As founders, we know startups. As technologists, we

know data.

And as investors, we support the entrepreneurs who

shape the future.

BuildOps

BuildOps

BuildOps is a vertical SaaS software suite designed to help HVAC, refrigeration, plumbing, and other types of commercial service providers grow sales, stay organized, empower technicians, and cut expenses.

Cerebrae

Cerebrae

Cerebrae is a health actuarial SaaS platform for hospital systems and healthcare companies.

Curbside

Curbside is a United States-based company developing a mobile application to find, buy, and pick up products from stores. The company was acquired by Rakuten in 2018 and is now Rakuten Ready.

Optimal Dynamics

Optimal Dynamics

Optimal Dynamics brings next-generation artificial intelligence to enable logistics and supply chain companies to automate and optimize their operations.

Sensate

Sensate

Sensate is a stress-busting wearable device that boosts resilience and wellbeing backed by TenOneTen Ventures.

Thankful.AI

Thankful.AI

Thankful is a leader in intelligent automation for e-commerce customer service.

We Are Entrepreneurs.

We are technologists who believe technology can help shape the world. We are decision makers who believe ‘having the data’ leads to the best decisions. We live in Los Angeles and believe L.A. is a world-class technology hub that’s getting stronger every day. And we believe in audacious ideas and the people with the conviction to make them happen.

We Are Committed.

We back entrepreneurs who inspire us, then we do whatever it takes to help them get the job done. We contribute capital, but more importantly, we put in our time, effort, and experience based on decades of being entrepreneurs ourselves.

What Does the Name Mean?

While we make investments across the globe, we are proud to be a Los Angeles-based fund. Interstate 10 connects Santa Monica, sometimes referred to as “Silicon Beach,” to downtown and beyond to the Claremont colleges (and if you keep going, to Palm Springs, which we also like). Take the 110 to Pasadena and visit JPL and CalTech. Throw in the 101 and you can make your way up to Silicon Valley, that other technology hub.