vadim Ogievetsky
11
Lattice
Lattice is a people management platform that enables People Leaders to develop engaged, high-performing teams. By combining continuous performance management and employee engagement in one solution, HR and People teams get powerful, real-time analytics that leads to actionable insights turning managers into leaders, employees into high-performers, and companies into the best places to work. Lattice was founded in 2015 and based in San Francisco, California.
Enterprise Applications
Human Resources
Information Technology
Productivity Tools
Software
San Francisco
California
United States
521
10/1/2015
101-250
Late Stage Venture
$154,320,000
$60,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Founders Fund, SV Angel, Tiger Global Management, Y Combinator
Eric Koslow, Jack Altman
12
Olive
Olive is deploying the AI workforce built specifically for healthcare, delivering hospitals and health systems increased revenue, reduced costs, and increased capacity. Olive automates repetitive, high-volume tasks and workflows, monitoring their performance, identifying improvements, and finding opportunities for new work. Olive gives power back to providers through her ever-growing, unparalleled intelligence made up of shared memories, collective wisdom, and global awareness, learning like a network so hospitals never have to solve the same problem twice. Olive was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in Columbus, Ohio.
Artificial Intelligence
Health Care
Information Technology
Machine Learning
Robotics
Software
Columbus
Ohio
United States
524
6/5/2012
251-500
Late Stage Venture
$456,322,171
$225,500,000
General Catalyst, Khosla Ventures, Tiger Global Management, GV, SVB Capital
Bradley Mascho, Sean Lane
13
SWORD Health
SWORD Health is a digital musculoskeletal (MSK) therapy provider. The company pairs licensed physical therapists with innovative technology to help people overcome their chronic and post-surgical pain faster and more cost-effectively. We’re on a mission to free two billion people from pain by making it simple for people to recover at home, without resorting to imaging, surgeries, or opioids. Since launching in 2015, SWORD Health has worked with insurers, health systems, and employers in Europe, Australia, and the U.S. to give thousands of people access to preventative, chronic, and post-surgical MSK care that gets results. SWORD Health has offices in New York City, Chicago, Salt Lake City, Sydney, and Porto.
Health Care
Medical
Personal Health
Therapeutics
Wellness
New York
United States
532
1/1/2014
101-250
Late Stage Venture
$134,466,017
$85,000,000
Highmark Ventures, General Catalyst, Khosla Ventures, Founders Fund, Lachy Groom
Márcio Colunas, Virgílio Bento
14
Eight Sleep
Eight Sleep is the first sleep fitness company. It leverages innovation, technology, and personal biometrics to restore individuals to their peak energy levels each morning. Backed by leading Silicon Valley investors including Khosla Ventures and Y Combinator, it was named by Fast Company in 2018 as one of the Most Innovative Companies in Consumer Electronics. It was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in New York, United States.
Consumer Electronics
Health Care
Product Design
Wellness
New York
United States
624
7/1/2014
Nov-50
Late Stage Venture
$76,066,621
Khosla Ventures, Founders Fund, Craft Ventures, AltaIR Capital, Gaingels
Alexandra Zatarain, Andrea Ballarini, Massimo Andreasi Bassi, Matteo Franceschetti
15
AliveCor
AliveCor has a device and application that will turn any smartphone into a clinical-quality electrocardiogram (ECG) recorder. AliveCor is pioneering the creation of FDA-cleared 'machine learning' techniques to enable proactive heart care and is recognized around the world for transforming cardiac care. It specializes in the fields of healthcare, mobile device, and medicine. It was founded in 2010 and headquartered in Mountain View, California.
Health Care
Medical Device
Mobile
Mountain View
California
United States
661
1/1/2010
101-250
Late Stage Venture
$154,284,906
$65,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Mayo Clinic, Qualcomm Ventures, WP Global Partners, Bold Capital Partners
Bruce Satchwell, David Albert, Kim Barnett
16
Vectra
Vectra is a cybersecurity platform that uses AI to detect and automatically stop attackers in real-time while collecting data to perform conclusive incident investigations. It specializes in cloud and network detection and response (NDR) – from cloud and data center workloads to accounts, user, and IoT devices. The company offers four applications on the Cognito platform to address high-priority use cases. Cognito Detect for Office365 and Azure AD finds and stops attacks in enterprise SaaS applications and the Microsoft 365 ecosystem. Cognito Stream sends security-enriched metadata in zeek format to data lakes and SIEMs. Cognito Recall is a cloud-based application to store and investigate threats in enriched metadata. And Cognito Detect uses AI to reveal and prioritize hidden and unknown attackers at speed. Vectra was founded in 2011 and is based in San Jose, California.
Artificial Intelligence
Cloud Security
Cyber Security
Network Security
Software
San Jose
California
United States
678
1/1/2011
251-500
Late Stage Venture
$352,540,000
$130,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Intel Capital, TCV, Juniper Networks, Accel
Hitesh Sheth, James Harlacher, Marc Rogers, Mark Abene
17
MemSQL
SingleStore is dedicated to helping businesses adapt more quickly, embrace diverse data and accelerate digital innovation by operationalizing all data through one platform for all of their moments that matter. These capabilities are provided as a service in AWS, Azure and GCP and through your own deployments with SingleStore Managed Service and SingleStore DB.
Analytics
Big Data
Cloud Data Services
Database
Enterprise Software
Software
San Francisco
California
United States
712
1/1/2011
251-500
Late Stage Venture
$238,100,000
$80,000,000
Khosla Ventures, First Round Capital, New Enterprise Associates, SV Angel, Hercules Capital
Adam Prout, Eric Frenkiel, Nikita Shamgunov
18
SES
SolidEnergy manufactures rechargeable cells at a pilot scale for prototype demonstration and specialized aerospace markets. But their real future lies in the materials they supply—anodes and electrolyte—for mainstream markets such as consumer electronics and electric vehicles. They supply these to large Li-ion cell manufacturers to be integrated with a separator and cathode into full cells which can be customized for different applications including drones, consumer electronics, and electric vehicles. Because their anode and electrolyte materials are compatible with existing Li-ion cell manufacturing processes, they can achieve scalability by using existing infrastructure. This eliminates the need for costly infrastructure investment. It’s all part of their open ecosystem. It means a more seamless end-user experience, faster prototyping, and no limits to growth.
Battery
Electric Vehicle
Energy Storage
Woburn
Massachusetts
United States
801
1/1/2012
251-500
Late Stage Venture
$225,114,997
$139,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Temasek Holdings, Vertex Ventures, General Motors, MassVentures
Qichao Hu
19
Fundbox
Fundbox is an AI-powered financial platform for small businesses that offers fast and intuitive access to business credit. Our mission is to power the small business economy by unlocking customer growth.
B2B
Finance
Financial Services
FinTech
Payments
Software
San Francisco
California
United States
901
1/1/2013
101-250
Late Stage Venture
$453,500,000
$20,000,000
General Catalyst, Khosla Ventures, FJ Labs, Allianz, SV Angel
Eyal Shinar, Tomer Michaeli, Yuval Ariav
20
Lessen
Greater Phoenix Area, Western US
Online Portals
Property Management
Rental Property
Scottsdale
Arizona
United States
902
1/1/2019
Nov-50
Early Stage Venture
$35,000,000
$35,000,000
General Catalyst, Khosla Ventures, Fifth Wall, Navitas Capital
Greater Phoenix Area, Western US
21
Tile
Tile gives everything the power of smart location, locating more than six million unique items every day. Leveraging its vast community that spans 195 countries, Tile’s cloud-based finding platform helps people find the things that matter to them most. The company is based in San Mateo, CA and is backed by Francisco Partners, Bessemer Venture Partners, and GGV Capital. For more information, please visit Tile.com.
Apps
Consumer Electronics
Internet of Things
Mobile
San Mateo
California
United States
945
12/1/2012
101-250
Late Stage Venture
$101,000,000
$45,000,000
Tencent, Bessemer Venture Partners, Khosla Ventures, GGV Capital, Francisco Partners
Mike Farley, Nick Evans
22
Forward
Forward is a startup redesigning the way healthcare is delivered using all the technologies healthcare has neglected such as sensors, mobile, and AI. Forward was founded in January 2016 by former executives and engineering leaders from Google and Uber and led by serial entrepreneur Adrian Aoun. Forward is funded by investors and entrepreneurs including First Round Capital, Eric Schmidt (Google/Alphabet chairman), Marc Benioff (Salesforce founder), Joe Lonsdale (Palantir founder), Joshua Kushner (Oscar co-founder), and Garrett Camp (Uber co-founder).
Health Care
Health Diagnostics
Personal Health
Subscription Service
San Francisco
California
United States
1151
1/1/2016
101-250
Late Stage Venture
$225,000,000
$225,000,000
SoftBank Vision Fund, Khosla Ventures, First Round Capital, Marc Benioff, DCVC
Adrian Aoun
23
Checkr
Checkr is a startup that provides either online access or an API that returns automatically generated background checks. Checkr uses the same data sources as traditional background check companies, but can usually turn it around a lot more quickly than traditional providers. Through Checkr’s advanced background check technology, companies can better understand the dynamics of the changing workforce, bring transparency and fairness to their hiring, and ultimately build a better future for workers. Checkr was founded on 2014 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California and Denver, Colorado.
Developer APIs
Enterprise Software
Human Resources
Information Services
Internet
Legal
Legal Tech
Software
San Francisco
California
United States
1161
1/1/2014
251-500
Late Stage Venture
$309,000,000
$160,000,000
Khosla Ventures, SV Angel, GV, T. Rowe Price, Y Combinator
Daniel Yanisse, Jonathan Perichon
24
Vox Media
Vox Media is a media company that creates, publishes, and distributes online content, and connects young adults worldwide. It offers SB Nation, an online sports media brand and network of individual fan-centric sports communities, The Verge, a technology publication, Polygon, a publication for adult gamers, Vox.com, an interest news site, Eater, food and dining publication, Racked, a shopping, beauty, and fashion publication, Curbed, a real estate and home brand publication, and Re/code, a tech business publication. Vox Media also operates Vox Creative, a division that creates marketing stories for brands. It also offers advertising services via Vox Advertising, and through an advertising solution Concert. Markos Moulitsas, Joshua Topolsky, Jerome Armstrong, and Tyler Bleszinski founded Sportsblogs on July 14, 2003 that became Vox Media in 2012. Its headquarters is in the District of Columbia with additional offices in New York City.
