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Meet Davit Kezerashvili, a Venture Capitalist who Specializes in Early-stage Tech Startups

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Unprecedented events at the turn of the last decade, such as the novel Covid19 pandemic and the resulting lockdown measures, compelled investors to withdraw from high-risk investments, particularly those involving startups. Proactive venture capitalists, angel investors, and independent businesses, on the other hand, are already adapting to the changing market dynamics post-pandemic. Startups must also adapt seamlessly by overcoming current barriers to obtaining resources or negotiating new terms as potential investors seek to minimize the risk on their investments. Fortunately, even in the world’s recovering economies, some investors are still enthusiastic about supporting the growth of startups.

Davit Kezerashvili is a venture capitalist (VC) who focuses on early-stage tech companies. He believes that the success of venture capital firms in 2021, both in the UK and globally, stems from their determination to push for breakthrough technology in the post-covid environment. The pandemic taught entrepreneurs and investors alike that we must always strive to create new innovative technologies because it is the only way to combat future pandemics and global crises.

Why are Reliable Venture Capitalists Vital for Startups?

Venture capitalists play an essential role in the tech startup ecosystem. Startups with a high growth potential exchange a portion of their ownership stake, or equity, for venture capitalist funding. Investing in early-stage startups represents a considerable risk for venture capitalists, especially since any expected returns are contingent on the startup’s future success. Such bets do not always pay off, but experienced venture capitalists can mitigate multiple losses. Specialist venture capitalists, such as Davit Kezerashvili, conduct due diligence on startup companies in the tech world to determine the strength and capacity of their management teams, the uniqueness of what the startup offers, and their growth potential.

Venture capitalists distinguish themselves from other financiers by investing in startups with up to three times more capital than typical investment. This allows such enterprises to grow much faster than their competitors. Passionate VCs like Kezerashvili go the extra mile and offer startups with no operating history the resources and expertise to guide them through market hurdles. Such resources can protect startups from high-risk situations. The security provided is repaid by giving up a portion of decision-making power or a percentage of company ownership, oftentimes both. It is a win-win situation that has created an enabling environment for tech startups worldwide. Numerous highly successful enterprises of our day and age have benefited from venture capitalist funding while in their infancy, including Twitter, Paypal, Facebook, Airbnb, Xiaomi, and Uber.

The UK’s Thriving Technology Hub

The technological space in the United Kingdom is attracting global attention. In 2021 alone, London’s tech firms raised $25.5 billion, doubling the previous year’s investment margin and shattering all previous records. Even though 2021 was a bad financial year for more traditional businesses, the tech world received an unexpected windfall as imposed restrictions forced people into digital spaces. Surprisingly, venture capitalists invested a whopping $675 billion globally by the end of 2021. The UK’s tech startups were one of the primary beneficiaries of such funding. Despite the disruption caused by the pandemic and Brexit, London-based tech startups are performing exceptionally well and competing on the global stage with other tech hubs. 

According to 2021 statistics, London’s tech hub ranks fourth in the world in terms of venture capitalist investment. The Bay Area leads the tech world with $100.9 billion in venture capital investment, followed by New York ($47.5 billion), Boston ($29.9 billion), and London ($25.5 billion). When comparing VC investments on a national scale, the UK still ranks fourth with $39.8 billion, trailing the United States ($328.8 billion), China ($61.8 billion), and India ($44.6 billion). Given that the UK has one of the fastest-growing tech hubs globally and is already at a record high in terms of venture capitalist investments, its global tech hub ranking will only improve in the coming years.

Davit Kezerashvili Shares his Desire and Enthusiasm for Working with Tech Startups

Davit, the previous defense minister of Georgia, is a reputable statesman. Most importantly, he is a remarkable entrepreneur and investor with a particular interest in global tech startups. Tech startups, according to Davit, are an excellent investment opportunity for the following reasons:

  1. They have a higher growth rate than other companies.
  2. They are more innovative and creative as legacy systems do not constrain them.
  3. They provide a great return on investment.
  4. They have a high potential for success because of their innovative ideas, low overhead costs, and small size. 

Davit also expressed his enthusiasm for the industry’s potential and emerging technological trends. “I believe that technology provides an incredible opportunity for young innovators in today’s job market.” It’s a fascinating field with a very high growth ceiling, even for startups. The world of investing is constantly evolving. Experts predict a surge in investment soon, whether it’s a hot take on the future of AI or the latest scientific breakthrough. We are currently in the early stages of AI investing, with much to learn, which is why we intend to continue investing in the tech space.”

Final Thoughts

The market for tech startups is booming, and investors are flocking to find the next big thing. However, not every startup will succeed, and some will fail spectacularly. Unique venture capitalists like Davit Kezerashvili, who are willing to devote their time to mentoring startups as well as providing innovators with practical solutions, commercial legal strategies, and financial aid, are the wind beneath the wings of the next big tech companies.


Kossi Adzo is the editor and author of He is software engineer. Innovation, Businesses and companies are his passion. He filled several patents in IT & Communication technologies. He manages the technical operations at

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