Many companies are excellent for a lot of reasons. They have fancy names that you like, they have decent public relations department, they rake in great turnover, and top of the list is that they are the standard every other company aspires to be.
You probably aspire to have a company on the list too someday, which is one great aspiration. However, look at the list again and identify those companies you like; the ones you have an unexplainable affinity with. Those companies can work for you beyond just loving on them. I mean, if you can’t get your company to be on the Fortune 500, why not just own a piece of a Fortune 500 companies instead?
Many wealthy individuals are doing this. A lot more have done it. The process of acquiring a piece of such reputable companies might be complicated at first. However, with a worthy financial partner, you can have your piece without breaking a sweat, click here to learn how.
Serena Williams in an interview said, “If you’re going to partner with someone, make sure you have good partners.” The athlete has been quietly investing in early-stage startups since 2014.
It doesn’t matter if the company you like is in the world’s top 100, as long as you buy into the values of the company and you believe in it, you can own equity in the company and make it work for you.
For Serena, she invests in companies with diverse leadership, especially companies with female founders. She is doing so with her through her Serena Ventures along with Female Founders Fund, Reign Ventures, and Bumble Fund. It is not strange that the athlete’s investment goes to under-represented groups and people of colour, firms led by female founders raised only 3% of all venture capital, according to PitchBook.
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