‘Napkin Capital’ Comes to Vancouver with Full Stack

Today a new kind of angel investment company launched in Vancouver. It’s called Full Stack and you’ll likely recognize the folks behind it.

Boris Mann and Lance Tracey are joining forces to kick off Full Stack, a new investment vehicle they’re calling “napkin capital.”

According to their landing page, they’ll be focused on “Tools + Talent + Capital.” They align themselves with investor catalysts like Social Leverage, Pollenizer, Lerer Ventures, and Launch Labs.

Mann (alongside Danny Robinson) previously founded Bootup Labs, the first startup accelerator in Canada, and is a well-known web entrepreneur and community agitator. Tracey is a legendary Vancouver investor who has been involved in the technology ecosystem for decades. He is cofounder of Sutton Realty, chairman of the board at PEER1, and first funded Mann with Bryght back in 2004.

Along with today’s reveal, Full Stack announced their first investment, Nanaimo’s Input Logic. Input Logic is the team behind QuoteRobot, which describes itself as “the very best way to create and send winning proposals.” QuoteRobot recently went through a full 2.0 rebuild and is being adopted by web designers and developers. The Full Stack investment will allow Input Logic to focus on the marketing and distribution of QuoteRobot, further integrations into other systems, and developing enterprise and higher end offerings for different quoting verticals.

Full Stack plans to invest in two to three companies per year, and will be launching their full website, including more details about their approach to talent + tools + capital, in January 2013. In the meantime you can sign up on their landing page to hear more at launch.