Capria Ventures announced a US$2m commitment in Angel Ventures Pacific Alliance Fund II, which is focused on early stage companies in Mexico, Colombia, Chile, and Peru.
(LatamList) – Capria Ventures, a global investment firm, invested $2M in Angel Ventures Pacific Alliance Fund to boost innovation in emerging markets. This is the third investment in Latin America from Capria Ventures in under a year.
Capria Ventures is dedicated to supporting innovation both globally and locally in emerging markets. The firm has invested over $400M in early-stage and early growth companies in Latin America.
Angel Ventures focuses on early-stage investments in high growth potential startups in the Pacific Alliance (Mexico, Chile, Colombia, and Peru). The Pacific Alliance Fund was created in 2018 and has invested in major companies in the region such as Kueski, Urbvan, and Homie.
The new partnership with Capria Ventures will help to advance the Latin American ecosystem through increased support and funding. Camilo Kejner, Managing Partner at Angel Ventures, will join Capria’s network of fund managers.
Angel Ventures is dedicated to serving under-deserved markets to help them unleash their potential and create meaningful solutions. The VC firm also seeks to help early-stage startups scale and grow in their respective markets, as well as regionally.