Founder Story

My name is Robbie Sita and I am the Founder of Track Record. After almost a decade investing my own money, I noticed the following trend:

The businesses that consistently generated extraordinary returns in my portfolio were the businesses being built and backed by an entrepreneur who had a track record of success.

After making this realisation, I confined my investing to only businesses being built or backed by successful entrepreneurs because I would make more money, more often by doing this.

However, I quickly became frustrated because I could not systematically find and track successful entrepreneurs to invest in their next business they build or back.

So, I decided to build my own proprietary software that contains a database with millions of entrepreneurs and businesses going back approximately 50 years, which is called the Track Record Platform™. 

The Track Record Platform™ finds, tracks and notifies subscribers when a successful entrepreneur starts, joins or invests in a new business.

This means Track Record is the only place to find out when successful entrepreneurs start, join or invest in a new business.

Subscribers also receive regular detailed company analysis on the best early stage publicly listed (small cap) companies discovered by the Track Record Platform™.

FAQs

Why do investors subscribe to Track Record?

Successful entrepreneurs only start, join or invest in the highest quality opportunities.

Because they use their skill, experience, industry insights and network to analyse the competition, business model, timing, market opportunity (TAM) and team (due diligence), you don’t have to.

As a result, investor can rely on a successful entrepreneur’s involvement in a new venture as validation of the quality of the opportunity.

Track Record provides investors with opportunities that have been qualified by successful entrepreneurs.

So, why wouldn’t you invest in the companies that successful entrepreneurs start, join and invest in?

Subscribe to get notified about the next business they become involved with and receive regular detailed company analysis on the best early stage publicly listed (small cap) companies discovered by the Track Record Platform™.

How does Track Record help investors?

The Track Record Platform™ uses proprietary technology to follow millions of entrepreneurs from across the world, so you don’t have to.

When a successful entrepreneur starts, joins or invests a new venture, Track Record notifies you about the companies you care about (e.g. software companies that are publicly listed, or all companies, it’s totally up to you).

Each company that Track Record notifies subscribers about has a Track Record Score.

What is the Track Record Score?

The Track Record Score provides investors with a rating of a company based on the entrepreneur’s track record of success by taking into account how the successful entrepreneur’s skills, experience and network will help increase the likelihood of this new company being successful.

Companies are scored from 1 to 5, with a score of 5 being the best (darker blue stars).

The higher the score (dark blue colour), the more likely the company will be successful.

The score is determined based on the following 3 metrics:

(1) The entrepreneur’s track record of success building companies (least weighting) is represented by light blue stars;

(2) The entrepreneur’s success in the same industry as the new company they have started, joined or invested in (moderate weighting) is represented by medium blue stars; and

(3) The total shareholder value ($) that the entrepreneur has created through their previous successes (heaviest weighting) is represented by dark blue stars.

Why is the Track Record Score a good indicator of a company’s success?

The 3 metrics above are a good indication of company success because:

How does the Track Record Score work in practice?

For example, if a successful entrepreneur who has built 5 successful technology companies with a combined value of more than $1bn, starts, joins or invests in a technology company, the company would receive a score of 4.

However, if this same successful entrepreneur was to start a biotechnology company, that company would receive a score of 1. 

The Track Record Score takes in account how the successful entrepreneurs skills, experience and network will help increase the likelihood of this new company being successful.

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