A multi-sector Fund created in partnership with Seaya Ventures for startups redefining industry and society across Latin America. Latam is approaching its tipping point, giving startups the opportunity to adapt innovation to local market needs and build inclusive, digital-first industries from the ground up. By fusing local expertise with a global platform under a single fund, we want to be the direct link for local, purpose-driven entrepreneurs to the worldwide resources needed to build and scale resilient businesses leading markets on the regional or global stage.sclatam.com
We invest in transformative technology companies in Latin America including consumer and enterprise startups in fintech and proptech to mobility, healthtech, food, agriculture, cybersecurity and more.
We embed sustainability into the investment cycle to give startups the tools to grow responsibly while maximizing impact.
Focusing on Series A and B, our initial check sizes range from $5 – $10M with reserves for follow-on investments.
Based out Mexico City, we provide Latam startups unique value beyond capital with access to deep, multi-sector insights along with potential corporate partners or customers to fuel business development and activate growth.
Seaya Ventures is a leading European & Latin-American Venture Capital firm based in Spain, investing in value-driven founders who are building global technology companies with a sustainable approach. Since raising its first fund in 2013, Seaya manages $350M across three early-stage funds. Seaya Ventures accelerates startup growth by working with the founders to enhance their strategic vision, putting at their disposal its global platform, its strong network of founders, investors and corporates, as well as Seaya’s experience in scaling leading companies such as Glovo, Cabify, Wallbox, Spotahome, Clarity AI, Clicars and Savana.
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