Oakland-based Better Ventures closes $21 million fund to back the next Tesla or Patagonia

Lora Kolodny posted: “Oakland-based venture capital firm Better Ventures recently closed its second fund at $21 million according to cofounder and managing director Wes Selke.

The firm was originally founded as an accelerator called Hub Ventures to help social entrepreneurs r”

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Better Ventures closes $21 million fund to back the next Tesla or Patagonia

by Lora Kolodny

Oakland-based venture capital firm Better Ventures recently closed its second fund at $21 million according to cofounder and managing director Wes Selke. The firm was originally founded as an accelerator called Hub Ventures to help social entrepreneurs running so-called “triple bottom line” startups. These companies measure their success not only by revenue and profitability, but also by […]

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Lora Kolodny | January 5, 2017 at 7:00 am | Tags: social ventures, early stage fund, fund formation, Better Ventures, Wes Selke, seed deals, impact investing, oakland, Rick Moss, Better.VC, Schmidt Family Foundation, Prudential CSR, Treehouse Investments, sustainability, triple bottom line | Categories: GreenTech, Startups, Venture Capital | URL: http://wp.me/p1FaB8-619N

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