HXTV | Operating Models as a Tool presented by S3 Ventures
About this Event
Livestream link: https://youtu.be/aqV5I4nE5Mo
About the event:
Join Yael Katz, Founder/CEO of Houston start-up Braincheck, and Aaron Perman from S3 Ventures for a discussion on how to leverage a strong operating model to accelerate the growth of your business and the speed of your fundraising process. In this session, they’ll share best practices, answer questions from attendees, and offer up financial planning resources.
Since our firm’s inception over fourteen years ago, we have been fortunate to have a single limited partner — a highly-philanthropic family office — whose multi-billion dollar foundation is primarily focused on addressing social inequities through family-oriented initiatives — including community and maternal health services, early-childhood education, criminal justice reform, and inclusive neighborhood development.
Our single-LP model is also of great benefit to our entrepreneurs: without the distraction of constant fundraising, our entire team can dedicate more time and resources to helping our portfolio companies succeed. With this unique structure, we are unencumbered by many of the mandates and timing constraints faced by traditional venture capital firms — better aligning us with the needs of founders and their companies.
As a result, we have been able to back 40+ entrepreneurs with the patient capital and true resources required to build companies that truly make big (Texas-sized!) impacts.
Founded in 2015 by neuroscientists and technologists Dr. David Eagleman and Dr. Yael Katz, BrainCheck helps reduce the human and economic toll of cognitive impairment and dementia through its interactive cognitive assessment and cognitive care planning technology.
Hundreds of hospitals and clinical practices use the BrainCheck platform, to help thousands of patients live better and safer lives at home, to decrease caregiver frustration, and to save health systems trillions of dollars.