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Looking for SaaS investors to invest in your tech startup?

Lucky for you, many venture capital firms are investing in SaaS companies. 

Here are some of the software venture capital firms you’ll find in this list:

  1. Sequoia Capital
  2. The SaaStr Fund
  3. Costanoa Ventures
  4. Andreessen Horowitz

This list will help you find investors who are investing in early-stage startups like yours. 

So if you want to secure your Seed or A’ Series round, you’ll need this list. 

Let’s dive right into the investment companies. 

Venture Capital Firm #1: Y Combinator

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Y Combinator is one of the best VCs in the world, investing both in B2B and B2C products. 

It provides Seed funding to startups and has also created a new model for funding early-stage startups. 

According to Marc Andreessen, General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz: 

“Y Combinator is the best program for creating top-end entrepreneurs that has ever existed.”

The VC has funded more than 2,000 startups, including some of the most popular ones:

  • Airbnb
  • Stripe
  • Dropbox
  • Segment
  • Instacart

Y Combinator is definitely one of the best VCs to look for help for your newly launched startup. 

Website: Y Combinator

Type of Investments: Seed

Venture Capital Firm #2: Costanoa Ventures

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The second VC I have for you is Costanoa Ventures. 

This is a Seed and Series A

As the firm’s website states:

“The startup journey asks a lot of you. So will we. But we will give you everything we can in return.”

This means that raising money from Costanoa Ventures is not easy. 

However, if your idea is solid, and if you have everything it takes to succeed, you’ll win a trusted partner that will guide you throughout every step you take.

Costanoa Ventures have invested money in some pretty interesting companies:

  • Stitchlabs
  • Amplify.ai
  • PayNearMe

Its headquarters are located in Palo Alto (California), while the VC also has offices in San Francisco. 

Website: Costanoa Ventures

Type of Investments: Seed & Series A

Venture Capital Firm #3: The SaaStr Fund

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As the name implies, The SaaStr Fund is a Venture Capital firm that invests heavily in SaaS companies. 

This software Venture Capital firm is also responsible for the great event SaaStr Annual.

Here are some of the companies that have raised money from The SaaStr Fund:

  • MixMax
  • Algolia
  • Pipedrive
  • Greenhouse

The SaaS Fund is a B2B Venture Capital firm that is always on the lookout for great investment opportunities. 

So if you are a SaaS founder, keep it at the top of your list. 

Website: The SaaStr Fund

Type of Investments: Early-stage

Venture Capital Firm #4: SaaS Ventures

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Here is another great SaaS investor. 

According to its website, the SaaS Ventures:

“SaaS Ventures is a seed-stage venture capital fund focused on enterprise tech.”

So as you can imagine, SaaS Ventures is an excellent opportunity for software companies.

Especially for those selling enterprise solutions. 

This B2B venture capital firm has invested in companies like:

  • TrackStreet
  • GoExpedi
  • Whitefox
  • LiveSource

Keep it at the top of your list. 

Website: SaaS Venture Capital

Type of Investments: Seed

Venure Capital Firm #5: Sequoia Capital

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Sequoia Capital is probably one of the most popular VCs in the world. 

Here are some of the startups that belong to  its portfolio:

  • Airbnb
  • Square
  • Zappos
  • Zoom
  • Instacart

With investors like the legendary Don Valentine, Sequoia is undoubtedly one of the most experienced VC firms out there. 

Of course, raising money from Sequoia is not easy.

Sequoia is actively investing in some of the world’s fastest-growing startups, like Drift. 

If you are a tech founder, keep this one at the top of your list. 

Website: Sequoia Capital

Type of Investments: Seed & Series A

Venture Capital Firm #6: Atlanta Ventures

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According to its website, Atlanta Ventures: 

“Empowers entrepreneurs to achieve their potential through community, content and capital.”

This means that Atlanta Ventures doesn’t just fund startups, rather than equip them with all the tools and resources to succeed. 

Atlanta Ventures usually invests in SaaS companies that:

  • <$1 Million Annual Recurring Revenue (ARR)
  • <$1 Million previous capital raised
  • <$1 Million targeted for current capital raise
  • Have 10+ paying customers

The fund usually invests from $250K to $1 million, and leads the round or do the entire round by itself. 

Here are some of the companies Atlanta Ventures has invested in:

  • Calendly
  • SalesLoft
  • SingleOps

Make sure to check their website for more information.

Website: Atlanta Ventures

Type of Investments: Early-stage

Venture Capital Firm #7: VenTech

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VenTech is a Series A VC firm that usually invests in companies that have already received an initial investment between €2 million and €5 million.

Moreover, the firm runs a Seed program through which it invests in early-stage and disruptive companies, between €100K and €250K. 

Some of the startups in its portfolio include:

  • Albacross
  • Chattermill
  • Talent.io

VenTech invests solely in tech companies, regardless if it is B2B or B2C. 

With a great tam of partners, this VC will guide you through the difficult paths of entrepreneurship.

Website: VenTech

Type of Investments: Series A

Venture Capital Firm #8: Andreessen Horowitz

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Venture Capital firm Andreessen Horowitz was founded by pioneering investors Marc Andreessen and Ben Horowitz. 

This VC is one of the few in the world that consistently invests in software and internet companies that tend to become very successful. 

Some examples? Well, let’s see…

  • Instagram
  • Asana
  • BuzzFeed
  • Coinbase
  • GitHub

The firm, which is based in Silicon Valley, California, states that it is “stage agnostic.”

This means the investors can pour in money from Seed to late-stage companies. 

It all depends on the company, the lifecycle stage, the momentum and whether or not it has managed to find a product-market fit. 

Keep this at the top of your list. 

Website: Andreessen Horowitz

Type of Investments: 

Venture Capital Firm #9: 500 Startups

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500 Startups is another great VC that is always on the lookout for investment opportunities. 

Here is the firm’s mission, based on its website:

“500’s mission is to discover and back the world’s most talented entrepreneurs, help them create successful companies at scale, and build thriving global ecosystems.”

The firm has a diverse team of entrepreneurs, partners and investment managers. 

Here are some of the companies 500 Startups have invested in:

  • Canva
  • Udemy
  • Intercom
  • GitLab

Make sure to check it out. 

Website: 500 Startups

Type of Investments: Seed, Early-stage

Venture Capital Firm #10: OpenView Venture

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OpenView Venture is “the expansion stage VC.”

What does that mean? 

After carefully reviewing your company’s structure, lifecycle stage, employees and your product, OpenView will help you find…

  • The network
  • The operational resources
  • The expertise

… To grow your business further. 

Here are some of OpenView’s most popular investments:

  • Deputy
  • Logz.io
  • VTS
  • Expensify
  • Workfront

 Keep it at the top of your list. 

Website: OpenView Venture

Type of Investments: Debt, Early Stage Venture, Late Stage Venture

Venture Capital Firm #11: AngelPad

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AngelPad ranks as the best accelerator MIT’s Seed Accelerator Benchmark, every year since 2015. 

AngelPad is a seed-stage accelerator program, based in NYC and San Francisco. 

Since 2015, AngelPad has helped more than 150 companies launch their products, through a very intense 3-month program for young founders. 

The program runs every 6 months and is limited to a limited team, from a massive pool of applicants. 

Website: Angel Pad

Type of Investments: Accelerator

Venture Capital Firm #12: Battery Ventures

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Battery Ventures is a venture capital firm that has invested in more than 300 companies over its 36-year history. 

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