Left Lane Capital Closes Second Internet & Consumer Tech Fund, at $1.4 Billion

Left Lane Capital

Left Lane Capital, a New York-based venture capital firm, closed its second fund, Left Lane Capital Partners II, LP, at $1.4 billion.

Within two years, Left Lane has raised over $2 billion of committed capital to invest in high-growth, high-retention internet and consumer technology businesses around the world.

Led by Managing Partners Harley Miller, Dan Ahrens, Jason Fiedler, and Vinny Pujji, Left Lane Capital invests in high-growth internet and consumer technology companies. It targets businesses at key growth inflection points and leads deals at the Series A to C stage. Utilizing its differentiated market expertise and metrics-driven evaluation process, Left Lane strategically invests across Fintech, Edtech, SMB Tech, Software, Food Tech, e-Commerce, Health and Wellness, Gaming and Entertainment, and beyond.

Select initial investments include companies like GoStudent (Vienna-based digital marketplace for video-based tutoring), M1 Finance (Chicago-based all-in-one investment and advisory platform), and Wayflyer (Dublin-based funding platform for e-commerce businesses), all of which have already reached unicorn status. Left Lane has also invested in other notable companies such as Masterworks (investing platform for iconic works of art), Jackpocket (mobile lottery platform), Moove (flexible car ownership), Blank Street (specialty coffee chain), Hnry (tax platform for independent earners), and more.

Left Lane has made 36 investments into internet and consumer technology companies spanning across a dozen different countries. The team works across its Brooklyn-based headquarters and London.