We have our own point of view on the people, technologies, and conversations that will shape the future.
We surveyed 30 CIOs from leading companies across various industries to understand their priorities, where they’re investing in technology and how the pandemic influenced their business for the long term.
Today we launch our 15th venture fund, Menlo XV, a flagship $500M fund to help early-stage founders transform existing industries, create new categories, and build a better future.
The pandemic’s pressures compressed trends toward digital and virtual care that might otherwise have taken years into a few months.
It’s rare to meet an entrepreneur who demonstrates both an incredible command of their business and such a clear vision of the magnitude of the opportunity.
As e-commerce continues to expand, the demand for warehouse workers is growing faster than the labor supply and creating an increased need for automation.
When technology enters a previously underserved sector or role, that workforce can be more successful, more efficient, and more productive.
I’m thrilled to announce the public launch of Usermind, my first investment at Menlo Ventures, and one that I’m particularly excited about.