Healthcare venture firm Seae Ventures' founders had previously set up corporate VC unit Zaffre Investments only to face issues surrounding independence and regional focus.

Seae Ventures, the impact venture firm set up by three ex-members of corporate VC vehicle Zaffre Investments, is aiming to reduce the equity gap in US healthcare. The firm was set up to target healthcare technology developers with women and/or BIPOC (black and indigenous people of colour) founders, and it recently closed its debut fund…

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