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Sanjeev Krishnan

Sanjeev Krishnan
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Sanjeev Krishnan

Chief Investment Officer and Managing Director

Sanjeev is the Chief Investment Officer and a managing director at S2G Ventures, and has been with the firm since its inception. He has nearly 20 years of experience in sourcing, executing, managing and exiting venture and private equity investments, including a focus in agriculture and food companies. As Managing Director, Sanjeev is active in developing investments and managing portfolio companies, serving on many portfolio company boards. His portfolio work ranges from genetics, crop protection, soil health, digital/IOT, crop insurance, merchandising, indoor agriculture, novel flavor and ingredients, new protein development, unique processors and brands that will feed the changing consumer.

He is passionate about the role of innovation, entrepreneurship, markets and system investing as a theory of change. Sanjeev has worked in the intersection of sustainability, technology and health in many regions, including Europe, Africa, Asia and North America. He has invested over $1B in venture and growth stage firms throughout his career.

Sanjeev began investing as a co-founder of the life sciences practice at the IFC, the $99 billion private investment arm of the World Bank. His previous investment roles include CLSA Capital Partners, Global Environment Fund, World Bank Group’s IFC and JPMorgan. Sanjeev is a graduate of the London School of Economics and Political Science.

ARTICLES
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Resilient Supply Chains Part 1: Unlocking the Power of Data

Digital platforms that synthesize data streams and deliver actionable insights will make the entire supply chain more resilient.

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Benson Hill Going Public in SPAC Merger

Benson Hill will become publicly listed through a business combination with special purpose acquisition company Star Peak.

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10 Billion for Carbon Negative Food Transition

S2G challenges the private market to catalyze $10 billion over the next 3 years directed at transitioning to a carbon negative food system.

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