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Setting a new standard for method-driven venture capital.

We identify and invest in critical global-scale challenges, and fund the companies with deployable solutions that address these problems.

We invest in secular problems, not technologies


Creative Ventures is a deep technology fund that starts from markets, not solutions.

Industrial

Addressing labor shortages in manufacturing, construction, logistics, and food production.

Healthcare

Controlling spiraling healthcare costs stemming from aging and chronic disease.

Agrifood

Feeding the world sustainably with continued population and standard of living growth.

Energy

Lowering carbon impact and providing the resources needed to continue growth, sustainably

Meet our founders

Diverse problems require diverse solutions


43%

investments with underrepresented founders

33%

investments with a female founder

86%

investments with first-time founders

How we’re different


Market before Solution

We believe our market-first approach and strict investment protocols are the surest way to secure exponential growth opportunities while mitigating the biggest risks investing in deep technology.

Solutions for Today

We’re not in the business of predicting the future. We don’t take on R&D risks with unknown horizons. We invest in scalable technologies primed to meet existing market demand.

Unsurpassed Rigor

We are the most rigorous manager in VC because the sectors we invest in require it. Our managing partners and GPs include financial analysts, operators, industrialists, and PhD technologists with deep subject-matter expertise.

Read our insights

Blog and Podcasts


  • The Economics of Fund Ownership: Ignoring Ownership and Enabling LP Co-Investment
    Being a method-driven VC, we’re not playing Russian Roulette. We’re counting cards in the game of 21.  even if the signals tell us that they must be great companies or suggest we have to overpay because they are “hot”). 
  • Digital Health: The Next Frontier
    Healthcare has been slow to embrace technology, but now digital transformation in health care is accelerating. The increased demand on the healthcare system triggered many healthcare organizations to make changes to their delivery systems. Hospitals and clinics used telemedicine and remote patient monitoring services to provide meaningful solutions and supplement some healthcare delivery and services deficiencies.
  • Alternative Sources of Protein, Part 2: The Solutions
    Climate change plays a central role in diminishing resources and agricultural outputs. In parallel, the demand for animal-based foods is undeniably on the rise. The question, therefore, is how do we increase the limited supplies of animal-based proteins or their equivalents?