Our vision is global.
Our focus is growth.
Our founders have both.
We want to enable big, disruptive ideas with lasting impact. We want to help the daring build legendary companies, and we want to be alongside the greatest tech entrepreneurs executing on their visions. We play an active role in accelerating the efforts of smart, mission-driven founders solving difficult problems. We believe in courage, grit, and passion. So, we invest in companies that reflect our best vision for the future.
If you are a forward-looking entrepreneur living on the edge of business and technology, we want to invest in you and give you the support you deserve.
We are looking for the creative spirits, the underdogs, the resolute, the indefatigable, the defiant, the fighters, the true believers.
We are looking for founders who are scrappy, formidable, mission-oriented, obsessed, relentless, sharp, and fast-moving.
They must be strong communicators and infectious evangelists, capable of making tough decisions while executing on ambitious goals.
Our general preference is to fund earlier stages of Pre-Seed, Seed, Seed+, and Series A & B rounds.
However, if the opportunity continues to be large enough, we could consider participating in later funding rounds as well.
Other than providing capital, we are here to serve, offer help and advice to the best of our abilities when asked for.
We believe we have the knowledge and experience, through our track record of investing in winners, to provide you with the necessary guidance when required. Our connections could open doors of opportunities for you and even forge new relationships for win-win collaborations.
We do not seek to push or prescribe. Ultimately, it is you and your team who are running the show, and we are here to support you in your journey to succeed.
We are investing to achieve outsized returns. This is no different from how we invest via Vision Capital, our publicly listed investments portfolio, though we expect the payoff to be bigger and the distribution more skewed for Vision Capital Ventures.
As we are investing in a future of possibilities and probabilities, we believe the gains from our outsized winners will far outweigh that of all the losses.
When we invest in you, we want you to be that outsized winner.
Fintech, Software, Consumer Tech, Climate Tech, Fitness Tech, GovTech, Materials Tech, MedTech, BioTech, Food Delivery, E-gaming, Robotics Process Automation and Charity Tech.
VISION CAPITAL VENTURES
Chief Investment Officer
Eugene Ng is the Founder and Chief Investment Officer of Vision Capital & Vision Capital Ventures. He is also an author of the Amazon best selling book, "Vision Investing: How We Beat Wall Street & You Can, Too!". Eugene is also an Angel and Early-Stage Investor, having invested in over 50 startups.
Vision Capital Ventures currently manages only own private family funds, and focuses on investing only in private companies and early-stage startups, that reflect our best vision for our future, changing & shaping the world for the better.
Born and raised in Singapore, Eugene studied economics and finance where he received his Summa Cum Laude from the Singapore Management University in 2008. Eugene is also a keen sportsman and he represented the Singapore National Team in Water Polo in the 2007 Southeast Asian Games, winning their 22nd consecutive Team Gold.
Eugene’s career in Finance spans over 11 years. His career started in 2008, joining Citi as a Management Associate for 3 years. Subsequently he was with J.P. Morgan providing FX and Interest Rates sales & advisory for corporates for over 8 years where he was a Vice-President.
Any investments or portfolio companies mentioned, referred to, or described on this page are not representative of all investments in vehicles managed by Vision Capital Ventures and Eugene Ng and there can be no assurance that the investments will be profitable or that other investments made in the future will have similar characteristics or results. Further, the list of portfolio investments may not be updated frequently, and as such may not reflect most recent investments. Past results of investments are not necessarily indicative of future results.