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private:startacapital 5870508 Jun 3rd, 2019 12:00AM Starta Ventures 497 34.00 Open Venture Capital & Private Equity Jun 3rd, 2019 11:56AM Jun 3rd, 2019 11:56AM Starta Ventures is a seed stage fund located in New York. We invest in tech startups with European R&D roots. Our main mission is to introduce European startups to best practices, trusted advisers and mentors, and overcome cultural differences through a customized educational program at Starta Accelerator. We help startups gain traction in U.S. and become part of the local startup and investing ecosystem. Diversity is one of our strong points: 80+ portfolio companies with founders coming from Estonia, Poland, Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Slovakia, Moldova, and Russia. Open Open 220 East 23 street, 500 New York NY US 10010 Financial Services
private:startacapital 5870508 Mar 26th, 2018 12:00AM Starta Ventures 243 25.00 Open Venture Capital & Private Equity Mar 26th, 2018 05:44PM Mar 26th, 2018 05:44PM Open Financial Services
private:startacapital 5870508 Feb 17th, 2018 12:00AM Starta Ventures 170 17.00 Open Venture Capital & Private Equity Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM In 2011, Russian entrepreneur Alexey Girin was inspired to set the gears in motion for Starta Capital, which he launched with Liudmila Golubkova and Sergey Vasilyev in 2013 as Russia’s first seed-stage venture capital fund. Two years later, Starta had gone global, and by 2017, the fund had launched not one, but three unique ventures in the United States, all coming under the banner of the Starta Ventures brand. The fund’s first cross-border project was Starta Accelerator, a three-month program for Eastern European founders, which brings them to New York with $130,000 of cash and in-kind services to make an impact, grow their global user base, and attract follow-on investment. Since its launch in 2015, accelerator co-founder Ekaterina Dorozhkina has put forth a variety of new tools to break through traditional venture capital barriers and empower the next generation of tech entrepreneurs. One particular barrier was simply the need for a dedicated office space for international entrepreneurs in New York. Too many founders arrive in America’s East Coast tech Mecca, only to find it disorienting and return to their home countries. Instead, Dorozhkina envisioned Sputnik Space, which launched in the fall of 2017 as a co-working space for international entrepreneurs. On the investment side of the equation, Starta continued to break down VC barriers when it raised $5 million for the fund in an Initial Coin Offering (ICO). It went on to organize ICOs for several of its accelerator graduates throughout 2017 and achieved outsized returns for each. These results catalyzed the formation of Token Rockets, a two-step ‘blockchainization’ process for startups, which culminates in an ICO. With all of these initiatives under the umbrella of the Starta Ventures family, there is simply no better time to be a tech entrepreneur. Please stay tuned for more information, or reach out if you would like to join us on the rocket ship! Financial Services
private:startacapital 5870508 Feb 16th, 2018 12:00AM Starta Ventures 170 17.00 Open Venture Capital & Private Equity Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM In 2011, Russian entrepreneur Alexey Girin was inspired to set the gears in motion for Starta Capital, which he launched with Liudmila Golubkova and Sergey Vasilyev in 2013 as Russia’s first seed-stage venture capital fund. Two years later, Starta had gone global, and by 2017, the fund had launched not one, but three unique ventures in the United States, all coming under the banner of the Starta Ventures brand. The fund’s first cross-border project was Starta Accelerator, a three-month program for Eastern European founders, which brings them to New York with $130,000 of cash and in-kind services to make an impact, grow their global user base, and attract follow-on investment. Since its launch in 2015, accelerator co-founder Ekaterina Dorozhkina has put forth a variety of new tools to break through traditional venture capital barriers and empower the next generation of tech entrepreneurs. One particular barrier was simply the need for a dedicated office space for international entrepreneurs in New York. Too many founders arrive in America’s East Coast tech Mecca, only to find it disorienting and return to their home countries. Instead, Dorozhkina envisioned Sputnik Space, which launched in the fall of 2017 as a co-working space for international entrepreneurs. On the investment side of the equation, Starta continued to break down VC barriers when it raised $5 million for the fund in an Initial Coin Offering (ICO). It went on to organize ICOs for several of its accelerator graduates throughout 2017 and achieved outsized returns for each. These results catalyzed the formation of Token Rockets, a two-step ‘blockchainization’ process for startups, which culminates in an ICO. With all of these initiatives under the umbrella of the Starta Ventures family, there is simply no better time to be a tech entrepreneur. Please stay tuned for more information, or reach out if you would like to join us on the rocket ship! Financial Services
