Chloe Capital is a seed stage VC firm focused on women-led tech companies.

Our vision is to advance solutions to the gender and diversity gap in entrepreneurship and venture capital. We further that mission through our investments and community programs.

The Chloe team is made up of serial tech entrepreneurs, super-connectors and community builders who have the experience and networks to see the trends and opportunities, to find the best founders and to help them scale thriving, high growth companies.

Our investment thesis is based on innovation, diversity and impact. The portfolio companies we select have diverse teams with at least one female leader. We invest in frontier technologies and diverse, rapidly growing markets that are currently underserved by technology innovation. 

Chloe Capital is based in Upstate NY - near some of the top research universities in the world, and we invest throughout the US.



From software, blockchain, robotics, artificial intelligence and gaming to augmented/virtual reality and the internet of things, technology continues to be a high-growth sector that will impact our future in profound ways. 

We focus on technology startups and tech-enabled companies that are creating the industries of today, and tomorrow.

Diversity - Women Cofounders


Metrics show that diverse teams perform better, and boast financial returns - outpacing others. Yet women and other underrepresented groups continue to be overlooked by traditional investors.

Chloe Capital is seizing this opportunity by investing in diverse teams that serve these large and growing markets.


Thriving businesses are the driving force behind building our local communities. Well-run companies not only profit shareholders, they make lives better and create a prosperous world. 

Whether it's triple bottom line companies, B Corps or traditional startups, we're making an impact by investing in companies that create high-paying jobs and foster economic sustainability. 

Women-led high tech start-ups are more capital-efficient, achieve 35% higher return on investment, and — when venture-backed — generate 12% higher revenue than male-owned tech companies.
— Kauffman Foundation

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