This VC explains why she’s sticking to small checks even as $100 million rounds become the norm in Silicon Valley
|08/19/2018||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- When Shruti Gandhi started Array Ventures in 2015 she had two principles in mind: Invest early, and help founders.
- While the world of venture capital is full of $100 million checks and billion-dollar valuations, Gandhi prefers to fund seed stage rounds in the $500,000 to $1 million range.
- The former IBM engineer has a decade of experience on the technical side of things, so she knows when a product is ready to move a market forward.
- It’s this technical expertise that makes it so Gandhi and Array can get in early — and still bring in big returns.
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