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Colorado Impact Fund The Colorado Impact Fund is a private equity fund dedicated to supporting local companies that generate consistent investment returns in addition to positive community outcomes.

Investment Fund; Private Equity

OVERVIEW

Description

The Colorado Impact Fund is a private equity fund dedicated to supporting local companies that generate consistent investment returns in addition to positive community outcomes.

Our investors include some of Colorado’s most respected executives, families, foundations and corporations, each of whom is committed to making a difference in the State of Colorado and beyond. Managed by an affiliate of Vestar Capital Partners, the Colorado Impact Fund provides growth capital to entrepreneurs who have developed compelling business models that drive meaningful financial returns and community impact.

Our team is committed to helping portfolio companies reach their potential. Our investment strategy leverages our collective experiences, resources, and networks to help Colorado entrepreneurs create exceptional and lasting companies. Energy and passion are core to who we are and we seek to partner with entrepreneurs and company builders equally dedicated to accelerating their businesses.

FUNDING TYPES AND CRITERIA

INVESTMENT RANGE:

$2,000,000 - $5,000,000

FUND SIZE:

$64,000,000

INTERESTED IN THESE SECTORS

Agriculture; Arts, Culture, Handicrafts; Civic Participation; Clean and Green Technology; Communications / Media / ICT; Disabilities; Disaster Recovery; Distribution / Supply Chain; Education; Employment, Livelihood, Income Generation; Energy; Enterprise Development, SME; Environment, Climate Change; Fair Trade, Organic Products; Financial Serv./Inclusion, Microfinance; Food and Nutrition; Health; Housing, Shelter, Homelessness; Mobile; Natural Resources / Conservation; Peace and Security; Sanitation, Waste Management; Tech; Training, Technical Assistance Services; Water; Web, SaaS, Online Tech; Women, Girls

Stages

  • 4) Early Customer Traction, Revenue
  • 5) Starting to See Strong Revenue Traction

social vs. financial return preference

  • 3: Balanced

Types of entities

  • For Profit
  • Hybrid

providing funding for these regions

  • US, Canada

funding types

  • Equity