Corigin Ventures, a NYC-based founder-focused early-stage venture capital firm, closed its second fund, at $36.05m.
The firm will use the fund to continue making lead investments in seed-stage high-growth startups that are layering innovative technology over daily life experiences, helping to enhance how people live and businesses operate.
The fund, which received capital from a mix of institutional investors, family offices and entrepreneurs, is currently making $500,000 to $1,000,000 investments in promising young companies.
In conjunction with the fund close, Aubrie Pagano, an experienced founder and early-stage investor, has joined as Partner. In this role and as a member of the firm’s Investment Committee, Corigin Ventures will be involved in advancing Corigin’s proven investment strategy including sourcing new opportunities and working closely with founders to unlock their businesses’ potential. In conjunction with Pagano’s hire, the firm also announced the promotions of Daniel Fetner to Principal and Eric Schoenbach to Associate.
Led by General Partners Ryan Freedman and David Goldberg, Corigin Ventures is a founder-focused early-stage venture capital firm investing in high-growth companies that layer technology over daily life experiences, enhancing how people live and businesses operate. Investments include Compass, Transfix, Latch, Wheels Up, Imperfect Foods and Bowery Valuation.