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Year In Reviews calendar    Mar 03, 2023

Year in Review 2022

Discover the impact of Render Capital's amazing year in 2022, with a doubled fund size, new team members, and exciting portfolio companies. Download the Year in Review to learn more!

2022 marked our third full year as a fund, and it was a significant year for our team at Render Capital. We doubled our fund size to $30M under management, onboarded new team members, and added some incredible startups to our portfolio—to mention a few highlights. Throughout the last year, we worked hard every day alongside our amazing partners and portfolio to help create a robust and thriving regional economy where entrepreneurs see the Midwest and South as a place they can find the appropriate risk capital necessary for them to start and grow.

We invite you to learn more about the impact our team created in 2022 by downloading your own copy of the report below.


We are super excited for all that lies ahead in 2023 for our team and the opportunity to extend the Render Capital footprint beyond the border of Louisville and Southern Indiana and increase access to capital for entrepreneurs.

 

We envision a robust and thriving regional economy where entrepreneurs see the Midwest and South as a place they can find appropriate risk capital necessary for them to start and grow.

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