Fuel Capital seeks to fill up with $35 mln second fund

Early-stage investor Fuel Capital is seeking to raise $35 million for its second fund, according to a regulatory document.

The San Francisco-based venture firm, which has ties to Ignition Partners, previously raised $25.5 million for its first fund, which closed in 2013, according to Thomson Reuters. The firm’s portfolio includes Secret, which has since shut down, as well as Interana, Julep and Mesosphere.

Fuel was co-founded by Chris Howard, who led the seed program at Ignition, and Brad Silverberg, a founding partner at Ignition.

Correction: An earlier version of the headline misspelled Fuel Capital.