• Kohpy Ventures

    Derisking growing technology ventures

    support for HNWI, Family Offices, Startup Programs, for investments + portfolio management and advise to early stage technology companies

  • Kohpy Ventures

    More than 95% of startups fail, but selected early stage technology ventures are interesting investment opportunities.

    Family offices, angel investors, high net worth individuals, entrepreneurs, accelerators and investment programs approach us to identify, select and invest in early stage ventures. Technology in Machine Learning, Bloçkchain, IoT, UX.

    value add

    Early stage ventures are very dynamic, they require time and attention. We have a long history of helping and investing in early stage ventures.

     

    We know what makes them, breaks them and makes them go, and we can help you manage them.

  • startups stats

    Some Asian and Kohpy stats

    > 95% of startups fail

    still Billion dollar companies are created

    $7.4B

    Q2 2016, Asia investments

    10x

    returns are rare, but not unique

    29

    companies we worked with in 2018

    3

    startups actively fundraising

  • People

    It's people, people!

    Jeffrey Broer

    Managing Partner

    An entrepreneur for life, Jeffrey Broer has 11 businesses created over his lifetime. With vast experiences in creation, management, growing and passing the business to the next natural owner, his expertise in the field of company is unparalleled.

    Advisory board

    We are not alone

    We established an advisory board with industry experts that help us in deal flow, give feedback on proposed opportunities, review ventures, help with due diligence. Currently we have 2 advisory board members.

  • services

    Selection

    Taylor made

    We select ventures based on the investment profile of the client, that can be industry focus, potential growth or other criteria.

    Add value

    Manage your portfolio

    Early stage ventures often need guidance, we can mentor and advise your portfolio as a service.

    Business Model Canvas, Osterwalder, Pigneur & al. 2010

    Due diligence

    We support

    Due diligence is a necessary process, we can help you with that.

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