Advertising Platforms
Digital Media
Internet
Journalism
Lifestyle
Sports
Washington
District of Columbia
United States
1192
7/14/2003
501-1000
Late Stage Venture
$307,632,220
$200,000,000
Khosla Ventures, General Atlantic, Accel, Next Play Ventures, Comcast Ventures
Jerome Armstrong, Markos Moulitsas, Tyler Bleszinski
25
Zenefits
Zenefits is an all-in-one Digital HR platform for small and medium businesses. Designed as a single source of truth for managing the modern workforce, Zenefits delivers the most complete, all-mobile HR experience by tightly integrating its own powerful applications with dozens of best-of-breed providers on the Zenefits platform. Zenefits’ applications like HR, Benefits, Time, Payroll, and Compliance combine with partner applications like email, collaboration, expense management, and employee engagement to create a powerful platform. Thousands of businesses use Zenefits to empower their employees, manage change, and stay compliant.
Human Resources
SaaS
Software
San Francisco
California
United States
1227
1/1/2013
501-1000
Late Stage Venture
$584,100,000
$500,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz, FJ Labs, SV Angel, Wefunder
Laks Srini, Parker Conrad
26
Color
Color is a population health technology company that focuses on providing large-scale health care programs and clinical testing. It improves the key health infrastructure systems to make health accessible, convenient, and cost-effective, serving health systems, employers, research institutions, and individual consumers. Its Population Genomics Platform offers modular and end-to-end solutions that enable organizations to effectively build and scale population health programs. It provides technology, software, and clinical services to help population programs launch and scale quickly. By combining innovative technology, specialized laboratory infrastructure, and clinical health services, Color creates complete and effective programs that include: Program strategy, planning, and implementation; Participant outreach and engagement; participant education and consent about testing and results; sample (blood or saliva) collection and genetic sequencing; data management and clinical reporting; HIPAA compliance and data security; return of results; clinical services, like genetic counseling and clinical pharmacy; personalized care routine; and ongoing population health management. Color’s partners include NorthShore University Health System, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Ochsner Health System, Verily, Visa, Levi Strauss, and Salesforce. Elad Gil, Nish Bhat, Taylor Sittler, and Othman Laraki launched Color in 2015 and is based in Burlingame, California.
Apps
Biotechnology
Electronic Health Record (EHR)
Genetics
Health Care
Software Engineering
Burlingame
California
United States
1242
1/1/2015
251-500
Late Stage Venture
$397,000,000
$167,000,000
General Catalyst, Khosla Ventures, SV Angel, CRV, T. Rowe Price
Elad Gil, Nish Bhat, Othman Laraki, Taylor Sittler
27
Ginger
Ginger is a telemental health provider delivering evidence-based behavioral health coaching, therapy, and psychiatry from a smartphone. Ginger's on-demand system brings together behavioral health coaches, therapists, and psychiatrists, who work as a team to deliver personalized care, right through your smartphone. The app provides members with access to the support they need within seconds, 24/7, 365 days a year. Millions of people have access to Ginger through leading employers, health plans, and its network of partners.
Health Care
mHealth
Wellness
San Francisco
California
United States
1311
1/1/2011
251-500
Late Stage Venture
$220,700,000
$100,000,000
Bessemer Venture Partners, Khosla Ventures, Techstars, True Ventures, MassChallenge
Anmol Madan, Karan Singh
28
Mighty Buildings
Mighty Buildings is a developer of 3D printing technology and automation platform that makes housing more affordable for customers. It is a modular construction company working on disrupting the residential housing market with 3D printing tech, robotics, and composite materials backed by notable top-tier venture capital firms. The company creates a proprietary building material called Light Stone Material (LSM) which is similar to a synthetic stone that can be 3D printed, making the building process faster and with zero-waste. LSM can also maintain a structure’s temperature better than concrete, wood, or steel.
3D Printing
Building Material
CAD
Construction
Oakland
California
United States
1370
1/1/2017
51-100
Early Stage Venture
$101,823,024
$22,000,000
Alumni Ventures Group, Khosla Ventures, SV Angel, AltaIR Capital, Y Combinator
Alexey Dubov, Dmitry Starodubtsev, Sam Ruben, Slava Solonitsyn
29
Ghost
Ghost is developing the revolutionary technology that finally makes self-driving safe. Made possible by a breakthrough in crash prevention that can reliably handle any obstacle on the road, Ghost brings autonomous highway driving to your car.   Ghost was founded in 2017 by John Hayes and Volkmar Uhlig and is based in Mountain View, CA. Before Ghost, John founded Pure Storage, taking the company public in 2015. Ghost is backed by investors including Mike Speiser at Sutter Hill Ventures, Keith Rabois at Founders Fund, and Vinod Khosla at Khosla Ventures.
Automotive
Autonomous Vehicles
Software
Transportation
Mountain View
California
United States
1393
1/1/2017
101-250
Late Stage Venture
$157,049,969
$100,099,975
Khosla Ventures, Founders Fund, Sutter Hill Ventures
John Hayes, Volkmar Uhlig
30
Lookout
Lookout is a cybersecurity company that predicts and stops mobile attacks before harm is done to an individual or an enterprise. Lookout’s cloud-based technology is fueled by a global sensor network of more than 60 million users and tens of thousands of apps that are added daily. With this dataset of virtually all the mobile code in the world and the predictive machine intelligence to analyze and make sense of the data, Lookout can identify connections that would otherwise go unseen and stop cybercriminals from attacking mobile devices. Headquartered in San Francisco, California, Lookout has offices in Boston, London, Singapore, Tokyo, Toronto and Washington, D.C.
Analytics
Cloud Security
Cyber Security
Network Security
Predictive Analytics
San Francisco
California
United States
1406
1/1/2007
251-500
Late Stage Venture
$282,339,000
Goldman Sachs, Index Ventures, Khosla Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz, SV Angel
James Burgess, John Hering, Kevin Mahaffey
31
Journal
Journal's mission is to help people focus and bring new ideas to life. Much of our personal and professional lives run on apps. Yet these tools create boundaries between our activities, require constant checking, and have enabled a culture of interruptions. Journal gives individuals and groups a focused “space” to find, remember, and share all the information they need to have fun and do good work.
Developer Tools
Enterprise Software
Productivity Tools
Software
Web Apps
San Francisco
California
United States
1446
1/1/2018
10-Jan
Seed
$5,500,000
$4,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Social Capital, Abstract Ventures, Slack Fund
Avi Eisenberger, Samiur Rahman, Samuel DeBrule
32
Jupiter
Jupiter is a products appear magically in your kitchen, leaving no trace of plastics or boxes behind them, where food waste is almost non-existent, because we bring exactly what you’re gonna use. We’re building the first logistics network committed to waste reduction.
Delivery
Logistics
San Francisco
California
United States
1456
1/1/2019
10-Jan
Seed
$2,800,000
Khosla Ventures, Y Combinator, NFX, Paul Buchheit, The MBA Fund
Anna Piñol Mediano, Anuraag Nallapati, Chad Munroe, Will Yin
33
Sense
Sense is a smart talent engagement and communication platform built for the staffing industry. It helps reduce turnover, increase re-deployment rates, and gives a real-time 360 view on the pulse of consultants. Sense was funded by Accel, GV, Khosla Ventures, Signia Ventures, and IDG SF. It is based in San Francisco.
Computer
Consulting
Human Resources
Internet
Recruiting
SaaS
Software
San Francisco
California
United States
1461
1/1/2015
51-100
Late Stage Venture
$39,500,000
$16,000,000
Khosla Ventures, GV, IDG Capital, Accel, Ridge Ventures
Alex Rosen, Anil Dharni, Pankaj Jindal, Ram Gudavalli
34
Lever
Lever is one of the most recognized brands in talent acquisition software for mid-sized and enterprise companies. Our software enables teams to post jobs, source, interview, and hire top talent. We've combined ATS & CRM into a single platform, Lever Hire. Our Talent Acquisition Suite also includes tools for recruitment marketing and analytics: Lever Nurture, Lever Talent Intelligence, and Lever Data Warehouse Sync. Our customers include Netflix, Mercedes-Benz, KPMG, Spotify, Delta Dental, Cirque du Soleil, and over 3000 other customers.
Enterprise Software
Human Resources
Recruiting
SaaS
San Francisco
California
United States
1506
1/1/2012
101-250
Late Stage Venture
$72,800,000
$40,000,000
Index Ventures, Khosla Ventures, SV Angel, BoxGroup, LocalGlobe
Nate Smith, Randal Truong, Sarah Nahm
35
Lexion
Lexion was created at a world-class AI research institute, is backed by an iconic Silicon Valley law firm, and is funded by a prominent venture firm. Their founders have built successful companies, cutting-edge AI products, and productivity applications that people love.
Artificial Intelligence
Information Technology
Seattle
Washington
United States
1544
1/1/2018
10-Jan
Early Stage Venture
$15,200,000
$11,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Madrona Venture Group, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
Emad Elwany, Guarav Oberoi
36
Vida Health
Vida Health is a virtual care platform intentionally designed to treat a person’s whole health by treating mental and physical conditions, together. Vida’s clinically validated approach combines an AI-powered, personalized experience with the support and human connection of coaches and therapists. Vida’s app offers video sessions, messaging, and digital content to help people prevent, manage, and reverse chronic conditions — like diabetes and hypertension — and the mental conditions that accompany them — like stress, depression, and anxiety. Some of America’s largest employers and health plans trust Vida’s whole health offering. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in San Francisco, California
Health Care
Medical
mHealth
Personal Health
Therapeutics
San Francisco
California
United States
1570
1/1/2014
501-1000
Late Stage Venture
$188,000,000
$110,000,000
Khosla Ventures, General Atlantic, StartX (Stanford-StartX Fund), Canvas Ventures, AME Cloud Ventures
Connie Chen, Jono Chang, Stephanie Tilenius
37
Clear Labs
Clear Labs harnesses the power of next-generation sequencing (NGS) to simplify complex diagnostics for clinical and applied markets. By creating a fully automated platform that brings together DNA sequencing, robotics, and cloud-based analytics, Clear Labs democratizes genomics applications to deliver increased clarity. Clear Labs’ turnkey platform accelerates outcomes and improves accuracy - from food-borne pathogens to infectious diseases, including SARS CoV-2. With a novel approach, Clear Labs is helping the world better understand, track, and mitigate tomorrow’s novel pathogens.
