Last activity: 26.07.2022
Amplify is an early stage venture capital firm in Venice, CA dedicated to making early investments in LA's most promising startups, and is a leading institution in the Los Angeles venture capital scene. Since 2011, Amplify has backed dozens of companies, which together have gone on to raise billions of dollars in funding, with exits to Apple, Google, and FanDuel, among others. Some prominent Amplify portfolio companies include: - Clutter ( - FloQast ( - HelloTech ( - Bouqs ( - Bitium (acquired by Google) - Winc (
Location: United States, California, Los Angeles
Employees: 11-50
Founded date: 2011
Investment Type: Venture Capital
Investment Stage: Pre-Seed; Seed; Series A

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