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UVC Partners

Bayern, Germany, Munich

NATO Innovation Fund



Switzerland, Zürich, Zurich

Earlybird Venture Capital

Berlin, Berlin, Germany

Besant Capital


Bayern Kapital GmbH

Bayern, Germany, Landshut

Airbus Ventures

California, Menlo Park, United States

Central, Central Region, Singapore

Node Capital

Beijing, Beijing, China


Beijing, Beijing, China
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Fund NameLocation

Recharge Capital

New York, New York, United States


New York, New York, United States

GO Ventures


Kingsway Capital

England, London, United Kingdom

Radical Investments LP

Dallas, Texas, United States

Rebel Fund

California, San Francisco, United States


Bangalore, India, Karnataka

Purple Arch Ventures

Chicago, Illinois, United States

Sidekick Fund

New York, New York, United States

Shadow Ventures

Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Makers Fund


Maple VC

California, San Francisco, United States

Khosla Ventures

California, Menlo Park, United States

K3 Ventures

Central Region, Singapore, Singapore

Picus Capital

Bayern, Germany, Munich

General Catalyst

Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States

Cargill Ventures

Minnesota, Minnetonka, United States


New York, New York, United States


Amsterdam, Netherlands, North Holland

growX ventures

Delhi, India, New Delhi

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Venture capital FAQ

What is venture capital?

Venture capital is a type of investment by VC firms that goes to early-stagel startups with high potential. Venture capital firms typically invest in companies that have the opportunity to disrupt an industry or create massive value in exchange for an ownership stake in the company.

What are venture capital firms?

Venture capital firms play a signiticant role in the modern economy by providing funding and support to startups that have the potential to disrupt or create new industries. They help to create innovation, job creation, and economic growth.

Venture Capitalist vs Angel Investor

Venture capital firms typically invest in later-stage startups that have a proven product or service and are looking to scale. They usually invest larger sums of money. Angel investors often invest in earlier-stage startups and may be more willing to take on higher levels of risk. However they typically invest smaller amounts and may be looking for quicker returns.

Venture Capital vs Private Equity

Venture capital firms typically invest in early-stage startups and take an ownership stake in exchange for a seat on the company's board of directors. Private equity firms, on the other hand, typically invest in more established companies and have a more active role in managing them. Both aim to exit their investments, but venture capital firms typically do so through an IPO or merger, while private equity firms do so through the sale of the company or an IPO.
47% of total money raised in 2019 were raised in cross-border investments.

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