Over the past few weeks we’ve heard from Brendan Wallace from Fifth Wall and Assaf Wand from Hippo discuss the biggest opportunities in prop technology, heard why Alex Wang from Scale AI and Dan Levine from Accel think the capital deals – unconventional risk may be the best option and we walked through the Poshmark Series A deck with CEO Manish Chandra and Navin Chaddha from Mayfield.
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In an upcoming episode on Wednesday, May 19, we’ll sit down with Shaun Maguire and Vise CEO and co-founder of Sequoia, Samir Vasavada.
Maguire focuses on enterprise, fintech and cutting edge technology for Sequoia. Companies in its portfolio include AMP Robotics, Knowde, Physna, and Vise. He joined Sequoia in 2019, before becoming a partner at GV, where he led investments in Stripe, Opendoor, IonQ, SpinLaunch, Lambda School, Dandelion Energy, Clutter and Mode and funded the company’s investment in Segment. .
Maguire was also a full-fledged entrepreneur, co-founder of Expanse (a cybersecurity company), which was eventually acquired by Palo Alto Networks for over $ 800 million.
If that wasn’t enough, Maguire also spent two years working at DARPA and was deployed to Afghanistan, part of a team that won a Joint Meritorious Unity Award from the US Secretary of Defense.
Samir Vasavada co-founded Vise in 2016. Vise is an AI-powered investment management platform that aims to give independent financial advisors access to the technology and tools to create and manage personalized portfolios for their clients, thus giving them more time and energy to spend on relationships.
Vise has raised over $ 60 million.
We’ll talk to Maguire and Vasavada about what brought them together, key fundraising tips and how to be successful in the fintech space, and ask questions about the next big opportunity in fintech.
In the second half of the episode, Maguire and Vasavada will don their feedback hats and listen to live elevator pitches from the audience as part of the ECL Pitch-off. People attending the event will be able to raise their hands and introduce their startup to the VC / Founder duo, then answer their questions and get their feedback.
But the only way to present is to introduce yourself. This episode of Extra Crunch Live takes place Wednesday, May 19 at 3 p.m. ET / 12 p.m. PT. Anyone can attend as long as they register here, but on-demand access to content is strictly limited to Extra Crunch members, who also have access to the full library of Extra Crunch Live content, among many other items. and awesome benefits.