It’s been tough to raise funds in the last few years for most sectors, and many VCs will tell you that a startup needs to have a killer product-market fit before getting that check. But Eric Tar
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Benjamin Döpfner has been building companies since he was a teenager. One of his more recent ventures was based in Berlin, and at the time of its founding in 2019, Germany actually had negative int
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When Eric Tarczynski was first building Contrary Capital, he noticed there was an absence of venture capital firms focused on entrepreneurs within universities. So, he launched a $2.2 million debut fu
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Contrary Capital, which has raised money from Tesla, Reddit, SoFi and Twitch, knows a thing or two about how to work with tech’s brightest mafias. Now it wants to invest in them, before anyone else.
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Contrary Capital is raising $35 million to invest between $50,000 and $200,000 in students and recent college dropouts.