David Mott, Founder Partner, Oxford Capital 

As we start a new year, I’ve been reflecting on 2020 and all of the many challenges and opportunities that it brought. It struck me that just over a year ago we handled our first deep tech exit of the year, the sale of Latent Logic to Waymo (part of Google).  This was our first of the year, swiftly followed by the sale of Ultrasoc to Siemens.  We weren’t alone in delivering several exits, data from the Pitchbook-NVCA Venture Monitor illustrated that VC exit values achieved the second highest total ever in Q3 2020.

Working in VC, we all operate at such a pace that it’s easy to just move onto the next challenge without taking a step back to understand what we’ve learnt from everything we’ve achieved.  Particularly when it comes to helping an early-stage company grow to an eventual exit.

So, what was our experience in working with Latent Logic, how did we partner with them to orchestrate their acquisition and what has it taught us as an investment team?

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