Lumis has been passionate about picking large complex problems of global relevance, and solving them at scale, leveraging India as a crucible. India provides a multi-tier, data-rich, frugal environment to innovate and then take solutions global.
At Lumis, we have always believed that purpose matters most in creating an impact. For years, we have joined hands with some terrific entrepreneurs who, just like us, have a fierce passion for making a difference.
We pick large, complex problems which are of global relevance and bring them to our labs (Supply Chain Labs, Age Care Labs, Work Labs, and Capital Labs). Thereafter, we create structures that are best suited to solve those problems at scale, leveraging India as a crucible.
The trust built by Lumis platform truly acts as a talent magnet, attracting world-class talent that joins us as co-creators in this journey. Our core strength lies in joining hands with such exceptional entrepreneurs and fund managers to build category shaping businesses & funds in select segments that we understand really well.
We are hands-on operating investors and business builders with deep domain expertise. We approach these problems with deep IP assets:
These Labs collaborate with the finest startups, entrepreneurs and management teams in these sectors. The problems we have focused on immensely leverage our domain strength while presenting significant market size headroom and the potential for purposeful solutions at scale.
Structured as a company with marquee shareholders, who bring a combination of intellect, influence, and thought leadership, Lumis leverages the power of balance sheet capital to create the initial torque. This is further multiplied by tailored capital structures which are aligned to the problem we are solving:
From equity infusion for business build-out to purpose specific funds & LP pooled capital
From founding a business, to early stage acceleration to growth capitals
To strike a balance between market cycle driven entry/exits to value creation by long term compounding