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Metavallon VC is providing European startups “with a Greece connection” with pre-seed funding from €200K+

During these uncertain times, Metavallon VC is pushing through to find ambitious tech founders that can apply for pre-seed funding from the safety and comfort of their own homes, by Sunday 29th March.

Metavallon VC is a venture capital firm that specializes in early-stage funding of disruptive B2B technology companies, with a functional market-tested prototype, committed founders and strong ties with Greece. Its growing sector-agnostic portfolio of startups is focused in one or more patented or proprietary technologies in the fields of cloud, SaaS, analytics, robotics, hardware, IoT, cybersecurity, AI, ML, biotec, medical imaging and microelectronics, while the fields of blockchain and AR/VR are also on its radar.

The venture capital firm fuels ambitious entrepreneurs in single-investor or syndicated rounds with typically 200K to 400K+ and works alongside their local or international founders to accelerate their growth. As select and proud members of the Draper Venture Network (DVN), and along with their portfolio, they are uniquely connected to leading investors across multiple stages and geographies and have first-class access to DVN’s powerful rolodex of corporate acquirers, preferred vendors and collaboration partners.

Metavallon VC is looking for first-time entrepreneurs that have a functional prototype initially tested in the market of a technology company. They should also have some connection to Greece; startups don’t have to live there, but at least see the country as part of their target market, or with one founder having studied or lived there.

How do you apply? Just make sure that you match their Pre-Seed investment requirements, the Greece-connection focus of their investments, stay inside and submit your company by Sunday 29th March.

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Charlotte Tucker
Charlotte Tucker
Charlotte is the previous Editor at EU-Startups.com. She spends her time scouting the next big story, managing our contributor team, and getting excited about social impact ventures. She has previously worked as a Communications Consultant for number of European Commission funded startup projects.

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