private:startacapital 5870508 Feb 15th, 2018 12:00AM Starta Ventures 170 17.00 Open Venture Capital & Private Equity Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM In 2011, Russian entrepreneur Alexey Girin was inspired to set the gears in motion for Starta Capital, which he launched with Liudmila Golubkova and Sergey Vasilyev in 2013 as Russia’s first seed-stage venture capital fund. Two years later, Starta had gone global, and by 2017, the fund had launched not one, but three unique ventures in the United States, all coming under the banner of the Starta Ventures brand. The fund’s first cross-border project was Starta Accelerator, a three-month program for Eastern European founders, which brings them to New York with $130,000 of cash and in-kind services to make an impact, grow their global user base, and attract follow-on investment. Since its launch in 2015, accelerator co-founder Ekaterina Dorozhkina has put forth a variety of new tools to break through traditional venture capital barriers and empower the next generation of tech entrepreneurs. One particular barrier was simply the need for a dedicated office space for international entrepreneurs in New York. Too many founders arrive in America’s East Coast tech Mecca, only to find it disorienting and return to their home countries. Instead, Dorozhkina envisioned Sputnik Space, which launched in the fall of 2017 as a co-working space for international entrepreneurs. On the investment side of the equation, Starta continued to break down VC barriers when it raised $5 million for the fund in an Initial Coin Offering (ICO). It went on to organize ICOs for several of its accelerator graduates throughout 2017 and achieved outsized returns for each. These results catalyzed the formation of Token Rockets, a two-step ‘blockchainization’ process for startups, which culminates in an ICO. With all of these initiatives under the umbrella of the Starta Ventures family, there is simply no better time to be a tech entrepreneur. Please stay tuned for more information, or reach out if you would like to join us on the rocket ship! Financial Services
private:startacapital 5870508 Feb 14th, 2018 12:00AM Starta Ventures 170 17.00 Open Venture Capital & Private Equity Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM In 2011, Russian entrepreneur Alexey Girin was inspired to set the gears in motion for Starta Capital, which he launched with Liudmila Golubkova and Sergey Vasilyev in 2013 as Russia’s first seed-stage venture capital fund. Two years later, Starta had gone global, and by 2017, the fund had launched not one, but three unique ventures in the United States, all coming under the banner of the Starta Ventures brand. The fund’s first cross-border project was Starta Accelerator, a three-month program for Eastern European founders, which brings them to New York with $130,000 of cash and in-kind services to make an impact, grow their global user base, and attract follow-on investment. Since its launch in 2015, accelerator co-founder Ekaterina Dorozhkina has put forth a variety of new tools to break through traditional venture capital barriers and empower the next generation of tech entrepreneurs. One particular barrier was simply the need for a dedicated office space for international entrepreneurs in New York. Too many founders arrive in America’s East Coast tech Mecca, only to find it disorienting and return to their home countries. Instead, Dorozhkina envisioned Sputnik Space, which launched in the fall of 2017 as a co-working space for international entrepreneurs. On the investment side of the equation, Starta continued to break down VC barriers when it raised $5 million for the fund in an Initial Coin Offering (ICO). It went on to organize ICOs for several of its accelerator graduates throughout 2017 and achieved outsized returns for each. These results catalyzed the formation of Token Rockets, a two-step ‘blockchainization’ process for startups, which culminates in an ICO. With all of these initiatives under the umbrella of the Starta Ventures family, there is simply no better time to be a tech entrepreneur. Please stay tuned for more information, or reach out if you would like to join us on the rocket ship! Financial Services
private:startacapital 5870508 Feb 13th, 2018 12:00AM Starta Ventures 170 17.00 Open Venture Capital & Private Equity Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM In 2011, Russian entrepreneur Alexey Girin was inspired to set the gears in motion for Starta Capital, which he launched with Liudmila Golubkova and Sergey Vasilyev in 2013 as Russia’s first seed-stage venture capital fund. Two years later, Starta had gone global, and by 2017, the fund had launched not one, but three unique ventures in the United States, all coming under the banner of the Starta Ventures brand. The fund’s first cross-border project was Starta Accelerator, a three-month program for Eastern European founders, which brings them to New York with $130,000 of cash and in-kind services to make an impact, grow their global user base, and attract follow-on investment. Since its launch in 2015, accelerator co-founder Ekaterina Dorozhkina has put forth a variety of new tools to break through traditional venture capital barriers and empower the next generation of tech entrepreneurs. One particular barrier was simply the need for a dedicated office space for international entrepreneurs in New York. Too many founders arrive in America’s East Coast tech Mecca, only to find it disorienting and return to their home countries. Instead, Dorozhkina envisioned Sputnik Space, which launched in the fall of 2017 as a co-working space for international entrepreneurs. On the investment side of the equation, Starta continued to break down VC barriers when it raised $5 million for the fund in an Initial Coin Offering (ICO). It went on to organize ICOs for several of its accelerator graduates throughout 2017 and achieved outsized returns for each. These results catalyzed the formation of Token Rockets, a two-step ‘blockchainization’ process for startups, which culminates in an ICO. With all of these initiatives under the umbrella of the Starta Ventures family, there is simply no better time to be a tech entrepreneur. Please stay tuned for more information, or reach out if you would like to join us on the rocket ship! Financial Services
