The SharesPost 100 Fund is invested in the following companies*. Order based on 11/27/2020 weightings:
ChargePoint Clean Technology
Palantir Analytics/Big Data
Dataminr Analytics/Big Data
Nextdoor Consumer Web
Trax Enterprise Software
Click Therapeutics Healthcare/Biotech
Heap Analytics/Big Data
Carbon 3D Printing
KeepTruckin Enterprise Software
Course Hero Education
PatientPop Enterprise Software
Blend Labs Enterprise Software
Tealium Analytics/Big Data
Circle Internet Financial Finance/Payments
Metabiota Analytics/Big Data
INRIX Analytics/Big Data
D2iQ (Mesosphere) Enterprise Software
Checkr Enterprise Software
Planet Analytics/Big Data
Wag! Consumer Web
ThoughtSpot Analytics/Big Data
SingleStore Analytics/Big Data
Code42 Software Security
WiTricity Clean Technology
Sprinklr Enterprise Software
Tempo Automation Hardware
GroundTruth (xAd) Advertising
Algolia Enterprise Software
Musely Consumer Web
Virgin Hyperloop One Transportation
NextRoll (AdRoll) Advertising
Docker Enterprise Software
Intarcia Therapeutics Healthcare/Biotech
XANT (InsideSales.com) Enterprise Software
*Holdings subject to change. Not a recommendation to buy, sell, or hold any specific security.
Investors should consider the investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses carefully before investing. For a prospectus with this and other information about the SharesPost 100 Fund (the "Fund"), please download here. Read the prospectus carefully before investing.
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All investing involves risk including the possible loss of principal. Shares in the Fund are highly illiquid, and you may not be able to sell your shares when, or in the amount that, you desire. The Fund intends to primarily invest in securities of private, late-stage, venture-backed growth companies. There are significant potential risks relating to investing in such securities. Because most of the securities in which the Fund invests are not publicly traded, the Fund’s investments will be valued by SP Investments Management, LLC (the "Investment Adviser" or “SPIM”) pursuant to fair valuation procedures and methodologies adopted by the Board of Trustees. While the Fund and the Investment Adviser will use good faith efforts to determine the fair value of the Fund’s securities, value will be based on the parameters set forth by the Prospectus. As a consequence, the value of the securities, and therefore the Fund’s NAV, may vary. Due to transfer restrictions and the illiquid nature of the Fund’s investments, you may not be able to sell your investments when you wish to do so. There are significant potential risks associated with investing in venture capital and private equity-backed companies with complex capital structures. The Fund focuses its investments in a limited number of securities, which could subject it to greater risk than that of a larger, more varied portfolio. There is a greater focus in technology securities that could adversely affect the Fund’s performance. If the Fund does not have at least 500 Members for an entire taxable year, you could receive an adverse tax treatment. The Fund’s quarterly repurchase policy may require the Fund to liquidate portfolio holdings earlier than the Investment Adviser would otherwise do so and may also result in an increase in the Fund’s expense ratio. This is not a complete enumeration of the Fund’s risks. Please read the Fund prospectus for other risk factors related to the Fund, its investment strategy and your investment in the Fund, and other additional details.
SPIM is the investment adviser to the Fund and is a SEC registered investment adviser. SPIM is a wholly owned subsidiary of SP Holdings Group, Inc. Prospective investors should review the conflicts of interest described in the section entitled “Conflicts of Interest” in the Prospectus prior to making an investment in the Fund.
*The Fund is subject to a Fundamental Concentration Policy pursuant to which no more than 25% of the value of its assets may be invested in companies in a particular industry or group of industries. Further, holdings in companies that represent more than 5% of value of Fund’s total assets may not exceed more than 50% of the value of Fund’s assets. The Fund is a “non-diversified” investment company, and as such, the Fund may invest a greater percentage of its assets in the securities of a single issuer than investment companies that are “diversified.”
ChargePoint designs, builds, and supports all aspects of its of electric vehicle charging network including charging stations, hardware, energy management software, and the associated mobile application. Headquartered in Campbell, CA, the company was founded in 2007 by Dave Baxter, Harjinder Bhade, and Richard Lowenthal with the goal of transforming transportation and energy use by helping more people choose to drive electric. ChargePoint offers a number of products designed to serve a broad array of clients including apartment communities, stadium and entertainment venues, cities, parking operators, general workplaces, and individual homes. As of December 2018, the company has over 57 thousand total charging spots spread over 10 countries.
