Mighty Capital is an early growth Silicon Valley Venture Capital firm that invests in companies building “products that count”: products that transform business and life at scale. We invest in companies that have:
- A strong leadership team
- Achieved product-market fit, and
- A clear go-to-market strategy
Our portfolio company, Amplitude, say that we bring the “best value for the dollar invested.” The combination of our diverse partnership expertise and our exclusive access to Products That Count, the world’s most influential network of product managers, produces unique and proprietary value to our portfolio. Products that count is over 200,000 product managers, which helps our companies:
- Hire new talent,
- Sell products,
- Develop new ideas, and
- Potentially exit via corporate sale, since it is often executive PMs who initiate M&A transactions
This unique value proposition is a prime reason why larger firms enjoy partnering with us – a startup venture firm, and why Business Insider says we’ve come up with “a new way of doing venture capital.”
SC Moatti is a technology visionary, entrepreneur and investor. She is the founding partner of Mighty Capital, a Silicon Valley venture capital firm, and Products That Count, a global community of product managers, leaders and founders. Previously, she built products that billions of people use at Facebook, Nokia and Electronic Arts. SC has an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business and a MS in Electrical Engineering.
Jennifer has over 20 years of experience across a broad range of technologies, with extensive experience in the mobile and security industries. She has held management and executive roles in start-ups and innovation units of large organizations including Price Waterhouse, Nokia, VASCO Data Security and Telefonica. She looks for teams that can execute their go-to-market strategies.
Michael Paris has 20 years of experience in complex product management from medical device, robotics, and autonomous vehicle. He has delivered over 12 products from conception to market release in highly regulated environments. Michael enjoys the early innovation phase, and holds 16 patents. He has worked across the globe, and has lived abroad in the UK, Belgium and Switzerland.
Olya is a product and growth leader with the roots in venture capital and strategy consulting. Previously, she built products at Playfish (acquired by Electronic Arts), Getty Images and SigFig. Olya is an adventurer who loves traveling, playing tennis, and being outdoors. As a former competitive tennis player, she believes in discipline, creativity, and perseverance. She is an alumnus of the University of Toronto and London Business School.
Charlie is a data geek with more than 20 years of experience bringing data out of the shadows to drive business value. He is a technical evangelist speaking for and advising startups in big data systems. He has his broad experience with data pipelines and system architecture and recently led the development of Autodesk’s big data platform built to support their migration to subscription and the cloud. Previously he was a partner in a start-up focused on spatial databases and web-based tools for state and local government agencies and utility companies.
Thomas is an entrepreneur and startup executive who is responsible for developing a leading, vertical-focused SaaS technology company. He is expertise is in growing businesses under the Lean Startup methodology and is passionate about product development, positioning, and marketing. He has raised Angel and Strategic capital. Previously, he was a founder of a startup focused on a booking and financial platform for the accommodations industry. He holds an MBA degree from the University of San Francisco.
Krishna Mehra is a serial entrepreneur with a track record of building, scaling and mentoring category defining product companies. He has founded and exited two companies – in Enterprise SaaS, AI-driven customer engagement (Capillary) and B2C Consumer Subscription (Taro, acquired by EAT Club) space which raised over $100MM in venture capital from Sequoia Capital, Warburg Pincus, Qualcomm, AmEx and Norwest Venture Partners, having created over ~$750MM in enterprise value through his own and investee companies. Krishna has been an invited speaker at Harvard Business School, The Wharton School and Indian Institute of Management and a mentor at 500 Startups and Alchemist Accelerator. He was awarded the Young Alumni Achiever Award by Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in 2018.