Amplifica Capital closes its first fund: US$11M targeting ‘female first’ startups

Almost two years after its birth, Amplifica Capital, the first VC in Mexico to invest in startups led by women or focused on female products, announced the closing of its first fund for US$11 million.

With this capital, they plan to add between 10 and 15 companies to the 10 that are already part of their portfolio. In each startup, they will be investing a ticket ranging from US$100,000 to US$500,000. Amplifica Capital currently has around 100 investors, more than 60% of them women.

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