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We co-invest in startups and ventures from pre-seed, seed and early stages that are redefining lifestyle as we know it. To date we have invested in over 24 ventures through LeAD through our investment office based in Bahamas.

We partner with corporate and private investors. As innovation consultants, we share our expertise in IP acquisition, investment portfolio, sales and marketing, insights in industry trends and best practices.

Our venture builder program offers guidance, expertise, community, know-how and fundraising. We have expertise in business planning, leadership team recruitment, community building, branding and go-to-market, financial planning and more.

People with ideas, people with vision, people with courage, people with talents & people with resources need to come together to accelerate the world into the future.

Venture Capital

We define Zeitgeist as the dynamic interplay of People, Places and Culture. These are the three cardinal points that we always use to orient ourselves. They form the basis of every thing we do.

As a part of our venture ecosystems, we also build accelerators. We plan to launch more acceleration programs in the near future. Besides acceleration, we also have short mentorship workshops for startups looking for support.

Our investment club is a network of close friends, with whom we invest in startups that will redefine lifestyle categories. We offer co-investment, deal flows, portfolio business growth and an investor network.

Innovation Consultants

Thinking and solving
problems of tomorrow

Places with the right ecosystem, with good infrastructure and access and navigable rules are the breeding grounds for innovation.

As we emerge from the global grip of Covid-19, it’s clear that this trend is here to stay with environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) investment doubling in 2020. Investors are no longer measuring their returns in purely financial terms, and even the world’s largest asset management companies now include ESG scoring when reporting on clients’ investments.

As a passionate surfer, an analogy of catching the right wave absolutely sums up my view of the zeitgeist. Sure, there are lots of waves that look good, but understanding which ones have true momentum and won’t simply fizzle out is essential. It’s no different in business. For companies looking for investments to propel their growth, the ability to tap into trends and unlock current sentiment can be the difference between becoming a Fortune 500 company and being stuck on the “one to watch” list.

The first area that I see to be offering incredible possibilities for both investors and entrepreneurs is the health and well-being sector. Wellness had already emerged as a space with huge potential; however, the change in consumer behavior triggered by the pandemic caused it to skyrocket, particularly the online well-being industry. Be it a digital fitness experience or a mindfulness app, Covid-19 forced consumers to put a greater focus on simple living and take time back for their physical and mental health.

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A company looking to grow and attract investment may have done everything right — crunched the numbers, provided a solid business plan, developed a compelling story — yet there’s no guarantee those components will deliver success.

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There’s a secret sauce that’s hard to capture on a spreadsheet and something that isn’t taught in schools. It requires entrepreneurs to tune into great people, strategic places and a thriving culture. Enter the zeitgeist, or ‘‘the spirit of the time,” which defines periods of history according to the prevailing ideas and beliefs.

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