By the numbers it looks pretty good: Miami-based Secocha Ventures, led by Managing Partner Sanket Parekh, deployed $9.3 million in 19 deals in 2019, after deploying $8 million in 17 deals in 2018. In 2019, Secocha also kicked off a formal fund structure. “We did two deals in India last year and we also did a transaction in Israel in addition to the deals we did in the US,” Parekh said. “2020 is already shaping up well to follow in the same path.”
In South Florida, Secocha is an investor in CarePredict, a fast-growing healthcare technology company in senior care. Parekh, a third-generation entrepreneur who leads all Secocha’s investments, also serves on CarePredict’s board. Secocha also invested in Home61, the Miami-based real estate tech startup that recently closed down.