Romulus Capital closes $75 million fund to back early-stage tech startups

Lora Kolodny posted: "Romulus Capital has raised its third—and largest—fund to back early-stage startups, many sourced in labs at MIT, the alma mater of the firm’s two young General Partners, Neil Chheda and Krishna K. Gupta.

The duo closed their newest fund, Romulus Capital "

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Romulus Capital closes $75 million fund to back early-stage tech startups

by Lora Kolodny

Romulus Capital has raised its third—and largest—fund to back early-stage startups, many sourced in labs at MIT, the alma mater of the firm’s two young General Partners, Neil Chheda and Krishna K. Gupta. The duo closed their newest fund, Romulus Capital III LP, at $75 million. They intend to lead seed or series A deals […]

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Lora Kolodny | June 1, 2016 at 3:30 am | Tags: Romulus Capital, Neil Chheda, Krishna K. Gupta, MIT, Sandy Pentland, boston, venture capital, seed funds, early-stage startups, EquipmentShare, ginger.io, classpass, e-la-carte, placester | Categories: Diversity, Finance, Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Venture Capital | URL: http://wp.me/p1FaB8-5A22

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