Founded in 2004|Total Funding $2.79B
Palantir Technologies is a data analytics software company founded by former Peter Thiel, along with Alex Karp (current CEO), Joe Lonsdale, and Stephen Cohen in 2004. Palantir develops data analytics software that addresses fraud prevention, counter-terrorism, and other intelligence tasks for businesses and central governments. The company has over 2200 employees spread across 21 offices worldwide. Palantir’s key products include Palantir Gotham – primarily designed for the governments and Palantir Foundry – focused on industrial and enterprise clients. The company has been making efforts to shift its revenue mix from government to enterprise clients as it prepares towards a public offering in 2019 / early 2020.
Founded in 2002|Total Funding $5.24B
Space Exploration Technologies (“SpaceX”) was founded to design, manufacture, and launch advanced rockets and spacecrafts with the ultimate goal of enabling people to live on other planets. Headquartered in Hawthorne, CA, the company was founded by Elon Musk in 2002. Though its interplanetary goals are yet to be achieved, the company currently generates revenue through commercial and government contracts. These contracts make use of SpaceX rockets for a range of objectives, including launching satellites into orbit and resupplying the International Space Station. In 2010, SpaceX demonstrated its ability of returning a spacecraft from low Earth orbit. In 2012, the company delivered cargo to and from the International Space Station via its Dragon spacecraft. Through March 2018, SpaceX has secured 100 missions to its manifest, representing over $12 billion on contract.
Founded in 2010|Total Funding $378,773,579
Marqeta is an open-API platform to modernize card issueing for enterprises. The platform provides the tools and infrastructure to build configurable payment cards, simplifying the managing of payment programs for companies. According to the company, Marqeta gives clients complete control of all transactions and allows for each transaction to beapproved in real-time based on client’s business guidelines. The companies’ clients list includes Square, Inc., Affirm and Alipay.
Founded in 2009|Total Funding $607,451,640
Dataminr transforms real-time data from Twitter and other public sources into actionable signals, identifying the most relevant information for clients in finance, public sector, news, security and crisis management. DataMinr provides solutions for Corporate Security, Finance, Public Sector, and News Media companies to help discover high-impact events instantly and critical breaking information long before it’s in the news. The company was founded in 2009 by Ted Bailey, Jeff Kinsey, and Sam Hendel and is currently headquartered in New York. Dataminr’s competitive advantage is the company’s access to Twitter’s firehouse API, which provides access to all tweets posted in real-time.
Founded in 2010|Total Funding $193,210,367
Udemy is a global marketplace for teaching and learning online. Their course content and instructor community are constantly growing, with more than 40,000 courses taught by 20,000 instructors. They offer students the ability to learn as they go and succeed on their own terms, while instructors have a way to share their knowledge with the world. For companies, Udemy offers a subscription to their best business courses as well as an easy-to-use platform to create proprietary courses.
Founded in 2006|Total Funding $791,607,056
23andMe was founded in April 2006 by Anne Wojcicki and Linda Avery. The company offers consumer genetic testing and supports genetic research. The consumer genetics and research platform give customers interactive, web-based access to their genetic profile. They regularly increase the capabilities of the platform giving users more insight into their DNA. In addition to ancestry insights, 23andMe provides users insights into their personal genetic health traits. The company has taken strategic steps to begin leveraging its genetic database to develop novel drugs, exemplified by the investment by and partnership with pharmaceutical company GSK in 2018. According to the company, 23andMe has millions of customers worldwide, and approximately 85% have consented to participate in research. 23andMe is located in Mountain View, CA.
Founded in 2007|Total Funding $470,943,489
Tanium is transforming IT security and systems management. It is the industry’s only platform capable of delivering 15-seconds visibility and control over millions of geographically distributed endpoints, from laptops to desktops to virtual machines to ATMs. Instead of relying on data that is hours, days or weeks old, Tanium technology provided security and IT teams accurate and complete data that is only seconds old with the unique ability to make changes across the enterprise in seconds, as well.
