Guatemalan VC firm Invariantes launches $30M fund


Invariantes recently announced a $30M fund design to invest in startups in the US and Latin America.

Invariantes has a hybrid strategy, allocating fifty percent of the fund to invest in emerging VC funds and the other half to invest directly in startups. 

“Our investment strategy gives us indirect exposure to hundreds of startups, reducing our portfolio risks,” said Invariantes’ Co-founder and Managing Partner, Fernando Pontaza.

Invariantes invests in early-stage startups within fintech, AI, deep tech, HR tech, Proptech, Logistics, and marketplaces, among others.

Since its founding in 2015, the firm has invested in funds like Nazca Ventures500 Global LatAmH20 CapitalNXTP Ventures, and startups like GlovoHolacasa, and Kubo Financiero

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