Micro VCs invest in startups at the early stages. They usually provide “seed money” in relatively small amounts, typically in the range from $25.000 to $500.000. While they do not operate on the same level as major funds, their investments are also much more flexible and adaptive.
AngelPad is a seed-stage accelerator program that finds product market fit, defining a target market to get first validation for a company.AngelPad is a startup Accelerator & MicroVC Fund, founded by Thomas Korte & Carine Magescas in 2010. AngelPad is consistently ranked #1 U.S. Accelerator by MIT/Rice University's Accelerator Rankings Project. See more
Kima Ventures is one of the world's most active early-stage investors, investing in 2 to 3 startups per week all over the world; providing founders with funding, network, and support for them to reach the next steps of their journey.The firm invests from seed to Series A, mostly as lead investor but also working alongside other investors; backing... See more
FJ Labs is a stage-agnostic investment firm that focuses on marketplaces and consumer facing startups. Their investments are seed and series A. The investment range of the company is $50,000 to $5,000,000. It invests in Alibaba Group, beepi, BrightRoll, Betterment, ADORE ME, and earnest.FJ Labs is a U.S.-based company that was founded in 2015 by Fabrice... See more
SV Angel is a San Francisco-based seed fund founded by Ron Conway. SV Angel provides seed investment and advice to early stage companies focused on Internet software.SV Angel takes a portfolio approach to seed investing. We differ from a traditional venture capital firm by not taking board seats and investing a larger number of companies. We leverage a... See more