Reverse Problem Solving
Is it a vitamin or a pain-killer?
All B2B startups develop great innovative ideas that serve the business sector. But how many of them answer an existing market pain point?
Why fix it if it ain’t broken ?
Reverse Problem Solving (RPS) is Our Problem First Approach for Enterprise Ventures (B2B). It was modified to suit the VC world by our co-founder, Mr. Ajoy Mallik, and is designed to identify existing pain points within this landscape. The fund works closely with large enterprises and Fortune 500 companies and will seek to invest in ventures with technologies that solve these problems.
We invest money in your startup, and our hearts and souls on making it work!
As with every investment we make, we don’t just give you our money and advice and wish you good luck. As a fund that is spread across different geographic locations and vertical expertise, we also help you grow.
Using our wide enterprise network and wealth of knowledge and experience, we hold your hand along the journey. We help with connections, the sales process, and everything in between to make sure you are on the right track to success.
RPS in Practice
Here are some of our portfolio companies that meet the RPS criteria:
Think your startup’s got what it takes to make it to our wall of fame?
Tell us all about the problem you are solving
and how exactly you are approaching it:
How do you make your investment decision?
We work closely with large enterprises and Fortune 500 companies to identify their main burning pain points. Once we recognize a solution that meets these needs, we start evaluating the different aspects of it (like how easy it is to implement, who the decision maker is in the organization, etc.). If we feel that there’s a strong match, we will take it to the next level.
What is it that you’re looking for?
There’s no specific formula, but the general rule of thumb is that a successful B2B startup is approaching the right PERSON, at the right TIME, with the right SOLUTION for an EXISTING and truly painful problem.
That combination is exactly what we’re looking for when considering an investment in a B2B startup.
Should I just send you my pitch?
You are more than welcome to attach your pitch to the contact form. However, if you want to grab our attention, tell us, in a few sentences, about the problem you are solving, how do you do it, and what stage you’re at. Be sure that we will give you a call if it matches something we are looking for.