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The Only Fund Backing CIA, DARPA, NSA, and DoD Spinouts

About the Event

DataTribe is a Cybersecurity and Data Science technology foundry that has co-built more than 20 fast-growing tech companies, with several poised for IPO. DataTribe works with founders who have come from top security agencies including the DoD, CIA, NSA, and DARPA.

The DataTribe Opportunities Fund is the fourth fund in the DataTribe family. It has been developed to invest in select, proprietary pro rata from the top performing companies in their seed stage foundry funds.

The $200 million Opportunity Venture Fund leverages:

  • Proven value
  • Demonstrated growth
  • Proprietary deal flow

Join us for a live webinar with DataTribe Managing Directors Mike Janke and Rob Ackerman, as they discuss their Opportunities Fund, experienced team and advisory board of 40 top industry operating executives have helped create and launch market leaders in the Silicon Valley of Cyber.

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