At Golden Seeds, we are always gratified to celebrate the progress of our companies.  One of the best measures is their success in raising the follow-on capital that is so critical to their growth.  In this issue, we congratulate Tempo Automation and TomboyX on achieving notable funding milestones.  Also note that Joylux won the coveted Luis Villalobos Award at the recent Angel Capital Association (ACA) Summit, which honors one company each year for its ingenuity and innovation.  

Enlisting a strong board of directors is one of the most important things you can do to help your company succeed. Golden Seeds Managing Partner Peggy Wallace shares four things you should keep in mind when recruiting a board.

Golden Seeds' company Joylux was chosen as the award winner of the prestigious Luis Villalobos Award, honoring ingenuity and innovation among start up companies.


This month several Golden Seeds companies closed on substantial funding rounds. San Francisco company Tempo Automation, the world’s fastest manufacturer for prototyping and low-volume production of printed circuit board assemblies, raised $45 million in Series C funding. Learn more here . Also, Seattle company TomboyX, a direct to consumer gender-neutral underwear brand, raised $18 million in Series B funding. Learn more here.

Colette Courtion's journey into motherhood, coupled with her passion for transformational beauty products and medical devices, led to Joylux , an innovative health solution.

Learn how Tania Yuki's perpetual curiosity led her to develop successful social media platform.

Sharelle Klaus, CEO & founder shares how her company is taking over celebratory occasions with non-alcoholic sparkling beverages 

The early-stage investment firm with a focus on women leaders

Golden Seeds pursues investment returns through the empowerment of women entrepreneurs and those who invest in them. We offer an environment in which exciting women-led businesses receive capital and connections to grow and successfully exit.  The group is headquartered in New York City, with active chapters in Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, Houston and Silicon Valley. One of the largest angel networks in the United States, Golden Seeds has more than 275 members nationwide and has invested over $120 million in more than 150 companies. Plus, the organization has a relationship with three funds with committed capital of $36 million. We aim to achieve market returns for our investors while at the same time creating lasting impact.

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