Biotechnology
Health Diagnostics
Robotics
Software
San Carlos
California
United States
1587
1/1/2014
51-100
Late Stage Venture
$126,475,000
$60,000,000
Tencent, Alumni Ventures Group, Khosla Ventures, Felicis Ventures, Menlo Ventures
Mahni Ghorashi, Sasan Amini
38
HealthTap
HealthTap is rewiring healthcare. By delivering universal access to quality, primary healthcare, HealthTap improves the experience for both patients and doctors while saving time and reducing costs for all. HealthTap’s doctor-trained, augmented intelligence system guides users to the care they need and enables an instant connection to doctors and their knowledge. HealthTap serves its app to employers, insurance companies, health systems, and users around the world. More than 100,000 doctors and hundreds of millions of users in 170 countries trust HealthTap for instant access to healthcare — anytime, anywhere.
Health Care
Information Services
Internet
Medical
Palo Alto
California
United States
1660
1/1/2010
101-250
Late Stage Venture
$88,250,000
$50,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Innovation Endeavors, Mayfield Fund, Great Oaks Venture Capital, The Perkins Fund
Geoff Rutledge, Ron Gutman, Sastry Nanduri, Sean Mehra
39
Tempo
Tempo designs and develops a home fitness platform with personal guidance to help users in their training sessions. It features live elite trainers who can help users when they make mistakes. It has built-in three-dimensional sensors that track form, counts reps, and recommend weights. It helps users to improve in real-time. Powered by 3D motion sensors and AI, it analyzes 25 of the body’s essential joints as users work out and gives understood form feedback. Moawia Eldeeb and Joshua Augustin founded it as Pivot in 2015, with its headquarters in San Francisco in California.
3D Technology
Artificial Intelligence
Consumer Goods
Fitness
Quantified Self
Wellness
San Francisco
California
United States
1691
1/1/2015
101-250
Late Stage Venture
$298,800,000
$220,000,000
General Catalyst, SoftBank Vision Fund, Khosla Ventures, Founders Fund, Norwest Venture Partners
Joshua Augustin, Moawia Eldeeb
40
Synchron
Synchron Inc. manufactures and markets a medical device that can be delivered to the brain with a catheter to record neuron signals that might be used to control an advanced prosthetic.
Manufacturing
Marketing
Medical Device
Campbell
California
United States
1726
4/1/2016
Nov-50
Early Stage Venture
$50,000,000
$40,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Neurotechnology Investors, DARPA, Shanda Group, re.Mind Capital
Nicholas Opie, Thomas Oxley
41
Ellevest
Ellevest provides an engaging investing experience to help women meet their financial goals in life. Ellevest offers a modern, engaging user experience. The same care, thoughtfulness, and attention to detail that is reflected in its beautiful, easy-to-use interface are applied to the construction of its portfolios, its selection of investments, and the development of the algorithms that drive its forecasts and recommendations.
Financial Services
FinTech
Impact Investing
Women's
New York
United States
1728
1/1/2014
51-100
Early Stage Venture
$91,411,327
$12,311,327
Alumni Ventures Group, Khosla Ventures, Salesforce Ventures, Mastercard, Ulu Ventures
Charlie Kroll, Sallie Krawcheck
42
Future
Future offers one-on-one digital training with fitness coaches, at home, at the gym, or on-the-go. Future pairs its clients with coaches who have trained pro athletes, Hollywood celebrities, and working professionals.
Fitness
Mobile Apps
Training
San Francisco
California
United States
1741
1/1/2017
51-100
Early Stage Venture
$35,500,000
$24,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Abstract Ventures, Caffeinated Capital, Trustbridge Partners, Kleiner Perkins
Justin Santamaria, Rishi Mandal
43
Roofstock
Roofstock is an online marketplace for investing in leased single-family rental homes in a transparent and low-friction way. The company provides its clients with research, analytics, and insights to evaluate and purchase independently certified properties at set prices. It enables its investors to treat their real estate investments more like stock portfolios, focusing on asset allocation, rather than researching, and buying vacant homes that need to be repaired and leased. Founded in 2015, Roofstock gets its funding from Bain Capital, Ron Conway, Khosla Ventures, Marc Benioff, and other investment companies. It is headquartered in Oakland, California.
FinTech
Marketplace
Real Estate
Rental Property
Oakland
California
United States
1776
1/1/2015
101-250
Late Stage Venture
$132,250,000
$50,000,000
Khosla Ventures, QED Investors, FJ Labs, SV Angel, Bain Capital Ventures
Devin Wade, Gary Beasley, Gregor Watson, Rich Ford
44
CloudTrucks
CloudTrucks develops a virtual trucking carrier application designed to reduce operating costs for truck drivers. The platform helps to manage and book loads from brokers and shippers, offer instant payments after load delivery, and access to cheap insurance options, enabling truck owners and operators to strategize their schedule and design a revenue-maximizing driving program. The company was founded in 2019 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.
Apps
Freight Service
Logistics
Shipping
Transportation
San Francisco
California
United States
1816
1/1/2019
Nov-50
Early Stage Venture
$26,600,000
$20,500,000
Khosla Ventures, Craft Ventures, Abstract Ventures, Caffeinated Capital, Kindred Ventures
George Ezenna, Jin Shieh, Tobenna Arodiogbu
45
Ochre Bio
Ochre Bio develops genomic medicines to rejuvenate donors' livers before transplant, so that everyone who needs a new liver gets one. They use genomics to find and shut down over-active genes driving disease and then go directly to testing therapies in discarded donor livers that keep alive outside of the body. Ochre Bio is within the heart of Oxford’s biotech innovation hub. Their scientific roots can be traced back to over 15 years leading liver genomics research and experience in bringing advanced therapies to market.
Biopharma
Biotechnology
Health Care
Therapeutics
Oxford
Oxfordshire
United Kingdom
1895
9/1/2019
Nov-50
Seed
$9,750,000
$9,600,000
Khosla Ventures, Y Combinator, Expa, Hoxton Ventures, BACKED VC
Jack O'meara, Quin Wills
46
Greenlight Biosciences
GreenLight Biosciences is an integrated life sciences company with a cutting-edge platform to deliver higher-quality RNA at a lower cost and more quickly than was ever before possible. GreenLight develops RNA products and collaborates with industry leaders to advance vaccine development, pandemic preparation, crop management, plant protection and support the health of bees and other pollinators.
Agriculture
AgTech
Biotechnology
Chemical
Fuel
Sustainability
Medford
Massachusetts
United States
1992
1/1/2008
101-250
Late Stage Venture
$215,000,000
$102,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Alexandria Venture Investments, S2G Ventures, Cormorant Asset Management, Lupa Systems
Andrey Zarur, James Swartz, Marta Ortega-Valle
47
Plastiq
Plastiq provides convenient, flexible, and secure payment options. Plastiq makes it possible for business owners and savvy consumers to use a credit card for practically any expense, even ones like rent that normally require a check. The service makes it easier for cardholders to earn credit card rewards, tap early-payment discounts, and use cash in the ways that make the most sense for their lives. Plastiq is advancing innovative payment solutions to more than 150 countries around the world. Plastiq was founded in 2012 and is based in San Francisco, California.
Credit Cards
E-Commerce
Financial Services
FinTech
Payments
San Francisco
California
United States
2002
1/1/2012
101-250
Late Stage Venture
$141,849,986
$75,000,000
Alumni Ventures Group, Khosla Ventures, DST Global, FJ Labs, Greenoaks Capital
Daniel Choi, Eliot Buchanan
48
LanzaTech
LanzaTech is turning our global carbon crisis into a feedstock opportunity with the potential to displace 30% of crude oil use today and reduce global CO2 emissions by 10%. By recycling carbon from industrial off-gases; syngas generated from any biomass resource (e.g. municipal solid waste (MSW), organic industrial waste, agricultural waste); and reformed biogas, LanzaTech can reduce emissions and make new products for a circular carbon economy. LanzaTech’s carbon recycling technology is like retrofitting a brewery onto an emission source like a steel mill or a landfill site, but instead of using sugars and yeast to make beer, pollution is converted by bacteria to fuels and chemicals! Imagine a day when your plane is powered by recycled GHG emissions, when your yoga pants started life as pollution from a steel mill. This future is possible using LanzaTech technology.
Clean Energy
CleanTech
Fuel
Natural Resources
Renewable Energy
Sustainability
Skokie
Illinois
United States
2126
1/1/2005
51-100
Late Stage Venture
$280,400,000
$4,100,000
Khosla Ventures, CICC, Qiming Venture Partners, Novo Holdings, Western Technology Investment
Sean Simpson
49
Atomwise
Atomwise Inc. is a deep learning AI technology for structure-based small molecule drug discovery. Atomwise performs hundreds of projects per year in partnership with some of the world’s largest pharmaceutical and agrochemical companies, as well as more than 200 universities and hospitals in 40 countries. Its speed and accuracy make it the most advanced technology for small molecule binding affinity prediction. AtomNet, its AI platform built for drug discovery contains more than 16 billion molecules for virtual screening.
Artificial Intelligence
Health Care
Machine Learning
Medical
Pharmaceutical
San Francisco
California
United States
2212
1/1/2012
101-250
Early Stage Venture
$176,645,000
$2,300,000
Tencent, Creative Destruction Lab (CDL), Khosla Ventures, B Capital Group, Y Combinator
Abraham Heifets, Alexander Levy, Dr. Izhar Wallach
50
Aisera
AISERA is an information technology company that offers solutions for IT, HR, customer service, facilities, and cloud operations of companies, businesses, and organizations. It specializes in artificial intelligence, NLP, and NLU. The company was founded in 2017 and headquartered in Palo Alto, California.
Artificial Intelligence
Cloud Data Services
Information Technology
Sales Automation
Palo Alto
California
United States
2495
1/1/2017
101-250
Late Stage Venture
$74,499,999
$40,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Norwest Venture Partners, First Round Capital, True Ventures, Menlo Ventures
Christos Tryfonas, Muddu Sudhakar
51
Viome
Viome is a provider of comprehensive health insights designed to help people track their microbiome health, mitochondrial health, cellular health, and biological age. The company's insights help users to make suitable lifestyle and nutrition choices for them, enabling users to assess their internal eco-system with simple personalized recommendations.
Dietary Supplements
Health Care
Medical
Wellness
Bellevue
Washington
United States
2531
10/1/2016
51-100
Early Stage Venture
$48,500,002
$3,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Marc Benioff, Bold Capital Partners, Physician Partners, Nomad Capital Partners
Deepak Savadatti, Naveen Jain
52
D2iq
The Mesosphere Datacenter Operating System (DC/OS) is a new kind of operating system that spans all of the servers in a physical or cloud-based datacenter, and runs on top of any Linux distribution. Mesosphere's DC/OS makes executing and managing applications in a data center just like launching applications on a laptop by running them on Apache Mesos.
