Our Investments

Focused Investment Targeting

We invest in private and public companies with clearly defined growth potential where we have deep sector expertise. Our sector-focused program combines our subject matter expertise and our experience and relationships in investment management and operations within enterprise, military, government and security to help identify investment opportunities where we can add value.

Late-Stage VC & Growth Equity

We invest in companies starting from Series B through Pre-IPO, focusing on a range of sectors from cybersecurity to government and defense IT to consumer-enabled tech and enterprise software. Partnering with the companies that meet the needs created by the ever-evolving technology landscape is at the core of what we do. Below is a sample of current and prior portfolio investments*.

Control Private Equity

The Washington Harbour Federal IT Platform and Washington Harbour Cyber Platform are the crux of our control private equity strategy. The goal of our IT platform is to develop and deploy new cutting-edge IT solutions quickly and at scale to meet the critical needs of our nation’s security mission. Our cyber platform was created on the belief that cybersecurity is a critical business and national defense issue that will require significant investment to protect companies and government agencies. With every partnership, our primary goal is to grow the business, creating more potential for founders who continue to be invested in the company.

Public Equities

The Washington Harbour Capital Opportunities Fund is a long-term public equities fund that holds a mix of small- and mid-cap equities in our sectors of expertise. Our private equity mindset allows us to be strategic investors, looking past the near-term volatility and focus on value creation in the medium-long term.

*The portfolio companies identified above do not represent all of the portfolio companies, purchased, sold, or recommended for funds advised by Washington Harbour Partners LP. The reader should not assume that an investment in the portfolio companies identified were or will be profitable.