Founded in 2010|Total Funding $447,898,077
Nextdoor is the free and private social network for neighborhoods. Using Nextdoor's platform, available on the Web and mobile devices, neighbors create private neighborhood websites where they get to know one another, ask questions, exchange local advice and recommendations, and organize virtual neighborhood watches to reduce crime.
Founded in 2010|Total Funding $385,500,000
Developer of an image recognition platform designed to deliver accurate and reliable performance analysis for consumer goods companies. The company's platform turns retail shelf images into real-time actionable insights, enabling manufacturers and retailers globally to control performance gaps, identify category opportunities and immediately increase revenue at all points of sale.
Founded in 2012|Total Funding $17,500,000
Click Therapeutics develops and commercializes software as prescription medical treatments for people with unmet medical needs. Through cognitive and neurobehavioral mechanisms, Click’s Digital Therapeutics enable change within individuals, and are designed to be used independently or in conjunction with biomedical treatments. The Clickometrics adaptive data science platform continuously personalizes user experience to optimize engagement and outcomes. Following a groundbreaking clinical trial, Click’s industry-leading smoking cessation program is available nationwide through a wide variety of payers, providers, and employers. Click is progressing a broad pipeline of Digital Therapeutics™ across a variety of high-burden therapeutic areas, including Major Depressive Disorder (MDD), Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS), Chronic Pain, Insomnia, COPD, Obesity, and more.
Founded in 2011|Total Funding $3.28B
Social Finance (SoFi), operates a marketplace lending platform and is the largest provider of student loan refinancing, offering student loan refinancing, mortgages, mortgage refinancing, and personal loans. The company has streamlined the lending process with online application, mobile document upload and customers service via text, email or phone. Unlike traditional lenders, SoFi’s community-based model offers borrowers additional benefits including career coaching, entrepreneurship support and unemployment protection.
Founded in 2005|Total Funding $535,113,581
SoundHound enables humans to interact with things around them in the same way we interact with each other: by speaking to mobile phones, cars, TVs, coffee machines, and every other part of the “connected world”. The company’s Hound app gives users fast and deep results, whether the user is looking up the weather, placing a phone call, finding a hotel that matches detailed criteria, or navigating to an address. Through the Houndify platform, the company empowers developers to build voice-enabled apps, services and devices. Lastly, the SoundHound app applies the company’s technology to music, enabling people to discover, explore, and share the music around them.
Founded in 2013|Total Funding $433,500,000
Provider of a web and mobile based cash flow management platform designed to simplify and improve the way that small businesses pay and are paid. The company's cash flow management platform leverages deep data analytics for invoice financing offering and a line of credit that requires only a bank connection to get a credit decision, enabling SMEs to accelerate cash flow against their outstanding invoices and achieve their full potential.
Founded in 2012|Total Funding $95,120,000
Developer of mobile and Web analytics tools designed to automatically capture all user data. The company's Web analytics tools automatically captures every user interaction including clicks, taps, gestures, form submissions, page views and more, with no extra code, enabling companies to identify and understand their users in-depth.
Founded in 2013|Total Funding $684,313,290
Developer of 3D printing technologies. The company has developed Continuous Liquid Interface Production Technology (CLIP) which grows molecularly solid objects from a pool of polymeric resin. It is designed to grow objects faster than conventional 3D printing technology and produces parts with isotropic properties that can be considered final parts.
Founded in 2013|Total Funding $2.2B
Robinhood is a developer of a mobile stock trading application designed to democratize access to the financial markets. The company's free stock trading application offers real-time market data and allows investors to give up a full-service trading platform in exchange for the ability to buy a wide selection of stocks and ETFs without paying commissions or fees, enabling them to invest what they can afford and skip the fees. Additionally, the company offers zero-fee trading of Bitcoin and Ethereum to investors in certain states. In October 2019, Robinhood announced its Cash Management product and associated debit card, providing users with an added level of financial flexibility through the application.
Founded in 2017|Total Funding $197,000,000
Provider of an online platform intended to offer for sale wellness products for men. The company's platform offers sexual wellness products, skin care and hair loss treatments to address problems like baldness, erectile dysfunction, skincare, nutrition and others that usually need a doctor's prescription to treat, despite being highly common, enabling men to find a cure for all of their day to day problems.
