Investors

TampaBay.Venture’s initial fund is a $20 million seed fund, which will invest in 20 local companies over the next five years. As a vote of confidence in this endeavor the general partners are committing 40% ($8 million) to the fund, far greater than a typical fund.

The fund is currently open to additional limited partners (accredited investors only). The fund offering is using Rule 506(c).

If you are interested in making a positive impact in Tampa Bay’s startup scene, with a chance for outsized returns, please fill in the form or contact us at [email protected] for further information.

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