Spock Ventures is a focused venture capital fund dedicated to investing in technology solutions for an aging population. The pandemic has made it clear that how we age is not how we want to age. Digital solutions in service to older adults will have a profound impact on how we live, how we work and engage, and how we stay healthy. At Spock Ventures, we believe that startups will play a pivotal role in defining this future. Colorado-based Spock Ventures is focused on commercialization stage companies that can deliver top-quartile venture returns.
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Spock Ventures is an offshoot of the Rockies Venture Network, which includes the Denver-based Rockies Venture Club (RVC) and the Rockies Venture Fund (RVF). RVC is the longest-running and one of the most active early-stage angel investing groups in the U.S. In addition to having partners in both organizations, the fund's founders have a long history in AgeTech and extensive relationships with thought leaders and investors in the sector. Through this network, Spock Ventures has access to significant deal-flow, broad expertise and experience, and co-investment opportunities.
The Fund invests primarily in commercialization stage companies. In addition, a part of the venture fund is carved out for select seed investments.
Initial investments typically range from $250K to $1.5M. The Fund prefers to lead initial investments and has reserved 50-60% for follow on investments. Learn more about our investment thesis.
The Fund plans to invest in 20 to 30 technology companies with solutions that serve the longevity cohort.
We are resolutely committed to the values of equity, diversity, and inclusivity, which for us includes race, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic background, religion, and physical ability. We are committed to building a diverse team. We are committed to engaging with and investing in diverse constituencies and have a track record for doing so. Not only do we believe we have a moral obligation to do our part to address injustices, but we believe that diversity is good for business. And we believe that actions speak louder than words.
Diversity is good for business...Actions speak louder than words.