Over the past few years, a new funding source for seed stage startups has developed and quickly become an integral part of the startup ecosystem. This newer brand of investor is typically labeled a seed venture or micro-venture capital fund (a Micro-VC).
Micro-VCs are smaller venture firms that primarily invest in seed stage emerging growth companies, often have a fund size of <$50M and typically invest between $25K to $500K in a given company. While many Micro-VCs are managed by former venture capitalists, former entrepreneurs and/or super angels, many larger
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