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Firebrand Ventures is initially born out of John's experience as Managing Director for Techstars Kansas City.

Now investing out of the Firebrand II fund, they are steadfast in our approach of investing in trusted relationships with exceptional founders. They meet companies where they are and prioritize values such as integrity, transparency, and being a key resource for founders.

Firebrand invest in exceptional teams obsessed with solving a big problem in a better way. Top-notch technical and domain expertise. Strong, authentic leaders capable of attracting world-class talent.


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