Highlights from GingerBread Capital’s Q3 2019
Watch our video of the “Women Investing in Women” event on October 1, 2019 at The Riveter in Los Angeles. GingerBread Capital partnered with LDR Ventures and Park Bench Capital to host the invite-only gathering, sponsored by Goldman Sachs and Fenwick & West.
New to the GingerBreadCap portfolio
Havenly – Denver-based Havenly recently raised $32 million in a Series C fundraising round for its interior design platform, which allows users to make their Pinterest dreams of the perfect home come true. Collaborate online with Havenly’s interior design pros, who will guide you through from concept to selecting, purchasing and arranging your furnishings, according to your style, space and budget. GBC participated in the round with the Foundry Group, Lerer Hippeau, and Kickstart Ventures.
Nara Organics – A direct-to-consumer natural baby food company offering the first biodynamic organic infant formula; and a free app that helps parents track feeding sessions, pumping, sleep, and diaper changes.
Year & Day – Sophisticated, timeless and affordable diningware designed in California and made in Europe, Year & Day will make your table look perfect every day of the year.
Carbon38 – An online purveyor of high-fashion activewear and ready-to-wear featuring its own label and leading designer lines like Adidas by Stella McCartney, Reebok X Victoria Beckham, Ultracore and many others.
In other portfolio company news:
Contentstack, a headless CRM platform, raised $31.5 million in a Series A fundraising round in early October. GBC joined Insight Partners and Illuminate Ventures in the round. Check out Contentstack co-founder/CEO Neha Sampat‘s advice about how to support entrepreneurial women.
Incredible Health, a healthcare jobs matching platform targeting nurses and other in-demand healthcare positions, raised $17 million in a Series A fundraising round this past September. GBC joined investors Adreessen Horowitz, NFX, Obvious Ventures, Precursor Ventures and others in the round.
“Everyone should have their own artificial intuition agent whose job is to identify opportunities before you even know to search for them.”
— Node founder Falon Fatemi, describing her company’s ‘Artificial Intuition’ platform, which raised $16 million in a fundraising round this past July. GBC joined investors Mark Cuban, Avalon Ventures, NEA, NewView Capital, Canaan Partners and several new investors including actor Will Smith’s Dreamers fund.