We are extraordinarily long-term investors and partners. We have deep passion for social media, entertainment/media, digital health, cryptocurrency, and financial technologies and care deeply about how artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain, and virtual reality will come to redefine and transform all of these unique spaces.

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Social
Facebook
Jim Breyer led Facebook's first institutional funding round in 2005 and joined the board.
Etsy
Etsy is an innovative e-commerce marketplace where people around the world connect to buy and sell unique goods. Jim Breyer led a major early venture round in 2008 and served on the board until 2016.
Wickr
Wickr’s peer-to-peer encrypted ephemeral consumer products and enterprise-level products protect urgent and sensitive data and conversations. With Wickr, enterprises and end-users can ensure that no sensitive conversation remains accessible beyond its useful life and intended audience.
Student.com
Student.com is the world’s leading marketplace for international student housing, helping students find homes and apartments abroad. Student.com has already helped thousands of students find a new home.
Superpedestrian
Superpedestrian develops lightweight networked vehicles that offer a competitive alternative to cars, and connect drivers, riders, and sensors with the built environment. Superpedestrian is commercializing the Copenhagen Wheel, the MIT Senseable City Lab's award-winning bicycle.
Zumper
Zumper makes it easier for tenants to discover and lease apartments. Based on direct data feeds and partnerships with landlords, brokers and property managers, Zumper offers renters real-time, curated listings, and also streamlines the lead generation process for landlords and brokers.
High Fidelity
High Fidelity offers open source software for shared Virtual Reality environments. Users can deploy shared virtual spaces as easily as deploying websites. Jim Breyer first worked with founder Phillip Rosedale in 1995 when Jim was the lead investor in Real Networks.
Didi Chuxing
Didi aims to develop a comprehensive transportation platform that covers a wide range of services including taxi, Didi Black, last-mile logistics, mobile-based retail, and intelligent public transportation systems. The company offers services in over 300 cities in China.
Niantic
Niantic, Inc. is a software development company best known for developing the augmented reality mobile games Pokémon Go and the upcoming Harry Potter: Wizards Unite.
Artificial Intelligence
B12
B12’s Human-assisted A.I. model is currently used to help teams of expert web designers build and manage beautiful and professional websites, allowing customers to benefit from a high-touch experience and a self-optimizing website at a fraction of the cost.
Circle
Founded by Jeremy Allaire in 2013, Circle is building a cryptocurrency/blockchain ecosystem where consumers and merchants will easily and effectively be able to trade and utilize crypto assets. Jim Breyer, an early crypto adopter, led the Series A and joined the board.
Kensho
Kensho harnesses massively-parallel statistical computing, user-friendly visual interfaces and breakthroughs in unstructured data engineering and predictive analytics to create the next-generation analytics platform for investment professionals.
Stealth Startups
AI companies that are doing big things - under the radar.
C3 IoT
Founded by Tom Siebel, C3 IoT has pioneered big data, AI, and IoT software solutions that deliver predictive insights for a range of industries. C3 IoT is a leader in the large and rapidly growing enterprise AI platform and applications market.
Grammarly
Built by linguists and language lovers, Grammarly’s AI-powered products help people communicate more effectively. Grammarly is available in a variety of writing interfaces, including browser and desktop integrations to help users in both their personal and professional lives.
CTRL Labs
CTRL-Labs dedicates itself to answer the biggest questions in computing, neuroscience, and design. Their work to build a transformative brain-machine interface spans research and challenges at the intersection of computational neuroscience, statistics, and machine learning.
ZOOX
Zoox is a robotics company pioneering autonomous mobility as-a-service. Zoox is developing a breakthrough, fully automated, electric vehicle fleet and the supporting ecosystem required to bring the service to market at scale.
Didi Chuxing
Didi aims to develop a comprehensive transportation platform that covers a wide range of services including taxi, Didi Black, last-mile logistics, mobile-based retail, and intelligent public transportation systems. The company offers services in over 300 cities in China.
PAIGE.AI
Paige.AI is revolutionizing clinical diagnosis and treatment in oncology through the use of artificial intelligence. Paige.AI has signed an exclusive license with Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center to gain access to its library of 25 million pathology slides.

