Golden Gate Ventures: Fundraise Decisions

By Federico Antoni, Jeffrey Conn
2021 | Case No. E769 | Length 14 pgs.
This case explores the founding story and growth trajectory of Singapore-based venture capital firm Golden Gate Ventures as it grows its operations and asset base alongside the rapidly growing venture ecosystem in Southeast Asia. It also analyzes the core venture capital fund business model and evaluates a consequential decision regarding the firm’s upcoming fundraise.

Learning Objective

Learning objectives include developing an understanding of the basic fund economics of venture capital firms, operating a venture capital fund in a developing economy, and evaluating the cultural and operational implications of fundraising decisions.
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