#299 – Sundeep Ahuja, Climate Capital - Earth Is A Big Ship And It’s Going To Take A While For Us To Turn This Ship Around

46 minutes

In episode 299, we welcome our guest, Sundeep Ahuja, a three-time founder-turned-investor, who's currently a General Partner at Duro Ventures, Climate Capital, and DVC. In today’s episode, we start by hearing about Sundeep’s entrepreneurial journey, then dipping his toe in angel investing by making his first investment into Goodreads. Then he shares the differences of using Angel List syndicates and rolling funds, and the benefits of each. We touch on why Sundeep decided to devote his investment career to help solve climate change. He explains what areas currently look attractive, why he places a lot of emphasis on the founder when making an investment decision, and how he thinks about valuations.  As we wind down, we talk about specific companies he’s invested in, from food delivery to gaming companies.  All this and more in episode 299 with Climate Capital’s Sundeep Ahuja. 

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