Our story starts with another story. In 1946, Harvard business professor and WWII army general, Georges Doriot, created the first public venture capital fund and became the founding ‘Father of Venture Capital’. He wanted to give the public better access to opportunity. What is venture capital today? The playground for the wealthy and connected, who monopolize the profits of the entrepreneurial economy.
It’s time to change the game. Inspired by Doriot’s vision, we’re bringing venture capital back to its roots. Everyone can and should have access to the high-potential investment opportunities that shape our economy.
Doriot empowers the next wave of entrepreneurs and investors to play the startup investing game.