Susa Ventures, a San Francisco, CA-based early-stage venture capital firm, closed a total of $375m for two new funds.
- Susa Ventures IV, a $125m seed-stage fund making $1-2m investments at the seed stage, and
- Susa Ventures Opportunities II, a $250m opportunity fund making $10-15m investments at the Series B and C, primarily into existing portfolio companies.
The venture capital firm will continue investing in a variety of industries, but focus primarily on fintech, health care, supply chain and software-as-a-service.
The new funds will be used to make key hires and continue to find creative ways to build a strong community. Out of the firm’s 41 initial investments from the first $25m fund, five are valued over $1 billion from seed, and seven have already had exits, valued at more than $323m.
Led by Leo Polovets and Chad Byers, co-founders and general partners, Susa Ventures is an early stage technology fund investing in entrepreneurs building defensible products, technologies and tools that create, capture, distribute and leverage proprietary and unique data.