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Bain Capital Ventures hires Adam Levin as Partner

Bain Capital Ventures, a seed-to-growth stage investor focused on enterprise software and technology, has appointed Adam Levin as a partner in Boston, focused on growth stage investing.

Levin will be responsible for identifying and cultivating investments in enterprise software and data services companies.
Levin most recently worked as a vice president in growth private equity at Kayne Anderson Capital Advisors in Los Angeles, where he focused on software-as-a-service and enterprise companies. While there, he led investments in DiCentral, Proficio, Azalea and Cryptzone (acquired by BC Partners) among others. Before Kayne Anderson, Levin was a venture associate at Crosslink Capital in San Francisco, where he sourced and worked on deals in ecommerce, fintech and software deals including Furry (acquired by Yahoo) and Personal Capital.
Levin previously gained operating experience as a business development manager for Meebo, a venture-backed advertising and mobile technology company (acquired by Google). Adam began his career as an investment banking analyst at Goldman Sachs in New York. He received his MBA from the Wharton School and a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Pennsylvania.
“We’re excited to add Adam to our investment team and welcome him back to the east coast,” says Mike Krupka, managing director of Bain Capital Ventures. “Adam brings a unique blend of capabilities, having served as a venture stage investor, growth stage investor and operator in a fast-growing startup. His experience across enterprise and SaaS markets will help us deepen our founder relationships in one of BCV’s strongest investment areas.”
“I’m thrilled to join such an incredible team with proven success in enterprise software and data-driven industries,” says Levin. “It’s an exciting time as every business function and vertical industry experiences disruption due to both new technologies and new business models. I look forward to helping the next generation of founders bring their visions to fruition.”

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