Green Bay Ventures

Green Bay Ventures ("GBV") is a San Francisco based venture capital firm. The Firm is led by C. Richard "Dick" Kramlich and Anthony Schiller, who co-own and co-manage the Firm. Since 2012, Dick and Anthony have originated and made investments in world-class companies including Lyft, Dropbox, Xiaomi, MuleSoft, Databricks, Spotify, TransferWise, and DocuSign plus other leading early-stage venture capital deals. Dick and Anthony have designed GBV to build on the same instinct and vision which helped Dick and the firm he co-founded, NEA, pioneer investment in and commercialization of Ethernet (3Com), high capacity networking (Juniper Networks), balloon angioplasty (Advanced Cardiovascular), web-based remittances (Xoom) and graphics processing (Silicon Graphics) — but at a scale where the team can focus on a small number of high conviction opportunities and support a select group of visionary entrepreneurs working to create breakthrough technologies and transform industries. The Firm’s existing investors include some of the world’s most prominent families, top-tier venture capital investors, entrepreneurs, and Silicon Valley CEOs whose active engagement with portfolio companies provides deep domain expertise and direct access to target markets. GBV believes that by leveraging the networks and businesses of the Firm’s investors, its portfolio companies gain an advantage — helping the growth of their businesses and the deployment of their technologies.