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Vocap Philosophy

Our mission is simple: to accelerate the journey from high potential to highly valuable.

Cultivate collaborative and accretive partnerships: we are entrepreneurs investing in entrepreneurs.

Build trust and make sure all parties’ interests are aligned as the business grows.

Add value: we are here to help with our time, operational experience, and investor, banker, and industry networks.

Invest in great people and implement efficient processes, as talent & time are the most finite constraints on a company.

Have fun along the way: building a business should be both challenging and rewarding.

Investment Focus

Vocap partners with today’s disruptive technology companies to provide capital, operating experience, and critical relationships at the “classic” Series A stage. We focus on:


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Proven product-market fit

$1-5 million revenue (SaaS or highly recurring)

Strong & efficient growth (>30% YoY)

Excellent unit economics

Reasonable cash burn


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Enterprise Productivity Software

Healthcare IT


Supply Chain & Industrial Software

Media & Entertainment Software


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$2-6 million initial check

Lead or partner

Reserve capital for follow-on

Target 2-7 year exit time frame


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Headquartered in North America

Core focus on Eastern and Southern metros


Meet the Team

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Vocap Perspectives

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