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Top 5 Google Angel Investors in United States

A list of 5 angel investors that invest in Google startups based in United states. We rank investors based on the number of investments they made in Google companies from United states. We update this investor list every month.

Top 5 Google Angel Investors in United States

Investor Google United States investments
Mike Merkulov 1
Michael Birch 1
David Tisch 1
Mark Suster 1
Roman Kirsch 1
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Mike Merkulov Angel
Mike Merkulov
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Investment focus
  • Software, Furniture, Apps
  • Seed, Funding Round, Convertible Note
  • United States, Germany, Ukraine
Portfolio highlights
  • Welltory — Your personal data analyzed and transformed into powerful insights that keep you on track for lifelong health
  • Adwisely — Adwisely is a perfect online ad solution for eCommerce stores with $1.5k+ monthly ad budget
  • Pufetto — Pufetto creates furniture for those who value in the present life. They want you to devote more time to really important things. It is very important for us that their products delight you for a long time and serve reliably. Therefore, they have done everything to make the choice and purchase of the best furniture surprisingly simple and pleasantfor every guest.
Michael Birch Angel · San Francisco, California, United States
Michael Birch is the Co-founder of Bebo and Birthday Alarm. Birch was raised in North London, England, went to Imperial College, London in Central London (where he met Xochi, his wife), then worked in West London. After finally deciding that he had done London, Michael moved to San Francisco in 2002.Michael and Xochi Birch sold Bebo to AOL inMarch 2008 for USD 850 million. Their combined 70% stake yielded a profit of $595 million from the deal. In June 2008, Michael invested in, and joined the board of MyStore.com along with Julian Lennon and Gordon Crawford. He is also an investor in Goodreads, a book oriented social network.Having worked in a number of not-so-exciting computer related jobs, he relished the chance to set up an Internet based family business with his wife, Xochi and brother, Paul. Remembering birthdays was never his strong point, much to his embarrassment, so what could be better than something he could use himself. Michael was responsible for developing the original Birthday Alarm website back in 2001, but is no longer involved in its development.
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Investment focus
  • Apps, Social Media, Internet
  • Seed, Series A, Angel
  • United States, United Kingdom, Denmark
Portfolio highlights
  • Keyo — Keyo is an end-to-end solution that offers apartment rentals. Now, Keyo has blossomed into a full-scale software-as-a-service for landlords, targeting small-to-medium-sized renters with 20 to 5,000 units. Founded in 2017, the company is headquartered in Palo Alto, CA.
  • HolidayFox — HolidayFox is a platform to discover and book family staycations. From a fun filled day out with the kids through to a whole holiday, HolidayFox has it all. Get suggestions, find, build and book your perfect package all in one place
  • Whatifi — Whatifi turns passive viewers into active players who control what happens next.
David Tisch Angel · New York, New York, United States
David Tisch is the Managing Partner of BoxGroup, a New York City-based early stage investment fund. BoxGroup is an investor in over 200 seed-stage companies, including Vine, Blue Apron, Sunrise, Warby Parker, Harry’s, Oscar, Behance, Handy and more. David is also the co-founder and Chairman of Spring, a mobile marketplace where customers shopdirectly within the app from a curated community of brands. Spring was named by Apple as one of the Best Apps of 2014.In 2014, David was named Head of Startup Studio at Cornell Tech, the University’s New York City-based graduate campus focused on digital technologies and the information economy. He is also Entrepreneur in Residence for Wharton’s Entrepreneurship Program.David is the co-founder of TechStars NYC and has served on numerous boards, including Mayor Bloomberg’s Advisory Council on Technology, the Investor Board of Venture for America, and the Entrepreneurship board at NYU. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and New York University School of Law, and currently lives in New York City
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Investment focus
  • Software, Internet, E-Commerce
  • Seed, Series A, Series B
  • United States, France, Israel
Portfolio highlights
  • Vengo — Vengo is a software and media company that engages consumers and collects data by combining interactive digital media with point-of-purchase. Selected from 270 companies as "NYC Next Idea 2012," Vengo's next-generation vending machines enable brands such as Trident, Snapple, Dentyne, and Sour Patch Kids to re-engage consumers whilegenerating attractive unit economics (expect six-month payback on new units). Vengo already has established partnerships with Mondelez (one of the largest snack food companies), Snapple, Verizon, CC Vending (second-largest NYC vending machine provider), and Creative Mobile Technologies (NYC taxis). Vengo was founded in 2012 and headquartered in Long Island City, New York.
  • The Happy Home Company — The Happy Home Company is your Personal Home Manager. Managing your home is expensive, complicated, and time consuming. They solve this problem by connect homeowners with an affordable Personal Home Manager, who is supported by powerful technology, and a trusted service network
  • Even.com — Even offers an affordable on-demand pay product that allows employees to access their paychecks when they need it most—without confusing, hidden, or predatory fees. With a proven track record of reducing employee turnover and increasing retention and productivity, Even is the highest-rated on-demand pay app and has helped employees save more than$82 million to date.
Mark Suster Angel · Los Angeles, California, United States
Mark Suster is the General Partner of Upfront Ventures. He previously worked at salesforce.com as a Vice President. Mark Suster attended the University of Chicago.
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Investment focus
  • Software, Advertising, Social Media
  • Seed, Series A, Series B
  • United States, Poland, United Kingdom
Portfolio highlights
  • Secfense — Secfense is the fast track to passwordless authentication. We help companies implement strong MFA in a no-code way and at large scale.
  • Queer Spaces — Spaces is a group chat platform for building queer communities, and the first app to serve the entirety of the LGBTQ+ spectrum.
  • InfoSum — InfoSum has developed a decentralized platform designed to remove the trust barriers between progress and privacy. Its platform enables advertisers, media owners, data providers, and other advertising technology firms to collaborate across multiple data sources, without requiring the underlying data to be moved or pooled. The company was foundedin 2016 and is headquartered in Basingstoke, Hampshire.
Roman Kirsch Angel · Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Roman Kirsch is the Entrepreneur and Investor of Rapid Pioneers Group.
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Investment focus
  • E-Commerce, Software, Health Care
  • Seed, Pre-Seed, Funding Round
  • Germany, Italy, Malaysia
Portfolio highlights
  • Casavo — Want to sell your house fast? Fill out the online form and receive a free home value estimate and real estate prices from Casavo!
  • Bending Spoons — Bending Spoons is a fast-growing tech company focused on building and marketing mobile applications. Despite being such a young company, we've already achieved notable results, with tens of millions of downloads of our apps, and millions of users active every month. Our goal? Becoming the #1 app developer and publisher in the world. And ourambitions don't end there!We invest immensely in our team, and we couldn't be more proud of each other. We are a group of extremely young, talented, and ambitious software engineers, data scientists, and graphic designers, with among our ranks entrepreneurs that raised money from prestigious VCs, ex-CERN, ex-Google, and ex-McKinsey. We work from our amazing headquarters in Milan, but also support remote work.We're always on the lookout for people that want to be part of our über-challenging journey to build one of the greatest tech companies in the world. If that sounds exciting to you, don't hesitate to apply at http://bendingspoons.com/careers.html.
  • Animoca Brands — Animoca Brands is a metaverse and gaming venture capital firm that focuses on driving digital property rights to gamers and internet users through NFTs. It utilizes gamification and blockchain to develop and market a portfolio of mobile applications, games, and additional products oriented to educational learning to ensure transparency, security,and new business models.
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