The Colorado Venture Capital Authority (VCA) supports access to venture capital for Colorado's entrepreneurs and startup businesses. The VCA is a political subdivision of the state and a Special Purpose Authority like the Public Employees' Retirement Association. The VCA is governed by a board of directors that partners with professional fund managers to deploy its capital and the Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) staff provides administrative support to the VCA.
Venture Capital Authority Fund
DENVER — The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) in partnership with the Colorado Venture Capital Authority (VCA) is currently accepting responses to a Request for Proposals (RFP) for fund manager/ general partners in a new fund(s).
The Venture Capital Authority (VCA) is requesting information from Fund Managers in Colorado to help inform policy and programs in the state of Colorado for early stage entrepreneur ecosystems and investments. The VCA would like to have a better understanding of the current venture capital funding in the state of Colorado, where Fund Managers see gaps in the market, and where they believe state funding or programmatic support would be most impactful.