Technology driven innovation will proliferate globally through entrepreneurial strive, driving up the efficiency of the global economy. Traditional business models, especially costly closed-network service models, will continue to be disrupted by cheaper and better quality web-based software and service.

The emerging market’s “middle class” consumption will dramatically grow as a share of the overall economy, producing opportunities within targeted industries that will outpace the growth rate of the broader economy. Developed markets will see consumer growth opportunities in niche markets and emerging trends such as organics, super foods, environmental sustainability and energy efficiency.

Energy production globally will rise due to new technologies, increased service efficiency, political will and access to derivative plays. Farmers will become increasingly stronger players in the global farm products value chain. US oil production will continue to surge and natural gas prices will remain relatively low for a prolonged period, creating advantages for US based industrial players using natural gas as an input. Our geographic reach and broad network of investment partners provides access to a wide range of opportunities.


Since inception, Medici Firma has employed a thematic approach for its investment strategy. Within defined sectors, the firm’s board of directors identifies specific and measurable trends to actively guide the firm’s sourcing and investment activities.

+ Finacial Services

+ Internet Technologies & Digital Media

+ Real Assets

+ Consumer Goods & Services

+ Energy