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JAM Fund

Investor type Venture Capital


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Total investments 84
Average round size
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Portfolio companies 63
Lead investments 10
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Key employees Soon
Stages of investment
Early Stage Venture

Areas of investment

  • Logistics
  • E-Commerce
  • Software
  • FinTech
  • Internet

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Notable deals

CompanyIndustryRound SizeDateInvestorsLocation


$2M03 Nov 2022 -


Web Development
$3M27 Oct 2022 San Francisco, California, United States


Financial Services
$3M17 Oct 2022 Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico


Data Integration
Developer APIs
$10M19 Sep 2022 New York, New York, United States


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$7M29 Aug 2022 Islamabad, Pakistan


Food and Beverage
$4M12 Jul 2022 Chicago, Illinois, United States


$580K07 Jul 2022 -

Sana Benefits

Employee Benefits
Health Care
$60M15 Jun 2022 Austin, Texas, United States

Yummy Inc.

Food Delivery
$47M02 Jun 2022 Caracas, Capital District, Venezuela
Sana Secures $20M in Series A Extension Funding to Break up the ‘Big 5’ Health Insurance Monopoly

– Sana, a provider of health insurance for small and midsize businesses, announced the closing of $20m in series A extension funding.
– Sana offered this extension to strengthen ties with existing lead investor Gigafund and to bring in several new strategic partners, including American Family Ventures, Breyer Capital, JAM Fund, and Harmon Brothers Ad Ventures.
– Existing investors, including Trust Ventures and mark vc, also joined the round.
– Investments from top investors in insurtech, insurance, regulated industries, and some of the most successful early-stage investors in the country speak to Sana’s trajectory towards becoming an industry leader and challenging the Big 5 health insurance companies.
– Sana will implement the strategies of those most intimately familiar with the nuances of the health insurance and healthcare spaces and those who have been successful at vetting business models of early-stage firms.
– Sana is available in Arizona, Oklahoma, Texas, Illinois, and Kentucky and has grown its customer base by 140% in just the past year.

Orchata raises $4M, aims to build a ‘Gopuff for Latin America’

– Orchata, a mobile app enabling consumers to get groceries delivered in 15 minutes, with no substitutes and at supermarket prices, raised $4m in seed funding.
– The round was led by Y Combinator and joined by JAM Fund, FJ Labs, Venture Friends, Investo and Foundation Capital, and angel investors Ross Lipson, Mike Hennessey, Brian Requarth and Javier Mata.


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