Cloud Computing
Cloud Infrastructure
Data Center Automation
Enterprise Software
San Francisco
California
United States
2651
3/1/2013
251-500
Late Stage Venture
$247,250,000
$125,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz, Microsoft, Foundation Capital, SV Angel
Benjamin Hindman, Florian Leibert, Tobi Knaup
53
Vicarious Surgical
Vicarious Surgical is a next generation robotics company developing a disruptive technology with the goal of increasing the efficiency of surgical procedures, improving patient outcomes and reducing healthcare costs.
Health Care
Medical
Robotics
Virtual Reality
Waltham
Massachusetts
United States
2662
1/1/2014
51-100
Early Stage Venture
$43,150,000
$13,200,000
Khosla Ventures, Bill Gates, Marc Benioff, Innovation Endeavors, AME Cloud Ventures
Adam Sachs, Barry Greene, Sammy Khalifa
54
HackerRank
HackerRank, the developer skills company, helps businesses attract, evaluate and hire the best technical talent from around the world. Over 2,000 customers across all industries, including 25% of the Fortune 100, rely on HackerRank to raise their hiring bar. More than 11 million developers (30% of the global developer population) trust HackerRank to learn and practice coding skills. Every eight seconds, a developer completes a HackerRank assessment. For more information, visit www.hackerrank.com.
Employment
Internet
Internet of Things
Recruiting
Skill Assessment
Software
Mountain View
California
United States
2839
1/1/2009
101-250
Late Stage Venture
$42,900,000
$30,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Battery Ventures, SV Angel, Y Combinator, JMI Equity
Harishankaran Karunanidhi, Vivek Ravisankar
55
AttackIQ
AttackIQ is an automated validation platform that enables organizations to test and measure the effectiveness of their security posture. It supports the MITRE ATT&CK Matrix, a curated knowledge base and model for cyber adversary behavior used for planning security improvements and verifying security defenses work as expected. Its "FireDrill" platform is an open-system or security control validation, SECOPS operator exercise, Red Team augmentation, and analytics. The platform allows teams to maximize their reach and capabilities, overcoming the limitations of time and resources. It also enables users to identify how individual assets in their security program respond to specific attacks. AttackIQ was established in 2013 and is based in San Diego, California.
Computer
Cyber Security
Network Security
Security
Software
San Diego
California
United States
2939
1/1/2013
101-250
Late Stage Venture
$74,586,842
$42,686,842
Index Ventures, Khosla Ventures, Salesforce Ventures, Qualcomm Ventures, Telstra Ventures
Rajesh Sharma, Stephan Chenette
56
Velo3D
Velo3D is a digital manufacturing company using a Sapphire 3D production printer and flow print preparation software to print 3D metals. Bringing together an integrated solution of software, hardware, and process-control innovation, Velo3D introduced the first SupportFree capability for 3D metal printing. This enables unlimited design innovation by reducing the need for support structures in metal additive manufacturing. The company’s Sapphire system is built with a semiconductor mindset on quality assurance, ensuring repeatability and dependability throughout serial manufacturing.
3D Printing
3D Technology
Manufacturing
Campbell
California
United States
3002
1/1/2014
101-250
Late Stage Venture
$50,085,521
$28,000,000
Bessemer Venture Partners, Khosla Ventures, Playground Global, Piva Capital, Taiyo Nippon Sanso Corp
Benny Buller, Erel Milshtein
57
Atmos
Atmos is building a managed marketplace for homebuilding, connecting home buyers that want to build a house with builders who can help them do just that and the financing to make it happen.
Construction
Consumer
Marketplace
Real Estate
San Francisco
California
United States
3005
1/1/2019
Nov-50
Seed
$6,155,000
$4,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Y Combinator, Soma Capital, Bedrock Capital, Sam Altman
Austin Kahn, Matthew Rastovac, Nicholas Donahue, Trent Hedge
58
ContentFly
ContentFly makes generating quality content ridiculously easy & affordable for any business, for a flat monthly fee. Get content on-demand, high quality, and written by professional writers.
Advertising
Digital Marketing
Marketing
Marketing Automation
SEO
Toronto
Ontario
Canada
3112
1/1/2018
10-Jan
Early Stage Venture
$8,915,033
$8,915,033
Khosla Ventures, FJ Labs, Y Combinator, Global Founders Capital, 2.12 Angels
Annika Helendi
59
Homebase
Homebase helps to reduce the administrative burden of hourly work by automating scheduling, timesheets, and communication between employees. The basic tools are free, with tiered pricing options for additional features.
Human Resources
Local
Professional Services
Small and Medium Businesses
Software
San Francisco
California
United States
3167
1/1/2014
Nov-50
Early Stage Venture
$28,000,000
$20,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Bain Capital Ventures, Cowboy Ventures, Baseline Ventures, Rothenberg Ventures
John Waldmann
60
Docbot
Docbot, Inc. is an artificial intelligence technology company focusing on gastrointestinal (GI) disease. Docbot’s products are built on the UltivisionAI software platform for real-time image analysis, automated reporting, and analytic tools to improve patient care and clinical workflows. Our mission is to provide the most powerful AI-assisted image analysis solutions to revolutionize GI care.
Artificial Intelligence
Enterprise Software
Health Care
Information Technology
Medical Device
Irvine
California
United States
3176
8/1/2014
10-Jan
Early Stage Venture
$4,000,000
$4,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Y Combinator, Collaborative Fund, Pegasus Tech Ventures, Kleiner Perkins
Andrew Ninh, Jason Samarasena, Tyler Dao, William Karnes
61
Ripple Foods
Ripple exists to make dairy-free as it should be: high in protein, low in sugar, loaded with nutrition and delicious. That’s where Ripple comes in. Ripple has 8x the protein of almond milk and half the sugar of dairy milk. It’s high in bioavailable calcium (50% more than milk), potassium and provides a good source of omega-3s. It’s lower in calories than milk and best of all, it has the creamy, delicious texture our dairy-free friends are missing. No more thin, chalky almond/ soy/ cashew milk.
Food and Beverage
Food Processing
Sustainability
Emeryville
California
United States
3262
1/1/2014
51-100
Late Stage Venture
$186,327,244
$55,766,652
Goldman Sachs, OurCrowd, Khosla Ventures, GV, Collaborative Fund
Adam Lowry, Neil Renninger
62
Mojo Vision
Mojo Vision is a developer of augmented reality products and platforms intended to invent the future of computing. The company has developed a smart contact lens with a built-in display that gives timely information without interrupting the focus and delivers immediate, powerful, and relevant information without the intrusions of today's mobile devices, enabling users to connect with others at a glance, anytime, anywhere handsfree. Mojo Vision was founded in 2015 and headquartered in Saratoga, California.
Big Data
Computer Vision
Health Diagnostics
Internet of Things
Medical
Mobile
Software
Wearables
Saratoga
California
United States
3311
1/1/2015
101-250
Late Stage Venture
$159,000,000
Khosla Ventures, New Enterprise Associates, 8VC, StartX (Stanford-StartX Fund), Fusion Fund
Drew Perkins, Michael Wiemer
63
Karius
Karius is a life sciences company focused on generating genomic insights for infectious diseases with a non-invasive Karius Test that helps clinicians make rapid, treatment decisions. By mapping each patient’s microbial landscape from a single blood draw, Karius moves closer to a vision of a world where infectious disease is no longer a major threat to human health. The Karius laboratory is CLIA-certified and CAP-accredited to perform high-complexity clinical laboratory testing.
Biotechnology
Genetics
Information Technology
Life Science
Redwood City
California
United States
3449
1/1/2014
51-100
Early Stage Venture
$254,000,000
$165,000,000
General Catalyst, Tencent, SoftBank Vision Fund, Khosla Ventures, Lightspeed Venture Partners
Mickey Kertesz, Steve Quake, Tim Blauwkamp
64
Ellipsis Health
Ellipsis Health is an early stage start-up developing affective computing for existing patient/care team interactions to create a real-time, behavioral health vital sign for each patient. We provide a simple, cost-effective way for health systems to continually screen their patient population for conditions such as depression and get patients the support they need.
Fitness
Health Care
Information Technology
Software
San Francisco
California
United States
3502
1/1/2017
Nov-50
Early Stage Venture
$30,021,105
$26,000,000
Alumni Ventures Group, Khosla Ventures, Marc Benioff, City Light Capital, Greycroft
Dr. Michael Aratow, Mainul I, Mainul I Mondal
65
Rightway
Rightway is a leading technology and services company radically simplifying healthcare for clients and members. Its Care Navigation and new-to-the world PBM platform reimagine the member experience, generate industry-leading engagement, and significantly reduce total cost-of-care.
Health Care
Medical
New York
United States
3600
1/1/2017
101-250
Late Stage Venture
$130,000,000
$100,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Tiger Global Management, Thrive Capital
Jordan Feldman, Theodore Feldman
66
Commonwealth Fusion
Commonwealth Fusion is a research company that develops energy through an inexhaustible power plant. It uses rare-earth barium copper oxide superconductor technology to develop energy. They combine proven physics backed by decades of government-funded fusion research with a revolutionary superconducting magnet technology to accelerate the path to commercial fusion energy Commonwealth Fusion Systems (CFS) is on track to bring fusion energy technology to the market. CFS was spun out of MIT and is collaborating with MIT’s Plasma Science and Fusion Center to leverage decades of research combined with the innovation and speed of the private sector. Supported by the investors in breakthrough energy technologies, the CFS team is uniquely positioned to deliver the fastest path to commercial fusion energy. Commonwealth Fusion began operation in 2017, with its headquarters in Cambridge in Massachusetts.
Clean Energy
Electrical Distribution
Energy
Renewable Energy
Cambridge
Massachusetts
United States
3649
1/1/2017
51-100
Early Stage Venture
$199,000,000
$84,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Temasek Holdings, Breakthrough Energy Ventures, Moore Strategic Ventures, Equinor
Martin Greenwald, Robert Mumgaard
67
Mainspring Energy
San Francisco Bay Area, Silicon Valley, West Coast
Clean Energy
Energy
Oil and Gas
Menlo Park
California
United States
3910
1/1/2010
101-250
Late Stage Venture
$178,000,000
$95,000,000
Alumni Ventures Group, Khosla Ventures, Bill Gates, Chevron Technology Ventures, ClearSky
Adam Simpson, Matt Svrcek, Shannon Miller
68
OpenTrons
OpenTrons is a developer of a pipetting robot technology designed to automate experiments. The company's technology is automated laboratory equipment that automates experiments by using Python language, enabling scientific researchers to make the process faster and less tiresome.
