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Lighter Capital

Lighter Capital

A venture capital and financial technology company investing in early-stage technology companies.

Lighter Capital is a venture capital and financial technology company investing in early-stage technology companies that is headquartered in Seattle, Washington and was founded in 2010 by Andy Sack and Erik Benson. The firm typically invests between $50,000 to $3 million in funding for growth stage technology companies.

Investments

Lighter Capital has made 316 investments, 119 lead investments, and 30 exits. Notable investments made by the firm include: Cloud Lending, SteelBrick, Jive Communications, Sellbrite, Appbuddy, Actively Learn, Geopointe, TruClinic, 6connex, MapAnything, Crafter Software, TechnoMile, Aisle Planner, Springboard Retail, ListReports, Revival Rugs, Decisions on Demand, and SysCloud. 



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January 23, 2020

Lighter Capital announces that it has secured access to $100 million to lend to growing startups.

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Alex Wilhelm
January 23, 2020
TechCrunch
Lighter Capital announced today that it has secured access to $100 million to lend to growing startups. The firm is best-known for its work with revenue-based financing, in which expanding companies repay borrowed funds out of future receipts. Lighter has also expanded into other, equity-free capital options for startups in the last year. Lighter is [...]

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