Cervin Ventures, a Palo Alto, CA-based early-stage venture capital firm, announced that Taylor Oliver has joined the firm as Principal.
His investing activity will be focused on enterprise applications, particularly companies in the areas of commerce, fintech, and supply chain. Prior to joining Cervin, Oliver helped launch two first time funds, Plug & Play Supply Chain and Tenacity Venture Capital.
Taylor’s addition to the Cervin investment team comes on the heels of the raise of $162 million in new capital and the launch of a portfolio services team to accelerate the growth of its portfolio.
Commenting on the new addition, Neeraj Gupta, Cervin Co-founder and Partner, said: “Taylor is a great addition to the Cervin investment team. He has a tremendous amount of enthusiasm for venture and a unique perspective on the founder journey. He will be a great help as we continue our disciplined approach to building a sustainable franchise and to better support our amazing founders.“
Cervin is an early-stage venture capital firm that invests in pioneering enterprise-technology companies. Cervin partners with disciplined entrepreneurs building tools, applications and infrastructure products to address massive, fast-growing markets. The firm has invested in more than 50 companies including LaunchDarkly, Paystand, and Celona, with more than a dozen successful exits from companies such as Punchh and Tynker.