Value Added to Portfolio Companies

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Access to Cornell

Portfolio companies have access to the resources of Cornell across leading departments in engineering, technology, and medicine. In addition, portfolio companies can capitalize on Cornell’s network of globally renowned subject matter experts.

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Business Expertise

With a team of full-time MBA students, BR Venture Fund provides portfolio companies with a vast amount of business expertise from management consultants, investment bankers, venture capitalists, doctors, lawyers and more.

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Technical Expertise

BR Venture Fund operates out of Cornell’s main campus in Ithaca and Cornell Tech in New York City. Cornell Tech connects our portfolio companies to a growing network of computer scientists, data scientists, tech-focused MBAs, and hardware gurus.

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An Interview with Amit Garg, Managing Partner at Tau Ventures

An Interview with Amit Garg, Managing Partner at Tau Ventures

Amit Garg is one of two Managing Partners of Tau Ventures (Tau). Amit and his Partner Sanjay are founders-turned-investors. Amit has worked at two VC funds and has exited those funds for up to 10X. Amit is a strong believer in building and leveraging the community...

An Interview with Brett Andersen, Head of Operations at Bullish

An Interview with Brett Andersen, Head of Operations at Bullish

Brett Andersen is Head of Operations at Bullish, a Venture Capital fund that leads key brand management, strategic and creative initiatives on investment and agency-led partnerships. Brett received her BA from the University of Virginia and her MBA from Harvard...

An Interview with Elisa Miller-Out, Co-Founder of Chloe Capital

An Interview with Elisa Miller-Out, Co-Founder of Chloe Capital

Meet Elisa Miller-Out, Co-Founder of Chlore Capital, a VC firm investing in women-led tech and tech-enabled companies at the seed stage. In this interview with BRV Fund Manager, Adam Lieblich, Elisa discusses her transition from founder to investor and the importance of mentorship. Elisa also shares her advice for founders, students, and anyone looking to break into VC.