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Even Your Allergist Is Now Investing in Start-Ups
August 9, 2021
SAN FRANCISCO — On a recent Wednesday evening, 60 people gathered in a virtual conference room to discuss start-up investments. Among them were a professional poker player from Arizona, an allergist in California and a kombucha maker from Tennessee. All were members of Angel Squad, a six-month $2,500 program that aims to help people break into the clubby world of venture capital as individual...
Allocations, a Miami Fintech, raises $4M at a $100M valuation
August 5, 2021
Allocations, the Miami-based fintech startup founded by angel investor Kingsley Advani, raised a $4 million round from a group of angel networks at a $100 million valuation. Allocations, a fund administration platform, built software to help small funds and SPVs set up and operate at the rapid fire pace of today’s venture capital marketplace...
Smaller checks, faster deals: Allocations wants to boost group investing
August 5, 2021
Software is eating the world, including the venture industry. Carta and Assure have made it easier than ever for people to band together on deals. AngelList's venture arm debuted new ways to create rolling funds. But the latest startup to challenge the incumbents in the space is Allocations, a Miami-based startup that's making it easy to create and close special purpose vehicles, or SPVs, ...
Allocations sees a world where myriad, smaller private equity funds are the norm
August 5, 2021
This morning a fintech startup building software to help smaller private equity funds form and operate, announced that it has raised a $4 million round at a $100 million valuation. The startup also shared a host of performance metrics, including that it reached a $4.6 million revenue run rate in June, and a $6 million bookings run rate in the same month...
Smaller checks, faster deals: Allocations wants to boost group investing
Aug 5, 2021
Software is eating the world, including the venture industry. Carta and Assure have made it easier than ever for people to band together on deals. AngelList's venture arm debuted new ways to create rolling funds. But the latest startup to challenge the incumbents in the space is Allocations, a Miami-based startup that's making it easy to create and close special purpose vehicles, or SPVs, in hours.
Allocations, a Miami Fintech, raises $4M at a $100M valuation
Aug 5, 2021
Allocations, the Miami-based fintech startup founded by angel investor Kingsley Advani, raised a $4 million round from a group of angel networks at a $100 million valuation.

Allocations, a fund administration platform, built software to help small funds and SPVs set up and operate at the rapid fire pace of today’s venture capital marketplace.

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