K2 Global, a San Francisco, CA-based venture capital firm, closed a $183m fund.
The group of investors and advisors include institutions and multi-billion dollar family offices and individuals from a wide variety of backgrounds, including real estate, manufacturing, healthcare, media, technology, and government.
Founded in 2015 by Minal Hasan and Ozi Amanat, K2 Global invests in technology companies in the Internet and software sectors that are capable of creating new markets and that approach age-old problems with innovative solutions.
Based in Silicon Valley and Singapore, the firm works with entrepreneurs in the mobile, e-commerce, fintech, AR/VR, artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, and machine learning realms.
To date, K2 Global has invested $58M in over ten companies to-date, including prominent U.S. venture-backed companies such as Magic Leap, Spotify, Uber as well as start-ups like Paktor, referred to as the Tinder of Asia.