Quake Capital Partners

Austin, Texas
Quake Capital is a venture firm that helps startups grow by providing seed stage investment through an accelerator program.
Fund location
Austin, Texas
Date founded
2016
# of invests
166
# of exits
9

Quake Capital Partners

Fund type
Accelerator
Portfolio companies
Five to Nine, Whose Your Landlord, Hava Health, Leo, Health Hero, BabyQuip, SwineTech, Datagran, Trend, CityGrows
Sectors
B2B, Community, HR Tech, Entertainment & Media, Events, PropTech, Healthcare, Apps, Augmented & Virtual Reality (AR/VR), Health & Wellness, InsurTech, Parenting, Marketplace, Travel, AgTech (FarmTech), Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning (AI/ML), Advertising (AdTech), Creator Economy, Marketing (MarTech), GovTech, SaaS, Software
Stage
Seed, Series A, Series B
Main partner
Glenn Argenbright

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