What investors are saying
The way in which products reach consumers is transforming dramatically. STORD is building a new kind of digitized physical warehouse infrastructure that is critical for companies to reach customers in a fast, smart, and optimal way.
We believe there’s a massive opportunity to build a software-powered virtual network of warehouses. The company building this network would deliver customers and asset owners unparalleled efficiency, transparency and economics. This can be a $100B company. We believe STORD will be this company.
Kleiner Perkins has partnered with some of the most ingenious founders in technology, helping them make history with their bold ideas. They've invested $10 billion in hundreds of companies including pioneers such as Amazon, Genentech, and Google.
A technology fund with a portfolio including Andela, Flexport, and Robinhood, Susa Ventures invests in companies leveraging data, economies of scale, or network effects to build value and achieve longevity.
Dynamo invests in extraordinary founding teams that are building supply chain and mobility startups. The partnership has supported a variety of startups transforming global trade and commerce including Skupos, Sennder, Starsky Robotics, and LEAF Logistics.
Backed by a list of iconic entrepreneurs and investors that includes Jeff Bezos, Meg Whitman, Eric Schmidt, and Mel Lagomasino, Rise of the Rest supports innovative companies across many different industries.
Tom Noonan is a prolific technology investor and entrepreneur from Atlanta, as well as the founder of venture capital firm TechOperators. He co-founded Internet Security Systems (ISS) with Chris Klaus in 1994.
Iconic Atlanta companies like Cox Enterprises, Chick-fil-A, Delta, and The Home Depot back Engage Ventures. This independent fund invests in bold entrepreneurs pursuing large market opportunities.
Chris Klaus is the CEO of Kaneva, co-founder of ISS (alongside Tom Noonan), a well-known supporter of Georgia Tech's College of Computing, and co-founder of multiple Atlanta-based technology accelerators.