ALLVP: Pioneering Seed Capital in Mexico
2014 | Case No. E529 | Length 24 pgs.
Learning ObjectiveThis case describes the characteristics of the early stage financing industry in developing economies and how it evolves over time as well as presents the key players for venture financing in Mexico. This case follows the founders from the planning stages, the fundraising efforts and the execution of the investment thesis of fund I to the first closing of fund II. It discusses the challenges of raising and operating a venture capital fund in a developing economy.
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