Subtle Medical

Subtle Medical
Subtle Medical harnesses AI to redefine the standards for medical imaging, making it faster, safer, and smarter. Using deep learning algorithms, Subtle improves the quality, value, and accessibility of medical imaging by significantly reducing cost, imaging time, and radiation dose.
Edo
Founded by Edward Norton and Daniel Nadler (Kensho), EDO leverages AI analytics to quantify the effectiveness of TV ads in driving the types of consumer engagement most closely tied to purchase activity. Breyer Capital led the Series A financing.
Crypto
Circle
Founded by Jeremy Allaire in 2013, Circle is building a cryptocurrency/blockchain ecosystem where consumers and merchants will easily and effectively be able to trade and utilize crypto assets. Jim Breyer, an early crypto adopter, led the Series A and joined the board.
Ethereum
Ethereum is an open-source, public, blockchain-based distributed computing platform featuring smart contract functionality. All investors should do their own research and form their own hypotheses prior to buying or selling any cryptocurrency.
VeChain
VeChain aims to connect blockchain technology to the real world by providing a comprehensive governance structure, a robust economic model as well as advanced IoT integration, and pioneers in real-world applications.
High Fidelity
High Fidelity offers open source software for shared Virtual Reality environments. Users can deploy shared virtual spaces as easily as deploying websites. Jim Breyer first worked with founder Phillip Rosedale in 1995 when Jim was the lead investor in Real Networks.
Media
Marvel
Marvel is a leading entertainment company, acquired by The Walt Disney Company in 2009 for over $4 billion. Jim Breyer served on the board of Marvel Entertainment and was the founding Chairman of the Strategic Planning and Finance Committee.
21st Century Fox
21st Century Fox's content spans six continents across the globe, reaching 1.5 billion subscribers in more than 100 local languages every day. Jim Breyer joined the board in 2011. In December 2017 The Walt Disney Company announced plans to acquire 21st Century Fox for $52.4 billion.
Legendary
Legendary is a leading media and data analytics company with films including the Dark Knight series, Jurassic World, and Interstellar. Jim Breyer invested in Legendary in 2011 and joined the board. The company was acquired in 2016 by the Wanda Group for over 3.5 billion dollars.
Spotify
Spotify is a music streaming service founded by Daniel Ek and Martin Lorentzon in 2006. The service is available in 65 regions and is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden. In 2018, Spotify filed for direct listing on the New York Stock Exchange.
Super Evil Megacorp
Super Evil Megacorp is a mobile game developer. Powered by the proprietary E.V.I.L. engine, Super Evil games deliver console-quality graphics, precision controls and online gameplay experiences not possible with an out-of-the-box tablet engine solution.
Brightcove
Brightcove is a leading online video hosting platform founded by Jeremy Allaire in 2004 (now the founder and CEO of our portfolio company Circle). Jim Breyer led the Brightcove Series A in 2005. The company went public in 2012 at a $300M valuation.
Kano
Kano creates computer and coding kits designed to help people of all ages assemble a computer from scratch, and learn basic coding skills.
High Fidelity
High Fidelity offers open source software for shared Virtual Reality environments. Users can deploy shared virtual spaces as easily as deploying websites. Jim Breyer first worked with founder Phillip Rosedale in 1995 when Jim was the lead investor in Real Networks.
Artsy
With over 500,000 images of art, architecture, and design, Artsy features the world’s leading galleries, museum collections, foundations, artist estates, and art fairs all in one place. Breyer Capital invested in Artsy's 2011 Series A financing.
DRIVETRIBE
DRIVETRIBE is a next-generation digital media platform dedicated to motoring and adventure founded by former Top Gear stars Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May.
Edo
Founded by Edward Norton and Daniel Nadler (Kensho), EDO leverages AI analytics to quantify the effectiveness of TV ads in driving the types of consumer engagement most closely tied to purchase activity. Breyer Capital led the Series A financing.
Quibi
Quibi, Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman’s new short-form video platform previously known as “NewTV, will specialize in original, short-form content designed for smartphones.
Financial Technologies
Circle
Founded by Jeremy Allaire in 2013, Circle is building a cryptocurrency/blockchain ecosystem where consumers and merchants will easily and effectively be able to trade and utilize crypto assets. Jim Breyer, an early crypto adopter, led the Series A and joined the board.
Kensho
Kensho harnesses massively-parallel statistical computing, user-friendly visual interfaces and breakthroughs in unstructured data engineering and predictive analytics to create the next-generation analytics platform for investment professionals.
Prosper
Prosper is America’s first peer-to-peer lending marketplace and provides an innovative alternative to traditional loans. Personal loans are used by Prosper borrowers for a variety of purposes including paying down high-interest rate debt and helping with small business funding.
Cadre
Cadre is an online marketplace that connects investors and operators of real estate. It enables investments and transactions, provides a sophisticated technology product for managing processes, and powers predictive analytics for its investors.
Stash
Stash is a mobile app that offers users a way to invest, based on goals, interests, and beliefs. Stash helps people start investing with as little as $5, gain investing confidence gradually, and build smart financial habits for the long-term.
Digital Health
Oscar Health
Oscar Health makes health insurance simple, intuitive, and human through technology, data, and design. Its goal is to have the happiest members paying the lowest costs for the healthiest outcome.
Lyra Health
Founded by former Facebook executive David Ebersman, Lyra Health is transforming mental health care through technology. Its mission is to get more patients the care they need when they need it.
Headspace
Headspace is a leading digital health and wellness platform, providing guided meditation sessions and mindfulness training. Headspace's exercises are scientifically proven to increase happiness, sleep quality and overall well-being.
Superpedestrian
Superpedestrian develops lightweight networked vehicles that offer a competitive alternative to cars, and connect drivers, riders, and sensors with the built environment. Superpedestrian is commercializing the Copenhagen Wheel, the MIT Senseable City Lab's award-winning bicycle.
Heal
Heal brings licensed, background-checked pediatricians or family doctors to users' homes and offices, on-demand. Doctors are available in Los Angeles, Orange County, San Francisco, Silicon Valley and San Diego from 8am to 8pm, seven days a week.
Elysium Health
Elysium is building the world's first genomic supplementation company, developing advanced natural products that go beyond nutritional and dietary supplements to address health at the most fundamental levels. Elysium's team consists of 30+ scientists, including 6 Nobel Laureates.
CTRL Labs
CTRL-Labs dedicates itself to answer the biggest questions in computing, neuroscience, and design. Their work to build a transformative brain-machine interface spans research and challenges at the intersection of computational neuroscience, statistics, and machine learning.
C3 IoT
Founded by Tom Siebel, C3 IoT has pioneered big data, AI, and IoT software solutions that deliver predictive insights for a range of industries. C3 IoT is a leader in the large and rapidly growing enterprise AI platform and applications market.
mPharma
mPharma's suite of business solutions provide doctors, patients, and pharmacists in the developing world access to high-quality chronic disease medicines. Breyer Capital co-led the Series A financing in December 2017.
PAIGE.AI
Paige.AI is revolutionizing clinical diagnosis and treatment in oncology through the use of artificial intelligence. Paige.AI has signed an exclusive license with Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center to gain access to its library of 25 million pathology slides.

