Venture Capital

VC Firms around world know that the single greatest determinant of success of their investment is the people that are behind it. We help firms across the country increase their chances of success by providing expertise to PortCos in finding, managing, developing and retaining their people.

Wrapping all of our solutions into one, we’ve partnered with several firms around the US to onboard PortCos into our ASO (Administrative Services Offering), giving early-stage founders an alternative to PEO’s, which are known to be minimally supportive, lack forward-thinking, strategic HR expertise, and quickly become cost-prohibitive, and unscalable.

Combining fractional, white-glove HR with scalable, intuitive technology, we ensure 1) that growing VC-backed startups receive the strategic HR/People Operations guidance that a scaling business needs, and 2) that they’ll never have to pay the PEO penalty, incurring exorbitant switching costs to rip and replace their HR infrastructure.

How we can help VC Firms and growing Portfolio companies.

Administrative Service Organization; the more scalable alternative to PEO’s that can be leveraged by firms and Portfolio companies.

Professional Search & Recruitment Process Outsourcing, both for firms seeking high-caliber talent, and Portcos scaling up, and seeking transformative operators.

Fractional VC Platform; for firms that don’t want to shoulder the overhead of full-time Platform resources, SCG has a Fractional offering assisting with Community, Events, Business Development, Marketing, Network Development, etc.

SCG’s Talent Community; allow portfolio companies access to SCG’s proprietary Talent Community, featuring highly-vetted, self-selected Operating talent looking for new roles at startups.

SCG Capital’s Fund-of-Funds, which invests in early-stage managers, focused on Technology investments.

Project-based HR outsourcing; for firms and PortCos with more transactional HR/People Operations needs, we can assist.

Ready to make your people your most valuable asset?