Storm Ventures is a $600m (TAM) VC firm 100% focused solely on early-stage enterprise investments. We've been founders ourselves, of enterprise companies including Airespace (acquired by Cisco) and EchoSign (acquired by Adobe). We've had to go without pay as CEOs ourselves to make payroll. We've gone from $0 to $100m in ARR and lived all the stages in between. We've here to help, and add some strategic capital and insights. And not be in the way when we're not needed.

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HQMenlo Park, US
Websitestormventures.com
Storm Ventures is headquartered in Menlo Park, US
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Key People/Management at Storm Ventures

Paul Willard

Paul Willard

Partner
Arun Penmetsa

Arun Penmetsa

Partner
Alex Mendez

Alex Mendez

Managing Director
Tae Hea Nahm

Tae Hea Nahm

Managing Director
Ryan Floyd

Ryan Floyd

Managing Director
Sanjay Subhedar

Sanjay Subhedar

Managing Director
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Storm Ventures Office Locations

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

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.
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