Orion Henry Overview

  • Investor Type
  • Angel
  • Status
  • Active
  • Investments
  • 5
  • Portfolio
  • 3
  • Exits
  • 2

Orion Henry General Information


Mr. Orion Henry is a Co-Founder of Heavybit where he serves as an Advisor. He is a Founder at Heroku. He co-founded TrustCommerce.

Contact Information

Investor Status
Actively Seeking New Investments
Primary Investor Type
Angel (individual)
Primary Office
  • 325 9th Street
  • San Francisco, CA 94103
  • United States

Orion Henry Investments (5)

Company Name Deal Date Deal Type Deal Size Industry Company Stage Lead Partner
MONI app 11-Nov-2015 Seed Round 00.000 Financial Software Generating Revenue 00000 00000
00000000 0000 01-Nov-2012 0000 00000 00.000 Database Software Generating Revenue 00000 00000
000000 09-Jun-2011 0000 00000 00.000 Software Development Applications Generating Revenue/Not Profitable 00000 00000
Zencoder 12-Apr-2011 Seed Round 000 Multimedia and Design Software Generating Revenue 00000 00000
Pantheon (Software Development Applications) 01-Sep-2010 Seed Round 00.00 Software Development Applications Generating Revenue 00000 00000
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Orion Henry Exits (2)

Company Name Exit Date Exit Type Exit Size
Treasure Data 02-Aug-2018 Merger/Acquisition 00000
00000000 14-Aug-2012 000000000000000000 000.00
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Orion Henry Team (1)

Name Title Deals Funds Boards Office
Orion Henry Angel Investor 0 San Francisco, CA
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