We have our own point of view on the people, technologies, and conversations that will shape the future.
Retail e-commerce is as old as the advent of the web. In the decades that followed, a wave of innovation across supply chain, logistics, advertising, payments, checkout, and storefront tech has vastly improved the consumer e-commerce experience.
Congratulations to Jeremy Zhang, Ansel Parikh, and the Finch team on raising their Series B! For Menlo, it’s an exciting milestone, marking the third consecutive round we’ve invested in Finch.
At Menlo Ventures, we’ve invested in fintech for a long time and, despite the volatility of the last two years, believe there’s still a lot to be excited about.
The fintech industry has grown exponentially in recent years with a next-gen cohort of outstanding entrepreneurs deconstructing monolithic legacy solutions.
Today, we are excited to welcome Aunkur Arya as Menlo’s newest venture partner and key leader in our fintech practice.
The U.S. mortgage industry is one of the largest in the world, with roughly $11 trillion of residential mortgage debt outstanding and $2.6 trillion of new originations forecasted this year.
Trucking is the backbone of America. And despite its critical hand in the supply chain, the $700 billion industry hinges on personnel, yet fails to offer drivers streamlined solutions for managing their operations.
It’s great to promote from within, and both Croom and Grace have earned these promotions through hard work, performance, and the embodiment of the “ALL IN” ethos that defines the teamwork and commitment that are core to the Menlo approach.
Menlo-backed companies Canvas, Fieldwire, Hover, and OpenSpace are reinventing the construction industry
Digital transformation has swept through nearly every department across the enterprise. However, for all the significant tech innovation in recent years, financial planning and analysis (FP&A) teams have been sadly underserved.
There is currently $15 trillion of consumer debt in the U.S. Lenders pay hundreds of billions of dollars to acquire customers, underwrite them, and then give them a loan. But then what?
We’re thrilled to announce, after well over a year’s pursuit, that we are investors in Airbase!
Insurtech has been hot—at least seven venture-backed insurers will have gone public since the second half of 2020.
Today, we’d like to congratulate Chime on their $200 million fundraising round led by DST, with participation from Menlo Ventures, Cathay Innovation, Forerunner, and more.
An inflection point is a decisive moment that marks the start of significant change. As startup investors, Menlo wants to drive that inflection.
Today we announce the closing of Menlo Ventures XIV, a $450 million fund earmarked for early-stage technology investments.