● Educate entrepreneurs — because it is all about mindset.
Scale is the quest our startups have in common. Whether entrepreneurs tackle finance,
agriculture, space, food, health or transportation, the majority of their problems are the
same: getting traction, finding moral support, fundraising, hiring and growing. The diversity
of startups creates the value of our community by providing examples no one would have ever
● The Family attracts first-time founders as well as serial entrepreneurs.
Because surrounding oneself with people who are curious, enthusiastic, and
determined is essential to keep growing.
● The deal is straightforward.
The Family takes 5% at nominal price with a one-year vesting cliff on our side.
That means you can change your mind and take back the 5% you gave us at nominal
price during that year.
● Failing is learning.
We bet on long-term relationships and we value experience. A failed startup means
experienced founders who can join other growing startups or get excited for a
brand new idea. And that’s how many of the startups you see below were born.