By ET Bureau - November 24, 2022 1 Mins Read
Early-stage investor Early Light Ventures has secured at least USD 10.6 million for its upcoming fund, with the stated goal of “backing the underdogs that traditional VC has overlooked.”
Early Light has reportedly set a target of USD 15 million for its second core fund, which would put it at roughly the same size as the company’s first, USD 16.5 million fund. Early Light, a Baltimore-based company, has four exits under its belt and has been around for about four years, according to Crunchbase.
It primarily supports startups like concert ticketing service Seated, influencer marketing firm ProductWind, and telemedicine startup Citus Health that sell software to other companies.
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