Better Work Ventures is a dream swiss-army knife co-founding team, providing tech founders with hands-on building support and funding from idea to seed stage.
We created Better Work Ventures because traditional venture capital isn't the best path for everyone.
Our team is dedicated to supporting goal-oriented founders with strong vision, passion, grit, and a deep desire to build something that makes the world a better place.
Our team works side-by-side with you as a co-founder to ideate, build, and launch your startup within 12 months. Together, we build better. Here's what you get:
Everyone on our team has worked in a startup. We're founders, product managers, designers, and engineers that can help you validate and launch your MVP.
With Better Work, you get unique access to a network of corporate, startups partners, and investors. This is your unfair advantage for growth and revenue.
Our studio provides the initial capital to get you to launch. After that, we'll lead or co-lead your pre-seed and institutional seed funding rounds.
Our studio provides founders with funding and terms that let you hit the ground running.
If you’ve got an early idea for an amazing consumer startup and haven’t incorporated a company yet, we’d love to hear about it. We’re looking for opportunities at the earliest stages.What do you want to build?
Lynsie is a 2x tech founder, author of This Better Work, and a General Partner at The Fund Midwest.
Over the last 15 years, Lynsie has been embedded in early and growth-stage tech companies across industries as a founder, advisor, and investor, driving go-to-market strategy ,operations, sales, and partnerships with a focus on all things culture & customer.
Nathaniel is currently the Founder & CEO of New Ambit, a regulatory guidance platform for telehealth. A product leader with experience across a variety of industries and software companies, he has been guiding teams from idea to launch for over 10 years, successfully bridging the gap from customer need to technical implementation.
He was also the first investor in The Fund Midwest.