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"Startup World Cup" Launches Venture Fund


Fenox Venture Capital Creates Fund to Invest in Top Startups Emerging
From the World's Biggest International Startup Competition

World Cup
is an annual global startup pitch competition founded by Fenox
Venture Capital
. The competition draws from thousands of startups
all around the world and runs regional competitions on six continents,
culminating in a Grand Finale competition in San Francisco with a $1
million dollar investment prize. Startup World Cup is designed to
stimulate and support startup ecosystems through regional conferences
and competitions that bring together entrepreneurs and investors, and
connect them with Silicon Valley. The scope of the Startup World Cup
makes it the world's biggest international startup competition.

Startup World Cup is launching a $50 million fund to invest in the most
promising winners of the regional and global competition. The fund is
open to "accredited investors"1 and will be managed by Fenox
Venture Capital. The fund will invest at least $1 million in the Grand
Finale winner, plus it will make additional investments in the best
companies surfaced by the competition.

"Together with our global partners, we put a major effort into
attracting the most promising startup companies from around the world to
compete in the Startup World Cup," said Anis Uzzaman, General Partner
and CEO of Fenox Venture Capital. "The goal of the Startup World Cup
Fund is to support the best of these companies and to give our investors
access to high-potential startups that they would not be able to invest
in otherwise."

In May 2018, the Grand Finale brought together 28 regional startup
winners, keynote speakers and venture capitalist judges for a full day
conference and competition in San Francisco with:

- 1,000+ attendees
- Top startups from 28 different countries from
North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia.
200+ journalists
- Events including workshops, startup showcase
sessions, and networking party.

For more information about the Startup World Cup Fund, please contact
Coco He at

About Fenox Venture Capital

Fenox Venture Capital is a Silicon Valley-based venture capital firm
that has invested in more than 120 companies globally. Investment areas
include IT, Artificial Intelligence, IoT, Robotics, Big Data,
HealthTech, VR/AR, FinTech, and Next Generation Technologies. Fenox
Venture Capital leverages its international network spanning the US,
Asia, and Europe to support the global expansion of its portfolio
companies. Read more about Fenox Venture Capital at

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1 As defined in Rule 501(a) of Regulation D promulgated under
the Securities Act of 1933, as amended.

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