K Fund is a new €50M VC fund investing in early-stage Spanish startups

Steve O’Hear posted: "Joining the likes of Kibo Ventures, Seaya Ventures, Nauta Capital, and JME Ventures, Spain has a new VC on the block. K Fund is a €50 million fund that will invest in Spanish startups with an international outlook, making lead investments at both the seed"

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K Fund is a new €50M VC fund investing in early-stage Spanish startups

by Steve O’Hear

Joining the likes of Kibo Ventures, Seaya Ventures, Nauta Capital, and JME Ventures, Spain has a new VC on the block. K Fund is a €50 million fund that will invest in Spanish startups with an international outlook, making lead investments at both the seed and Series A stages, writing checks of between €100,000 to €2 million. I’m also told it will do follow-on rounds with a maximum of €7.5 million invested per company it backs.

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Steve O’Hear | October 16, 2016 at 11:00 pm | Tags: K Fund | Categories: Europe, Fundings & Exits, TC | URL: http://wp.me/p1FaB8-5SH8

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