Biotechnology
Developer APIs
Robotics
Brooklyn
New York
United States
3947
1/1/2013
10-Jan
Early Stage Venture
$40,034,056
Khosla Ventures, SOSV, Y Combinator, Lerer Hippeau, Fifty Years
Chiu Chau, Nicholas Wagner, Will Canine
69
Peek
Peek is a travel activities marketplace based in San Francisco, California. Peek makes the world's tours and activities easily bookable -- anytime, anywhere. Their technology empowers operators to better manage and grow their businesses. Peek's trusted marketplace connects people with everyday adventures that create lasting memories. The Peek.com website and mobile app are marketing channels that generate new customers by making thousands of activities bookable online.
Internet
Marketplace
Mobile
SaaS
Tourism
Travel
San Francisco
California
United States
4262
1/1/2012
101-250
Early Stage Venture
$39,900,000
$23,000,000
Khosla Ventures, SV Angel, Cathay Innovation, Jack Dorsey, I2BF Global Ventures
Oskar Bruening, Ruzwana Bashir
70
Pymetrics
Pymetrics develops neuroscience-based assessment and prediction technology to transform the way companies hire, retain, and develop their employees. It offers cognitive and emotional assessment solutions; and a personalized and dynamic recommendation engine for recruiting/hiring, retaining, and developing talent. Frida E. Polli and Julie Yoo founded Pymetrics in September 2013. Its headquarters is in New York City.
Artificial Intelligence
Intelligent Systems
Neuroscience
Recruiting
Software
Staffing Agency
New York
United States
4412
1/1/2011
51-100
Early Stage Venture
$56,630,000
$40,000,000
Khosla Ventures, General Atlantic, Salesforce Ventures, MassChallenge, Workday Ventures
Frida E. Polli, Julie Yoo
71
Caption Health
Caption Health will use this funding to scale up its commercial operations, continue to develop its AI technology platform and form new partnerships. As more providers adopt the Caption AI platform, the company plans to add new clinical capabilities to expand the use of Caption AI in additional care settings.
Artificial Intelligence
Health Care
Health Diagnostics
Machine Learning
Medical
Medical Device
Brisbane
California
United States
4505
11/12/2013
Nov-50
Early Stage Venture
$60,902,723
$53,000,000
Khosla Ventures, DCVC, Atlantic Bridge, 11.2 Capital, Edwards Lifesciences
Charles Cadieu, Kilian Koepsell
72
Homebound
Homebound is a custom homebuilder that makes building the perfect home simple, transparent and human. Born out of the 2017 Northern California wildfires, Homebound was created by a local team of construction, real estate, design and technology experts who set out to create a better homebuilding solution for friends, family and neighbors affected. Homebound is the first homebuilder to manage the entire building process for homeowners and support them every step of the way — from insurance negotiation and architecture all the way to permitting, construction and move-in. Through easy-to-use technology and a network of vetted building experts, Homebound is simplifying the rebuilding process and alleviating the stress, complexity and uncertainty homeowners face after a natural disaster.
Architecture
Construction
Home Improvement
Home Renovation
Interior Design
Santa Rosa
California
United States
4760
1/1/2018
51-100
Early Stage Venture
$53,000,000
$35,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Craft Ventures, GV, Forerunner Ventures, Sound Ventures
Michael Richards, Nikki Pechet, Tom O'Brien
73
b8ta
B8ta is a software-powered retailer designed to make physical retail accessible for all. It is a new kind of retail store designed to improve the customer and maker experience. b8ta helps people discover, try, and learn about new tech and innovative products while empowering makers with a simple retail-as-a-service model that puts them in control. When makers have easy, direct access to physical retail, customers will, in turn, have unbiased access to what the world is creating. The company brings makers closer to customers in real life, allowing everyone to discover, try, and learn about new products first hand. It was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.
Electronics
Hardware
Retail
Retail Technology
Shopping
Software
San Francisco
California
United States
4786
1/1/2015
101-250
Late Stage Venture
$88,500,000
$50,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Macy's, Sound Ventures, Fifth Wall, Palm Drive Capital
Nicholas Mann, Phillip Raub, Vibhu Norby, William Mintun
74
EGenesis
EGenesis operates as a biotechnology company. The Company focuses on leveraging genome editing technology to deliver safe and effective human transplantable cells, tissues, and organs. eGenesis serves patients worldwide.
Biopharma
Biotechnology
Genetics
Life Science
Medical
Cambridge
Massachusetts
United States
4976
1/1/2014
Nov-50
Late Stage Venture
$265,000,000
$125,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Bayer, Polaris Partners, Alexandria Venture Investments, Invus
Geoff MacKay, George Church, Luhan Yang
75
Overture Life
Greater New York Area, East Coast, Northeastern US
Biotechnology
New York
United States
4981
1/1/2017
Nov-50
Early Stage Venture
$45,000,000
$15,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Felicis Ventures, GV, Octopus Ventures, Marc Benioff
Martin Varsavsky, Santiago Munne
76
Curai Health
Curai is a virtual care company that uses artificial intelligence to provide chat-based primary care at a lower cost. It aims to make affordable, high-quality primary care accessible to everyone on the planet, whenever they want it. Founded by Neal Khosla and Xavier Amatriain in 2017, Curai Health offers chat-based primary care that combines clinicians with the industry's most advanced AI to create a learning healthcare system that increasingly slashes the cost of delivering high-quality care. Headquartered in Palo Alto, Curai Health is available directly to consumers or through enterprise partnerships.
Artificial Intelligence
Health Care
Health Diagnostics
Machine Learning
Palo Alto
California
United States
4992
1/1/2017
Nov-50
Early Stage Venture
$38,200,000
$27,500,000
General Catalyst, Khosla Ventures, Civilization Ventures, Morningside Ventures
Anitha Kannan, Neal Khosla, Neil Hunt, Xavier Amatriain
77
Pendulum Therapeutics
Pendulum Therapeutics believes therapies developed using evidence-based microbiome science and DNA sequencing can help heal the body from within. Armed with 13 patents and 42 pending, the company introduced its flagship product Pendulum Glucose Control, a medical probiotic, in 2020 and demonstrated its efficacy in lowering blood sugar spikes and reducing A1C in a published clinical trial. Founded in 2013 by a diverse team of scientists with deep microbiology, biochemistry, computational, and clinical expertise, Pendulum has raised $111 million to date from Meritech Capital, Sequoia Capital, True Ventures, Khosla Ventures, AME Cloud Ventures and Mayo Clinic among others. Pendulum Therapeutics is headquartered in San Francisco.
Biotechnology
Health Diagnostics
Medical
Therapeutics
San Francisco
California
United States
4997
1/1/2013
51-100
Late Stage Venture
$111,200,000
$54,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Mayo Clinic, Sequoia Capital, True Ventures, Felicis Ventures
Colleen Cutcliffe, James H. Bullard, John S. Eid
78
Modal
At Modal, we build the future of auto commerce for the world’s largest auto brands and retailers. We take the moving parts of an auto purchase transaction and assemble them into a simple, digital transaction flow that seamlessly fits any webpage and transforms any showroom. We are a team of leaders from the world’s top technology companies like Google, Facebook, Tesla, Paypal, Accenture and backed by notable investors like Y Combinator, Peter Thiel, Khosla Ventures, and Ally Financial. With our commerce, design, and technology expertise, we’re not just modernizing auto retail, we’re redefining auto ownership. To quote Peter Thiel, Modal is a “complex coordination” of many different technologies, driving billions of dollars in transaction volume every year. The company was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.
Automotive
E-Commerce
Mobile
Software
San Francisco
California
United States
5167
1/1/2015
Nov-50
Early Stage Venture
$20,700,000
$8,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Y Combinator, Bullpen Capital, Pegasus Tech Ventures, Propel(X)
Aaron Krane
79
Kernel
Kernel is a neuroscience company that specializes in developing brain-recording technologies. Its custom-built, non-invasive brain interface acquires neural signals similar in quality to fMRI, MEG & ECoG, as easy to use as EEG. It was founded in 2016 and is headquartered in Los Angeles, California.
Intelligent Systems
Life Science
Neuroscience
Los Angeles
California
United States
5357
1/1/2016
51-100
Late Stage Venture
$107,000,000
$53,000,000
General Catalyst, Khosla Ventures, Eldridge, Manta Ray Ventures, Bryan Johnson
Bryan Johnson
80
Abacus.AI is an AI research company that is focused on the hard problems that enterprises have. It allows organizations to plug and play deep learning systems into their existing customer experiences and business processes. The company was founded in 2019 and is based in San Francisco, California.
Artificial Intelligence
Computer
Machine Learning
Software
San Francisco
California
United States
5422
4/1/2019
Nov-50
Early Stage Venture
$40,250,000
$22,000,000
Index Ventures, Khosla Ventures, Elad Gil, Coatue, Jerry Yang
Arvind Sundararajan, Bindu Reddy, Siddartha Naidu
81
Q Bio
Q Bio was founded in 2015 by Jeffrey Kaditz, serial entrepreneur and Founder of Affirm, Dr Michael Snyder, Chair of Genetics and Director of Personalized Medicine and Stanford University, and Dr Garry Choy, physician, radiologist, and former Chief Medical Information Officer at Mass General Hospital. Q Bio is fortunate to be backed by some of the best venture groups in the world including: A16Z, Khosla Ventures, Founders Fund, SciFi VC, and Kevin Durant. This interdisciplinary team based in San Carlos, CA is comprised of pioneers in fields such applied math, computational physics, electrical engineering, genetics, and radiology, hail from a dizzying array of home countries and cultural backgrounds.
Biotechnology
Health Care
Information Technology
Medical
San Carlos
California
United States
5550
6/1/2015
Nov-50
Early Stage Venture
$84,000,000
$60,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Founders Fund, Andreessen Horowitz, SciFi VC, Thirty Five Ventures
Garry Choy, Jeffrey Kaditz, Michael Snyder
82
Gobble
Gobble delivers gourmet 15-minute meal kits right to your doorstep. These chef-designed meals are easy to prepare, with simple recipe steps and fresh ingredients that have been chopped, portioned, and simmered so that dinner is both fast and flavorful. Gobble combines the convenience of takeout with the health, satisfaction, and freshness of a home-cooked meal. Our Executive Chef Thomas Ricci carefully curates each recipe so that anyone can create a dynamic meal at home in just minutes - think of us as personal sous chefs! New, seasonal menus are released weekly, and include dishes for every palate. Whether you're looking for global cuisine, low-calorie options, comfort classics, vegetarian recipes, or kid-friendly meals, we have you covered. Plus, we think beyond dinner with delicious options for breakfast, lunch, sides, desserts, and more! Our CEO Ooshma Garg was inspired to help people cook up happiness even on the busiest evenings, and since founding Gobble in 2010, she has graced Forbes’ Top 30 Innovators Under 30 list. Our operations have grown rapidly, serving 47 states and spanning offices in California, Pennsylvania, and Toronto. Find out why our customers call us a life-saver on busy weeknights. We're dedicated to helping households across the country spend less time working in the kitchen, and more time at the table with the people they love. Visit www.gobble.com to check out our latest culinary creations.