private:startacapital 5870508 Feb 12th, 2018 12:00AM Starta Ventures 170 17.00 Open Venture Capital & Private Equity Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM In 2011, Russian entrepreneur Alexey Girin was inspired to set the gears in motion for Starta Capital, which he launched with Liudmila Golubkova and Sergey Vasilyev in 2013 as Russia’s first seed-stage venture capital fund. Two years later, Starta had gone global, and by 2017, the fund had launched not one, but three unique ventures in the United States, all coming under the banner of the Starta Ventures brand. The fund’s first cross-border project was Starta Accelerator, a three-month program for Eastern European founders, which brings them to New York with $130,000 of cash and in-kind services to make an impact, grow their global user base, and attract follow-on investment. Since its launch in 2015, accelerator co-founder Ekaterina Dorozhkina has put forth a variety of new tools to break through traditional venture capital barriers and empower the next generation of tech entrepreneurs. One particular barrier was simply the need for a dedicated office space for international entrepreneurs in New York. Too many founders arrive in America’s East Coast tech Mecca, only to find it disorienting and return to their home countries. Instead, Dorozhkina envisioned Sputnik Space, which launched in the fall of 2017 as a co-working space for international entrepreneurs. On the investment side of the equation, Starta continued to break down VC barriers when it raised $5 million for the fund in an Initial Coin Offering (ICO). It went on to organize ICOs for several of its accelerator graduates throughout 2017 and achieved outsized returns for each. These results catalyzed the formation of Token Rockets, a two-step ‘blockchainization’ process for startups, which culminates in an ICO. With all of these initiatives under the umbrella of the Starta Ventures family, there is simply no better time to be a tech entrepreneur. Please stay tuned for more information, or reach out if you would like to join us on the rocket ship! Financial Services
private:startacapital 5870508 Feb 11th, 2018 12:00AM Starta Ventures 170 17.00 Open Venture Capital & Private Equity Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM In 2011, Russian entrepreneur Alexey Girin was inspired to set the gears in motion for Starta Capital, which he launched with Liudmila Golubkova and Sergey Vasilyev in 2013 as Russia’s first seed-stage venture capital fund. Two years later, Starta had gone global, and by 2017, the fund had launched not one, but three unique ventures in the United States, all coming under the banner of the Starta Ventures brand. The fund’s first cross-border project was Starta Accelerator, a three-month program for Eastern European founders, which brings them to New York with $130,000 of cash and in-kind services to make an impact, grow their global user base, and attract follow-on investment. Since its launch in 2015, accelerator co-founder Ekaterina Dorozhkina has put forth a variety of new tools to break through traditional venture capital barriers and empower the next generation of tech entrepreneurs. One particular barrier was simply the need for a dedicated office space for international entrepreneurs in New York. Too many founders arrive in America’s East Coast tech Mecca, only to find it disorienting and return to their home countries. Instead, Dorozhkina envisioned Sputnik Space, which launched in the fall of 2017 as a co-working space for international entrepreneurs. On the investment side of the equation, Starta continued to break down VC barriers when it raised $5 million for the fund in an Initial Coin Offering (ICO). It went on to organize ICOs for several of its accelerator graduates throughout 2017 and achieved outsized returns for each. These results catalyzed the formation of Token Rockets, a two-step ‘blockchainization’ process for startups, which culminates in an ICO. With all of these initiatives under the umbrella of the Starta Ventures family, there is simply no better time to be a tech entrepreneur. Please stay tuned for more information, or reach out if you would like to join us on the rocket ship! Financial Services
private:startacapital 5870508 Feb 10th, 2018 12:00AM Starta Ventures 170 17.00 Open Venture Capital & Private Equity Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM In 2011, Russian entrepreneur Alexey Girin was inspired to set the gears in motion for Starta Capital, which he launched with Liudmila Golubkova and Sergey Vasilyev in 2013 as Russia’s first seed-stage venture capital fund. Two years later, Starta had gone global, and by 2017, the fund had launched not one, but three unique ventures in the United States, all coming under the banner of the Starta Ventures brand. The fund’s first cross-border project was Starta Accelerator, a three-month program for Eastern European founders, which brings them to New York with $130,000 of cash and in-kind services to make an impact, grow their global user base, and attract follow-on investment. Since its launch in 2015, accelerator co-founder Ekaterina Dorozhkina has put forth a variety of new tools to break through traditional venture capital barriers and empower the next generation of tech entrepreneurs. One particular barrier was simply the need for a dedicated office space for international entrepreneurs in New York. Too many founders arrive in America’s East Coast tech Mecca, only to find it disorienting and return to their home countries. Instead, Dorozhkina envisioned Sputnik Space, which launched in the fall of 2017 as a co-working space for international entrepreneurs. On the investment side of the equation, Starta continued to break down VC barriers when it raised $5 million for the fund in an Initial Coin Offering (ICO). It went on to organize ICOs for several of its accelerator graduates throughout 2017 and achieved outsized returns for each. These results catalyzed the formation of Token Rockets, a two-step ‘blockchainization’ process for startups, which culminates in an ICO. With all of these initiatives under the umbrella of the Starta Ventures family, there is simply no better time to be a tech entrepreneur. Please stay tuned for more information, or reach out if you would like to join us on the rocket ship! Financial Services

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