Women founders have faith. A new venture capital fund is set to highlight Europe’s next brightest star.
british businessman Stephen Bartlett announced on Instagram the launch of a VC fund called Flight Story Fund (FSF). Her $100 million fund will help grow startups and invest in what Bartlett calls “the next female-founded unicorn.”
According to one source, the self-made millionaire is focused on cultivating the next generation of entrepreneurs. It doesn’t seem like it will,” he said. “My passion in life is to change things from 0 to 100 and build companies.”
Over the past few years, the mega-entrepreneur has built an amazing network of investors and CEOs. Diary of the CEO.
The 30-year-old, who calls his network ‘Europe’s most successful entrepreneur’, has brought together mutually successful business owners to support the FSF. A sports nutrition giant, he is the founder and CEO of Grenade. Alan Barratt When Christian Angermeyerbillionaire founder of the biotech company Atai Life Sciences, Christian Angermeyerparticipating in Bartlett’s mission.
“I will be able to use my network and resources to build larger companies and accelerate them in ways I would not otherwise have been able to accelerate,” said Bartlett.
The FSF plans to invest between $1 million and $10 million annually in 10 or more European-based early-stage startups. It has not been announced how much of the $100 million fund has been closed, but Bartlett said there are “verbal and contractual commitments for the full amount.”
Bartlett is no stranger to the world of business.special feature forbes 30 over 30 Since 2015, Bartlett has launched several successful global companies including Social Chain, Flight Story and Thirdweb. He also acquired his PR and communications resource, R. Agency, in 2021.