BRYANT STIBEL COMPANIES
At Bryant Stibel, we work with visionary entrepreneurs and business leaders to help build impactful and enduring companies. Our portfolio has included more than 90 businesses in the technology, consumer, and enterprise sectors. Our team of proven public and private company executive operating partners invests through multiple strategic platforms.
The philosophy behind our platforms is the belief that while capital plays an important part in the investment process, strategic and operational guidance can be even more valuable. We work alongside leading private equity and venture firms to assist growth companies where a strategic investment, alongside operational support, can drive outstretched results.
The information on this website is for informational purposes only. The investments and companies mentioned or listed are only representative and may not be an accurate or complete description as certain information has been taken from third-party sources. The third-party sources are believed to be reliable. However, Bryant Stibel has not independently verified the information and cannot verify the accuracy of such information.
Representative investments are not to be considered a complete list of all investments made by either Bryant Stibel and/or its individual partners. There can be no assurance that any fund managed by Bryant Stibel, or any investment, will be profitable or avoid substantial losses. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.
“Stibel & Co. Fund I” and “Stibel & Co. Fund II” represent direct investments made by each fund.
“Other Investments” include investments that pre-date the formation of Bryant Stibel and may be classified as Stibel Investments or Kobe Investments, including when equity was derived from employment or other services rendered, or for direct investments that were made personally by members of Bryant Stibel outside of a specific fund. “Other Investments” represent direct investments as well as portfolio and fund of fund investments.
“Exited” may refer to either a complete or partial exit or distributions and may not be fully representative or comprehensive.