Venture Capital Firm Fontinalis Partners Closes Second Fund, at $100M

fontinalis-logoDetroit and Boston-based venture capital firm Fontinalis Partners closed its second fund, at $100m.

Fontinalis Capital Partners II will continue the firm’s focus of investing in in next-generation mobility companies with focus areas including the efficient movement of goods, people, and services across all modes of transportation.

Founded in 2009 by Bill Ford, Ralph Booth, Chris Cheever, Chris Thomas, and Mark Schulz, Fontinalis Partners is an independent venture capital firm whose capital originates from limited partners comprised of a variety of large institutions, as well as individuals and family offices around the world.
The firm, which has a total committed capital of $165 million, has made 23 mobility investments to date, and it invests in companies of all stages (i.e., from seed stage to late stage) and across all modes of transportation (e.g., road, rail, air, maritime, etc.).
A sample of FCP II’s investment focus areas include such technologies as autonomous vehicles, logistics and supply chain software, new mobility models (e.g., shared mobility), and connected car & telematics.



Join the discussion