Homebrew- Seed-Stage Firm Plans to Continue Investing in Six to Eight Startups a Year

Wall Street Journal writer Tomio Geron reported earlier this week that, “Seed-stage venture firm Homebrew has raised $90 million for its third fund.

“Partners Satya Patel and Hunter Walk said the San Francisco firm plans to continue investing in six to eight startups a year. It raised $50 million for its last fund, in 2015.

The firm invests at various points in time during the seed stage, from the first check to the last check before Series A and its investors work closely with the startups at this phase.”

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