Taking unicorns by the horn

  • Business
  • Saturday, 24 Mar 2018

Good ties: Ozi says if you invest in good relationships, you will get good outcomes.

Singapore-based venture capital (VC) firm K2 Global, which is looking to close its second US$200mil fund this year, has something that other venture capital firms do not have. It is able to bridge Asians to Silicon Valley and invest in some of the world’s most formidable billion dollar tech companies.

Its founder is the unassuming coffee loving Ozi Amanat. He’s been creating deep relationships within the startup ecosystem in the US since he graduated from Harvard back in 2003. 

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