The next generation in venture capital
Traditionally speaking, venture capitalists make investment decisions using "rules of thumb". Scientifically speaking, this approach is called heuristics. Heuristics is when decisions are made based on limited information relying heavily on past experiences. Today, there's more data about startups than ever. In an industry driven by data and analytics, it only makes sense to have a rational approach in investing using data, models and stochastic theories.
We select investment opportunities through the lens of multi-factor analysis. We deploy capital in a calculated way. We optimize and solve for how much to invest at any given round.
This analytical way of thinking is the basis for how we invest. Read more here...