Madrona Venture Group

Madrona Venture Group is a company investing in early-stage technology companies. The firm invests across the information technology spectrum, including consumer Internet, commercial software and services, digital media and advertising, networking and infrastructure, and more.

TypeInvestor
HQSeattle, US
Founded1995
Websitemadrona.com
Cybersecurity ratingAMore
Madrona Venture Group was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in Seattle, US

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Key People/Management at Madrona Venture Group

Tom Alberg

Tom Alberg

Managing Director
Shannon Anderson

Shannon Anderson

Director of Talent
Mark Britton

Mark Britton

Strategic Director
John Carpenter

John Carpenter

Information Technology Director
Luis Ceze

Luis Ceze

Venture Partner
Sudip Chakrabarti

Sudip Chakrabarti

Partner
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Madrona Venture Group Office Locations

Madrona Venture Group has an office in Seattle
Seattle, US (HQ)
Wells Fargo Center, 999 3rd Ave
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Madrona Venture Group News and Updates

Madrona Venture Group launches $100M acceleration fund

Seattle’s Madrona Venture Group has long been one of the most prominent early-stage funds in the backyard of Amazon and Microsoft. Now, however, the firm is starting to look beyond the Pacific Northwest with the launch of its $100 million Acceleration Fund, which will expand its geographic reach to …

For Madrona Venture Group, four IPOs in 20 months and a brand-new fund

Madrona Venture Group typically flies under the radar of Silicon Valley reporters, partly because it’s in Seattle. But the 23-year-old, early-stage venture firm has been having a pretty good run of late — success it just used to close its seventh fund with $300 million, the same amount it raised for…

Madrona Venture Group Online and Social Media Presence

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Madrona Venture Group Blogs

Founded and Funded – Meet the Founders of Sila, Delivering Banking as a Service

On this week’s Founded and Funded, we talk to the founders of Sila, Shamir Karkal and Angela Angelovska-Wilson.  Managing director, Hope Cochran, talks about why she invested, and the founders share their story of how they came to unite to build Sila.  Sila offers banking as a service to companies w…

Our Investment in Trade Coffee – The Leading Coffee Marketplace

In Seattle, we love our coffee. And as much as Seattle is the land of Starbucks, it is also home to some amazing craft coffee roasters. Caffe Vita, a short walk from the Madrona offices, is one of my favorites. The craft coffee movement, much like movements we have seen in categories like beer and c…

The Digital Transformation of Consumer Experiences – Trends We See Accelerating

The secular shift from physical to digital commerce was well underway before the global pandemic.  What we have seen in the past six months is an acceleration of this trend which is further blurring an already blurred line between the two. When retail stores were forced to close, brands like Lululem…

Introducing a New Software Stack – The Essential Revenue Stack

From working with our 90+ portfolio companies and their customers, as well as from frequent conversations with enterprise leaders, we have observed a set of software services emerge and evolve to become best practice for revenue teams. This set of services – call it the “revenue stack” – is used by …

Our Investment in Coda & The Future of Work

Today we are excited to announce our investment in Coda. Recently, we wrote some blog posts about our core investment themes. Specifically, two of the themes relating to Coda are the Future of Work, Workforce and Workplace as well as Low code/No Code development platforms. There are several market t…

Investing in Intelligent Applications – 2020 and beyond

We have been writing about the Intelligent App Application Stack for over five years – which means we’ve been investing it in for even longer.  And that has not changed in 2020.  We continue to believe that applications will be intelligent.  What has changed over that time is both the rate of adopti…
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Madrona Venture Group Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Madrona Venture Group founded?

    Madrona Venture Group was founded in 1995.

  • Who are Madrona Venture Group key executives?

    Madrona Venture Group's key executives are Tom Alberg, Shannon Anderson and Mark Britton.

  • Where is Madrona Venture Group headquarters?

    Madrona Venture Group headquarters is located at Wells Fargo Center, 999 3rd Ave, Seattle.

  • Where are Madrona Venture Group offices?

    Madrona Venture Group has an office in Seattle.

  • How many offices does Madrona Venture Group have?

    Madrona Venture Group has 1 office.