Chrysalix is a venture capital firm investing in technologies in the energy sector. The firm provides early-stage financing, hands-on assistance, and strategic connections. The firm is backed by a group of international industrial and financial Limited Partners and is headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Chrysalix invests in and supports compelling technologies and entrepreneurial management teams that address the changing demands of the global industry. The firm was founded in 2001 in Vancouver, British Columbia by Wal Van Lierop and Michael J. Brown.
Chrysalix actively works with their clients and supports them with industry and technical knowledge, management and board assistance, organized networking with industrial and financial partners, management of intellectual property, and direct access to capital.
Chrysalix Venture Capital has made 70 investments. One of their investments was on Aug 8, 2018, when they invested CA$23.5M in MineSense Technologies. The firm has raised a total of $315.8M across four funds, one of them being Chrysalix RoboValley Fund. This fund was announced on Oct 9, 2018, and raised a total of CA$129M.
Chrysalix RoboValley Fund
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