Based in Japan and India. Has led to 1 successful fundraise in Japan. Been working the space of Venture Capital and Private Equity for the last 3 years.

According to the Chicago Tribune BucketFeet a startup that connects art and footwear announced that it raised $3 7 million in venture capital funding

Bridge Investments and Jumpstart Ventures led the round The company also received support from Gordon Segal founder of Crate amp Barrel and Glen Tullman managing partner of 7wire Ventures

Bucketfeet was born in 2011 after a chance meeting discussing hand-drawn shoes in Argentina between two strangers exploring the world Today Bucketfeet exists to celebrate self-expression and connect people through art Painters graffiti artists writers illustrators tattoists and many more original creators are part of the movement The BucketFeet Artist Network consists of + artists in more than 35 countries Every pair is manufactured with premium canvas and massage bubble insoles for ultimately quality and comfort BucketFeet shoes are made to stand out inspire conversations and create new connections We believe art is for everyone and that includes you

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