Adtrib - New York, NY

Adtrib helps savvy marketers orchestrate a customer
experience that focuses on the customer journey -
not an individual marketing campaign.


Airbnb - San Francisco, CA

Airbnb is a website for people to rent out their properties.


Biobeats - Berkeley, CA; London & Pisa

Biobeats builds technologies that responds to physiologic
data and learns how users interact with them.


   Boxed - New York, NY   

Boxed is a discount wholesale shopping app.


Breezy - Oakland, CA

Breezy is a world leader in secure mobile printing.


Cameo - New York, NY

Acquired by Vimeo.

Make movies with friends.

Change Collective - Boston, MA

Make the changes that matter with the help of world-class experts.


Fitocracy - New York, NY

Fitocracy is a social network that empowers anyone to improve
their health and fitness by connecting them to users and communities
just like them.


Fondu - New York, NY

Acquired by Airbnb.

Fondu is a fun and easy way to share bite-size restaurant
reviews with your friends.

Ginger - Cambridge, MA and San Francisco, CA

Big Data, Better Health / health insights from passive
behavior data for providers, patients and caregivers.


Glide - Jerusalem, Israel

Glide combines the personality of video chat with
the convenience of texting, allowing you to broadcast
private video messages to friends with just a single tap


Hinge - Washington, D.C

Hinge is a social dating app that connects users
with their friends' single friends


Immersive Labs - New York, NY

Smart face detection.



Acquired by SoundCloud.

Your music, anywhere. Use Instinctiv for desktop and mobile
to sync, manage and discover your music on all your devices.

Jobr - San Francisco, CA

Jobr lets you advance your career by easily browsing for jobs
and connecting with employers without the hassle of a formal job search.


Jump Ramp Games - New York, NY

Jump Ramp Games is a mobile gaming studio.


Just Sing It! - New York, NY

Karaoke meets "Name That Tune" in this highly addictive
social game that lets friends of all ages sing and guess each
others’ songs.


Kanvas - New York, NY

Kanvas is a mobile platform for creative self expression.


Keyhole - Toronto, Cananda

Keyhole tracks social conversations in real-time, and
presents it in a simple, visual dashboard.


LocalResponse - New York, NY

LocalResponse helps marketers respond
to real-time consumer intent.


Localytics - Cambridge, MA

Localytics is the most powerful app
analytics platform available.


Memoir - New York, NY

Memoir transforms photos, places you go, and social
media into memories that can be accessed in the future.


Metaresolver - San Francisco, CA

Acquired by Millennial Media.

Metaresolver powers smarter media buying on mobile platforms
through tighter targeting using proprietary data.

MightyMeeting - New York, NY

Present anywhere, locally or remotely,
from your tablet or smartphone.


Mindsnacks - San Francisco, CA

MindSnacks, the leading developer of educational apps for iOS,
designs engaging, bite-sized games that support long-term learning
among users of all ages.


Mojaro - San Francisco, CA

Mojaro is a mobile gaming studio with proprietary
animation and AI tech


mParticle - New York, NY

mParticle built infrastructure to provide mobile app owners with
the controls and reporting functionality necessary to make informed
decisions about their data.


Navdy - San Francisco, CA

Navdy is a Head-Up Display (HUD) that enables a dramatically
better way to use your apps in the car. Navdy feels like driving in the future
and will change the relationship you have with your phone and car, forever.

Nextpeer - Tel Aviv, Israel

Nextpeer provides a platform that allows iOS developers s
to easily integrate a multiplayer experience into their game.


Onswipe - New York, NY

Onswipe is a platform that makes it insanely easy for publishers
of all sizes to make their content and advertising a beautiful
experience on touch enabled devices via the browser.


Owlet - Cedar Valley, UT

Owlet is a small bootie that a baby wears while sleeping.
It signals heartrate and respiration and you can check in on
your baby via a mobile device.



Acquired by LocalResponse.

