World Within Ventures focused on humanitarian innovations

Two Emory University graduates have closed their first $20 million fund with hopes to invest in early stage startups that could change the world for the better.

Named World Within Ventures, the fund is focused on humanitarian innovations and will invest in a small group of seed stage start-ups so the firm can help them grow. The firm’s portfolio companies tend to fall into three broad categories: healthcare and life sciences, agriculture and infrastructure.

Learn more about World Within Ventures in this recent Atlanta Inno article.

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