Cooking
Delivery
E-Commerce
Food Processing
Hospitality
San Francisco
California
United States
5727
1/1/2010
Nov-50
Early Stage Venture
$29,943,000
Khosla Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz, Felicis Ventures, SV Angel, Y Combinator
Ooshma Garg
83
Luka (dba Replika)
Luka is a software development company based in San Francisco, California. The company created Luka app, a new messenger with AI-powered chatbots. They help you find places to eat, do web search, make plans together, pick places to eat, play trivia games and lots of other things in a messenger. In 2016 Luka launched a closed testing of Replika, a new app that allows to create a personal AI that you teach through text conversations. The app is powered by a proprietary deep learning architecture.
Artificial Intelligence
Lifestyle
Restaurants
Software
Travel
San Francisco
California
United States
5745
1/1/2015
Nov-50
Early Stage Venture
$10,920,000
$6,500,000
Khosla Ventures, Y Combinator, Ludlow Ventures, Shervin Pishevar, ACME Capital
Eugenia Kuyda, Philipp Dudchuk
84
Inflammatix
Inflammatix develops a novel molecular diagnostics for acute infections and sepsis that work by 'reading' the immune system. It is a molecular diagnostics company developing rapid tests that read the immune system to resolve major clinical and public health challenges. They are initially focused on developing tests for acute bacterial and viral infections, and sepsis based on patent-pending biomarkers exclusively licensed from Stanford University. The company was founded by Timothy Sweeney and Jonathan Romanowsky in California.
Big Data
Bioinformatics
Biotechnology
Health Care
Health Diagnostics
Burlingame
California
United States
5956
1/1/2016
51-100
Late Stage Venture
$136,099,923
$102,000,000
Khosla Ventures, StartX (Stanford-StartX Fund), Northpond Ventures, D1 Capital Partners, DARPA
Jonathan Romanowsky, Purvesh Khatri, Tim Sweeney
85
Scipher Medicine
At Scipher Medicine, we are committed to transforming the way providers prescribe drugs, as well as the way manufacturers, develop new drugs. We have built a molecular map of all protein interactions that identifies genomic signatures and links those to disease and predictive treatment outcomes. Using a simple blood sample to analyze RNA, we can predict if a patient is likely to respond to a targeted therapy before therapy is prescribed. This insight allows patients to start the most effective therapy from day one. For our first commercial product, we have developed PrismRA®, a first-of-its-kind blood test that can predict which patients with rheumatoid arthritis are less likely to respond to TNFi therapies such as Humira® and Enbrel® so that such patients can go on alternative approved drugs. We also used a different one for the ACO Payer Summit, I’ve provided that as well: Scipher Medicine is building the future of patient treatment. Most patients who are prescribed blockbuster therapies today don't respond to treatment, costing the healthcare industry billions in wasted drugs while patients continue to suffer. Scipher's platform identifies which drug will work based on the patient's fundamental disease biology, and not based on symptoms, disease classification, or medical bias. A routine blood test predicts which drug he/she will respond to, with our first product focusing on rheumatoid arthritis, ensuring that the most optimal treatment is prescribed from day one. The molecular data generated by our tests is then used to fuel novel target discovery to address a clear unmet medical need in patients who do not respond to any existing therapy.
Alternative Medicine
Biotechnology
Health Care
Health Diagnostics
Waltham
Massachusetts
United States
6010
1/1/2014
51-100
Late Stage Venture
$117,000,000
$82,000,000
Alumni Ventures Group, Khosla Ventures, Optum Ventures, Northpond Ventures, aMoon Fund
Albert László Barabasi, Joseph Loscalzo
86
Academia.edu is the largest and fastest-growing platform in the world for sharing academic research. Its mission is to accelerate and democratize academic research. Over 150 million academics have signed up to Academia.edu, adding 25 million papers. Over 100,000 people join Academia.edu each day. Academia.edu attracts over 52 million unique visitors a month. 40% of the world's faculty log in to Academia.edu every month. The company was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.
Education
Higher Education
Information Technology
Internet
Social Media
San Francisco
California
United States
6236
1/1/2008
51-100
Late Stage Venture
$38,800,000
$21,000,000
Tencent, Khosla Ventures, True Ventures, Spark Capital, LocalGlobe
Richard Price
87
Uhnder
Uhnder is a start-up developing products for sensing, cognition, and communication for the Internet of Things (IoT) market. It is headquartered in California with engineering and operations based in Austin and St. Louis. Uhnder develops a digital automotive radar-on-chip designed to automate systems for safety and better feedback response. Uhnder disrupts the autonomous vehicle business with what it says is a more accurate and reliable alternative to light detection and ranging, known as lidar, which is one of the most common technologies used to make vehicles more aware of their surroundings. Uhnder's chip helps to avoid collisions, alerts to potential problems, helps with quick localization, as electronic fences for navigation and localization and for communication.
Apps
Automotive
Autonomous Vehicles
Internet of Things
Semiconductor
Austin
Texas
United States
6293
1/1/2015
Nov-50
Late Stage Venture
$45,000,000
$45,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Qualcomm Ventures, Sands Capital Ventures, Lockheed Martin, SAIC
Curtis Davis, Manju Hegde
88
Arevo
AREVO, based in Silicon Valley, California, develops technology to enable direct digital additive manufacturing of ultra-strong, lightweight composite parts for end use applications in high volume. With the company's unique combination of breakthrough materials, powerful design/build software, and free motion robotics for the first “true 3D” construction, AREVO is moving beyond prototypes by enabling the design and fabrication of large, mass-produced parts and structures, quickly leading 3D printing into mainstream manufacturing. AREVO provides designers and manufacturers with unprecedented freedom to unlock the unparalleled strength and weight of composite materials for a wide range of consumer and industrial products, and has seen early success manufacturing CFRTP composite parts for OEM customers. With an initial focus on Aerospace, Defense, Consumer Electronics, Transportation, and Consumer Goods, Arevo is poised to optimize additive manufacturing services to OEM’s worldwide.
3D Printing
Computer
Manufacturing
Robotics
Software
Milpitas
California
United States
6490
5/1/2013
51-100
Early Stage Venture
$44,500,000
$25,000,000
Khosla Ventures, GGV Capital, In-Q-Tel, Defy.vc, Sumitomo Corporation
Hemant Bheda, Riley Reese, Shekar Mantha, Wiener Mondesir
89
Ayasdi
Ayasdi Care, an advanced analytics company, offers a machine intelligence platform and intelligent applications to its clients across the world. The company enables its users to solve their big data and complex data analytics challenges and to automate formerly manual processes using their own unique data. Its machine intelligence platform combines scalable computing and big data infrastructure with the machine learning, statistical and geometric algorithms, and topological data analysis to increase its productivity. The company’s clientele is comprised of Global 500 corporations, governments, and scientific research institutions. It is licensed on an annual subscription basis.
Analytics
Artificial Intelligence
Big Data
Data Visualization
Machine Learning
Software
Menlo Park
California
United States
6513
1/1/2008
51-100
Late Stage Venture
$106,348,982
$55,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Citi Ventures, Institutional Venture Partners, Floodgate, GE Ventures
Gunnar Carlsson, Gurjeet Singh, Harlan Sexton
90
Siren
Siren is a developer of a diabetic foot monitoring system used to detect and treat diabetics. Its diabetic socks are made up of Neurofabric, a textile with microsensors embedded directly into the fabric, continuously monitor foot temperature that help users to detect signs of inflammation, the precursor to diabetic foot ulcers.
Consumer Electronics
Health Care
Textiles
San Francisco
California
United States
6521
1/1/2015
10-Jan
Early Stage Venture
$21,929,782
Khosla Ventures, 500 Startups, Portfolia, Liquid 2 Ventures, DCM Ventures
Henk Jan Scholten, Jie Fu, Ran Ma
91
Fernish
Fernish is a furniture rental startup company that offers provides furniture as a subscription model to consumers living a mobile lifestyle. The company seeks to redefine the way the market sees furniture rental by positioning itself as a lifestyle brand. It offers a rent to own program that allows subscribers to apply their previous payments towards the cost of the piece or pieces they want to buy at the end of their subscription. Users are allowed to subscribe to an entire room or specific pieces and can even swap out things they don’t like or simply want to change up at any point. Founders Michael Barlow and Lucas Dickey launched the company in Los Angeles, California in 2017.
E-Commerce
Furniture
Interior Design
Lifestyle
Los Angeles
California
United States
6607
1/1/2017
51-100
Early Stage Venture
$45,000,000
$15,000,000
Alumni Ventures Group, Khosla Ventures, Techstars, Spencer Rascoff, RET Ventures
Lucas Dickey, Michael Barlow
92
Rocket Lab
Rocket Lab delivers a range of complete rocket systems and technologies for fast and low-cost payload deployment. Rocket Lab's orbital launch vehicle Electron is poised to change the space industry by providing dedicated low-cost, high-frequency launches for the emerging small satellite market.
Aerospace
Electronics
Industrial Manufacturing
Huntington Beach
California
United States
6883
1/1/2006
251-500
Late Stage Venture
$215,000,000
$140,000,000
Bessemer Venture Partners, Khosla Ventures, Greenspring Associates, DCVC, Future Fund
Peter Beck
93
BIOAGE LABS
BIOAGE discovers and develops drugs to treat aging and associated diseases.
Biotechnology
Computer
Richmond
California
United States
7113
1/1/2015
Nov-50
Late Stage Venture
$123,900,000
$90,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz, Felicis Ventures, Redpoint, Elad Gil
Eric Morgen, Kristen Fortney
94
Statespace
StateSpace provides performance analytics and a suite of tools for casual gamers and esports athletes to maximize their potential. It uses cognitive science and artificial intelligence to revolutionize the way humans improve. Leveraging expertise as neuroscientists, data scientists, video game developers, and computer visionaries, the products bring much needed standardized performance analytics to train.It was founded in 2017 and is headquartered in New York, New York.
