By Funding Local Fund Managers, This VC Firm Hopes to Access Innovative Startups

The typical venture capital model involves one party — the venture capitalist — getting money from financial institutions, family offices, pension funds, and individuals, which they then invest in startups.

Capria Ventures is a VC firm but puts a spin on the industry’s usual business model. Rather than financing startups directly, the firm invests between $500,000 and $3 million in other funds while providing support to the firms and the companies they invest in.

Recently, over a call, I sat down with Jack Knellinger, the Co-Founder and Partner at Capria Ventures and Loraine Achar, an Associate with the firm, to discuss its unique approach to investing.

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