Whatever the question
here are some answers!
Whatever the question
here are some answers!

It is not a hard and fast rule, but we prefer to invest in a company that meets the following criteria:

  • High barriers to entry
  • A seasoned management team
  • Scalable business
  • Differentiated value proposition (a unique product/service/process, either in concept or implementation)

This depends totally on the moat of the startup and the evaluation our team does on the viability of the offering. We have made both aggressive and conservative investments in our portfolio of companies.

The entire process takes up to 4-6 weeks from the initial call with the startup to signing the cheque if everything goes smoothly. We might take more time if we need more details, so it varies.

Sigurd preferably invests in pre-seed, seed, and pre-series A. But for a great proposition, we are not really hung up on that.

Yes. Depending upon the model, Sigurd invests in follow-up rounds.

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