From music festivals and marathons to conferences and hackathons, Eventbrite brings the world together through live experiences. Founded in a phone closet, Eventbrite powers more than 3 million events a year in 180 countries, and processes nearly 3 million tickets per week. After Jeff kept receiving Eventbrite invites, he called the founders to invest.
The shared inbox for teams (think: sales@, contact@, or other channels like SMS, Twitter, and website chat). From luxury goods conglomerate LVMH to software all-stars like Stripe and Dropbox, more than 2000 customers around the globe use Front to collaborate more openly and respond to messages faster.
The email experts. Marketing teams and developers rely on SendGrid's tools and templates to convert prospects and communicate with customers. Denver, Colorado-based SendGrid processes more than 30 billion emails each month for more than 55 thousand customers, including Airbnb, Costco, Spotify and Uber.
Fitbit pioneered wearables by giving consumers actionable insights to manage their health. James and Eric pitched Jeff using a demo of a switchboard inside a wooden box. Jeff invested at the bottom of the downturn, and has lost 30 pounds with help from his Fitbit. The company went public in 2015 and has sold more than 67 million devices.
Poshmark is the largest social marketplace for fashion. The Poshmark community, which includes more than two million Seller Stylists, engages with the app 25 minutes per day, opening it 7-9 times. Stephanie was one of Poshmark’s first 100 users. Her first of many purchases: a red-carpet-worthy lace dress.
Launched in 2011, Postmates helps customers in 250+ cities get whatever they need, whenever they need it. As local commerce shifts online and on-demand, Postmates aims to deliver anything to anyone at any time. The Postmates fleet of 100,000 includes: cars, bikes,electric scooters, eBikes, and autonomous robots.
LaunchDarkly helps software teams build better software, faster. The company eliminates risk from the development cycle by separating feature releases from deployments. Andy felt the pain of custom-building such software at his own startup and saw a similar problem at other companies in which he invested, and saw enormous value in the platform.