• Why tech investors need to look beyond seed-stage SPVs

    5 days ago - By Fast Company

    A better, more equitable venture system requires a diverse array of strong, competent, daring venture firms operating at the seed stage.
    There's no doubt about it: Special purpose vehicles are having a moment. When Uber went public in 2019, more than 100 SPVs dotted its cap table. In 2021, Carta launched a self-service tool that makes SPV formation and management by angel investors as easy as putting together a group lunch order. According to Assure's “The 2022 State of the SPV” report, the number of SPVs more than doubled between 2020 and 2021. But with Assure, the self-proclaimed...
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