Philo makes television interactive by letting users use their
mobile devices to check-in to shows and interact with programming
and other viewers.

Reactor Labs - Boulder, CO

Reactor Labs created Winston, a speech
enabled assistant that reads your social
updates and favorite news feeds as a
narrated newscast.


Shake - New York, NY

Shake is an app where users can create, sign and
send legally binding agreements.


Show Me - New York, NY

ShowMe aims to unlock the world's knowledge, and
connect great teachers to every student on earth.



Acquired by Automattic.

Simperium builds a platform for syncing
content among people and their devices.

Sonic Notify - New York, NY and Beverly Hills, CA

Sonic Notify delivers content to smart devices
through imperceptible sound waves.


SoundCloud - Berlin

SoundCloud is an online audio distribution platform.


Stitch - San Francisco, CA

Stitch helps salespeople close more deals and be more responsive.
Stitch is mobile-first, sales productivity - starting with mobile email.


StockUp Commerce - Washington D.C.

StockUp Commerce lets you make a list of products you want to buy
and then compares the prices nearby to tell you the best deals.


TapToLearn - San Francisco, CA and Pune, India

TapToLearn makes fun, learning games for tablet devices.


TapCommerce - New York, NY

TapCommerce is the leader in mobile retargeting.


Tempo AI - Menlo Park, CA

The Tempo Smart Calendar intelligently enhances meetings
and events throughout the day by connecting data sources
like email to the mobile calendar.


Thumb - New York, NY

Acquired by YPulse.

Thumb is a mobile social network for instant
opinions from real people. Thumb boasts one of the
most highly engaged user bases of any social platform.


Trumaker - San Francisco, CA

Trumaker enables its team of local independent
outfitters with technology to collect customer
measurements and preferences.


Vistar Media - New York, NY

Vistar Media's place-based media ad serving technology
provides the industry's first programmatic platform.


Voyat - New York, NY

Voyat is a loyalty and e-commerce platform for hotels.


Vungle - San Francisco, CA and London, UK

Mobile video ads platform.


Wut - San Francisco, CA

WUT is a new social app that lets you send anonymish,
ephemeral messages to your Facebook friends.




Eniac Ventures is the first independent seed stage venture firm investing exclusively in mobile technologies. Eniac Ventures was founded in 2009 on the belief that the greatest technological catalyst of our time is the proliferation of Internet-enabled devices providing constant connectivity to the majority of the world population. Eniac Ventures is named after the world’s first computer developed at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Engineering, where the four general partners met in 1996.

We are serial entrepreneurs and operators with over 50 years of combined experience in the mobile software space. We have advised and invested in 80+ mobile software startups.


STAGE We invest in seed stage startups. We prefer companies have some market data, even if very limited.

TEAM We prefer teams who are actively building product. From our experience, a technical co-founder is ideal, along with a designer for consumer centric companies, and a business lead especially for enterprise focused companies.

SIZE We can invest from $250k up to $1M in your seed round.

SECTORS We're 100% focused on mobile. Specific targeted sectors within mobile include, but are not limited, to the following:
• Big Data • Cloud computing • Commerce • Social • Gaming • AdTech • Enterprise


The Eniac General Partners collectively have more than 50 years of operating and investing experience in information technology with an emphasis on mobile. The team has assembled a powerful network of relationships with participants in the mobile ecosystem including carriers, content providers, handset manufacturers, entrepreneurs and investors. Eniac Ventures’ network provides proprietary access to deal flow, due diligence, portfolio management and exit opportunities.


Hadley Harris is a Founding General Partner at Eniac Ventures. He has been actively working at the intersection of business and technology for 14 years.

