Verlinvest, a growth fund investor is starting a new VC fund called V3 Ventures that will invest €100 million into beauty, health, and food. The fund aims to target startup companies in the UK, India, US, and Europe. It will focus on pre-seed to Series A investments.

According to Lopo Champalimaud, Co-founder of V3 Ventures the fund aims to invest in consumer-focused brands, especially ESG since they are all about consumers. In India, V3 deals will be headed by Arjun Vaidya, who had recently sold DTC Ayurvedic medicine brand Dr. Vaidya’s to the RPSG Group.

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