The Anti-VC

We're the Anti-VC. We're not unicorn hunters and don't believe in high burn, uneconomic models that reach for market share. We look for solid businesses built by founders who are cash efficient, scrappy, and pragmatic. We focus on companies with $2mm+ of run-rate revenue and year over year growth of 50%+. We'll invest anywhere in the US or Canada, especially in markets most venture capital firms overlook. We prefer leading $1mm to $10mm Series A or B rounds, but can also follow. We like plain-vanilla preferred stock in traditional growth rounds, inside rounds, recaps, secondaries, and restructurings.

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Our portfolio is diverse and includes HR software, app tech, parking, sales and marketing software, apps, greeting cards, dating, e-commerce, and healthcare software. We love tech, but will invest in low or no tech opportunities that scale.

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VC will own 50% of your business at exit

How much of your company will VC own at the time you exit? We looked at the level of VC ownership of 122 tech companies at the time they went public to answer that question.  The median and average level of VC ownership at exit was 52% and 51% respectively.  By the time of exit,…
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Investment bankers are worth the cost

If you need to raise a $15mm+ growth equity round, you may debate whether or not the banker is worth the cost.  We did the math, and the short answer is the banker is well worth their fee.   The typical fee for a banker raising a growth round will likely be a $50k up…
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Strategic investors dont matter

Strategic investors, defined as corporations that make venture investments, can be a valuable source of capital but are they critical? No.  We dug through the S1’s of 122 tech companies and found that only 22 of them had a strategic investor (an S1 is a doc filed with the SEC before going public).  The list…
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Managing your SDR’s

We got another great survey from Bridge Group which looks at the SDR teams of 355 B2B businesses.  The survey is dominated by SaaS companies, and while it’s well worth the read, our favorite findings are below:   The goal should be to fill calendars.  Some SDR teams focus on setting introductory meetings for sales…
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