With the emerging opportunities in clean technology, biosciences, IT, and¬†medical imaging, mountain venture capital firms are investing in seed and early stage, high-potential businesses and ideas. The region, consisting of states such as Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Utah, and Wyoming, has been steadily increasing mountain capital since 2000, which is demonstrated by a spike in employment rates. Typical¬†investment amounts can range from $250,000 to $15 million or more depending on the company’s stage of¬†development.
The role of mountain¬†region¬†venture capital¬†has been evident in today’s economic development and will continue to¬†increase as the¬†economy recovers.¬†Entrepreneurs with emerging ideas or high-growth companies can benefit from mount private equity.
Obtain¬†mountain¬†funding today when you submit your business plan to¬†FindVenture.com.
Telesoft Partners is a Silicon Valley venture capital firm with more than $625 million in committed capital across the nation.¬† With funding amounts ranging from $1 million to $15 million for initial and follow-on investments, Telesoft Partners has backed more than 60 companies since its launch in 1996.
iSherpa Capital, LLC specializes in providing seed and early stage funding to high-potential businesses in the wireless and supporting technologies area.¬† The company is based in Colorado and also provides follow-on investments in later stages.
Genifor Ventures¬†provides private equity to technology-focused¬†businesses across the nation.¬† With investments¬†of up to $2 million for initial rounds and up to¬†$4 million¬†for later rounds, the company offers early, mid, and late stage funding.¬† Over the¬†past 15 years, Genifor Ventures has backed 27¬†companies in the United States.
Vista Ventures is a Colorado-based early stage venture capital firm focusing on businesses in the software, digital media,¬†and network¬†markets within¬†the Rocky Mountain¬†region and Southwestern US. Vista Ventures provides up to $5 million in backing over the life of the partnership.
Appian Ventures, Inc. provides funding ranging from $500,000 to $5 million¬†to seed and early stage companies in the Western US¬†offering network-focused software and technologies.
Centennial Ventures is currently investing a $341 million fund into companies specializing in networking, software, and technology.¬† Providing funding ranging from early stage to late stage, the firm has invested in more than 100 companies since its formation in 1982 including Cencom Cable, Brooks Fiber Properties, and Crown Castle.
Sequel Venture¬†Partners is a¬†Rocky Mountain venture capital firm¬†focusing on healthcare, Internet services, enterprise IT, and clean technology.¬† It currently manages $400 million in capital with almost 50% going to the IT sector. Sequel Venture Partners is based in Colorado and was formed in 1997.
vSpring Capital specializes in life science and IT businesses in the Rocky Mountain region.¬† With¬†more than $400 million in committed capital, it provides early and seed stage venture capital funding with initial amounts ranging from $250,000 to $5 million. vSpring¬†Capital specifically focuses on enterprise/security software, medical¬†devices, diagnostics, and drug delivery technologies.