Investor Connect – Stephanie Campbell of Houston Angel Network/ The Artemis Fund

Investor Connect – Stephanie Campbell of Houston Angel Network/ The Artemis Fund

November 25, 2019 by investor

In this episode, Hall welcomes Stephanie Campbell of Houston Angel Network and The Artemis Fund. Stephanie is the Managing Director of the Houston Angel Network, one of the most active angel networks in the country. She is also Managing Partner at the Artemis Fund, the first female-founded, female-focused venture fund in Houston, Texas. The Artemis Fund is investing $20M in 15-20 female-led US-based companies that disrupt the Consumer Tech, Life Tech, Fin-Tech, and Energy Infrastructure industries.

Stephanie explains how Artemis Fund focuses on companies that make a difference in the world, solve real-world problems, and solve problems for overlooked communities. She provides advice for female founders and investors and talks about the investing world from a female perspective. She touches on some of the challenges startups face and emphasizes the importance of understanding your customers and how to get to them.

You can find The Artemis Fund at theartemisfund.com

You can find The Houston Angel Network at houstonangelnetwork.org

Stephanie can be reached on LinkedIn at linkedin.com/in/stephanielcampbell/


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