Founded in 2013|Total Funding $195,899,533
Developer of an electronic fleet tracking system designed to offer an ELD and GPS tracking system to digitize the long-haul trucking services. The company's system provides electronic logs and fleet management platform that features electronic logging device, GPS tracking, IFTA reporting, vehicle diagnostics, driver performance monitoring, vehicle utilization tracking and other tools, enabling fleet managers and dispatchers view and audit their drivers' logs, track their location and exchange messages.
Founded in 2008|Total Funding $80,000,000
Developer of cybersecurity software designed to protect consumers and businesses against malicious threats that escape detection by traditional antivirus solutions. The company's cybersecurity software uses advanced heuristic detection engine that removes more than five billion malicious threats from computers worldwide, enabling enterprise and businesses to combat the world's most harmful Internet threats and stop a cyberattack before damage occurs.
Founded in 2014|Total Funding $556,072,599
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.
Total Funding $76,000,000
According to the company, OpenX provides one of the largest, most efficient and highest quality programmatic ad exchanges, supply-side platform powered by its Demand Fusion technology that merges network and real-time bidding, as well as a comprehensive ad server.
Founded in 2006|Total Funding $146,300,634
Provider of an online learning platform designed to offer digital library of course-specific questions and answers to help students and educators succeed. The company's online learning platform helps to shares course-specific knowledge, crowdsourced notes and educational resources to learn and study, allows to upload materials for free access, enabling students, educators and self-learners to get collaborative learning, both inside and outside the classroom and access educational resources every day.
Founded in 2009|Total Funding $494,459,764
Turo is an online peer-to-peer car sharing service founded by Shelby Clark in 2009 and headquartered in San Francisco, California. Travelers can choose from a unique selection of nearby cars, while hosts earn extra money to offset their costs of car ownership. In 2018, Turo launched Commercial Host- a platform for existing car rental businesses to offer their cars on Turo. As of December 2018, the company has 10 million+ users across over 5500 cities worldwide and has more than 350,000 cars listed on its platform. In Nov 2018, the company launched Turo Go – a feature that allows guests to unlock cars right from the Turo app.
Founded in 2011|Total Funding $22,446,852
Chartboost is a game discovery platform and mobile ad network. The company’s platform allows game developers to collaborate with other developers and reach new users through cross-promotion. Through enabling developers and publishers to promote games within their own networks, the company has created alternatives to traditional and often expensive mobile advertising for gaming companies.
Founded in 2014|Total Funding $124,770,000
Developer of an online marketing platform designed to help doctors focus on patient care and run their practice. The company's platform provides services for patient acquisition, reputation management, retention marketing, and business insights, thereby enabling doctors to receive a specific end-to-end marketing and growth platform tailored towards medical practices that are easy-to-use.
Founded in 2006|Total Funding $65,260,411
PubMatic is the marketing automation software platform company that powers the programmatic advertising strategy of premium publishers. Through workflow automation, real time analytics and yield management, PubMatic enables publishers to make smarter, faster decisions that drive revenue and streamline operations. The company’s software solution provides a global roster of comScore publishers with a single view into their advertiser relationships across multiple screens, channels and formats.
Founded in 2012|Total Funding $410,899,860
Developer of a digital platform designed to transform the consumer lending ecosystem. The company's mortgage intelligence platform helps capture a fast and more complete application through dynamic data, document and condition collection tailored to each borrower's unique scenario as well as allows lenders to browse, edit and get updates on loan applications from anywhere, enabling lenders to serve the modern borrower and safely navigate the industry's changing rules and regulations as well as make informed and secure decisions faster with verified data from trusted financial sources.
Founded in 2008|Total Funding $128,003,347
Tealium is the leader in real-time unified marketing solutions, helping brands seamlessly integrate their siloed applications and data, and drive more profitable interactions across all digital touch points. Tealium's open platform for tag management and data enrichment enables marketers to bring order to chaos and build better customer experiences. Founded in 2008, Tealium was recently named to the Inc. 500, which recognizes the fastest-growing private companies in America. The company's award-winning solutions are used by hundreds of global enterprises, including Cathay Pacific Airways, Domino's Pizza, HanesBrands, Kimberly-Clark Corp., Lamps Plus, Lincoln Financial Group, Party City, Univision and Vizio.
