Jeannie Masters AVG Blog February 17, 2021

Benefits of Venture Investing Part 4: Get a Front-Row Seat to the Innovation Economy

Part 4 in a 5 part series on the benefits of adding venture capital to your portfolio



Benefits of Venture Investing Part 4: Innovation Economy

February 17, 2021 | Jeannie Masters

When you imagine the venture capital industry, you might immediately think “high risk,” “exclusive,” and “elite.” While it’s true that this asset class is high-risk/high-reward, serious firms conduct far more diligence than TV would lead you to believe, and venture is an asset any individual accredited investor can own.

There are a number of financial and inspiring reasons to consider adding VC to your investment mix. At AVG, we have compiled a list of five compelling reasons to consider venture investing. Today we will discuss reason number four.

 

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Reason #4: Get a Front-Row Seat to the Innovation Economy 

Many investors find venture capital exciting and a window into “what’s next.” It’s filled with game-changers, high-tech innovations, and business models that are disrupting industries. 

Here are just a few examples of venture-based startups from AVG’s portfolio that are making an impact:

 

VC TIP #4

If you love learning about new technologies, innovation, and disruption, becoming a venture investor is an experience you are likely to enjoy. Venture capital investment gives you a front-row seat to what’s new and next for our world.

 

Financial and Inspiring Reasons to Consider Adding VC to Your Investment Mix

Check out a recent guide, titled Five Compelling Reasons to Start Venture Investing, to discover all five in-depth benefits of adding Venture to your portfolio.

 

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DISRUPTING THE VENTURE INDUSTRY

Alumni Ventures Group (AVG) is democratizing the venture asset class by offering a path for accredited individuals to own an actively managed, diversified venture portfolio (about 20-200 investments per fund), co-investing alongside experienced VC firms. 

We invite you to learn more by speaking with a member of our team. If you are interested specifically in our alumni-based funds, click here to select your fund.

Not sure if you’re accredited? Here’s how to easily find out.  

 

For Important Disclosure Information, please refer http://avg-funds.com/Disclosures.

 

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