To get a grip on who Carta wants to fund and why, TechCrunch caught up with James McGillicuddy, who heads up strategy for the company. Starting with the basics, the capital that Carta Ventures plans to invest will come out of Carta’s own accounts. McGillicuddy said that the entity will invest “balance sheet capital, with no outside structure,” meaning that the setup is “very much from the corporate ventures playbook.”
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