Not Boring Capital Fund II Pitch Deck

Not Boring Capital launched in 2021, investing mainly in Seed through Series B companies, with occasional pre-seed and growth-stage investments.
Not Boring operates an AngelList-based Syndicate, a twice weekly newsletter, and a podcast. They invested over $4 million in over twenty companies through the Not Boring Syndicate before launching an "$8 million venture fund that invests in companies with stories to tell, and helps tell them" in 2021.

2022 • Fund 1  

About the Not Boring Capital Fund II Pitch Deck

  • Raised: $25M
  • Year: 2022
  • Stage: Fund 1
  • GPs: Packy McCormick

About Not Boring Capital Fund II

Not Boring Capital Fund is a venture capital fund founded & managed by Packy McCormick.

  • Industry: Venture Capital
  • Tags: Tech, Software, Hardware, Consumer
  • Business Model: VC
  • Website: notboring.co
  • Legal Name: Not Boring Capital Fund II

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