We Founder Circle (WFC), an investment company managed announced that it has invested in 103 deals involving 82 businesses in 2023, thereby positioning itself as the biggest angel investor platform in the nation.
In the past three years, over 1,000 investors from over 400 cities and over 40 countries have invested over $30 million in over 200 deals, as reported by The Economic Times.
“We have built the technology-driven global investment and networking platform Invstt.com for the startup and investor ecosystem and have also supported it with two angel funds,” said Neeraj Tyagi, cofounder and CEO, of We Founder Circle.
WFC invested in 207 deals at 162 businesses in its first three years of business. More than fifteen businesses have secured capital for their next rounds this year.
“The biggest leap that we have taken is by launching our VC fund Avinya Ventures, thus building a unique stage funding investment ecosystem for early-stage investing,” said Gaurav VK Singhvi, managing partner Avinya Ventures and cofounder, WFC.
This year, WFC’s EvolveX global accelerator programme has made investments in more than twenty-five startups.
“Next year, we aim to invest in even a higher number of startups across technology domains,” said Bhawna Bhatnagar, cofounder, WFC, who is leading EvolveX.
About We Founder Circle
By giving them access to a global startup network and funding sources, We Founder Circle helps budding entrepreneurs grow into profitable companies. WFC was founded in 2020 on the simple premise that successful creators will foster innovation by helping up-and-coming business owners.