Founded in 2011|Total Funding $164,075,109
Udacity began as an experiment in online learning, when Stanford instructors Sebastian Thrun and Peter Norvig elected to offer their “Introduction to Artificial Intelligence” course online to anyone, for free. Over 160,000 students in more than 190 countries enrolled. The potential to educate at a global scale was awe-inspiring, and Udacity was founded to pursue a mission to democratize education. Current Udacity courses include innovative fields such as AI, Machine Learning and Self-driving cars.
Circle Internet Financial
Founded in 2013|Total Funding $246,000,000
Circle Internet Financial is a global internet finance company, built on blockchain technology and powered by crypto assets. With Circle Pay, everyone can send money like a text, instant, secure and free. Circle Invest, let’s anyone buy and sell crypto assets. It also runs Circle Trade, an over-the-counter (OTC) trading desk for large cryptocurrency investors. According to the company, Circle directly trade over $2 billion per month in crypto assets. In Feb 2018, Circle announced that it acquires Poloniex, a leading token exchange platform.
Founded in 2012|Total Funding $293,702,952
Ripple provides one frictionless experience to send money globally using blockchain technology. By using Ripple’s global network, financial institutions can process their customers payments anywhere in the world instantly, reliable and cost-effectively. Banks and payment providers can use the digital asset XRP to further reduce their costs and access new markets. Through offices in San Francisco, New York, London, Sydney, Luxembourg, Singapore and Mumbai, Ripple serves more than 300 financial institutions across over 40 countries as of 2019.
Founded in 2004|Total Funding $334,713,316
Developer of cloud-based security software designed to detect mobile threats and improve mobile security. The company's cloud-based security software protects mobile phones from viruses, malware, spyware and has the ability to backup and restore data and tools to help locate lost or stolen phones by using machine intelligence to detect threats, enabling consumers to secure their personal information and data that are stored in mobile devices from serious cyber-attacks.
Founded in 2017|Total Funding $744,974,566
Lime operates a scooter and bike sharing platform designed to improve urban mobility and last-mile transportation. Lime's platform enables users to rent from the company's fleet of smart-bikes and smart-scooters on-demand using their smart-phones.
Founded in 2008|Total Funding $42,107,697
Metabiota develops systems to identify, analyze, and investigate health threats. By leveraging health, science and data analytics, Metabiota helps governments, international organizations, and industry players gain actionable insights into human and animal health by quantifying risks and helping to manage the pharmaceutical supply chain.
Total Funding $33,185,905
WideOrbit is a leading sell-side platform for managing advertising sales across all media platforms for cable networks, local television stations and radio stations. More than 3,200 broadcasters and networks leverage WideOrbit solutions to streamline operations, maximize revenue from traditional, digital and programmatic channels and extend their business across distribution platforms.
Founded in 2014|Total Funding $111,540,000
Provider of an online food marketplace designed to make fresh and healthy food accessible to everyone. The company's marketplace offers food at reasonable prices, enabling customers to stay fit and healthy.
Founded in 2004|Total Funding $105,291,130
INRIX is a leading traffic intelligence platform delivering smart data and advanced analytics to solve transportation issues worldwide. INRIX crowd sources real-time data from approximately 100 million vehicles and devices to deliver traffic and driving-related insight, as well as sophisticated analytical tools and services, across five industries in 40 countries. According to the company, INRIX has 200 customers and partners including Audi, ADAC, ANWB, BMW, the BBC, Ford Motor Company, the I-95 Coalition, MapQuest, Microsoft, NAVIGON, Telmap, TomTom, Toyota and Vodafone.
Founded in 2013|Total Funding $255,919,987
Formerly known as Mesosphere, D2iQ is a provider of technology solutions, training and services intended to simplify operational efforts for maximum impact. The company empowers organizations to better navigate and accelerate the success of cloud deployment with enterprise-grade technologies, enabling users to embrace open source and cloud-native innovations with ease.
