Glenn Solomon joined GGV Capital in 2006 as a Managing Partner and focuses on enterprise/cloud and software infrastructure investments.
His portfolio includes some of the most influential category creators of the last several years, including Airbnb (NASDAQ: ABNB), Opendoor (NASDAQ: OPEN), Slack (NYSE: WORK), Square (NYSE: SQ), Zendesk (NYSE: ZEN), and HashiCorp (NASDAQ: HCP). He has helped 10 of his portfolio companies navigate the IPO process and portfolio companies AlienVault (acquired by AT&T) and Vdoo (acquired by JFROG), Streamlit (acquired by Snowflake), and NS1 (acquired by IBM) complete successful M&As.
Glenn's current portfolio also includes emerging growth and early-stage companies such as BitSight Technologies, Coder, Conviva, Crosschq, Descope, Drata, HashiCorp, Kong, Lucidum, Monte Carlo, Neon, NetBox Labs, Nozomi Networks, Orca Security, Pecan, StarTree, Torq, Unravel Data, Synack, Tray.io, Vercel, Yonder (fka New Knowledge), and Zebrium.
Glenn is recognized among the top 100 VC investors by the Forbes Midas list. He is also the host of the podcast, “Founder Real Talk,” where founders and executives discuss the company-building challenges they've faced and how they've grown from tough experiences. He's also a contributing writer for Forbes.com.
Prior to GGV, Glenn was a General Partner with Partech International, where he led the firm's software investment efforts. Earlier in his career, Glenn worked with Goldman Sachs and also with SPO Partners, a San Francisco-based private investment partnership.
Glenn graduated from Stanford University, where he started on three NCAA championship tennis teams, and also earned an MBA from Stanford where he was an Arjay Miller Scholar. Glenn co-founded and remains active with The Spotlight Foundation, which funds social entrepreneurs addressing the educational needs of at-risk youth.