In February 2021, we saw 11 VCs reveal their debut funds. Below, we will list out the firms’ verticals, investment stage, description, and more. All debut funds are curated from Axios Pro Rata Newsletter. To find the right investors for your business, check out Visible Connect.
Trestle Partners – Feb 26
Trestle is a private investment fund investing solely in pre-Series A and Series A SaaS businesses. They secured a $30M on Feb 26th. They provide capital to founders so startups can continue to scale without committing to the Bay Area’s single-track approach to growth.
Motion Venture – Feb 25
Motion Ventures is a strategic global venture investment fund designed for industry adoption to scale innovation, with a focus on early-stage investments. They secured $22.7M on Feb 25th. Motion has a passionate and eclectic team of industry-leading professionals who are focused on delivering the best outcome for their clients.
Avid Ventures – Feb 22
Avid has an investment strategy that is purpose-built to collaborate with and create alignment among our founders and co-investors, with flexible check sizes and no strict ownership targets. They secured $68M on Feb 22nd. Avid backs exceptional founders at the Series A and B stages who are building transformative fintech, consumer internet, and software companies spanning North America, Europe, and Israel.
Ironspring Ventures – Feb 16
Ironspring is trying to catalyze the adoption of digital industrial solutions that will drive sustainability across the industrial value chain. They secured $61M on Feb 16th. Their sectors of focus extend across the industrial ecosystem, including construction, manufacturing, supply chain, heavy transportation, and energy & resources.
Revent – Feb 16
Revent gathers a community of purpose-led founders, investors and scientists to drive systemic change in climate, healthcare, education and finance. They raised $50M on Feb 16th. They are located in Berlin and looking for founders tackling the problems that truly matter.
Uncovered Fund – Feb 16
Uncovered is a venture capital firm that leads the creation of industries in Africa and other emerging countries. They raised $15M on Feb 16th. They look to invest $50-500k in seed/early-stage African startups and support their growth.
Construct Capital – Feb 11
Construct is looking to invest in the real economy—spanning manufacturing to mobility—that’s been under-innovated for decades. They secured $140M on Feb 11th. They partner with early-stage companies transforming these challenging foundational sectors.
LightShed Ventures – Feb 11
LightShed is uniquely combining its thought-leading TMT research and media platform with an early-stage venture capital fund. They secured $75M on Feb 11th. They invest Seed through Series B in the media, technology, consumer and telecom industries.
Scribble Ventures – Feb 5
Scribble Ventures is an early-stage venture firm that focuses on Pre-Seed through Series A. They secured $42M on Feb 5th. Through their network of operators, executives, and investors, they help accelerate growth, recruiting, and future fundraising for our companies.
Lobby Capital – Feb 4
Lobby Capital is all about the people who found and nurture and grow the amazing companies they have the fortune to back. They secured $250M on Feb 4th. They are in the venture capital business because they care deeply about people and relationships and will never grow tired of meeting remarkable problem solvers and helping them change the world.
North Island Ventures – Feb 4
North Island Ventures is a crypto-focused venture capital fund. They raised $72M on Feb 4th. Their thesis reads, “We must all obey the great law of change. It is the most powerful law of nature.”
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