Album VC is a venture capital firm that invests in early-stage technology ventures, shaping the future of technology and culture.
Banyan invests in and grows early-stage companies (revenue <$10M) in the Intermountain West.
Campus Founders Fund is a $1M student-run venture fund based in Salt Lake City, Utah focused on empowering students to find and fund the best entrepreneurs on campus. CFF is powered by Kickstart Fund.
Contrary is a venture fund that identifies the world’s top early-career engineers, designers, and product minds, and invests in companies they start or join. Investing up to $500K and leading on most deals.
Cross Creek seeks to invest in later stage companies through its direct and fund investment strategy.
Darling Ventures invests in capital efficient software startups and writes their first pre-seed / seed check of up to $500K. Along with investment, they specialize in helping founders stand a grade-above the rest and arrive at their Series A with sophistication and velocity. One partner (Pascal) is based in Utah.
Elevation Capital is an early-stage venture fund with a presence in Utah and is looking to back local tech entrepreneurs.
EPIC Ventures is an investment company working with driven entrepreneurs to build successful and lasting companies.
Kickstart is an industry agnostic, early-stage (pre-seed & seed) venture capital firm that invests in startups throughout Utah, Colorado, and the Mountain West. The firm’s mission is to build great companies by backing the most visionary entrepreneurs with capital, community, and expertise for the journey.
Mercato Partners is a growth equity fund that pursues investments in high technology and consumer businesses worldwide.
Next Coast Ventures is a venture capital firm founded by entrepreneurs, for entrepreneurs in ‘Next Coast’ markets.
NGVP is a seed stage VC firm focused on writing $500k - $2M checks into enterprise software startups. NGVP brings a tech platform and venture partner network to assist founders as they build their companies. The firm has a GP and an active venture partner network in Salt Lake City.
Origin Ventures is a VC firm that invests in emerging software and technology-enabled B2B and B2C marketplace businesses.
Since 1986, Pelion Venture Partners has been helping entrepreneurs turn early-stage concepts into tomorrow’s industry-leading companies
Peterson Ventures is an early-stage venture capital firm focused on SaaS, digital commerce, and healthcare. The firm is based in Salt Lake City, UT.
Prelude partners with founders building technology companies that are critical to their customers operations. Prelude companies have demonstrated product-market-fit and have deep customer relations.
RET Ventures is an industry backed early-stage VC helping build the real estate industry’s cutting edge technology providers.
RenewableTech Ventures is an early-stage cleantech venture fund investing in the Rocky Mountain region of the U.S. and Canada.
Rose Park Advisors is an investment firm focused on identifying investment opportunities by applying the framework of disruptive innovation.
Royal Street Ventures is a seed stage VC fund, investing in companies from the Midwest to the Pacific U.S.
Savory partners with restaurateurs to expand unique brands that target unique, new and undiscovered parts of the food & beverage industry.
Service Provider Capital is a Denver-based venture capital fund whose limited partners include the most knowledgeable, respected and best connected service providers in the industry.
Signal Peak invests in information technology companies. Specific areas of focus include Internet, SaaS, enterprise software, communications, security, and mobile computing.
Sorenson Ventures focuses on accelerating innovations in the software and security sectors.
University Growth Fund is the largest education-based private equity fund in the country, giving university students the opportunity to gain real-world experience as they invest alongside top tier investors in many of the best companies in the country.
UVF is the largest student-run venture fund and includes students from Brigham Young University, University of Utah, Westminster College and Wharton School of Business.