Analytics
eSports
Sports
Video Games
New York
United States
7412
1/1/2017
Nov-50
Early Stage Venture
$52,105,126
$34,605,126
Khosla Ventures, Lux Capital, FirstMark, Expa, WndrCo
Jay Fuller, Wayne Mackey
95
Spyce
Spyce is the restaurant that’s reimagining cooking and serving up next-level deliciousness. With an impressive lineup of globally-inspired seasonal salads and warm bowls, Spyce takes an innovative approach to dining with an automated cooking platform. Spyce was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in Somerville, MA, USA.
Catering
Food and Beverage
Nutrition
Restaurants
Robotics
Boston
Massachusetts
United States
7681
1/1/2015
51-100
Early Stage Venture
$25,860,434
Khosla Ventures, MassChallenge, Bolt, Qualcomm Ventures, Collaborative Fund
Brady Knight, Kale Rogers, Luke Schlueter, Michael Farid
96
Quantopian
Quantopian inspires talented people everywhere to write investment algorithms. Select authors may license their algos to us and get paid based on performance. We provide capital, data and infrastructure for quants to research, code, test, and trade algorithmic investing strategies. We have an engaged community of 195,000 quants who discuss concepts and practice, and learn from peers and experts. We provide capital for our community to trade with, both through a monthly contest and through an allocation process for high-quality algorithms. For more information, visit https://www.quantopian.com. Follow us on Twitter @quantopian.
Financial Services
FinTech
Hedge Funds
Boston
Massachusetts
United States
7754
1/1/2011
Nov-50
Late Stage Venture
$48,800,000
$25,000,000
Bessemer Venture Partners, Khosla Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz, Spark Capital, Point72 Ventures
Jean Bredeche, John Fawcett
97
Metawave
Metawave is a technology company that seeks to revolutionize the future of wireless communications. Leveraging adaptive metamaterials and artificial intelligence, Metawave’s primary market focus is to build intelligent beamsteering radars for autonomous driving. Changing the way automakers think about radar, Metawave is building high-performance radars capable of 3D imaging and vehicle-to-vehicle communications, making autonomous cars safer, smarter, and more connected. In parallel, Metawave is also developing smart beamsteering antennas for 4G and 5G networks to provide faster networks and near-instant connectivity for billions of users. Metawave’s current flagship beamsteering technology platform was developed at Xerox PARC. Founded in 2017, Metawave is located in PARC’s headquarters in Palo Alto, California, in the heart of Silicon Valley.
Artificial Intelligence
Automotive
Communications Infrastructure
Telecommunications
Wireless
Palo Alto
California
United States
7896
1/4/2017
Nov-50
Early Stage Venture
$17,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Toyota Motor, Infineon Technologies, Bold Capital Partners, Western Technology Investment
Bernard Casse, Maha Achour, Sandy Godsey
98
Neurotrack
Neurotrack is on a mission to transform the diagnosis and prevention of Alzheimer’s and related dementias through its app-based Cognitive Health Program. Its digital cognitive assessments, using groundbreaking eye-tracking technology, are coupled with a personalized intervention program to empower individuals at any age to strengthen their cognitive health through “brain checkups” and targeted lifestyle behaviors. The company was founded in 2012 by Elli Kaplan and neuroscientist Dr. Stuart Zola and is based in Redwood City, California.
Biotechnology
Health Care
Health Diagnostics
Mobile Devices
Software
Redwood City
California
United States
8014
1/1/2012
Nov-50
Late Stage Venture
$50,390,000
$21,000,000
National Institutes of Health, Khosla Ventures, Founders Fund, Rock Health, Social Capital
Elizabeth Buffalo, Elli Kaplan
99
Kiddom
Kiddom builds technology enabling teachers and learners to unlock their full potential. Teachers are often constrained by limited access to quality tools or mandated use of ineffective tools that do not meet their students’ needs. We believe technology should be utilized to close the achievement gap and level the playing field for all students.
E-Learning
EdTech
Education
Software
San Francisco
California
United States
8352
1/1/2015
51-100
Early Stage Venture
$21,500,000
$15,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Owl Ventures
Ahsan Rizvi
100
Lumiata
Lumiata is transforming the healthcare enterprise through the application of AI. Bringing predictive power within reach of data science teams and business users, we’re driving predictability and precision at scale — empowering providers and payers to reduce risk and manage costs and move out of reliance on flat data into a future of insights. Lumiata machine learning tools and pre-trained models comprise a scalable platform purpose-built for healthcare. Lumiata products are built from more than 120 million patient records, in-depth clinical knowledge, and its proprietary clinical IP. Lumiata enables healthcare organizations to explore use cases such as underwriting and care management. Lumiata is proud to be backed by Khosla Ventures, Blue Venture Fund, Defy.vc, and AllegisNL Capital. Team Lumiata is distributed across Silicon Valley, Dallas, and Guadalajara, Mexico.
Artificial Intelligence
Health Care
Machine Learning
Predictive Analytics
Risk Management
San Mateo
California
United States
8483
1/1/2013
Nov-50
Early Stage Venture
$45,000,000
$14,000,000
Alumni Ventures Group, Khosla Ventures, Intel Capital, Defy.vc, The Blue Venture Fund
Ash Damle
101
Good Health Company (Clinic) (GHC)
Asia-Pacific (APAC)
Health Care
Hyderabad
Andhra Pradesh
India
8554
1/31/2021
Nov-50
Seed
$5,200,000
$5,200,000
Khosla Ventures, Quiet Capital
Samarth Sindhi
102
Natron Energy
Natron Energy is an energy storage company that develops a high power, long cycle life, and low-cost battery technology. Natron’s battery products are based on a unique Prussian blue chemistry and can integrate into a wide variety of energy storage applications ranging from critical backup power systems to EV fast charging and behind-the-meter applications.
Battery
CleanTech
Energy
Energy Storage
Renewable Energy
Santa Clara
California
United States
8913
1/1/2012
Nov-50
Late Stage Venture
$50,136,176
$35,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Prelude Ventures, Chevron Technology Ventures, ABB Technology Ventures, Volta Energy Technologies
Colin Wessells
103
Everlane
Everlane is a clothing design and manufacturing company that specializes in designing clothing and footwear for men and women. It also provides an online marketplace that allows individuals to create accounts and purchase their products online. The company was founded in 2010 and headquartered in San Francisco, California.
E-Commerce
Fashion
Retail
San Francisco
California
United States
9043
1/1/2010
101-250
Late Stage Venture
$1,200,000
Khosla Ventures, SV Angel, Betaworks, Lerer Hippeau, Greenspring Associates
Jesse Farmer, Michael Preysman
104
Darwin Homes
Darwin Homes is the property management platform that elevates the rental experience for property owners and residents. It offering a comprehensive set of services to Owners and Residents. Darwin is committed to bringing transparency and integrity to Property Management - elevating the experience once and for all.
Property Management
Real Estate
Rental Property
Austin
Texas
United States
9104
1/1/2018
Nov-50
Early Stage Venture
$19,000,000
$15,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Canvas Ventures, Silicon Valley Bank, Pear VC, Burst Capital
Ryan Broderick, Zachary Kinloch
105
Castle
Castle manages rental homes for landlords using automation and on-demand labor. It finds tenants, collect rent, and coordinate maintenance, allowing owners to kick back, relax, and never worry about their rental properties again. Owners either have to deal with this whole mess themselves, or spend 10% of their rental income on a traditional property management company that requires constant supervision and is often incentivized to act against the owner’s best interest. There are 43 million rental units in the United States, and most of them are currently managed with some combination of faxes, mail, and unreturned voicemails on the landlord’s personal phone. Castle moves all of property management into a seamless online experience, providing owners with transparency, speed, and incredible customer service—plus huge cost savings over traditional management. Renters get great service and instant updates about important issues.
Property Management
Real Estate
Real Estate Investment
Detroit
Michigan
United States
9293
4/1/2014
Nov-50
Early Stage Venture
$12,472,000
$9,200,000
Index Ventures, Khosla Ventures, First Round Capital, SV Angel, Y Combinator
Max Nussenbaum, Scott Lowe, Tim Dingman
106
Cover Technologies
Cover is a technology company that designs, manufactures, and installs custom Backyard Studios. Cover’s mission is to make living in a thoughtfully designed and well-built home a reality for everyone. Using proprietary design software and a precision manufactured building system, Cover delivers exceptional design, functionality, and energy performance, in a fraction of the time of traditional custom construction. Cover has launched in Los Angeles and is taking pre-orders worldwide. For more information, visit www.cover.build
Building Material
Construction
Manufacturing
Product Design
Property Management
Real Estate
Software
Gardena
California
United States
9330
1/1/2014
Nov-50
Early Stage Venture
$11,600,000
$10,000,000
General Catalyst, Khosla Ventures, Founders Fund, Fifty Years, Lennar Corporation
Alexis Xavier Rivas, Jemuel Joseph
107
Ten Percent Happier
Ten Percent Happier is a provider of a meditation platform designed for fidgety skeptics. The company's platform offers expert advice to monitor behavioral changes in a person's life by blending text messages, web content, and short videos that enables users to access a clear a simple approach to meditation. It was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.
Education
Health Care
Internet
mHealth
Wellness
Boston
Massachusetts
United States
9576
1/1/2013
10-Jan
Early Stage Venture
$8,100,000
$3,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Techstars, Correlation Ventures, NextView Ventures, Founder Collective
Ben Rubin, Derek Haswell
108
Earli
Earli is a developer of cancer treatment devices designed to search for natural biomarkers. The company's mission is to make cancer a benign experience. Cancers are detected early when they are homogeneous; and then located early, so they can be treated when the chances of survival are multiple times higher. Rather than rely on biomarkers that cancer may - or often may not - naturally provide, Earli's technology forces cancer cells to make a synthetic, non-human biomarker using a novel gene therapy approach called Synthetic Biopsy. The early cancer is then visible in a PET scanner. The same platform is also usable for therapeutics.
Biotechnology
Health Care
Medical
South San Francisco
California
United States
9584
6/13/2018
Nov-50
Early Stage Venture
$59,900,000
$40,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz, Menlo Ventures, Casdin Capital, Perceptive Advisors
Cyriac Roeding, David Suhy, Sanjiv Gambhir
109
Cafe X Technologies
Cafe X Technologies is focused on increasing productivity in the service industry through automation. Cafe X Technologies is a privately backed company with funding from Khosla Ventures, Social Capital, Jason Calacanis, Felicis Ventures, Silicon Valley Bank, and The Thiel Foundation.