Founded in 2014|Total Funding $310,374,689
Developer of an enterprise platform intended to provide candidates a fair chance to work with the background checks. The company's offerings include a suite with artificial intelligence and machine learning to make hiring more inclusive and to create a positive applicant experience, enabling businesses to hire at scale, improve compliance and streamline operations.
Founded in 2010|Total Funding $351,298,937
Developer of a platform designed to monitor planets and offer satellite imagery. The company's platform provides geospatial insights at the speed of change, equipping organizations with the data necessary to make informed, timely decisions and also monitor areas of interest, validate information on the ground, and discover trends relevant to the industry, enabling clients to image the entire earth every day and make global change visible, accessible, and actionable.
Founded in 2011|Total Funding $174,077,644
DigitalOcean is a cloud infrastructure provider focused on simplifying innovation for software developers to create, automate and manage a robust infrastructure with features like API, Floating IPs, Shared Private Networking and Team Accounts.
Founded in 2014|Total Funding $66,958,248
Wag! Is an on-demand dog walking company created in 2015 currently available in 43 states and 110 cities nationwide. The mobile apps gives pet parents more flexibility to manage everyday life and provides access to experienced and trustworthy dog walkers in their communities. Wag! walks are insured and every walker has passed a thorough vetting process before being invited to walk dogs on the platform.
Founded in 2007|Total Funding $249,048,701
ZocDoc was founded with a mission of improving access to healthcare. It is a free service that allows patients to find a nearby doctor or dentist who accepts their insurance, see their real-time availability, and instantly book an appointment via ZocDoc.com or ZocDoc’s free apps for iPhone or Android. By revealing the 'hidden supply' of appointments, the typical ZocDoc patient sees a doctor in under 24 hours. The company’s most recent product, ZocDoc Check-In, allows patients to fill out their paperwork online in advance of their appointment, and a Spanish-language version called ZocDoc en Español is also available.
Founded in 2012|Total Funding $558,256,435
ThoughtSpot provides a next-generation analytics platform designed to allow business people to easily analyze complex, large-scale enterprise data with an automatic, relational search engine. The company’s plug-and-play platform connects with any on-premise, cloud, big data, or desktop data source, deploying up to 85% faster than legacy technologies. ThoughtSpot's one-click user interface enables users to access terabytes of enterprise data, centralizing data and infrastructure management.
Founded in 2011|Total Funding $101,582,831
Developer of a real-time analytics platform platform created to help companies to query big data quickly and adapt to changing business conditions. The company's platform offers a data warehouse to cost-effectively ingest data and produce industry-leading time to insight, as well as works as a managed service, in any cloud, or on-premises environment, enabling clients to promote their business through analytics and combine structured and semi-structured data into a consolidated big data structure.
Founded in 2001|Total Funding $138,099,997
Code42 is a leader in endpoint data protection and security. The company’s best known application is CrashPlan, an enterprise SaaS solution that backs up all distributed end-user data on a single, secure platform. Through continuous, automatic collection via a lightweight agent on the device, CrashPlan protects every file on Apple OS X, Windows and Linux laptops and desktops. The company’s platform enables IT, security and business teams to limit risk, meet data privacy regulations and recover from data loss, no matter the cause. Customers can choose from managed private, public or hybrid clouds.
Founded in 2007|Total Funding $87,770,000
Developer of wireless power solutions designed for a future of transportation that is electrified, shared and autonomous. The company's system uses its patented magnetic resonance technology which transfers energy based on oscillating magnetic fields for mobile device charging, wireless batteries, retail packaging, lighting, EV and HEV wireless charging, in-vehicle mobile device charging and so on, providing its users with easy, transparent and hands-free charging.
Founded in 2009|Total Funding $446,534,478
Sprinklr is the most complete enterprise social media management technology in the world, purpose-built for large companies to drive business outcomes and manage customer experiences across all touch points. Called "the most powerful technology in the market" by Forrester, Sprinklr's fully integrated social experience management software powers more than four billion social connections across 77 countries. Headquartered in New York City with almost 700 employees globally, Sprinklr is revolutionizing customer engagement for almost 800 of Fortune’s top enterprise brands, including IHG, Intel, Microsoft, Samsung, and Virgin America, and partners like Accenture, Havas, and Razorfish.
