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Two years in, Notation Capital has some lessons to share

The Brooklyn-based pre-seed fund released its reflections on 2016.

In what’s becoming an annual tradition, Brooklyn pre-seed venture fund Notation Capital released a reflection on the year gone by. Published Tuesday, the piece is filled with choice insights and anecdotes about building a venture fund.

Notation talked about its nine new portfolio companies:

We’ve also partnered with several companies going after stodgy old industries that haven’t evolved in decades (ie. Simple Contacts, Arta, Stealth Insurance Co), all of which we believe are building technology driven solutions to fundamentally change how these markets function. These companies are collapsing what tend to be complex processes and physical infrastructure, and dramatically simplifying distribution via a layer of software, often exposed through an API.

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