You made it through the partner meeting, your email dings, your phone rings — good news: the VCs liked your company enough to proceed to the next step: due diligence. Usually, the word will come from your “inside coach”, [...]
A series of articles about getting through the VC process from a serial entrepreneur who now sitting on the other side of the table.
So far so good. You gathered the materials I described in Step 0, [...]
Most traditional publishers have realized that another major change in the way the masses consume their content is well under way. They learned well a decade ago when the internet wave hit shore that it is better to at least think about technology cresting on the horizon to [...]
About MeI am the Managing Director of RTP Ventures, the U.S. operation of a $700M+ international Venture Capital fund. I was also a Venture Partner at Greycroft. I am a three-time founder and CEO of software companies including Plumtree Software and Elastra. Spent most of my life working on databases and working with VCs. Finally bit the bullet and joined one. Ready for something new. Passionate and intense about Software and New York City. (I know where the title comes from, and... the falcon can not hear the falconer)
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