Family Offices turned to VC’s

Family offices are increasingly turning to venture capital due to the investment opportunities in innovative technologies and new business models. With the average single-family office deploying nearly $1bn into venture capital, they are becoming a more influential player in the venture ecosystem. However, venture capital remains a challenging asset class, and competing directly with existing VCs may not always be the best strategy. The growing interest from family offices in venture capital comes as companies stay private longer, and the number of listed companies continues to decrease. The venture capital landscape is evolving, with non-traditional venture investors such as Tiger Global reshaping the sector.

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