Find the most relevant investors for your raise and figure out the best way to make contact

PropellerDB is a curated, searchable database of early-stage startup investors that gives you access to information you couldn’t collect on your own.

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Find investors who fund your space.

Search investors’ theses (both firm and individual) to hone on in those who fund companies like yours.

Learn about their groups and affinities.

Search investors’s alma maters and associated organizations: their past employers, advisees, accelerators or other groups they work with, and more.

Surface the info you need for effective outreach.

Maximize your chances of a successful reachout by learning what an investor is looking for and how they invest.

Currently tracking over 1,000 angels and VCs... and counting!


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  • Access to 1,000+ investors, with more added every week
  • Detailed taxonomy of investment themes, interests, and focuses
  • Search investors’ alma maters, past employers, and affinity groups
  • Hands-on support from Propeller’s founders

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More than just a database.

We surface data founders can’t find on their own.

Hand Curated

We didn’t just scrape Crunchbase: PropellerDB combines information from public sources, private sources, and personal knowledge.

Investor Taxonomy

Our custom taxonomy sorts investors based on broad themes, specific areas of interest, target demographic, and geographic focus.


An effective fundraising process starts with reaching out to specific individuals, so PropellerDB is focused on people, not firms.

Mike WilnerMax Nussenbaum

Built by founders who’ve been there before.

PropellerDB was created by two founders who experienced this problem firsthand—and who raised over $4mm for their respective startups. Read our story →