Beatrice works on our investment team, focusing on investments in consumer internet and marketplaces. She thrives off the contagious energy of founders and loves to partner with them for the long term, but she particularly enjoys the 100 days post investment and the work that goes into setting up frameworks and structure in the chaos of a company’s early stages.
Beatrice joined Talis in 2018 after spending three years working at Jefferies in their Investment Banking division, where she has been involved in several transactions primarily in the Technology, Media and Telecoms space with a combined value of c.$4 billion. Beatrice holds a MSc in Risk and Finance from The London School of Economics and a BSc in Business Administration from Bocconi University.
Beatrice speaks three languages and she grew up in the Italian countryside surrounded by vineyards. When travelling she’ll try and find the best gems of fine dining cuisine or wine tasting spots. Outside of work you’ll probably find Beatrice in an Inferno Pilates class or practising mindful meditation.
Daniel and the Nøie team have an incredible energy and passion for their work: their values and mission are built on both their own first-hand experiences and the frustrations of many.
Founded in 2009 by Sophie Hill, Threads Styling is a chat-based commerce company, providing customers with a bespoke and personalised personal shopping service
Our Principal Beatrice Aliprandi talks about her journey in VC so far, what we’re looking for in 2021 and her mission to fund the women’s healthcare revolution with European Women in VC.
Following Beatrice's research into the femtech space, we've provided a reading list for you to wise-up on the topic.
What are women really looking for in their wellness and fertility journey, and beyond that?
As touched on in my post on Talis’ investment in Construyo, the construction industry is worth over $10 trillion globally. It accounts for close to 13% of global GDP, with 7% of the world’s working population serving the industry.
In 2020, construction is not a digitally-enabled industry. In fact, it’s rather the opposite: in 2020, construction is stuck in the second industrial revolution.
Medbelle is Talis Capital’s first investment in healthtech and we are very proud to be joining signals Venture Capital, Mutschler Ventures, IBB and Cavalry Ventures in contributing to the Berlin-based company’s $7m Series A fundraise.
Which companies are redefining the sector, and what tools have they brought to market to transform the digital patient journey?