IU Philanthropic Venture Fund has recently announced its first successful exit from the fund's investment portfolio with the acquisition of Doxly.
Doxly is an Indianapolis-based company led by founding CEO and IU alumna Haley Altman and Executive Chairman Christopher Clapp. It is a software as a service product that helps users collect and centralize legal documents in one place.
The IU Philanthropic Venture Fund invests in IU-connected companies and startups, and earned equity returns to the fund.
IU Ventures is a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering Indiana University faculty, alumni and friends to support and invest in IU-affiliated innovation. The IU Philanthropic Venture Fund is one of its three major programs that aim to provide opportunities for IU-affiliated individuals and support growing enterprises. Read the Entire Article
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