We partner with companies that do more.
Trousdale Ventures is an innovative VC firm in search of companies that are designing the future of health, happiness, and productivity.
An ecosystem where entrepreneurs can thrive.
The Trousdale Ventures team provides an agile team of investment expertise, founding and operational experience and creative talent to create strategic partnerships within our portfolio to enhance growth and innovation. We work across a wide range of industries, and are always ready to collaborate with dynamic companies.
Brightside makes it simple and affordable to get expert, personalized treatment for depression and anxiety, all from the comfort of home. Delivered by expert, caring doctors and therapists, Brightside combines evidence-based treatment approaches with the latest technology to deliver the best care available.
Ecovative uses biology to solve fundamental human needs at industrial scales and in consumer applications. Ecovative uses mycelium to grow category defining products ranging from leather like textiles to sustainable packaging to high performance foams for apparel and beauty. Ecovative is widely recognized for its technical and environmental contributions by organizations like the World Economic Forum and in the media including Wired, Forbes, and Time.
Started in 1964 by Bruce F Meyers, Meyers Manx is the originator of the Dune Buggy, a free spirited adventure vehicle based on a Volkswagen chassis. Originally designed for victory in off-road racing, Meyers Manx buggies quickly became a pop-culture icon of the 1960's, and were seen everywhere from The Thomas Crown Affair featuring Steve McQueen, to the driveways of countless celebrities during the summer of love. Trousdale Ventures is actively managing this legacy brand with an aim for electrification.
Solugen challenges the traditional approach to chemicals production, which is capital intensive, dangerous, environmentally unfriendly by produceing high-performance chemicals from plant-derived substitutes. Its award-winning hydrogen peroxide technology was developed in-house by a team of doctors, scientists, and engineers from MIT. Solugen's patented approach takes advantage of bio-inspired reactions to use plant material as a low-cost feedstock to produce novel products cost-competitive with the competition.