Storm Ventures

Storm Ventures is a venture capital firm focused solely on early-stage enterprise investments. It primarily invests in enterprise SaaS companies, as well as is interested in the mobile, cloud and information technology sectors. The firm aims to provide strategic capital and insights to founders and startups in the early growth stage. 

TypeInvestor
HQMenlo Park, CA, US
Founded2000
Websitestormventures.com
Cybersecurity ratingAMore
Storm Ventures was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Menlo Park, CA, US

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Key People/Management at Storm Ventures

Alex Mendez

Alex Mendez

Managing Director
Tae Hea Nahm

Tae Hea Nahm

Managing Director
Pascale Diaine

Pascale Diaine

Principal
Ryan Floyd

Ryan Floyd

Managing Director
Sanjay Subhedar

Sanjay Subhedar

Managing Director
Arun Penmetsa

Arun Penmetsa

Partner
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Storm Ventures Office Locations

Storm Ventures has an office in Menlo Park
Menlo Park, CA, US (HQ)
3000 Sand Hill Rd #4-210
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Storm Ventures News and Updates

Storm Ventures promotes Pascale Diaine and Frederik Groce to partners

Storm Ventures, a venture firm that focuses on early stage B2B enterprise startups, announced this week that it has promoted Pascale Diaine and Frederik Groce to partners at the firm. The two new partners have worked their way up over the last several years. Groce joined Storm in 2016 and has invest…

Goodwin Advised Storm Ventures as a Joint Investor in solarisBank's 60 Million Series C

The   Fintech   and   Private Equity   teams advised Storm Ventures in relation to the EUR 60 million Series C investment round for solarisBank.read more

Storm Ventures just closed its sixth fund with $130 million

Storm Ventures, a now 19-year-old, Sand Hill Road venture firm in Menlo Park, Ca., has closed on $130.4 million, shows a new SEC filing. The outfit began its fundraising late last year, according to an earlier filing. It had closed its previous fund with $180 million in 2015. Storm distinguishes its…

Storm Ventures brings on two new partners at enterprise-focused firm

 In a town full of venture capital firms, Storm Ventures has made its mark with a singular focus on the enterprise. This week, the company announced it has taken on two freshly minted partners, Arun Penmetsa and Paul Willard, to continue the mission. They are doubling the number of partners with thi…

Storm Ventures adds Paul Willard as partner

Storm Ventures has added Paul Willard as a partner, according to a Medium blog post from C0-Founder and Managing Director Ryan Floyd. Willard most recently was one of two partners of Subtraction Capital, a $20 million fund he launched with Jason Portnoy in 2013. Before Subtraction, Willard was CMO o…

Storm Ventures and Opus Capital leads Series A round for Aptrinsic

San Mateo, California-based Aptrinsic, a personalized product experience platform provider for companies, has raised $7.2 million in Series A funding. Storm Ventures and Opus Capital led the round.

Storm Ventures Online and Social Media Presence

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Storm Ventures Blogs

Carta Healthcare: Unlocking the Value in Health Data

The healthcare market is vast and is comprised of a number of players — patients, providers, payers, government, startups, associations, labs, pharmacies and other entities. A perennial challenge is getting all these parties to communicate and collaborate. Like every other sector of the economy, Hea…

What is enterprise automation? Q&A with Workato’s Markus Zim

What is enterprise automation? Q&A with Workato’s Markus ZirnThe enterprise landscape is poised for a transformation thanks to recent innovations in a technology concept with roots that go way back: automation. In this post, Storm Ventures managing director Ryan Floyd explores the power and pote…

InEvent: Shaping up the future of the B2B event market space

We’re thrilled to announce our collaboration with the team behind the virtual event platform InEvent! Read more on TechCrunch.“The world will never be the same” is an expression that used to be thrown around lightly. After a year like 2020, it’s taken on new meaning.As the government-mandated lockdo…

How to Deal with Acquisition Interest

Any business that gets to $15–20M in revenue inevitably attracts some acquisition interest. Getting acquisition interest can be extremely exciting but also distracting. If being acquired is on your radar, now is a good time to research potential investors and learn more about the process. As a VC, I…

Common mistakes made by startup founders and how to avoid them

It’s tough as a founder on so many levels. As an investor in B2B startups, I’ve seen many of the same mistakes made — here are some thoughts on maybe trying to avoid some of the biggest pitfalls.GOING WITH THE WRONG CO-FOUNDERThe right co-founder is critical. The wrong one could cost you half the co…

How to email an investor you’ve never met — and get a response

How to email an investor you’ve never met — and get a responseThis is how I, as an investor, want to receive pitchesIt might seem incredible that an unsolicited email from a startup founder to an investor they’ve never met could result in a response, let alone a multimillion-dollar deal, but it does…
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Storm Ventures Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Storm Ventures founded?

    Storm Ventures was founded in 2000.

  • Who are Storm Ventures key executives?

    Storm Ventures's key executives are Alex Mendez, Tae Hea Nahm and Pascale Diaine.

  • Where is Storm Ventures headquarters?

    Storm Ventures headquarters is located at 3000 Sand Hill Rd #4-210, Menlo Park.

  • Where are Storm Ventures offices?

    Storm Ventures has an office in Menlo Park.

  • How many offices does Storm Ventures have?

    Storm Ventures has 1 office.