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Female Founders Fund

Female Founders Fund

A venture capital firm investing in startups founded by women. It was founded in 2013 and is located in New York City.

Female Founders Fund is a venture capital firm founded in 2013 by Anu Duggal. The firm is also known as F3 or FCubed. Its headquarters is located in New York City, New York. As of February 2019, the firm is managing a portfolio containing 30 companies and has sold its shares in seven companies. Its most recent investment was on January 2019 for Billie, a brand selling female-oriented shaving supplies and premium body care products.


Female Founders Fund has an interest in investing in startups in four industries: online marketplaces, e-commerce, web-enabled services, and web platforms. The firm has managed to raise a total of $59 million through three funding series, with its latest held in May 2018. This funding round amassed $27 million, the same amount the firm has collected during its second funding round which was conducted in June 2016.


July 13, 2021
Female Founders Fund announces the closing of its Fund III after raising $57 million to create what the seven-year-old New York-based early-stage fund considers "the largest fund for seed capital specifically for female founders.

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'Thank God You Exist.' These Female VCs Have $27 Million to Invest in Women's Ideas

Lucy Feldman


August 31, 2018

The Women Of NYC's Female Founders Fund On The Face Of Entrepreneurship & Supporting Women | TIME

September 6, 2018


Christine Hall
July 13, 2021
Female Founders Fund announced Tuesday the closing of its Fund III after raising $57 million to create what it considers "the largest fund for seed capital specifically for female founders."
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