Scout is an early-stage venture capital firm that invests in frontier technologies built by founders from the military, its intelligence community, and national research labs.
Scout leads Seed Rounds with $1-3M checks while reserving capital to follow on through Series B.
Our investment focus lies within AI, Machine-Learning, Quantum Computing, Robotics, Advanced Materials Science, Security, Space & Aerospace, and Advanced Energy.
Our teams' experience in defense and building multi-billion dollar companies provides us with the expertise necessary to find repeated success within these verticals.
Our team mostly consists of military service academy graduates who spent years in active military service and the Intelligence Community. They have served as operators and as entrepreneurs founding companies at the forefront of innovation in both the government and civilian worlds.
Scout is committed to investing in revolutionary innovations and taking bold risks to create a better future through transformative technology. We are driven by a deep belief in the potential of groundbreaking ideas.
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