Investing in early-stage Canadian companies that develop naturally-derived solutions that benefit people, animals and the planet.

There is growing global demand for natural alternatives to synthetic products. From what we eat to the cars we drive, virtually every industry is seeking cleaner and greener products.

We capitalize on this monumental growth opportunity by investing in Canadian early-stage companies that are developing biologically-based solutions –everything from natural health products to plastic made from compost.

We leverage the strong foundation that Natural Products Canada (NPC) has developed to identify, develop and invest in Canadian innovation, and add a highly engaged and disciplined approach to all aspects of the fund – from origination to exit – to facilitate growth for investees and returns for investors.

We have a non-binding term sheet with a significant anchor investor. We are actively seeking LPs to help us complete this $50M fund. Please contact us for more information.

Managing Partner

Malcolm Fraser

A proven innovation leader in Canada, Malcolm Fraser has founded and exited companies, managed acceleration and incubation programs, and led one of Canada’s most successful early stage venture capital funds.

As president and CEO of Innovacorp, Malcolm demonstrated to investors and entrepreneurs that he knows what it takes to launch world-class companies from humble beginnings. During his tenure at Innovacorp, he focused the entire team on supporting companies to successfully commercialize early stage technology into globally competitive businesses. This success was recently recognized as the Canadian Venture Capital Association’s Deal of the Year for Innovacorp’s $101 M gain on its Metamaterials Inc. holdings.

Prior to Innovacorp, Malcolm was a career entrepreneur, focused mainly on opportunities in the digital space. Through companies like ISL and eplicity, he was recognized for his leadership in the practice of digital transformation. A committed community leader, Malcolm has participated in governance roles locally and nationally in the areas of the visual arts, medical research, and youth sport. He currently sits on the board of Credit Union Atlantic.

Born in Nova Scotia, Malcolm attended Mount Allison University, earning a Bachelor of Commerce in marketing and economics. He lives with his family in Chester.