Fuel Capital

United States
"FUEL Capital is an early-stage venture fund dedicated to being more than a source of capital - we want to be true confidantes to every founder in the FUEL family. We stand in our founder’s corner, not their kitchen. We leverage our resources, connections, experience, and expertise to carve a shortcut for them - so their energy is spent on buildingthe future, instead of knocking on doors. FUEL was founded in 2013 by Chris Howard. Leah Solivan, founder of TaskRabbit, joined as a General Partner in 2017. FUEL invests in consumer, business software and cloud/ infrastructure companies. With a strong track record - including investments in 4 unicorns (Convoy, Flexport, Katerra and Weave), several recently acquired companies (CTRL-Labs - acquired by Facebook, CoreOS - acquired by RedHat, Nervana - acquired by Intel, Hightower - acquired by View the Space), as well as numerous up-and-coming companies (Clearbit, Figma, Highspot, Lattice, Mesosphere/ D2IQ, and thredUP) - Fuel has rightfully earned the reputation of being one of Silicon Valley’s leading seed funds."
Founded:2013
Firm Location:United States • San Francisco Bay Area
Fuel Capital Team
Photo of Chris Howard, General Partner at Fuel Capital
Chris Howard
Fuel Capital·General Partner
Sweet spot: $875K
Range: $750K - $1M
Investors in San Francisco (CA)
Investors in AI, Investors in Cloud Infrastructure, Investors in Developer Tools, Investors in E-commerce, Investors in Enterprise, Investors in Local Services, Investors in Marketplaces, Investors in SaaS, Investors in San Francisco Bay Area (Other Lists), Investors in Social Networks
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Brad Silverberg
Fuel Capital·Partner
Sweet spot: $875K
Range: $750K - $1M
Investors in San Francisco (CA)
Investors in Cloud Infrastructure, Investors in Consumer Health, Investors in Social Networks
Photo of Leah Solivan, General Partner at Fuel Capital
Leah Solivan
Fuel Capital·General Partner
Sweet spot: $875K
Range: $750K - $1M
Investors in SF Bay Area (CA)
Investors in Consumer Internet, Investors in Enterprise, Investors in Marketplaces, Investors in SaaS