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Thrive Capital

Investor type Venture Capital
Founders Joshua Kushner


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Total investments 316
Average round size
The average size of a deal this fund participated in
Portfolio companies 165
Rounds per year 22.57
Lead investments 40
Follow on index
How often the fund supports its portfolio startups at next rounds
Exits 51
Key employees 5
Stages of investment
Early Stage Venture
Late Stage Venture

Areas of investment

  • Software
  • FinTech
  • Health Care
  • Financial Services
  • E-Commerce

In 2009 was created Thrive Capital, which is appeared as VC. The main office of represented VC is situated in the New York. The fund was located in North America if to be more exact in United States.

The fund was created by Joshua Kushner. Besides them, we counted 5 critical employees of this fund in our database.

The fund has no specific favorite in a number of founders of portfolio startups. When startup sums 5+ of the founder, the probability for it to get the investment is little. Moreover, a startup needs to be at the age of 2-3 years to get the investment from the fund. Among the various public portfolio startups of the fund, we may underline Slack Technologies, Stripe, Instacart For fund there is a match between the country of its foundation and the country of its the most frequent investments - United States. Among the most popular fund investment industries, there are Mobile, Internet.

The average startup value when the investment from Thrive Capital is more than 1 billion dollars. The real fund results show that this VC is 11 percentage points more often commits exit comparing to other companies. This Thrive Capital works on 11 percentage points less the average amount of lead investments comparing to the other organizations. The top amount of exits for fund were in 2018. The usual things for fund are deals in the range of 10 - 50 millions dollars. The top activity for fund was in 2019. The fund is generally included in 13-24 deals every year.

The usual cause for the fund is to invest in rounds with 7-8 partakers. Despite the Thrive Capital, startups are often financed by Founder Collective, Social Capital, Lee Linden. The meaningful sponsors for the fund in investment in the same round are Tiger Global Management, Forerunner Ventures, Betaworks. In the next rounds fund is usually obtained by Y Combinator, GV, IVP (Institutional Venture Partners).

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Notable deals

CompanyIndustryRound SizeDateInvestorsLocation


Big Data
06 Dec 2022 Portola Valley, California, United States

Anduril Industries

Computer Vision
National Security
$1B02 Dec 2022 Irvine, California, United States

Cloud Health Systems

Health Care
$30M01 Nov 2022 -


$32M29 Sep 2022 -


Freight Service
$25M14 Sep 2022 San Francisco, California, United States

Modern Life

Life Insurance
$15M09 Aug 2022 New York, New York, United States


Financial Services
$60M02 Aug 2022 San Francisco, California, United States


Credit Cards
Enterprise Software
Financial Services
28 Jul 2022 Bellevue, Washington, United States


Employee Benefits
Health Care
$40M08 Jun 2022 New York, New York, United States
Cannabis tech startup Dutchie raises $350M to double valuation to $3.75B in less than a year

– Dutchie, a technology company that helps facilitate legal cannabis orders, raised $350m in Series D funding.
– The round was led by D1 Capital Partners, with participation from previous investors including Tiger Global, Dragoneer, DFJ Growth, Thrive Capital, Gron Ventures, and Casa Verde Capital, and new investors, including Willoughby Capital, Glynn Capital, and Park West Asset Management.
– It brings the company to a valuation of $3.75 billion.
– The company’s technology includes e-commerce, point of sale and seamless payment solutions and is used to power annual sales of more than $14 billion at 5,000 cannabis dispensaries across North America.

Melio Raises $250M To Fuel Expansion Of Its B2B Payments Platform And Forge New Partnerships, Tripling Valuation To $4B

– Melio, a leading B2B payments platform for small businesses, today announced it has raised an additional $250m, tripling the company’s valuation to $4bn since January 2021.
– The Series D round, which comes as the company grew its monthly processing volumes by 5,000% over the last 18 months, was co-led by new investor Thrive Capital of New York, along with existing investor General Catalyst. U.S. investment firm Tiger Global Management also invested in the round, along with existing investors Accel, Bessemer, Coatue, Corner Ventures, and Latitude.
– The capital raised will accelerate the company’s expansion through partnerships with leading financial institutions, software providers, and marketplaces interested in enabling B2B payments for their customers.


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