Polymath Capital invest in technology that fundamentally changes how we work and how we live. We look at startups that satisfy either of our two main investment principles: optimizing business efficiency or optimizing human efficiency. Our portfolio companies generally fall under the categories of community, longevity, and financial democratization.
Polymath is often the first check that a startup or a founding team sees. We guide founders on the metrics and product maturity that should be in place to raise later stage capital. This includes how to prepare operating models, structure pitch decks, and build a network of growth-stage focused investors.
If you are one of those daring founders who share our principles, we would like to talk to you.