Battle Born Venture is Nevada’s state venture capital program. It makes equity investments in early stage, high-growth Nevadan enterprises. Overseen by GOED, Battle Born funds enterprises in the following industries: Aerospace & Defense, Agriculture, Energy, Health Care, IT, Logistics & Operations, Manufacturing, Mining, Tourism & Gaming, and Water.
Working with outside investors, Battle Born focuses exclusively on our state’s entrepreneurs. Battle Born invests in Nevada’s future by helping the State’s most innovative companies get the funding they need to succeed.
|Company Stage||No. of Full Time Employees||Max. BBV Investment per Company||Average BBV Investment per Company|
|Pre-Seed||Fewer than 3||$100,000||$40,000|
We prioritize companies with high-growth products that have a sustainable advantage over competitors, have traction with customers, and have teams with a proven track record in their industry. In short, we are looking for Nevada’s most exceptional companies.
Given our mandate, there are certain projects we cannot fund, including:
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