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I am the founder & CEO of Mercury (Bank for startups, raised >$25m from A16Z & CRV). I have invested in 150 companies over 5 years including 3 unicorns, Rappi, Airtable and Rippling.
Hi! I'm Sahil. I am the CEO of Gumroad, a company I solo-founded in 2011 and raised $10M+ for, from Kleiner Perkins, Lowercase Capital, First Round Capital, Naval Ravikant, Max Levchin, and others.
I started actively angel investing in Jan 2018 and have made personal investments into 27 companies. High-quality deal flow comes from my successful founder networks and as a natural byproduct of my current role. I'm in a fortunate position to be around the best angel investors and emerging fund managers.
Ravikant Capital will invest in technology companies with valuations of less than $100M. Most investments will be in the $101K - $500K range.
I'm the co-founder and CEO of Lambda School (Y Combinator S17, raised $120m+). A small fund to scale up angel investments to back the world's most ambitious and transformative companies.
CTO of Rippling.com, valued at >$1B; First money in ZeroDown, InterviewBit. Get access to a lot of SaaS and India dealflow.
I'm the Founder and CEO of Golden (a16z, DCVC, Founders Fund backed) previously cofounded and sold Heyzap [YC08]. I've backed 200+ startups focused on preseed/seed including 16 unicorns.
Hi, I’m Kyle Tibbitts — the Head of Marketing at Fast and previously the second marketing hire at Opendoor. The mission of my fund is to arm founders beneath and beyond Silicon Valley’s radar with early checks and expert advice to build the next great companies anywhere.
TnT invests in early-stage Enterprise SaaS businesses primarily at the pre-seed and seed stage.
Schox Patent Group engages roughly 20-30 startups on an annual basis, and Schox Venture Capital intends to invest approximately $50-250K in roughly half of these startups.
Strongly agree. I paused a fund when I founded a company; because of the overhead. Restarted once rolling funds launched.
Running a fund had a lot of overhead. Running a rolling fund is <10h/yr of overhead.I learn a ton by investing, which improves my performance as a founder.
A lot of people ask me why I “chose” to start a fund vs join one as if VCs were beating down my door to join their firms. (Spoiler alert: they weren’t)
AL has really started to democratize venture, I would never be a fund mgr if they didn’t make it feasible to roll my own.
1. Limited Partners love the flexibility of quarterly commitments - they can easily increase or decrease their commitments as needed.
2. @AngelList has created a seamless way for LPs to submit their commitments and VC funds to make investments. We have already made two investments from the Texas Fund (one day after closing).
I don’t think many people have fully wrapped their minds around what AngelList is doing to seed stage investing
It’s making angel investing way more accessible.
I’m in 8 rolling funds and participated in a bunch of SPV and other deals on a bunch of platforms.
Sequoia and other big firms are great but I couldn’t give them my money (I tried lol).
Rolling funds make founder investing interesting because they are so low friction.
Who is in a better position to see interesting young companies than connected entrepreneurs?
This is becoming commonplace and it’s hard to imagine the trend reversing.
Time to build, indeed
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