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Bridge Bank

Founders Dan Myers

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Total investments 85
Average round size
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The average size of a deal this fund participated in
$14M
Portfolio companies 77
Rounds per year 3.70
Lead investments 22
Follow on index
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How often the fund supports its portfolio startups at next rounds
0.09
Exits 29
Key employees 2
Stages of investment
Early Stage Venture

Areas of investment

  • Software
  • Enterprise Software
  • SaaS
  • Advertising
  • Health Care
Summary

Bridge Bank appeared to be the Corporate Investor, which was created in 2001. The company was established in North America in United States. The leading representative office of defined Corporate Investor is situated in the San Jose.

Comparing to the other companies, this Bridge Bank performs on 17 percentage points more the average number of lead investments. The higher amount of exits for fund were in 2017. The usual things for fund are deals in the range of 10 - 50 millions dollars. The important activity for fund was in 2016. Despite it in 2019 the fund had an activity. The fund is constantly included in 2-6 deals per year. Speaking about the real fund results, this Corporate Investor is 18 percentage points more often commits exit comparing to other organizations.

The fund has no exact preference in some founders of portfolio startups. In case when startup counts 5+ of the founder, the chance for it to get the investment is meager. Among the most popular portfolio startups of the fund, we may highlight The Trade Desk, QASymphony, Colorescience. Besides, a startup requires to be at the age of 6-10 years to receive the investment from the fund. Among the most popular fund investment industries, there are Biotechnology, Information Technology. For fund there is a match between the location of its establishment and the land of its numerous investments - United States.

The typical case for the fund is to invest in rounds with 1-2 participants. Despite the Bridge Bank, startups are often financed by Silicon Valley Bank, IA Ventures, Western Technology Investment. The meaningful sponsors for the fund in investment in the same round are Wellington Financial, Multiplier Capital, Western Technology Investment. In the next rounds fund is usually obtained by Haas Portman, Goldman Sachs Private Capital Investing, Wildcat Capital Management.

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Notable deals

CompanyIndustryRound SizeDateInvestorsLocation

Fairmatic

Auto Insurance
Financial Services
Insurance
$46M16 Mar 2023 Reno, Nevada, United States

Banyan

$28M20 Oct 2022 Holmdel, New Jersey, United States

Zuum transportation

Logistics
Supply Chain Management
Transportation
$12M10 Feb 2022 Irvine, California, United States

Cohley

Advertising
Analytics
Information Technology
Internet
Software
$5M15 Jul 2021 New York, New York, United States

Unify Square

Collaboration
Communications Infrastructure
Enterprise Software
Software
Unified Communications
$4M11 Aug 2015 Bellevue, Washington, United States

Jun Group

Advertising
Advertising Platforms
Apps
Brand Marketing
Logistics
Mobile
Video
Video Streaming
$28M30 Jul 2015 New York, New York, United States

Kinetic Social

Advertising
Social Media Marketing
$17M21 Jul 2015 New York, United States

ZOZI

E-Commerce
SaaS
Software
Tourism
Travel
$30M01 Jul 2015 San Francisco, California, United States
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Cohley Raises $5M in Funding

– Cohley, a NYC-based provider of a content marketing platform, raised $5m in funding.
– The round was co-led by Right Side Capital and Active Capital with participation from Bridge Bank.
– The company will use the funds to continue building out its integration suite with strategic partners like Attentive, Yotpo, Klaviyo and AdRoll.

Ride Health Raises $10M in Funding

– Ride Health, a NYC-based provider of smarter transportation for every patient need, closed a $10m funding round.
– The round was led by Topmark Partners with participation from Excelerate Health Ventures and debt financing from Bridge Bank, alongside participation from existing investors led by Activate Venture Partners and Newark Venture Partners.
– The new investment will be used to continue investment in expanding its national transportation network, benefit management system, and platform APIs.

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Total investments 85
Average round size 14M
Rounds per year 3.70
Peak activity year 2022
Lead investments 22
Follow on index 0.09
Exits 29
Group Appearance index 0.40

Latest deals

CompanyIndustryRound SizeDateInvestorsLocation

Fairmatic

Auto Insurance
Financial Services
Insurance
$46M16 Mar 2023 Reno, Nevada, United States

Banyan

$28M20 Oct 2022 Holmdel, New Jersey, United States

Zuum transportation

Logistics
Supply Chain Management
Transportation
$12M10 Feb 2022 Irvine, California, United States

Cohley

Advertising
Analytics
Information Technology
Internet
Software
$5M15 Jul 2021 New York, New York, United States

Unify Square

Collaboration
Communications Infrastructure
Enterprise Software
Software
Unified Communications
$4M11 Aug 2015 Bellevue, Washington, United States

Jun Group

Advertising
Advertising Platforms
Apps
Brand Marketing
Logistics
Mobile
Video
Video Streaming
$28M30 Jul 2015 New York, New York, United States

Kinetic Social

Advertising
Social Media Marketing
$17M21 Jul 2015 New York, United States

ZOZI

E-Commerce
SaaS
Software
Tourism
Travel
$30M01 Jul 2015 San Francisco, California, United States
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