Subtle Medical

Subtle Medical
Subtle Medical harnesses AI to redefine the standards for medical imaging, making it faster, safer, and smarter. Using deep learning algorithms, Subtle improves the quality, value, and accessibility of medical imaging by significantly reducing cost, imaging time, and radiation dose.
Data Analytics
Datalogix
Datalogix, acquired by Oracle for $1.1 billion in 2015, is a leading data platform company connecting online ads to offline sales. Jim Breyer led the Series C financing.
Kensho
Kensho harnesses massively-parallel statistical computing, user-friendly visual interfaces and breakthroughs in unstructured data engineering and predictive analytics to create the next-generation analytics platform for investment professionals.
Lyra Health
Founded by former Facebook executive David Ebersman, Lyra Health is transforming mental health care through technology. Its mission is to get more patients the care they need when they need it.
Prosper
Prosper is America’s first peer-to-peer lending marketplace and provides an innovative alternative to traditional loans. Personal loans are used by Prosper borrowers for a variety of purposes including paying down high-interest rate debt and helping with small business funding.
C3 IoT
Founded by Tom Siebel, C3 IoT has pioneered big data, AI, and IoT software solutions that deliver predictive insights for a range of industries. C3 IoT is a leader in the large and rapidly growing enterprise AI platform and applications market.
Grammarly
Built by linguists and language lovers, Grammarly’s AI-powered products help people communicate more effectively. Grammarly is available in a variety of writing interfaces, including browser and desktop integrations to help users in both their personal and professional lives.
Security
Mark43
Mark43's mission is to empower communities and their governments with new technologies that improve the safety and quality of life. It is reinventing public safety software applications from the ground up, delivering unparalleled data integration and efficiency gains to first responders.
Wickr
Wickr’s peer-to-peer encrypted ephemeral consumer products and enterprise-level products protect urgent and sensitive data and conversations. With Wickr, enterprises and end-users can ensure that no sensitive conversation remains accessible beyond its useful life and intended audience.
Funds
Causeway Media Partners
Causeway Media Partners is an investment fund founded in 2013 focused on sports and media companies. Causeway's team has deep experience owning and operating successful franchises in the NBA and NFL. Breyer Capital is a founding partner.
IDG Capital Partners
IDG China Capital is a pioneer venture capital investor in China. IDG China has invested in a number of outstanding Chinese companies, including the series A rounds of Tencent and Baidu. Breyer Capital is the US partner and sponsor of IDG China Capital.
AKKR
With over 4 billion in assets under management, AKKR is a private equity firm that provides growth capital to the emerging leaders of the technology world. Jim Breyer has remained active since co-founding AKKR in 2000.
Slow Ventures
Investing at the center of technology and on the edges of science, society, and culture, Slow gives curious founders the resources, connections, experiences, and empathy required to build strong, sustainable companies.
Rise of the Rest
Revolution’s RISE OF THE REST® with Steve Case is a nationwide effort to work closely with entrepreneurs in emerging startup ecosystems. Breyer Capital is a founding investor in the fund.
WndrCo
WndrCo acquires and develops exceptional businesses in the digital media and software-as-a-service space. The company leverages their partners' expertise and relationships to help them hire talent, expand operations, and grow revenue.