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The Magic Of Diversity

About the Event

MAGIC Fund 2.0 is much more than a VC fund. It’s a Global Founders Fund that finds pre-seed and seed-stage startups in North America, Africa, Europe, Asia, and Latin America then uses the partners’ financial and intellectual resources to help those companies grow and prosper.

For investors, the benefits of Magic Fund 2.0 are two-fold. They get access to a broad portfolio of technology-based startups from around the world. With a single investment, investors participate in 100+ deals for Magic Fund 2.0.

The second and potentially more important benefit is fund investors get first access when the MAGIC Fund’s companies go to follow-on rounds; Series A, B, and more. For perspective, one in three companies in Fund 1 have gone on to raise A and B rounds.

Join our webinar to find out how the Diversity of Magic Fund’s partners and companies creates a unique opportunity for investors.

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