What stage do you invest in?
We make initial investments at the seed stage. We are interested in both pre-revenue startups (with demonstrated proof of concept) as well as revenue-generating companies seeking capital to accelerate their growth. We make follow-on investments in our portfolio companies on a deal-by-deal basis.
Do you specialize in any particular industries?
Yes. We actively invest in early stage technology companies innovating in Health & Wellness, PropTech and FinTech.
Any specific geographic focus?
We are a 'Miami-first fund'. This means that we are prioritizing the review of and investment in opportunities in South Florida. However, we also make investments in seed stage companies located in other cities such as New York City, Boston and San Francisco.
How do I get you to invest in my big idea?
If you have an executive summary or investor deck, please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How long will it take for us to hear back from you?
We do our best to review pitch decks within 48 hours. While we believe in fast answers some weeks are busier than others.
Why did you start Krillion Ventures?
We are entrepreneurs ourselves and wanted to build a fund by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs that was anchored in Miami. With complementary skill sets, we joined forces to provide capital, connections and counsel to early stage entrepreneurs.
How old is your fund?
We launched Krillion Ventures in January 2014, the year of the horse. The horse is not only a symbol of traveling, but also a sign of speedy success.
What is Krillion Ventures Charitable Fund?
We are investing in entrepreneurs as well as in Miami. We are committed to maximizing the return on investment for our fund and are dedicated to strengthening South Florida to help to make it an even better place to live, work and learn. Our Krillion Ventures Charitable Fund makes donations to education-focused organizations and projects throughout South Florida.
By the way, what exactly is a ‘krillion’?
Sorry to disappoint, but we didn’t name our fund after a planet from Star Trek. Rather, we blended our last names – Krinzman and Miller – and added an ‘ion’ for good luck. After all, lots of large numbers end in ‘ion’!