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New Managers October 2018

SEEDERS & PLATFORMS: CreativeCap Advisors announces inaugural class

 

CreativeCap Advisors announces inaugural class

CreativeCap Advisors has announced that it has selected five companies to join its inaugural Fall 2018 Class for the Global Emerging Manager Incubator.

"We are thrilled to welcome and unveil our inaugural Fall 2018 Class. Each company we are welcoming offers something special and unique to the mix and many have even gained recognition in their own right," said Tyra S. Jeffries, Founder and CEO of CreativeCap Advisors. "Our global incubator is focused on aiding high-potential start-up funds to gain access to the right tools and resources to grow, scale and further develop their businesses. We are pleased to highlight that while we selected a small number of companies to join this class, the diversity statistics are off the charts, which is really a testament to our admissions process. We are headed in the right direction of our ambitious plan in being the first and largest global incubator of high-potential emerging managers from around the world."

CreativeCap Advisors is proud to welcome the following five companies to the Global Emerging Manager Incubator's Inaugural Fall 2018 Class

• Mayar Capital is a London-based investment firm focused on long-only value investing across the global equity market and adhering to a disciplined investment-checklist based process. For more information visit: https://mayarcapital.com

• Social Impact Capital is a New York City-based venture capital firm focused on investing in earlystage companies where the driver of the business is a social good. For more information visit: https://social-impact-capital.com

• Science Fiction Ventures is a San Franciscobased early-stage venture capital firm focused on investing in deep technology companies. The fund is currently launching for more information on it's founding team visit: www.chainfundcapital.com

• Enhanced Investment Partners is a Chicagobased domestic eq......................

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This article was published in Opalesque's New Managers a top-down monthly analysis, news and research publication on the global emerging manager space.
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