Webb Investment Network

Maynard Webb created the Webb Investment Network in 2010. WIN’s goal is to invest in companies that aim to change the world, particularly in the fields of cloud computing, enterprise software, mobile, marketplaces, e-commerce, crowdsourcing, and consumer Internet. With our Affiliate Network of 80+ technology executives, we draw not only from Maynard’s experience and insight but from those CEOs, CTOs, founders and investors who make up the WIN Affiliate Network to provide our portfolio companies with on-demand advice and support.

As a seed fund, our primary goal is to identify and help build transformational companies. We work hand-in-hand with Entrepreneurs, other Angels and Venture Capitalists to provide as much leverage, expertise and assistance as possible. Our investment mandate is to deliver outstanding financial returns while also serving as a highly trusted advisor and partner to the companies we back. These are the values we practice and aspire to, and we are always working to be better at living them.

Type
Investor
HQ
San Francisco, US
Founded
2010
Webb Investment Network was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US

Key People at Webb Investment Network

Irene Webb

Irene Webb

CFO
Maynard Webb

Maynard Webb

Founder
Michael Neril

Michael Neril

Co-Founder & Affiliate

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Webb Investment Network has an office in San Francisco

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Buoyant raises $10.5M Series A round as it looks to bring service meshes to the masses

 Buoyant, a company founded by former Twitter infrastructure engineers William Morgan and Oliver Gould, today announced that it has raised a $10.5 million Series A round. Read More

HelloSign raises $16 million for its e-signature business

Whether you’re leasing an apartment, buying a car, or filing your taxes, you’ll need to sign an official document at some point in your life. HelloSign wants to bypass faxes and snail mail by digitalizing the process with its e-signature service and today announced funding of $16 million, led by Fou…

GOAT raises $25M more to expand its mobile sneaker marketplace

 Los Angeles-based GOAT has raised another $25 million in funding led by Accel Partners to hire up and expand its distribution capabilities. Read More

Putting In Overtime: 125+ HR Tech Startups In One Infographic

Year-to-date, there have been over 350 deals and approximately $1.96B invested to HR tech startups. At the current run-rate, 2016 deal count will surpass last year’s total, but dollars from these deals may lag 2015’s funding total. While investors haven’t … Continued

Replicated raises $5 million for its product taking SAAS products out of the cloud

 Los Angeles-based Replicated has raised $5 million to build out its service that takes software-as-a-service companies down from the “cloud”, TechCrunch has learned. The company, which operates under the somewhat contrarian belief that not all services are going to be delivered in the cloud, provid…

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