RPM Ventures
320 North Main Street
Suite 400
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
United States

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KANDO id: 2848

Corporate information

Registration country

Company type

Seed and early-stage venture capital firm


RPM Ventures is an early stage venture capital firm that has been investing in revolutionary businesses for nearly two decades. The firm is led by three partners, each former entrepreneurs themselves, who founded and joined this firm to be the venture partners they wish they’d had as founders.

Funds managed

Fund Type Vintage Currency Committed capital
RPM Ventures III LP Venture 2017 USD 100,000,000
RPM Ventures II SoFi LLC Venture 2015 USD 2,642,888
RPM Ventures II SoFi Second LLC Venture 2015
Rpm Ventures II BountyJobs LLC Venture

Funding rounds

Top investment portfolio themes
fintech (1)  
insurtech (1)  

Investment activity status
Active investor

Selected investments

Displaying 1 - 13 of 13
Profile Country Date Funding
Excelerate Labs An intensive summer accelerator for startups driven by proven entrepreneurs and investors. N/A
Glyde Corp Innovative peer-to-peer e-commerce marketplace that makes buying and selling new and used video games, DVD’s, and consumer electronics simple. Venture
Janrain Inc Series A
ShareThis Inc Universal online sharing network Series A
Symwave Developer and marketer of high-performance analog/mixed-signal integrated circuits and system solutions. Series C
Applimation Inc Application Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) software company. Series C
BountyJobs Inc Series A
BountyJobs Inc N/A Repeat investment.
Coterie Coterie integrates insurance into tools and processes that businesses and operators already use, adding protection with just a click. Series A-1 Follow-on investment
DailyPay Inc Provider of daily payment solutions to employees and contractors. Series A led the round
Openlane Inc Series G
Openlane Inc Venture
Tetravitae Bioscience Inc Maker of alternative fuels through biomass conversion N/A

Current employees

Employee Position
[node:title] photo Tony Grover
[node:title] photo Marc Weiser