Investing in founders that are as diverse as the consumers they serve.
Plus, we help our startups grow with daily support from our growth team.—
We Back Founders that Others Overlook.
First and foremost, Beta Boom invests in software companies building the future for women and multicultural consumers—a $4.4 trillion opportunity in the U.S. annually.
However, unlike many other funds, we invest in people rather than diplomas and in startups based in rising tech hubs across the U.S. rather than in Silicon Valley.
We love founders from truly diverse backgrounds that have unique and deep insight about their customers, have unbelievable grit and hustle, and are building something clearly distinct from their competitors.
If you’re driven and passionate about what you’re building, be sure to get on our radar!
We Empower You to Build a World-Class Company.
At Beta Boom, we do more than invest money in startups. We become an extension of your team, providing daily coaching and support from product, marketing, sales and fundraising experts to grow your startup and help you execute at a world-class level.
No hands-off investors, no cookie-cutter programs, no useless courses, no out-of-touch mentors, no magic bullets.
Our goal is to help you build the next billion-dollar company by empowering your team to execute at the highest level, building your confidence, and connecting you with proven engineering, product, marketing, and sales experts.
Announcing New Pattern Chicago
For Spring 2021, in collaboration with our coalition partners GET Cities and P33 Chicago, we will be launching a series of pitch competitions to award $10K grants to Black and Latinx founders in the South and West Side of Chicago.
The cash award will be coupled with operational support and mentorship as provided by several community partners across Chicago.
We believe in under-the-radar founders
and the power of the melting pot.
Beta Boom invest inclusively in founders that have been overlooked due to geography, gender, race, and background.
80% of our startups are led by women or people of color.
90% are led by founders that did not attend a top-10 university.
100% hail from places outside of Silicon Valley, NYC, and Boston.