On average, we invest in 10-12 companies per year. Here are some of them. We’ll keep adding new investments to the list as they are announced.
Lovevery makes award-winning, Montessori-inspired toys and subscription boxes for babies and toddlers. Designed by child development experts and sustainably-made.
Superhuman is the fastest email experience ever made, with advanced features that give you communication superpowers.
Spell builds infrastructure for AI and deep learning that used to be available only if you worked at a big company. Spell says: “AI and deep learning technology shouldn’t be mysterious and locked away but open and available for everyone to try.”
Orchid is creating “a world where users own the internet”—decentralized, open-source technology for an internet free from surveillance, censorship, and businesses that harvest and sell your data.
Dapper Labs—maker of leading nonfungible token platforms NBA Top Shot and CryptoKitties—uses the power of play to make NFTs accessible to millions.
Running Tide builds floating kelp farms that bury gigatons of CO2 from the atmosphere into the ocean bottom and shifting the source of protein in our diet from farm animals to sustainably farmed oysters and shellfish.
Andrena offers wireless home internet at a fraction of the cost, securely shared by neighbors, and engineered for Net Neutrality.
Public Goods gets you all the products you consume daily from shampoo to toilet paper to olive oil, with minimal branding, beautiful design and healthy ingredients.
Hipcamp is the most comprehensive guide to camping across the US. Camp on ranches, farms, vineyards and land preserves. “Our mission is to get more people outside,” says founder Alyssia Ravasio.
Centered helps you reach your flow state so you can focus better, get your work done quickly and feel less stressed.
Laka is collective insurance especially for cyclists. “We flipped insurance. By making it pay to pay out, we are the collective that backs each other,” says founder Tobias Taupitz.
Primary is a technology platform that enables organizations to manage COVID-19 testing and vaccination programs at scale.
Heirloom Carbon is removing 1 billion tons of carbon dioxide by 2035, using natural processes to engineer the world’s most cost-effective Direct Air Capture solution.