Nov 24, 2020
Fabrice Grinda is a Founding Partner at FJ Labs, is a stage-agnostic consumer facing-fund headquartered in New York City. They invest in ambitious founders solving big problems. They have investments in more than 600 investments around the world including Alibaba Group, Airbnb, Beepi, Fanduel, Dropbox, and many more, and have had over 300 million investment exits.
Fabrice was a Co-founder and former CEO of OLX, and drove the company’s business development, investor relations, M&A and product development efforts in his capacity as co-CEO. Prior to OLX, he was the founder and CEO of Zingy Inc., a mobile media startup which he successfully grew to $200 million in content sales in just four years. Fabrice was also the Co-founder and former CEO of Aucland, one of the three largest auction websites in Europe.
Forbes named Fabrice as the number one Angel Investor in 2018, which was measured by the number of investments and exits that he has done over the years.
We all have to make decisions every day. Some decisions are incredibly crucial because they could be life-changing or business-transforming. This could come in the form of choosing which company to invest in or finalizing the next steps in your business. Whatever it is that you need to decide on, there’s one thing that’s absolutely certain: you don’t want to base your decision on a guess.
Now, what if there was a framework that you can follow that will help you make these critical decisions in a more informed and structured way? Prolific angel investor Fabrice Grinda has a four-step framework that he uses to make groundbreaking decisions. He says that following this framework helps him and his company, FJ Labs, determine which businesses they should consider investing in. What does the framework do and how can you maximize the results that you get from using it?
In this episode of Inspired Insider, Fabrice Grinda, Founding Partner at FJ Labs shares some amazing insights and tips on how to make the right decisions with host Dr. Jeremy Weisz. They’ll also be talking about Fabrice’s illustrious career as a successful venture capitalist, the criteria he uses to select potential businesses to invest in, and the things that Fabrice learned through some of his craziest wins and biggest misses. Stay tuned.