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VC’s want to invest in companies, not rebuild or downright copy what you are doing. If you have done your diligence and everything checks
The steelmaking industry accounts for about 8% of global CO2 emissions. What, if any, investment opportunities are there in the space?
Venture capital is on track to register its largest fundraising year on record despite the market correction.
Higher drug approval rates, lower clinical trial costs, and improved efficacy are within reach with the right tools.
Why Katerra became a master of none, and what the winning solution will actually look like.
As Tolstoy once wrote, “Good families are all the same. Bad families are all unique in their own ways.”
Perhaps the answer to our food shortage lies in solving a simple, though still difficult, engineering problem: the ability to pick and
The fed continues to slowly increase interest rates, but there will still be ample capital and enthusiasm in funding early stage innovation.
Should you be keeping track of macro events as a start up founder?
Despite and because of all the challenges lined up between bench-top and commercialization, it is critical to take a market-driven approach
In this day and age, it's not about not paying more. It's about finding a company that does better with more capital.
Our team at Creative Ventures prides itself on being market-driven deeptech investors. We’re looking for market-driven companies and not
Venture is as much a partnership between investors and founders as it is amongst the investment partners themselves. Thus, the best way to
Here are three must-have sections for when you're compiling your empirical evidence:
We aren’t public health experts, but we have seen how COVID-19 has played out just like everyone else, especially the impact the Delta
We’re wrapping up 2021 with anticipated ~50B record high investments in climate tech. Despite the capital rush, we stay disciplined to our
Will the flood of capital we're seeing in VC continue? Will it all come crashing down?
While still nascent, V2V is quickly being developed to enable vehicles to wirelessly exchange information.
Currently, the only treatment for hydrocephalus is to place a shunt in order to drain the excess fluid. Patients rely on these shunts for
In the midst of the global pandemic, the tech industry seems to have woken up. VC funding going into climate change is swelling. We are
Hearing bad startup ideas is an occupational hazard of working in startups or VC. There are some ideas that sound crazy but end up being
Moving away from the material transportation uses case discussed in Part II of our series, it’s time to take an even closer look at
In the world of Deep Tech, you can't use the "move fast and break things" approach. On the bright side, neither can your competitors.
Our team at Creative Ventures invests in technologies that address the inexorable rise in healthcare costs globally. These costs are driven
While it may be some time until autonomous vehicles are on the roads, there is certainly space for them in other sectors.
CV's General Partner Champ Suthipongchai was shared his insights into how FOs can be successful in the world of VC on Forbes Business
There’s an easier way to understand valuation beyond the traditional, “Well, what are we worth at this stage/traction?” Here's how:
Why haven't autonomous vehicles proliferated our roads with robo-taxis and made car ownership all but unnecessary?
We’ve submitted to take part in four panels at SXSW 2022. Before speakers and panels are finalized, SXSW allows for community voting.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) startups are some of the most susceptible to hype and magical thinking. As a result, the reality of what modern
It's tempting to assume that we've overcome most of the technological challenges in battery innovation and that lithium-ion is the clear
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
Healthcare has been slow to embrace technology, but now digital transformation in health care is accelerating. The increased demand on the
Climate change plays a central role in diminishing resources and agricultural outputs. In parallel, the demand for animal-based foods is
It’s an undeniable fact that the pandemic has changed a lot about everyday life. The real question now, however, is how lasting will some of
Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM), the monitoring of patients outside a traditional clinical setting, has received an influx of capital over
Life on earth would not be possible without the constant cycling of several key elements. In particular, proteins, – which are among other
Currently, over 100 million Americans—and one in six people globally—suffer from a myriad of neurological disorders. With over 1,000 known
Creative Ventures recently led an investment into PlanetWatchers, a Satellite Aperture Radar (SAR) technology company that turns months of
A critic of Deep Tech often claims that Deep Tech investment possesses such a high technology risk, the return is often unjustifiable. This
During the 2010's, mobile Internet was experiencing its golden years.
The US started with 20% smartphone penetration and ended with over
As a deep tech fund, we come across a fair share of platform-tech startups. The promise of supposedly expandable market opportunities is
Everyone is up in arms about the April jobs report. The US added 266,000 jobs during the month, but it was a fraction of what was expected
The sheer scale of the healthcare system is mesmerizing. In the US alone, $11,072 per capita spending (in 2019) and at around 320 million in
It’s with great pleasure that we are announcing Kulika Weizman has been promoted to Principal at Creative Ventures.
Kulika has been
Co-founder and General Partner, Champ Suthipongchai has spent some time sharing his insights into construction automation.
Let us be frank about this: we think last mile delivery has a very attractive upside, but we think it is too challenging to be an attractive
There is currently a lot of debate around the efficacy and value of the American healthcare system, but we believe a large portion of its
In Part I, we discussed how the exponential growth in eCommerce leads to an increase in cost of fulfillment and shipping as a percentage of
Two things that my wife loves are good food and nice purses. In 2020, those two options became exclusively available, for the first time,
In our previous posts in this series, we established a case for construction technology due to severe labor shortages, and discussed two
In Part I, we explained that the construction industry is experiencing heightened demand primarily from the residential and infrastructure
In 2018 my friend excitedly mentioned that he and his wife were looking to buy a house. Finding a new home would end up taking them another
The underlying macrotrends, current solutions and investment opportunities Creative Ventures recently led an investment into VenoStent, an
This is the introduction to a series of articles Creative Ventures will be publishing on the topic of Labor Shortage and Automation. The
In order to truly address global problems facing society, many of which stem from resource shortages, we turn to technology, a resource
At Creative Ventures, we often hear from our peers, “You seem really fearless about technical risk.” Ironically, this could not be further
"What's your data moat?" It's one of the most common questions to AI-related startups. It’s also an increasingly irrelevant question. Thanks
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