Joe Schorge is the founding and managing partner of Isomer Capital, one of the most formative Fund of Funds in the European ecosystem. This is the second part of a two-part episode and this episode focuses on Joe’s views on disruption in the VC space, the current state of The European ecosystem and how he assesses emerging managers. To top it off, Joe also left us with some clues of what’s coming next for him and for Isomer Capital.
In this episode you’ll learn:
- What it takes to start a VC firm and get interest and money from the best LPs.
- Why GPs attempting to disrupt VC rarely catches Joe’s interest.
- Why being the first and the only is a bad strategy to be fundraising on in VC
- How and why Joe and the Isomer team worked close with the founders of First Entrepreneur.
- Why LPs should consider investing in a Fund of Funds instead of directly into VC funds.