Lewis & Clark Ventures

Lewis & Clark Ventures is a St. Louis-based venture capital firm focusing on high potential investment opportunities throughout the Midwest region. The mission of the fund is to deploy series A / B stage growth capital into companies operating within sectors that include agtech, digital healthcare and software, serving markets such as financial, agricultural, healthcare, and business enterprise solutions.

We believe there is an incredible number of gifted entrepreneurs and exciting companies operating in our own backyard, and we are here to solve their capital needs and allow them to focus on business growth.

120 S Central Ave #1000,
Clayton, MO 63105

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