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|Who we are||Redbud VC is an early-stage venture capital fund investing monetary and social capital in early-stage tech founders. |
|Value add||Mentorship from unicorn operators, recruiting, investor intros, deck & story assistance, finance help, sales, etc.|
709 Fay St., Suite 109, Columbia, MO 65201, United States
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|Funding requirements||We invest in founders building in hardware or software tech at the earliest stages.|
Industries: Agnostic, Proptech, Fintech, Hard Tech, Construction Tech, SaaS, Consumer, Transportation, Robotics
|Funding stages||1. Idea or Patent2. Prototype3. Early Revenue|
|Check size||$50k to $200k|
This fund does not have a portfolio on OpenVC yet
|How to get in touch||Online form|
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We invest in founders building in hardware or software tech at the earliest stages. Industries: Agnostic, Proptech, Fintech, Hard Tech, Construction Tech, SaaS, Consumer, Transportation, Robotics
|Default Form||The fund's default form for cold outreach||Submit deck|
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