Foundry Group

Foundry Group is a venture capital firm focused on making early-stage technology investments, participating in select growth rounds, and identifying and supporting the next generation of venture fund managers.

Our passion is working alongside entrepreneurs to give birth to new technologies and to build those technologies into industry-leading companies. We also seek to leverage our experience and relationships as fund managers to help new and existing venture firms create industry leading investment businesses. We’re centrally located in Boulder, CO, but we invest in companies and funds across North America.

We started Foundry Group in 2007 as true early-stage investors, making Seed and Series A investments to help promising entrepreneurs get their ideas off the ground. As our portfolio and network grew, so did the vision of Foundry Group. This led us to raise Foundry Group Select, a fund focused on growth stage investments in the existing Foundry Group portfolio. The success of both our early stage investment strategy combined with Foundry Group Select’s growth strategy, as well as personal investments we made in over fifty venture funds, led us to institutionalize this strategy and launch FG Next – a hybrid fund of funds and growth stage direct investment vehicle.

Boulder, US
Foundry Group was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in Boulder, US

Key People at Foundry Group

Seth Levine

Seth Levine

Managing Director
Jason Mendelson

Jason Mendelson

Managing Director
Lindel Eakman

Lindel Eakman

Managing Director
Brad Feld

Brad Feld

Managing Director
Ryan McIntyre

Ryan McIntyre

Managing Director

Foundry Group Office Locations

Foundry Group has an office in Boulder
Boulder, US (HQ)
1050 Walnut St

Foundry Group Investment Portfolio

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TrackR secures a $50M Series B funding round led by Revolution Growth

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Jeremy Bloom’s Integrate raises $8 million for marketing software

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Rover raised $65 million for pet sitting

 Finding temporary housing for your dog should be as easy as renting an Airbnb. That’s the idea behind Rover, which raised $65 million to expand its pet sitting and dog-walking businesses. The Seattle-based company got a significant vote of confidence from Spark Capital, which is leading the round a…

Rover raises $65 million to grow its dog-sitting platform globally

Rover, the online platform dedicated to connecting dog owners with a range of service providers, including walkers, has raised $65 million in a round of funding led by Spark Capital, with participation from Menlo Ventures, Foundry Group, Omers Ventures, Technology Crossover Ventures, Bespoke Strateg…
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