Coffee
Mobile
Robotics
Software
San Francisco
California
United States
9638
1/1/2015
Nov-50
Seed
$14,520,709
$9,420,709
Khosla Ventures, Craft Ventures, Felicis Ventures, Jason Calacanis, Social Capital
Henry Hu, Sebastian Gomez Puerto
110
Light Field Lab
Light Field Lab is a breakthrough technology startup that builds an innovative holographic ecosystem. It re-creates what optical physics calls a real image for off-screen projected objects by generating a massive number of viewing angles that correctly change with the point of view and location just like in the real world. They enable entirely new business opportunities across consumer and enterprise markets. The company was founded in 2017 by Jon Karafin, Brendan Bevensee, and Ed Ibe, with the single mission to enable a holographic future by building upon the founders’ collective expertise of light field technology innovation. Based in San Jose, CA, Light Field Lab is backed by top-tier venture firms including Khosla Ventures.
Digital Entertainment
Film
Hardware
Industrial Design
Information Technology
Media and Entertainment
Software
San Jose
California
United States
9800
1/1/2017
10-Jan
Early Stage Venture
$35,000,000
$28,000,000
Alumni Ventures Group, Khosla Ventures, Samsung Ventures, NTT DOCOMO Ventures, Comcast Ventures
Brendan Bevensee, Ed Ibe, Jon Karafin
111
Theatro
Theatro is a software company that creates business apps for mobile IoT devices for the indoor mobile workforce. With an initial focus on the enterprise retail and hospitality market, Theatro creates a suite of productivity applications that are complimentary with other technologies (WiFi, BI systems, IOS/Android, tablets, etc.) and provides critical management command, control, and analytics to increase sales associate productivity, conversion rates, and store profitability. Theatro was founded in 2011 and is based in Richardson, Texas, United States.
Enterprise Software
Internet of Things
Mobile
SaaS
Software
Virtual Assistant
Richardson
Texas
United States
9910
1/1/2011
101-250
Late Stage Venture
$55,775,849
$20,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Commerce Ventures, Cisco, Honeywell Venture Capital, Sageview Capital
Chris Todd, Guy VanBuskirk
112
Mio
Based in Austin, Texas, Mio is the leading provider of messaging interoperability solutions. Mio Universal Channels enable intercompany collaboration by connecting users on Slack, Microsoft Teams, and Webex Teams. By enabling external contacts to chat in Universal Channels, everyone can share files, reply to threads, and edit messages—all from their tool of choice. The company, founded by Tom Hadfield and James Cundle, has raised $12m from investors including Goldcrest Capital, Eniac Ventures, Two Sigma Ventures, Khosla Ventures, Y Combinator, and Capital Factory. Ready to chat better, together? Install directly at www.m.io
IT Infrastructure
Messaging
Unified Communications
Austin
Texas
United States
10222
1/1/2013
Nov-50
Early Stage Venture
$8,770,000
$5,750,000
Khosla Ventures, Y Combinator, Eniac Ventures, Two Sigma Ventures, Social Leverage
James Cundle, Tom Hadfield
113
Xcalar
Xcalar is the first business analytics platform to enable Fundamental Discovery‚Ñ¢ of meaningful insights directly from petabytes of raw data. Xcalar uniquely extends relational compute on a scale-out platform for modern data, allowing businesses to discover insights simply not possible otherwise. Xcalar's unprecedented speed, scale, simplicity, and efficiency bring orders of magnitude reduction in the time needed to gain business insights regardless of the size and complexity of the dataset. Xcalar does not require any data prep or data shuffling before it begins analysis, nor does it need to move data due to its patent-pending True Data In Place‚Ñ¢ technology. Xcalar delivers the fastest time-to-insight on the market.
Analytics
Big Data
Enterprise Software
Software
San Jose
California
United States
10235
12/20/2013
Nov-50
Early Stage Venture
$23,387,814
$21,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Wing Venture Capital, Merus Capital, Diane Greene, Monta Vista Capital
Brent Lim Tze Hao, Jerene Yang, Rebecca Ye, Vikram Joshi
114
Ava
Ava is a 24/7 personal mobile captioner, making group conversations the delightful experience it should be. Using unique advanced speech & mobile technologies, Ava as an app enables you to see who says what around you, in seconds. We believe a totally accessible world is possible.
Artificial Intelligence
Communication Hardware
Health Care
Mobile Apps
Speech Recognition
San Francisco
California
United States
10358
8/1/2014
Nov-50
Seed
$6,345,000
$4,500,000
Khosla Ventures, FJ Labs, SV Angel, Crosslink Capital, Initialized Capital
Pieter Doevendans, Skinner Cheng, Thibault Duchemin
115
Tabnine (formerly Codota)
Tabnine is an AI code-completion tool that helps developers worldwide write better code faster.
Artificial Intelligence
Developer Tools
SaaS
Search Engine
Software
Tel Aviv
Israel
10387
1/1/2013
Nov-50
Early Stage Venture
$16,550,000
$12,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Headline, Hetz Ventures, TPY Capital, Bob Pasker's Syndicate
Dror Weiss, Eran Yahav
116
Bold
Bold is an at-home digital fitness program designed to help older adults live their strongest, happiest, and healthiest lives. As a member, you’ll enjoy instant access to expert trainers, scientific assessments, and personalized workout plans to help you improve your strength, flexibility, and balance — so you can chase the life you want, at any age.
Fitness
Health Care
Wellness
San Mateo
California
United States
10414
1/1/2020
Nov-50
Seed
$7,000,000
$7,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz, Maveron, GingerBread Capital, Primetime Partners
Amanda Rees, Hari Arul
117
Bionaut Labs
Bionaut Labs revolutionizes the treatment of central nervous system disorders with its precision medicine treatment modality. By creating a new medical modality of remote-controlled micro-robots called Bionauts, the company can transform the way the biopharmaceutical industry develops treatments, allowing them to engineer the therapeutic index for efficacy and maintain safety. Bionaut Labs is focused on helping patients suffering from debilitating brain diseases who have few available treatment options. The anatomical targeting capabilities of the Bionaut platform make new therapeutics technologies such as gene therapy, CRISPR-Cas9, and oncolytic viruses viable in challenging clinical settings.
Biopharma
Biotechnology
Health Care
Therapeutics
Los Angeles
California
United States
10512
1/1/2016
Nov-50
Early Stage Venture
$20,000,000
$20,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Revolution’s Rise of the Rest Seed Fund, Compound, Bold Capital Partners, Upfront Ventures
Aviad Maizels, Michael Shpigelmacher
118
Ori
Ori is a smart space company that empowers people to get the most out of their living areas through the design of multi-functional, robotic-powered interior solutions. We partner with real estate developers, builders, property managers, and architects to optimize the square footage of the built environments they shape in order to create urban housing and spaces that are flexible, intelligent, sustainable and affordable. We believe we should expect more from our spaces.
Furniture
Hardware
Real Estate
Robotics
Boston
Massachusetts
United States
10567
1/1/2015
Nov-50
Early Stage Venture
$27,115,000
$20,000,000
Khosla Ventures, MIT Media Lab, Sidewalk Labs, The E14 Fund, Ingka Group
Carlos Rubio, Chad Bean, Hasier Larrea, Ivan Fernandez de Casadevante, Kent Larson
119
Supplant
Supplant is a biotechnology platform working in the food sector. It develops natural food ingredients from agricultural resources to allow food manufacturers to decrease sugar, increase fiber, and boost the gut health-promoting qualities of its products.
Biotechnology
Food and Beverage
Health Care
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire
United Kingdom
10581
2/15/2017
Nov-50
Early Stage Venture
$24,084,994
$15,000,000
Khosla Ventures, EQT, Felicis Ventures, Y Combinator, Soma Capital
Paul Dupree, Tom Simmons
120
Polly
PollyEx is a loan trading platform that improves loan sale execution for efficient trading. It offers a cloud-based platform that connects buyers and sellers of mortgage loans through API integration, increasing liquidity, and automating capital market functions. PollyEx was founded in 2019 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.
Software
San Francisco
California
United States
10729
1/1/2019
Nov-50
Early Stage Venture
$20,000,000
$15,000,000
Khosla Ventures, Menlo Ventures, SV Angel, 8VC, Nyca Partners
Adam Carmel
121
Nebula Genomics
Nebula Genomics is a human genome sequencing and health big data company on a mission to usher in the era of genomic sequencing by building a large and trusted genomic and health data marketplace for consumers, researchers and the medical community. Using blockchain to ensure that consumers maintain control of their data and are compensated for its use, the Nebula marketplace will aggregate a critical mass of rich genetic information that researchers can analyze in order to accelerate drug development, streamline clinical trials, and usher in the era of truly personalized medicine. The company was founded by Harvard genomics pioneer George Church, along with Harvard researchers Dennis Grishin and Kamal Obbad. Founded in 2017, Nebula Genomics has offices in San Francisco, CA and Boston, MA and is backed by investors including Khosla Ventures, Arch Venture Partners, Fenbushi Capital, Mayfield, F-Prime Capital Partners, GreatPoint Ventures, Hemi Ventures and Mirae Asset.
Biotechnology
Blockchain
Genetics
Health Care
San Francisco
California
United States
10946
1/1/2016
Nov-50
Early Stage Venture
$4,300,000
$4,300,000
Khosla Ventures, Mirae Asset Global Investments, Fenbushi Capital, Mayfield Fund, F-Prime Capital
Dennis Grishin, George Church, Kamal Obbad
122
MyTime
MyTime is a fully integrated appointment scheduling, point-of-sale and customer engagement platform for multi-location chains and franchises. It’s built to be modular, but it really shines when the various components work together to maximize revenue by reaching customers wherever they are at the moment they are ready to transact. Our award-winning online booking experience can be integrated into your website and mobile apps, as well as Google Search and Google Maps, Bing, Facebook, and Instagram, thereby enabling your customers to find, book, and transact with you from anyplace they engage with your brand. Our automated marketing system increases client retention and visit frequency. And we automate the many tedious, manual operational tasks so you can focus on your service and your customers. Find out what it means to integrate scheduling, marketing and payments into a single, easy-to-use platform and why MyTime won Best Local Commerce Service of 2017 from the Local Search Association and has been featured by both Apple and Google as “Best New App” in their respective App Stores. Our cloud-based platform is scalable, secure, and ready for any size deployment.
Apps
E-Commerce
Local Business
Marketing Automation
Mobile
Point of Sale
Scheduling
San Francisco
California
United States