Cascade Seed Fund closes $10M fund to invest in more Pacific Northwest startups

Bend, Ore.-based Cascade Seed Fund raised $10 million for its Cascade Seed Fund II. The agency will make about 25 investments of up to $250,000 in early-stage tech and client product startups throughout the Pacific Northwest. Based in 2014, the agency rebranded from Cascade Angels Fund in 2019 and launched its first multi-year, conventional enterprise capital fund (Cascade Seed Fund I), which raised $6 million. Investments from Fund II embody Roost, Hest, SyncFloor, Discipline Day, Kiv, and Fizz and Bubble. The agency is led by Robert Pease and Julie Harrelson.

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