Nine Hauser Private Equity Fund Managers Named by Inc. as 2021 Top Founder Friendly Investors

Hauser Private Equity, a global investment firm with offices in North America, Europe, and Asia, has been named Inc. Magazine as one of the top founder-friendly investors for 2021.

The nine Hauser Private Equity Fund Managers have all made it into the top 100 list of founders looking to start companies in the next five years. Forbes also recognized the company as being among the most innovative firms in 2017 due to its focus on entrepreneurship and innovation through investments in early-stage startups worldwide. This is important because entrepreneurs will be able to make connections with these fund managers during this process which could lead to future funding opportunities or partnerships down the line – not only for themselves but also for other individuals they come across in their field.

Of course, it is essential to note that this does not mean any founder will be able to connect with these fund managers solely through Inc. Magazine’s list – they may still need additional qualifications or connections before Hauser Private Equity agrees to meet with them about an investment opportunity.

Mark Hauser, CEO and Founder of the company, said that he was “excited” about this honor by Inc. Magazine because it provides entrepreneurs with a greater chance to find the resources they need when starting their own company. Mark Hauser also expressed his gratitude for being included on such an influential list of founders in 2021 and hopes this will encourage more people around the world to take the initiative to start their own companies.

Hauser Private Equity has been funding startup companies since 2013 and focuses on early-stage, innovation-driven organizations that meet the needs of today’s global economy. The nine fund managers who have recently made Inc Magazine’s top 100 list for 2021 include Mark Hauser (San Francisco), Matthew Farber (New York), Andrew Hauser (Philadelphia), Brett Hansen (San Diego), Scott Chasinier (Chicago), and Paul Giordano, David Schoenthaler, Allen White and Michael Wegner.