Alfabeat

Alfabeat is a seed VC fund for enterprise software companies with global potential.

5.0
(1)
Recommend to another founder 90%

Independent rating of Alfabeat VC fund

Overall rating:
5.0
(1)
Recommend to another founder: 90%
Team quality
4.5
Professionalism
Personal qualities
Integrity
Respect and decency
Experience
Relevant expertise
Investment process
5.0
Approachability
Clarity of the process
Speed of the process
Responsiveness
Ease of the process
Due diligence
None
Value add
5.0
Supportiveness
None
Value add beyond financing
None
Board activity
None
Terms
None
Founder friendly
Help with follow-up rounds
None

About Alfabeat VC fund

Founded:
2015
Number of investments:
14
Number of exits:
1
Headquarters:
Organization type:
Venture Capital

Portfolio - latest investments by Alfabeat VC fund

Founders' reviews of Alfabeat VC fund

Team quality
4.5
Professionalism
Personal qualities
Integrity
Respect and decency
Experience
Relevant expertise
Investment process
5.0
Approachability
Clarity of the process
Speed of the process
Responsiveness
Ease of the process
Value add
5.0
Founder friendly
Recommend to another founder 90%
Older than a year by non-portfolio founder
Verified by BOUND
These guys stand out for multiple reasons
Pros
Very professional approach, seemed very founder friendly. Structured and clear process with clear milestones. One of the main partners flew to Prague to see us. Even though they did not invest at the end, it was one of the few funds that stayed in touch for possible future rounds (you know all of them say "let's stay in touch for future" - but very few actually do). They are now even running an initiative to provide couching and mental health support to founders in their portfolio - at their own expense. It's the only fund I know of offering something like this. They had more stuff like this - for instance a full day strategy workshop with the funding team - that made them stand out from the others. Lastly, I liked their clear - and clearly communicated -focus on a certain phase of the companies, in their case on companies who got seed round but didn't for one reason or another grow or mature to series A yet. This gives them concentrated know-how and best practices they can pass to founders in this stage.
Cons
The only con I can think of is that they are partially investing public government money which comes with it's set of limitations and needs - like for instance to have a legal entity in Poland to invest to.
Advice for management
Good luck with your second fund!
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