“We are a very successful niche player, and I recalled being asked: why we were planning to be profitable so soon in the model. My response was: because we can. In one of the other 50+ rejections, I heard that the respective fund was not keen to proceed because they had serious doubts I could raise subsequent rounds, my answer to that was that I was building a sustainable company and not a fundraising machine.” Learn more about how Valeria Morozovsky Girimonte was able to break through and raise the first institutional round for REDD Intelligence, the leading intelligence platform for emerging markets.
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Today we speak with entrepreneur Valeria Girimonte, founder of Risk Event-Driven and Distressed Intelligence (REDD). REDD is a leading provider of material intelligence on distressed and high yield event-driven special situations. Originally studying economics in Argentina, Valeria came to NYC to work in finance.