Cur8 Capital provides access to pre-vetted
Startups via individual deals or funds
Trustpilot Excellent: 4.9 out of 5
Your capital is at risk.
We focus on what matters in venture
People invest in venture because of the potentially spectacular returns and the enormous impact your money can have on the world. A $5k investment in Uber at seed round was worth $24.8m at IPO.
To unlock the best returns in venture, you need to get access to the best deals in venture. We consistently do this through our network.
We also make sure that over 60% of our deals are into companies led by black, ethnic minority, female or Muslim founders.
We consistently invest before or alongside the best global funds
Our track record speaks for itself
The benefits of our offering
Typically startups can be very illiquid, but we offer a £150k liquidity pool for some of our startup funds if you need to access your funds early.
Our Venture Funds Portfolio
As well as investing in individual deals, we invest into other venture funds globally who bring us access to their own unique deal flow.
Our flagship fund is run in-house by our venture team.
It invests primarily in EIS-eligible startups - unlocking significant benefits for UK taxpayers, however international investors can also invest.
The Fund opens for new investors every quarter.
We are co-investing alongside leading sovereign wealth funds and institutions into the MENA-focused Oryx Fund.
The fund managers are highly experienced in the Middle East with deep networks in the region and globally.
The Sarmayacar Pakistan Venture Fund is a private fund investing in technology startups in Pakistan. Sarmayacar is the oldest and most established VC fund in Pakistan, with a credible team we've followed for years, and who have secured the backing of institutional investors such as the International Finance Corporation.
For context, this is Sarmayacar's second Pakistani venture capital fund. The first fund was also backed by the International Finance Corporation.
We are not...
A crowdfunding platform or broker.
When a platform makes its fees by charging startups to raise money for them that misaligns interests with investors. Misalignment leads to sub-optimal returns.
It also means you don't get access to the most competitive deals (as the best startups are not short of suitors).
Ultimate Startup Course
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