Stage of Capital: Early Stage

August 9, 2022

Level Up Ventures

Level Up Ventures is a mission-driven investment vehicle created to close the wealth gap through investment in high-growth startups led by Black and Latino founders.

Impact Engine

We invest in business models that align financial and social or environmental impact returns such that there is minimal or no tradeoff between the two.

Scale Venture Partners

Scale is an early-stage venture capital firm focused on intelligent business software with a Scaling Platform that has helped companies like Box, Bill.com, Hubspot, Docusign, JFrog, and WalkMe move from founder-led growth to a repeatable go-to-market machine.

SV Latam Capital

SV Latam Capital believes that everyone has a fundamental right to turn an idea into an economic reality, regardless of who you are or where you are from, with zero barriers in the way.

Aspen Capital Fund

Aspen Capital Fund provides capital raise resources to help connect Hispanic startups and existing Hispanic businesses with investors.

Alpha Impact 8

We are a venture capital firm fighting minority wealth inequality by investing in and supporting the best diverse founders, startups and ideas.

VilCap Investments

VilCap Investments invests in early-stage companies with social and environmental impact. We’re reinventing the system to back the entrepreneurs of the future—a future where business creates equity and long-term prosperity.​

The Fund XX

The Fund XX is an early stage VC fund investing in women-led businesses across the U.S., powered by a community of founders and operators.

Invest Her Ventures

InvestHer Ventures is the first venture capital fund in Chicago that promotes, supports, and invests in early-stage tech companies built by female founders

Inspired Capital Fund

We back founders with transformative ideas, brilliant teams, and relentless determination. By leveraging our experience across consumer and enterprise technology, we strive to help businesses at the Seed and Series A stages become category-defining companies.

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