RDV(Rough Draft Venture) in Finance


RDV means Rough Draft Ventures. The RDV(Rough Draft Venture) in finance is a saving point for young entrepreneurs.

They are a team that helps college students, move from creating a draft to start-up by investing at a minimum of $5,000-$25,000 at the earliest stage.

RDV is being committed to helping and supporting smart, tech-savvy student entrepreneurs. Being backed by General Catalyst, the rough draft enterprises helped more than 150 businesses, created 550 jobs, and made it possible for businesses to finance over $230 billion.

RDV(Rough Draft Venture) in Finance

RDV was founded in 2012, It is a venture capital firm that is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts (20 university road, Suite 450, MA 02138, United States).

They have a full team of about 35 people and co-investors of about 461 investors.

They invests checks through founder friendly SAFEs via their network of student fellowships.

RDV has backed more than 100 companies, founded by undergraduates, MBA, and PhD entrepreneurs at Tufts, Harvard, MIT, University of Pennsylvania and NYU.

14 of RDV’s entrepreneurs were being named, Forbes’ 30 under 30 honorees according to Forbes.

And some were being selected, to join leading accelerators including Y combinator, Tech stars and the Thiel fellowship.


The RDV is always committing to doing more of building and supporting the largest number of student entrepreneurs.

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