Battery Ventures: A Business and Technology Focused Venture Capital Firm
Battery Ventures has a long history of investing in and supporting successful companies.
Battery Ventures has a long and successful history of investing in and supporting companies. We've been investing in tech companies for over 30 years, and our team has a deep understanding of how to build a successful business.
We've helped companies like Akamai, wayfair.com, Ionic Security and JBoss grow from early-stage startups to industry-leading businesses. And we're proud to have been a part of their success.
We're passionate about working with companies that are changing the world, and we're always on the lookout for the next big thing. If you're building a groundbreaking company, we want to hear from you.
Battery Ventures is a business and technology focused venture capital firm.
Since 1983, Battery has been investing in technology and innovation. We have a long history of partnering with entrepreneurs to help them turn their big ideas into successful companies.
As a business and technology focused venture capital firm, we are dedicated to helping entrepreneurs turn their innovative ideas into businesses that make a lasting impact. We are passionate about working with companies that are at the forefront of technology and making a difference in the world.
We are proud to have partnered with some of the most successful companies in the world, including AdRoll, AppDirect, Expedia, G2 Crowd, Gusto, Houzz, IFTTT, MongoDB, Twitter, and Zendesk. We are also privileged to have a strong partnership with the MIT ecosystem through our Battery Ventures Fellows program.
We are excited to continue working with entrepreneurs to help them turn their vision into reality.
Battery Ventures invests in and supports companies across a wide range of industries.
Battery Ventures invests in and supports companies across a wide range of industries. They're committed to helping their portfolio companies grow and succeed. Their team has a wealth of experience and resources to offer their portfolio companies. They're also excited to invest in companies that are addressing the challenges of the 21st century.