DRADS Holdings seeks to provide support and opportunities for advancement as an active advisor to our portfolio companies. Our entrepreneurs will have unparalleled access to assets that are beyond the investment of capital. We look to foster strong management teams by lending our expertise for the execution of fruitful business and financial strategy.
Our company's investment strategy is to identify and support the best of the best enterprises around the world. We employ detailed selection criteria to maximize long-term returns and an astute approach to realize investment potential in addition to identifying potential assets that are typically undervalued or underperforming, locally and globally. through our sound investment strategy. The real strength of the overall DRADS portfolio lies in sector diversity. We have major interests in investment categories ranging from hotels and real estate, airline and cargo, finance and investment services to consumer and retail; DRADS Holdings regularly extends its portfolio to include new opportunities. Current holdings shown do not define the limits of the company’s investment ambitions.
Our preferred investment strategy is to make an early-stage, initial investment (typically post-prototype) and then participate in follow-up financing that support the portfolio company’s growth as it reaches its milestones. We also prefer to make investments with other experienced investors who will continue to support the company as it grows. Accordingly, we seek to co-invest with other venture capital funds and corporate venture teams. Given the right opportunity, we will lead a round of financing, however, we are also comfortable participating as part of an investor syndicate.
DRADS Holdings searches for investments in which the risks associated with technology and market development have been adequately addressed. We look for:
(i) outstanding entrepreneurial management teams capable of executing their vision;
(ii) enabling solutions, disruptive technologies and/or innovative products;
(iii) sustainable competitive advantages and/or high barriers to entry such as unique and defensible intellectual property;
(iv) large, well-defined, growing markets with revenue potential exceeding $5-100 million;
(v) scalable, well-defined business models that demonstrate great growth potential; and
(vi) an identified exit strategy/liquidity event.