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Columbus, OH, USA
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|Funding requirements||We invest in US-based early-stage companies with one or more historically ignored founder(s). Fund I is a $50MM pre-seed/seed-stage fund investing in 80-100 industry-agnostic startups in tech, tech-enabled, and D2C.|
|Funding stages||2. Prototype3. Early Revenue4. Scaling|
|First cheque||$150k to $1M|
This fund does not have a portfolio on OpenVC yet
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We invest in US-based early-stage companies with one or more historically ignored founder(s). Fund I is a $50MM pre-seed/seed-stage fund investing in 80-100 industry-agnostic startups in tech, tech-enabled, and D2C.
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