Plenty IPO | Food Products | Founded: 2013 | Funding to Date: $537,324,918

Plenty (formerly “See Jane Farm”) was founded in 2014 by Jack Oslan, Matt Bernard, Nate Mazonson, and Nate Storey. The company has not officially endorsed a plan to participate in an IPO.

Plenty is an agriculture technology company that operates indoor vertical farming locations that use less space and fewer resources to grow produce. The company has raised nearly $400 million in Venture Capital funding from investors including Group 11, Moore Capital Management, Slice Technologies, Softbank Investment Advisors, Bezos Expeditions, Data Collective, DCM Ventures, Finistere Ventures, Innovation Endeavors, and Kirenaga Partners. It has been widely reported that Plenty last raised $175 million in 2019 at a post-money valuation of over $1 billion.

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SoftBank Vision Fund, the huge tech-investment vehicle helmed by Japanese billionaire Masayoshi Son, has led a $200 million investment into indoor farming startup Plenty. Joining Son are notable tech billionaires Eric Schmidt and Jeff Bezos. Plenty farms can grow anything except tree fruit and root…


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