Before focusing on Eniac fulltime, Hadley was a two-time entrepreneur in the mobile technology space. From 2007-2011 he was an executive at Vlingo, acquired by Nuance Communications for $225,000,000, where he held the roles of Head of Business & Market Strategy and Vice President of Marketing. At Vlingo, Hadley was responsible for the firm’s user acquisition and monetization. In the early years Hadley also lead Vlingo’s efforts in business development and finance. After Vlingo he became CMO of Thumb, a mobile social platform that boasted the 2nd highest user engagement next to Facebook. At Thumb he was responsible for all of the company’s marketing and business development activities until they were acquired in spring of 2012 by Ypulse. Before heading to Vlingo, Hadley worked at Charles River Ventures where he spent time helping with mobile investments while looking for a young startup to join. Prior to that, Hadley held a variety of roles including Corporate Strategy for Samsung and Product Management at Microsoft. He began his career as a software developer and engineering team manager for Pegasystems.

Hadley is a noted expert in the mobile space having been quoted or profiled in Forbes, TechCrunch, VentureBeat, GigaOm, Business Insider, MIT Technology Review and interviewed on Fox Business News. He was also named New York’s Best Early Stage Investors by Business Insider.

Hadley holds an MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelors of Science in Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania.


Nihal Mehta is a Founding General Partner at Eniac Ventures. With 14+ years of experience in innovating marketing technologies through founding five startups to date and investing in over 70, Nihal is a noted expert in the emerging adoption of mobile technologies for media properties and consumer brands.

Nihal is the founder & executive chairman of LocalResponse, Inc. which makes ads more relevant from social signals. LocalResponse was named to Forbes 2013 list as #67 of America's Most Promising Companies and #568 on the 2013 Inc. 5000's Fastest Growing Companies. Prior to LocalResponse, (which pivoted from buzzd, the first mobile real-time city guide), Nihal founded ipsh!, one of the first full-service mobile marketing agencies in 2001, which he sold to Omnicom (NYSE: OMC) in 2005. Nihal's personal investments include Admob (sold to Google), Swiftkey, Tapad & Uber.

Among other accolades, Nihal was a 2013 Ernst & Young "Entrepreneur of the Year" Semi-Finalist and featured in 2012 Business Insider's "25 People Every New Founder Should Meet in New York Tech", 2006 BusinessWeek's 'M-Commerce Barons' & 2005 AdAge's 'Top 20 Marketers in Their 20s.'

Nihal graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a BA in Philosophy and a BSE in Computer Science.


Vic Singh is a Founding General Partner at Eniac Ventures. He brings over 14 years of experience as an operator, investor and entrepreneur in the mobile space. Vic is also Founder and CEO of Kanvas, a mobile platform for creative self-expression.

Vic previously founded and led Tracks, a venture backed mobile platform for shared experiences and interests. Before Tracks, Vic co-founded NearVerse, the leading mobile platform for location based peer to peer media sharing. Vic served as a venture capitalist with RRE Ventures before going out on his own. He has advised and invested in 50+ early stage startups with a focus on mobile consumer Internet.

Vic holds an MBA from Columbia Business School, where he was an InSITE Fellow and a Robert Toigo Foundation Fellow. He earned a BS in Engineering with Minors in Economic and Mathematics from the University of Pennsylvania, where he was awarded the National Science Foundation Fellowship.


Tim Young is a Founding General Partner at Eniac Ventures with three exits as an entrepreneur and over 18 years of experience advising and investing in 100+ early stage startups with a focus on mobile enterprise software and mobile consumer Internet. Tim currently serves on the board of BetterCompany.

In 2001, Tim founded Bridge, an enterprise software company focusing on corporate training in Beijing, China, which he led to an 8-figure exit. Prior to that, Tim led product at Quoteship, a B2B marketplace for logistics, which exited to Logistics.com (NASD: ICGE). Tim began is career at WebYes, an industry pioneer ASP acquired by Breakaway Solutions (NASD: BWAY) in 1999. Tim also spent time coding at ExxonMobil and advising startups on IP and financing issues at MoFo.

Tim received his BSE in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania, where he received an award for cancer research from Bristol-Myers Squibb. He also received his J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Tim is a member of the State Bar of California and is a US Patent and Trademark Office registered attorney.