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2 Bain VCs say the firm is on the hunt for early-stage founders. Here's an exclusive look at Bain's plan to support 'outlier' entrepreneurs and nurture unicorn-track startups

2 Bain VCs say the firm is on the hunt for early-stage founders. Here's an exclusive look at Bain's plan to support 'outlier' entrepreneurs and nurture unicorn-track startups
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Bain Capital Ventures partners Ajay Agarwal and Aeref Hilaly said that the firm is looking to invest in early-stage founders who can "create markets" and "change the world."




Part of the firm's strategy is leveraging the larger Bain Capital network to assist with things like early customer acquisition and preparations for the IPO roadshow.




Here's a look at what the 2 VCs look for in early-stage founders.




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Bain Capital Ventures has built a reputation by backing later-stage growth investments in high-profile startups like SendGrid, which sold to Twilio for $3 billion, and DocuSign, which raised $629 million in an IPO in 2018.
But Ajay Agarwal, a partner with Bain Capital Ventures, told Business Insider that a number of their early-stage investments are currently on the unicorn track, including Moveworks, Redis Labs, Attentive, and JustWorks.
"We love meeting founders at the earliest stages," said Agarwal, who added that, while the firm is doubling down on Seed and Series A investments, it supports startups throughout their entire life cycle.
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