List of the 1,000 largest SaaS Venture Capital Investors [2024]

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This list includes 1016 Software as a Service (SaaS) venture capital investors from our global venture capital investor list that mention SaaS-related keywords on their website. Many of the included venture capital funds are focused on investments in research and development,  technology, and applications.

The list includes email addresses, investment focus, country information and keyword-related metrics. The list was updated on May 8th, 2024.

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List of 5 large SaaS venture capital investors

SaaS is short for software as a service. The market size for on-demand software was around $113,81B in 2020 and is estimated to grow even more in upcoming years. This article highlights five active SaaS venture capital investors from our list.

1. Conviction Venture Capital (UK)

Conviction is a VC firm interested in B2B SaaS companies. It is privately backed and highly focused on growth startups. Since 2017, it has invested over $100M in Consensus, which is part of its portfolio. The company describes its business as a SaaS-enabled service that can increase confidence in open banking.

2. Forum Ventures (USA)

Forum Ventures, formerly Acceleprise, is a fund, program, platform, and community for B2B SaaS startups. It offers investments of $250K in each startup and an “end-to-end fundraising playbook.” Furthermore, the fund grants access to an extensive network of seed and Series A investors. Portfolio companies include AlphaRank, Adusky, Adistry, and Samply.

3. Hi Inov (France)

HiInov is a venture capital firm that supports startups from the early stage to the growth stage. They have €250M in assets under management and have backed 37 startups. Portfolio companies include diplomatic,, awork, or Styla. Successful exits so far were interCloud or ermeo.

Update 2024: Hi Inov has announced the first closing of €75 million for the Hi Inov 3 fund. The company has achieved its first milestone with the support of its existing investors and a new, more diverse investor base comprising institutional investors, family investment holding companies, and entrepreneurs.

4. Speedinvest (Austria)

Another active SaaS startup investor is Vienna-based Speedinvest. The well-known venture capital investor has six focus areas: deep tech, fintech, health, industrial tech, marketplaces and SaaS. Successful portfolio companies in the SaaS vertical are Ledgy, Gitpod, upvest, mindsdb or actiondesk. Meanwhile, the fund is active in whole Europe.

Update 2023: In February 2023, Speedinvest announced that it led the funding round of SaaS startup konfetti. The Berlin-based startup offers a platform for courses and workshops.

5. Oxx Capital (UK)

UK investor Oxx Capital’s core focus is B2B SaaS. The fund looks primarily for software-as-a-service startups with a good product value proposition and tech stack. Recent investments include CyberSmart and Black Swan Data. The fund especially invests in later-stage rounds.

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Included information in our list

Our keyword analysis-based list includes the following general columns:

  • Name of the VC fund
  • Country of origin
  • URL
  • E-mail (general)
  • Investment focus (if data available)
  • Corporate VC (yes/no)

The following columns are based on the keyword crawler, which is a Python-based, in-house developed tool that crawls every page for at least 45 seconds to find the respective keywords.

  • total_frequency (e.g.: 861) – total counted occurrences of keywords on the VC website
  • average_keyword_rate (e.g. 0.02) – average rate of keyword occurrences per subpage in relation with total number of words
  • most_common_keyword (e.g. „saas“) – keyword that was counted the most often on respective VC website
  • most_common_keyword_frequency (e.g. 630) – number of times the most common keyword was counted
  • sub_url_highest_rate (e.g. – sub url with the highest number of found keywords
  • highest_rate (e.g. 0.2) – highest keyword rate per subpage
  • frequency_per_keyword: {‘saas’: 541, ‘software as a service’: 0, ‘subscription model’: 1} – dictionary of number of keyword occurrences per keyword

Why B2B software-as-a-service are of particular interest for global VCs

The year 2022 was exceptionally challenging for the tech world. Many SaaS startups have suffered from increased economic pressure and have had to lay off employees. Nevertheless, a large number of venture capital investors continue to believe in the success of B2B SaaS companies. This is especially due to the prospects of predictable recurring revenues. Business customers, once acquired, are considered reliable and well-paying clientele. B2B SaaS startups will therefore continue to be very popular in the digital environment.

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2 reviews for List of the 1,000 largest SaaS Venture Capital Investors [2024]

  1. Edmund (verified owner)

    Great list of software as a service startup investors, perfect matches

  2. Björn Maronde

    Super well researched list. Always happy to be your customer

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