SixThirty

Investor type Venture Capital
Founders Atul Kamra Brian Matthews Jim McKelvey

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Total investments 153
Average round size
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The average size of a deal this fund participated in
$2M
Portfolio companies 111
Rounds per year 17.00
Lead investments 7
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How often the fund supports its portfolio startups at next rounds
0.27
Exits 10
Key employees 9
Stages of investment
Early Stage Venture
Seed

Areas of investment

  • FinTech
  • Financial Services
  • Software
  • Finance
  • Cyber Security
Summary

In 2013 was created SixThirty, which is appeared as VC. The main department of described VC is located in the St Louis. The fund was located in North America if to be more exact in United States.

Comparing to the other companies, this SixThirty performs on 25 percentage points less the average number of lead investments. The usual things for fund are deals in the range of 1 - 5 millions dollars. The fund is constantly included in 7-12 investment rounds annually. The real fund results show that this VC is 13 percentage points less often commits exit comparing to other companies. The high activity for fund was in 2015. When the investment is from SixThirty the average startup value is 5-10 millions dollars.

Among the most popular fund investment industries, there are Banking, Software. The fund has no exact preference in a number of founders of portfolio startups. When startup sums 4 of the founder, the probability for it to get the investment is little. Besides, a startup requires to be at the age of 2-3 years to receive the investment from the fund. For fund there is a match between the location of its establishment and the land of its numerous investments - United States. Among the most popular portfolio startups of the fund, we may highlight S4, ClearServe, Hedgeable.

The typical case for the fund is to invest in rounds with 2-3 participants. Despite the SixThirty, startups are often financed by Startupbootcamp, Barclays Accelerator, powered by Techstars - London, Wayra. The meaningful sponsors for the fund in investment in the same round are Cultivation Capital, UMB Banks, Reach Capital. In the next rounds fund is usually obtained by Prosper Women Entrepreneurs, UMB Banks, Reinventure Group.

This organization was formed by Atul Kamra, Brian Matthews, Jim McKelvey. We also calculated 18 valuable employees in our database.

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Notable deals

CompanyIndustryRound SizeDateInvestorsLocation

Elucidate

Compliance
Financial Services
GovTech
Information Technology
Risk Management
$8M11 May 2022 Berlin, Berlin, Germany

CoverGo

FinTech
Insurance
InsurTech
$15M09 May 2022 Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong, China

Bankingly

Financial Services
Information Services
Information Technology
$11M04 May 2022 Gualeguaychu, Entre Ríos Province, Argentina

Phylum

Computer
Open Source
Software
$15M03 May 2022 Evergreen, Colorado, United States

Pendella

Employee Benefits
Human Resources
Insurance
$5M11 Feb 2022 Fort Myers, Florida, United States

Micruity

Financial Services
FinTech
Insurance
$5M10 Feb 2022 Old Toronto, Ontario, Canada

pay theory

Child Care
EdTech
Education
Finance
FinTech
SaaS
Underserved Children
$2M04 Feb 2022 Cincinnati, Ohio, United States

NVISNx

Cyber Security
Data Storage
SaaS
Security
Software
$4M27 Jan 2022 Los Angeles, California, United States

Sagewell Financial

$5M26 Jan 2022 Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
News
Neosec, an API security startup, emerges from stealth with $20.7M

– Neosec, a cybersecurity platform designed to secure APIs, emerged from stealth with $20.7 million in series A funding from True Ventures, New Era Capital Partners, TLV, SixThirty, and several angel investors.
– According to CEO Giora Engel, the proceeds will be put toward product development and growing Neosec’s business in the U.S., Europe, the Middle East, and Asia.
– Researchers are sounding the alarm on threats to enterprise security arising from insecure APIs. Last November, Forrester warned that organizations that fail to address API vulnerabilities could face significant data breaches. And in March, Salt Security released a report on API security that showed that that 91% of organizations suffered an API-related problem last year, with more than half (54%) reporting finding exploits in their service APIs.

FutureFuel.io Raises $10 Million Series A1 Round From the Investment Arms of Established Financial Services Entities Led by UBS

– FutureFuel.io, a student loan repayment platform that helps borrowers pay down debt quickly and efficiently, today announced a $10m Series A1 round, bringing its total Series A funding to $21.6M.
– This latest round was led by UBS, the world’s leading global wealth management firm, with additional participation from the investing arms of established technology, financial services, and insurance leaders, including new investor Aflac Ventures, and existing investors Fiserv, and Salesforce Ventures. Fiserv, Salesforce, and UBS are also customers of FutureFuel.io, leveraging the platform to address student debt within their workplace, as an employee benefit. All previous FutureFuel.io investors also participated in this round of funding, including Rethink Impact, Vulcan Capital, Breton, SixThirty, and the Impact Engine.

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