When we say we’re investing in startups that we believe can change the world, it may sound like a pipe dream—or at least an exaggeration. But it’s neither. Venture Capital has already changed the world, and it will do so again.
Yesterday, Bloomberg published a piece explaining how Venture Capital effectively shaped the world as it is today by prioritizing disruptive innovation. One key reason for their success, the piece argues, is that they essentially operate as networks. Venture Capitalists combine the strengths of a company and a market: like a company, they provide startups with resources for growth such as management skills, contacts, and capital, and like a market, their operations are fluid and flexible. Add portfolio diversification to the mix and Venture Capitalists are in a prime position for success, with just one “grand-slam” investment often making up for any other “dud” investments many times over. Of course, there are many other factors to consider, which is why we think the entire article (which delves far deeper) is worth a read.
If you want to learn how you, specifically, could benefit from an investment in our Venture Capital-type firm:
Seismic’s CEO and senior management will be holding a Q&A and discussing how one simple investment in all of our startups could diversify your portfolio and potentially produce massive returns. We’ve opened Venture Capital up to investors of all backgrounds, and now we’re swinging for the fences. We believe we can find the next billion-dollar company before it gets big. This is your chance to find out how.
For more information on investing in potential industry disruptors and innovation aiming to go “Seismic,” you can also visit our newly updated offering page or read through our SEC-qualified Offering Circular.