Leta Capital (Leta) has launched its third and largest fund to date, which will invest in excess of USD100 million in UK, European and US-based growth stage software and technology companies over the next three years.
The new fund will have a particular focus on supporting East European and Russian-speaking entrepreneurs operating out of international hubs such as London and New York, who Leta founder and IT entrepreneur, Alexander Chachava, maintains remain over-looked and under-valued by many VCs and investors.
Alexander Chachava, Managing Partner of Leta Capital, says: “While we are significantly broadening our geographic focus towards key global hubs, our strategy effectively remains the same: to identify exciting, high-potential technology start-ups and entrepreneurs, and support them in realising their international ambitions.
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