Companyon Ventures raises $27.5M for Second Fund to continue investing in post-seed B2B software companies

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VC firm Companyon Ventures has closed its second fund worth $27.5M to invest in post-seed B2B software startups 


Companyon Ventures, a venture capital firm investing in post-seed and pre-Series A B2B software companies, announced the close of its second fund worth $27.5 million, a press release from the company said.

The VC firm enunciated that it would use the money to invest in post-seed B2B software companies building scalable go-to-market infrastructure. Companyon would deploy its B2B SaaS experts to assist the companies in leadership, tools and playbooks used to be used. 

“We’ve pioneered a hands-on operational investing model tailored for this transitional stage inspired by the model I learned while at Insight Venture Partners and the approach I helped build as a founding member of OpenView Venture Partners. We have built a platform that delivers actual operational support that dramatically de-risks a startup’s transition to the expansion stage and positions them to raise a meaningful Series A,” Firas Raouf, co-founder and general partner of Companyon, said.

To date, Companyon has invested in 14 startups using its two funds, delivering operational support through its platform team and venture partners. Its platform team consists of stage-specific consultants who specialize in scaling operations and go-to-market strategy. At the same time, the venture partners include a select group of B2B software executives, who engage in advisory and fractional support roles.

“The team we’ve built and the operational go-to-market horsepower we’re able to inject into our portfolio companies has been a key element in our ability to win deals and support our portfolio CEOs with materially impactful go-to-market support,” Tom Lazay, co-founder and general partner, said.

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