Genacast Ventures Boilerplate
Genacast Ventures (www.genacast.com) is a leading, seed-stage venture capital firm with offices in New York and Philadelphia. Established in 2008 as a partnership between serial entrepreneur Gil Beyda and Comcast Ventures, Genacast works together with exceptional entrepreneurs to build great B2B technology companies. Notable exits include Invite Media (acquired by Google), Demdex (acquired by Adobe) and Divide (acquired by Google). Genacast is typically a lead/co-lead in seed rounds and takes a hands-on approach, investing in only a handful of new companies each year where the team can add meaningful value. Current portfolio companies include Datadog (monitoring), DoubleVerify (advertising), Jornaya (marketing), YieldMo (mobile advertising), Rocketrip (corporate travel), ZeroFox (security), RevMetrix (retail analytics), Overlap (scheduling), STAQ (advertising), BigID (PII security), Uptycs (cloud security) and DrayNow (shipping logistics).
Gil Beyda, Founder & Managing Partner
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