About this event
The Sweater Investment Team will dive deep into the Community-Driven Thesis they have developed to guide their investment decisions in the Cashmere Fund.
Broadly speaking, the Community-Driven Thesis helps identify companies that qualify under three primary criteria. They are:
Join the live discussion to learn more, and of course, ask questions! You can also read more in our blog post here.
A recording of this event will be available on-demand for anyone unable to join live.
Danny Qiao is a deal team member focused on Consumer Tech and Consumer Products. His previous professional experiences spanned venture, entrepreneurship, investment banking, and consulting. He earned his BS from Cornell University and his MBA from the Yale School of Management.
Prior to joining Sweater, Cash spent three years at a fintech-enabled impact fund, focused on early-stage companies with social or environmental impact. Cash draws on both a technical and financial background, with time spent at Lucid Software, Banyan Ventures, and Peterson Partners.
Cara has over a decade of experience in growth roles at technology ventures, like Uber and NetSuite, and as an investor focused on early-stage investments at Chicago Ventures and Selwyn Ventures. Cara has an MBA from Northwestern and BBA in Finance from UW-Madison.
Sweater is the first VC fund for everyday investors. Until now, venture capital investing has been an asset class exclusively available to a select few. Sweater is transforming that.
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