Inflection Point Ventures will open a $50 million venture capital fund

On March 21, Inflection Point Ventures (IPV), a CXO-led angel investment platform, announced the opening of Physis Capital, a CAT II fund with a corpus of $50 million and a greenshoe option. of $25 million. The fund intends to raise $20 million in its first close, with investments focused on companies seeking pre-series A to B funding. The overall objective of the fund is to establish a portfolio of approximately 15-20 companies with an average ticket size of at least $2.5M, with a focus on vertical commerce, consumer tech, social/content creators, SaaS B2B and business technology.

The fund is in the final stages of the registration process, pending required approvals from the Securities and Exchange Board of India. Founded in 2018, IPV has over 6,000 members who support new era entrepreneurs with monetary and experiential capital. The fund already has popular startup names such as Truly Madly, Loan Kuber, Raaho, Drop Shop and Milk Basket in its portfolio.

“Our goal now is to consolidate our leadership position in the development capital investment segment. This fund is intended to invest in selected startups from pre-Series A to Series B, in order to enable their success thanks to an integrated ecosystem, composed of mentoring and technical, operational, commercial and strategic support, as well as than funding,” said Vinay Bansal, Partner, Physis Capital. With this fund, partners Vinay Bansal, Mitesh Shah and Mr. Ankur Mittal seek to replicate the success of their First Port Capital (Angel Fund) and IPV angel investment platform. In fact, approximately 50% of the fund size will be deployed to support consistent and proven LPI portfolio winners.

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