Founded in 2013|Total Funding $193,097,337
Provider of an analytics-led security intelligence platform designed to detect data breaches. The company's analytics-led security intelligence platform combines unlimited data collection of all sizes for threat detection, end-to-end detection and provides an automated incident response by minimizing their security blind spots, enabling organizations to effectively detect insider threats and data exfiltration with behavioral analytics.
Founded in 2013|Total Funding $74,600,000
Tempo Automation is an AI-powered electronics manufacturer for prototyping and low-volume production of printed circuit board (“PCB”) assemblies. Through their proprietary factory automation software, Tempo is changing the way companies in aerospace, medical technology, industrial technology, automotive, and consumer electronics innovate and bring new products to markets. Tempo’s speed precision and start-to-finish transparency enables agile hardware development. Customers are able to plan and execute product development and launch with levels of confidence and certainty not previously possible. Founded in 2013, Tempo Automation is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.
Founded in 2009|Total Funding $121,244,859
GroundTruth (formerly xAd) is the global location marketplace bringing together buyers and sellers with ad targeting solutions focused on driving in-store traffic and sales. The company is focused on capturing in-store visitation behaviors for ad targeting, insights, and measurement solutions. The first to visualize real-time foot traffic, GroundTruth
customers include 1.5 million advertisers – including direct brand relationships, agencies, ad networks, and other demand side media companies, according to the company.
Founded in 2012|Total Funding $164,887,478
Developer of a hosted search platform designed to increase user engagement and conversions. The company's search development platform provides the infrastructure, engine and tools needed to create fast, relevant consumer-grade search, enabling developers to easily integrate their API to websites and applications and drive consumer engagement.
Founded in 2007|Total Funding $326,430,227
Prosper operates a leading online marketplace for consumer credit. The Prosper platform connects borrowers with lenders. With a commitment to providing superior customer service, the convenience of applying online, and an efficient application process, the Prosper platform offers people a way to easily borrow money at fair rates.
Founded in 2012|Total Funding $24,000,000
Developer of an online platform intended to provide medical skincare treatments through technology. The company's offerings include personal products made from natural ingredients and also provides wellness tips, enabling users to offer prescription formulas, natural beauty brands, professional hair care and makeup products.
Virgin Hyperloop One
Founded in 2014|Total Funding $461,699,896
Virgin Hyperloop One designs and develops hyperloop technology in order to reinvent the transportation of passengers and mixed-use cargo. The technology is based on the concept of moving vehicles at high speeds through a combination of low-pressure tubes and repelling magnets. Hyperloop One became the first company in the world to test a full-scale hyperloop in May 2017.
Founded in 2007|Total Funding $90,463,895
Formerly known as AdRoll, NextRoll is a marketing and data technology company with a mission to accelerate growth for companies.
Founded in 2010|Total Funding $314,810,000
Docker is a platform for developers and system administrators to build, ship and run distributed applications. It enables any application to be created and run as a collection of consistent, low-overhead Docker containers that work across virtually any infrastructure. The docker business model is to offer Docker-related products and services and to create a network of certified professional support, training, and services providers.
Total Funding $961,464,514
Intarcia Therapeutics is a biopharmaceutical company developing therapies to enhance treatment outcomes by optimizing and improving the efficacy, continuous administration, and tolerability of drug therapies for diseases that require long-term chronic treatment. Intarcia is currently conducting a three-stage development program for Type 2 diabetes that consist of four separate clinical trials, two of which have been successfully completed. Intarcia also continues to conduct research and development to treat other chronic serious disorders in the field of diabetes and obesity.
Founded in 2004|Total Funding $115,000,000
Formerly known as InsideSales.com, XANT offers the industry’s leading sales acceleration platform built on Neuralytics, a predictive and prescriptive self-learning engine that drives revenue growth by delivering an optimized experience for both salesperson and buyer. The platform fuels sales rep performance and provides buyer personalization with breakthrough innovations in predictive sales communications, gamification and hiring. InsideSales.com has received numerous accolades for its technology and has been named as one of the fastest growing companies by Inc. XANT enterprise customers include ADP, Microsoft, Groupon and Zenefits.