Seeq is supported by a distinguished group of investors. Some are listed below:

Second Avenue Partners 

Second Avenue Partners (www.secondave.com) is a Seattle-based provider of management, strategy, and capital for early stage companies. The partners invest their own money, typically directed at emerging Internet businesses in the high-tech field. Second Avenue was an early investor in companies such as Insitu, Modumetal, and MarketLeader.

Altira Group LLC

Altira Group LLC is a Denver, Colorado-based firm that works closely with entrepreneurs to provide venture capital funding for emerging oil and gas technology companies. Altira focuses on software, equipment, and advantaged service companies that are helping meet the increasingly complex digital and operational challenges of today’s oil and gas industry. Since 1996, Altira has invested over $1B with partners in over 50 companies. Its Fund VI partners include a select group of U.S. super-independent oil and gas companies that help accelerate the growth of Altira's portfolio companies by serving as large, fast-adopting customers. The Altira team has over half a century of combined experience building successful companies in the oil and gas technology space. Please visit www.altiragroup.com for more information.

Next47

Next47 is a global venture firm created by Siemens that invests in, and partners with, entrepreneurs who think big and build industry-defining companies. With offices in Boston, Beijing, London, Munich, Paris, Palo Alto and Stockholm, next47 gives start-ups unparalleled access to one of the world's largest portfolios of customers in the areas of industry, energy and infrastructure as well as domain expertise in the deep technologies that impact those customers. 

Chevron Technology Ventures

Chevron Technology Ventures (CTV) pursues innovative business solutions and externally developed technologies that have the potential to improve Chevron’s base business operations and champions their deployment and adoption into the company.  Since its inception in 1999 as the first such fund at an oil major, CTV has supported a wide range of companies and venture capital funds. 

Saudi Aramco Energy Ventures

Saudi Aramco Energy Ventures (‘SAEV’) (www.saev.com) is the strategic technology venturing program of Saudi Aramco, the world’s leading integrated energy and chemicals company. Headquartered in Dhahran with offices in North America and Europe, SAEV’s mission is to invest globally in start-ups and high-growth companies with technologies of strategic importance to its parent, Saudi Aramco. Focus areas include upstream and downstream oil & gas, renewable energy, energy efficiency and water technologies. SAEV’s team of highly experienced investment professionals actively support portfolio companies with guidance and access to a global network.

Cisco Investments

For over three decades, the team of Cisco Investments (www.ciscoinvestments.com) has made hundreds of direct investments in high-growth technology startups. The firm invests $200 to $300 million annually, from series A to late stage growth investments, with over 120+ active portfolio companies and 45+ LP funds all over the world. Cisco Investments’ team of domain experts have responsibility for both investments and M&A. With a strong reputation for predicting market transitions and fostering global innovation, Cisco Investments is a founder-friendly, collaborative, and value-creating strategic investor.

Madrona Venture Group

Madrona (www.madrona.com) has been investing in early-stage technology companies in the Pacific Northwest since 1995 and has been privileged to play a role in some of the region's most successful technology ventures. The firm invests predominately in seed and Series A rounds across the information technology spectrum, including consumer Internet, commercial software and services, digital media and advertising, networking and cloud computing, and mobile. Madrona manages approximately $1 billion and was an early investor in companies such as Amazon.com, Apptio, Isilon Systems, and Redfin.

Clear Fir Partners, L.P.

Clear Fir Partners, L.P. is a venture capital firm specializing in early stage investments in emerging markets and secondary investments. The firm seeks to invest in wireless, telecom and the internet sector. Clear Fir Partners, L.P. is based in United States.

Gaylord Kellogg, Founder of Saltspring Ventures, LLC.

Gaylord is an angel investor specializing in early stage Northwest companies focused on Internet technologies, software, and clean tech. His portfolio has included: Amazon, AvenueA/Aquantive, Atom Films, Daptiv, Escapia, Halosource, MarketRange, Modumetal, Neah Power Systems, Pet Holdings, Play Network, Qsent, ScaleOut Software, Tegic, Terabeam, and VacationSpot. He co-founded Gear.com, an online surplus sporting goods retailer acquired by Overstock.

John Meisenbach, Founder and CEO of MCM

John Meisenbach has had a successful career in the financial services industry since 1961. His considerable and enduring success is due to the individual attention and expertise that he brings to each of his clients. Mr. Meisenbach serves on the boards of Costco, Expeditors International, M Financial Group, McCormick Capital Management, Children’s Hospital and Atlantic Street Center. He is active in numerous industry and civic organizations including the United Way of King County, Global Partnerships, Medical Teams International and Zion Preparatory Academy.