Euler Bropleh, Founder and Managing Director of VestedWorld Speaks to Northwestern Law Students

As part of the DPELC-MSL Speaker Series, we recently welcomed Euler Bropleh, Founder and Managing Director of VestedWorld, to share his interesting journey from law to venture capital. Euler began his career at top global law firms; it was his law firm experience that sparked his belief in economic development as the best way to alleviate poverty.  In 2014, Euler left his law career to launch his career as an entrepreneur – he founded VestedWorld, a venture capital fund focused on investing in early stage businesses in Sub-Saharan Africa and South America.

Euler explained that his journey to entrepreneurship began as a law student, when he explored entrepreneurial courses and learned how important it was to understand both the law and business worlds. In describing his journey from law to venture capital, Euler detailed the nuances of his current role in helping early stage companies reach their full potential by managing challenges like capital, logistics, marketing strategy, and securing investors.  For a look at some of Euler’s work, check out VestedWorld’s 2018 Investor Trip Video!

The DPELC-MSL Speaker Series brings a wide range of experts to the law school for dynamic conversations focused on the latest legal and business issues in the entrepreneurial world. Speakers share their entrepreneurial journeys and reflect on their observations.  Past guests include notable figures like Green Sands Equity Managing Director Frank Floessel, Uptake General Counsel Andrew Polovin, PAWS Chicago Founder Paula Fasseas, among others.

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