Building Economies With AI

About Us

Falcon Venture Partners is an early and growth stage AI-centric venture fund that takes an active management approach to VC. Our partners and members of an investment committee bring deep domain and due diligence expertise. We invest in FinTech, Healthcare, Entertainment, and Consumer Goods companies with early revenue, a product, a distinct value proposition and diverse teams. Our partners are accomplished entrepreneurs, executives, and investors with operating experience in the US, Europe, and the Balkans. We have a prior track record of building startups, raising funds, and profitable exits through M&A. Our main offices are in Sarajevo and New York City.


We seek to invest in companies that are looking to make AI integral part of their business model, either as an enhancement to their existing products, or as a core product. Our pipeline consists of companies with strong technological fundamentals, cohesive teams, and experienced entrepreneurs with a successful track record of building profitable businesses. We partner with founders to help them execute their mission and make the best use of invested capital to accelerate growth of their ventures.

AI powered back-office workforce management

Back-office workforce management market to hit $6.71 billion globally by 2028. Markets requiring this solution are all very large: telecom, BFSI, transportation, e-commerce and driven by rise in demand for cloud-based platforms workforce management and automation. Company has proprietary solution and signed up several telecoms in various countries in a short period of time.

No-code platform for developing AI audio applications

AI platform that shortens lengthy data collection, continuous development of audio AI applications, does not require multidisciplinary team to execute, and standardize use of development tools. Global sound recognition market projected to be $8.5 billion by 2027. Audio AI applications autonomous car market projected to be worth $197 billion worldwide by 2030 with 25.7% CAGR.

Automating cloud infrastructure for ML model deployment

Revolutionizing computing for AI applications by automating and personalizing infrastructure setup for ML models. Achieves 230x faster model execution than the existing cloud solutions. Key enabler of data annotation market projected to grow to $13.69 billion by 2030 registering a CAGR of 26.3% from 2021 to 2030.

Crowd-sourced platform for building 3D maps

Wide applications in autonomous vehicles, AR, robotics, gaming, navigation. Technology provides a constantly updated replica of real physical environments using every day’s devices like smartphones. Global autonomous vehicles market is estimated to reach $196 billion by 2030 at a 25.7% CAGR.

“One of the most important societal benefits of the fund is its contribution to tech markets and related ecosystem”

Falcon Venture Partners, 2022



Ned Lomigora

Ned is a Founder and Managing Partner at Falcon Venture Partners. His work in AI started at MIT AI Lab, where his research resulted in the formation of the Auto ID center, which received significant funding.

Ned was a managing partner of a private equity fund investing in advanced manufacturing companies. He has built and successfully exited several technology startups in the US and advised numerous startup founders over the course of his career.

Ned has built a global software consulting business catering to Fortune 100 clients and launched an AI startup. Ned graduated from MIT with MS, and IIT with BS, both in Mechanical Engineering.


Musan Duric

Musan is a General Partner at Falcon Venture Partners. Musan is a Managing Director at Werth Ventures overseeing $100M in healthcare venture capital investments where he is responsible for execution, sourcing, due diligence, negotiating and structuring investments. Musan sits on boards of several portfolio companies.

Previously Musan worked in Finance at Aetna/CVS Health Supporting the development of transformation initiatives & products. Musan started his career in fixed income covering a $1.2B portfolio of investment grade bonds and below investment grade bonds and loans.

Musan is a graduate of the University of Connecticut where he received a B.S. in Finance. He is also an MBA candidate at the University of Connecticut in Finance.


Roberta Brzezinski

Roberta serves as Chair of the Investment Committee at Falcon Venture Partners. She is the CEO of Capitalworks Emerging Markets Acquisition Corp and Managing Partner of Capitalworks Emerging Markets Advisor, both subsidiaries of Capitalworks Group, an independent alternative assets management firm investing across a range of strategies in global emerging markets. Roberta brings over 20 years of principal private equity investment experience to FVP.

Roberta began her career as an Investment Officer at International Finance Corporation and has held several management positions at private equity firms, both US based and internationally. She also served as a senior deal leader for a Canadian pension fund, Caisse de Depot et Placement du Quebec. Roberta has successfully acquired and grown companies in retail, real estate, and financial services, with lead responsibility for operational and financial management, and has exited growth equity, quasi-equity, and mezzanine investments. As a Chief Investment Officer at TAU Investment Management, Roberta led investment strategy, built a deal team, generated a $500 million deal pipeline, and advised on fundraising for a startup private equity manager with presence in New York and Asia. She was also one of the four original partners of Abris Capital Partners, a Central European growth buyout firm now investing its third fund.

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Tatjana Vucic

Tatjana is a member of the Investment Committee at Falcon Venture Partners. Tatjana held leadership roles at the Ministry of Science and Technology of Republika Srpska, Rectorate of the University of Banja Luka, IT company LANACO, telecom company MTEL, and Bit Alliance, the leading association of IT companies in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Tatjana was named Woman of the Year 2021 in Bosnia, and named one of the Top 100 Women in Social Enterprise and Innovation by Euclid Network.

Tatjana is very active in the non-profit world where she was President of the Board at BH Futures Foundation, and founder of Youth Camps for Programmers. Tatjana is a certified NLP Coach, Inspire Expert and TA Practitioner consulting top leaders in the Balkan’s, EU and USA. She is a member of MENSA International. One of the titles Tatjana is the most proud of is being a single mother of three children.

Tatjana holds an BS in International Economics and Management, MS degree in Innovation and Technology, both from BOCCONI University in Italy. She attended LSE, Cambridge University, University of Sussex, HEC Montreal, University of Chicago, and University of Illinois, and completed her degree in Strategic Management and Leadership at HARVARD University, with the highest GPA.

What is unique about Falcon Venture Partners?

Domain Expertise

We have domain expertise such as Artificial Intelligence, and verticals such as fintech, healthcare, and experience in developing a deal flow in the Western Balkans.

Focus on Western Balkans

We all have experience working in Western Balkans, and know how to navigate the region’s legal, accounting, social, political, and other currents to create an impact.

Hands-on Approach

From board-level involvement, to hands-on weekly interactions, we help our portfolio companies with practical advice and expertise in all aspects of running business, from developing new clients, to creating a minimum viable product.

Empowering Women Entrepreneurs

Closing the gender gap in Western Balkans tech sector will lead to more competitive performance, inclusive management, and higher productivity. We favor companies with women in executive roles.

“The WB tech market must focus on product development over the next decade through access to fresh growth capital to make such companies attractive to US and EU institutional investors.“

Falcon Venture Partners, 2022

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