Serena Williams talked about her VC fund at Davos of the Hamptons
Serena Williams took the stage to talk about her VC Fund at a special event of the 1640 Society.
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Serena Williams speaks to her VC Fund at Davos of the Hamptons
Serena Williams attended a prestigious gathering of billionaires and business leaders at the 1640 Family Court Fair. Also known as ‘the Davos of the Hamptons.’
In addition, the tennis icon took the opportunity to talk about his new VC Fund.
If you didn’t know, Williams is the head of venture capital called Serena Ventures which he started in 2014. It’s a venture capital firm that focuses on startups and small founders. It also includes women, Latinos, and African Americans.
The firm has successfully raised $111 million in the first funding round in March 2022.
Moreover, this came after she said she was ready to retire after this year’s competition during an interview with Vogue magazine. Regardless, he is getting ready to take the court at the US Open tomorrow.
According to Page Six, the 40-year-old professional athlete spoke at 50 conferences of more than 50 companies about his portfolio.
They included early investments like MasterClass and Noom. In addition, he spoke with Apax Partners’ Alan Patricof, White House spokesman Anthony Scaramucci, and former Marvel CEO Peter Cuneo.
In addition, the list includes Tim Draper, Kent Swig, Nancy Davis, the mediator Nancy Davis and Canyon friends Joshua Friedman among others.
Another story about Davos of the Hamptons
The event’s official website says, ‘The Festival brings together famous families and summer vacationers in the Hamptons, New York’s largest community, as well as international families from the Far East, Europe , and Asia looking for a unique and special place. network, exchange information and new ideas and hear from leaders in the field.’
The annual meeting is invitation-only. It also covers the names of powerful families such as Kennedy, Bush, Ford, Rockefeller, Getty, Johnson, Heinz, and Musk.
According to a news report, this year’s event gave attendees a chance to rub elbows with the band of their choice.
Hillary Latos, editor-in-chief of Impact Wealth Magazine hosted a luncheon at the Water Mill home of Libbie Mugrabi. Publishers Adam Weiss and Angela Gorman joined Latos for lunch.
According to recent reports, VIPs enjoyed a candlelit seaside dinner at Louise Blouin’s home. Blouin previously ran an art media empire. Activities such as ‘Art + Auction.’
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