Big Sky Capital debuts its $20M fund to invest in enterprise SaaS startups | TechCrunch

News Summary

  • They launched five startups together, some that failed and one that exited, before starting Big Sky Capital.After exiting their company, they began angel investing, writing small checks mainly to enterprise SaaS companies to help build up their portfolio.
  • We had to scale back and go at it as more of an educational tour of what the venture capital funds and why you want to invest.”That ended up adding six months to the fundraising timeline.
  • Meanwhile, cybersecurity is the next war that is going to happen.”Why does it seem like every startup is a SaaS company?
  • “There’s just a tremendous amount of opportunity to improve that space, including utilizing AI for stroke prediction.
Earlystage venture capital firm Big Sky Capital, operating in Miami, Kazakhstan and Singapore, today announced its Fund I with $20 million in capital commitments.Founded by Jahn Karsybaev and Adil [+1941 chars]