Harmony helps entrepreneurs craft the ideal financing. We lead expansion rounds with flexible checks and eliminate typical deal constraints to partner with the most promising companies.
• Flexible investment amounts
• No minimum ownership percentages
• Accommodate existing investor participation
• Make room for potential strategic partners
• Streamlined diligence process
• Simple, entrepreneur-friendly deal terms
• No mandatory board seat
Companies typically get to know us early so we can build a relationship and jointly construct the perfect round. The Harmony approach is more flexible, friendly, and efficient so entrepreneurs save time and maximize ownership.
We take pride in our reputations for being thoughtful, trusted, and supportive partners. We mobilize a broad network of entrepreneurs, executives, channel partners, and potential customers to help scale our portfolio companies.
Mark has been investing in technology companies for over 20 years. He began his career at General Atlantic and was a pre-IPO Managing Director at Internet Capital Group. Prior to co-founding Harmony, Mark led the software group at FTV Capital. He earned a BS in Economics from Wharton and his MBA from Stanford. Mark enjoys travel, poker, triathlons, and the Colorado mountains.
Greg has been an entrepreneur and investor for over 20 years. He co-founded
Alter Ego (acquired by Macromedia) and MetaLincs (acquired by Seagate). Prior to co-founding Harmony, Greg was the Founding General Partner of Rembrandt Venture Partners and Managing Partner of Cheyenne Partners. He attended Santa Clara University and enjoys skiing, hiking, and fly-fishing.
Michael has over 5 years of investing and advising experience in technology. He began his career at Barclays and Perella Weinberg and was then a founding member of Revolution Growth. Michael co-founded Social Pensieve, an analytics startup, and Smart District, a financial non-profit. He earned an AB in Economics from Princeton and enjoys golfing, volunteering, and trying new software.
Over the past 20 years, Harmony’s founding partners have invested over $600
million in 70 technology companies. It has been our honor to serve them.
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