This year’s Waterman portfolio so far (last call)


Wednesday, December 16th, 4:00 PM EST

As we near the end of 2020 and the close of Waterman Ventures’ Fund 2 we are offering one final live webinar to learn more about Waterman Ventures and what we do. Join us for a live one-hour webinar to learn more about the companies already in this year’s fund and the benefits of investing in the future with venture capital.

During the hour we’ll cover the following topics:

  • Brief introduction to companies already in this year’s portfolio
  • Why venture capital may (or may not) be an appropriate part of your investment portfolio
  • How venture capital investments have done in the past and are largely uncorrelated from the public markets
  • How Waterman Ventures invests as part of the Alumni Ventures Group, the 3rd most active venture capital group in the US
  • Basics of the investment process, including our $50K minimum and how to invest from retirement accounts
  • Open Q&A

You must be accredited to invest in venture capital.



About Your Presenters

Ludwig Schulze, Managing Partner - Waterman Ventures

Ludwig Schulze, Managing Partner - Waterman Ventures

Ludwig has been on all sides of venture; as an entrepreneur, a corporate buyer of ventures and as a venture capitalist. Previous to Waterman, Ludwig experienced the daily realities of being an entrepreneur as Founder and CEO of a mobile payments venture that served 12M+ people. Earlier, he held general manager and business development roles within a Global 50 telecommunications manufacturer (Nokia) which included investing in and acquiring venture-backed businesses. His first experience in venture capital was with an $800M global fund, focused on enterprise and mobile software both before and after the dot.com crash. Ludwig began his career as a strategy consultant with the Boston Consulting Group. He has a BA from Brown University and an MBA from Columbia.

Peter MacEwan, General Manager

Peter MacEwan, General Manager

Peter has startup experience in both the non-profit and business sectors, a BA from Wesleyan University and an MBA from The Wharton School. Peter developed expertise building teams and strategic planning in the San Francisco Bay Area, driving growth across multiple seed- and early-stage companies (with many nights spent as informal adviser to a network of entrepreneurs). Peter has a passion for social impact and loves working with people who love what they do and strive to get better at it.

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