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Advice - I'd raised money for startups before. How different could it be? Just add a zero or two to the ask, right? It turns out that raising money for a venture fund is a heck of a lot different than raising money for your startup... and...
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Advice - How often do you hear that it’s all about the team? Your team is an essential aspect of your startup. You don’t want to have the wrong people on your team. So how do you get the right people? What do you do if you end up with the...
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Advice - This is part of a series on what it takes to get your company funded. In this chain of posts, I want to take a slightly different perspective from the usual ”we want to see this” articles peppering the web. I want to present two...
ANDY DUNN
#NYCTech - Andy Dunn is a Chicago-born, Stanford University-educated entrepreneur who is now making quite the name for himself here on the east coast and beyond. Dunn is the co-founder and CEO of Bonobos, an apparel brand known for offering...
COMPSTAK
#NYCTech - CompStak is a crowdsourced platform for commercial real estate information, with, everything that all parties involved need to know. But we mean everything. And when you have all the information landlords, brokers, lenders and even...
AlleyWatch November 2014 New York and US Venture Capital & Angel Investment Report.001
#NYCTech - Today we take a look at the state of venture capital and angel funding during the all of November, both in New York and nationally. Analyzing some publicly available data from our friends at CrunchBase, we break down the national...
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#NYCTech - ELOQUII, an e-Commerce apparel site designed for fashion-loving women sizes 14-24, has raised approximately $6M in a Series A round of funding led by Greycroft Partners. Other investors who participated in the round include Daher...
ANDREW C. MITCHELL BRAND FOUNDRY
#NYCTech - With more than 10 years of startup experience, Andrew C. Micthell describes himself as a “Venture Capital enthusiast rooting for upstart consumer brands.” Mitchell’s most recent success has been as the founder of Brand Foundry...
WILL PORTEOUS
AlleyTalk - William Porteous is a General Partner with RRE Ventures, an early-stage venture capital firm based in New York City. Porteous focuses largely on early-stage investments in technology; more singularly, he hones in on enterprise,...
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#NYCTech - Not only did ZergNet close their Series A: they’re working with some of the top VCs in town. How did they do it? First, by providing a new way for publishers to grow their sites and monetize their traffic without showing a bunch...
AlleyWatch October 2014 New York and US Venture Capital & Angel Investment Report.001
#NYCTech - Today we take a look at the state of venture capital and angel funding during the all of October, both in New York and nationally. Analyzing some publicly available data from our friends at CrunchBase, we break down the national...
WILLIAM PENG
#NYCTech - William Peng has let nothing stopping him from reaching his entrepreneurship goals. As the current General partner at Red Swan Ventures, Peng has applied his “Expect nothing. Earn everything” attitude to move quickly up the ranks...
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Op-ED - Venture capitalist Bill Gurley told CNBC recently there's still too much risk in Silicon Valley today. "I don't see radically insane valuations. What I do see, out here, is an abundance of capital ... and as you cram almost...
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Venture Capital - Is Silicon Valley headed for another tech bubble? Tech investor Marc Andreessen says valuations look high but still predicts a rise in the number of...
RYAN DARNELL
#NYCTech - Ryan Darnell graduated from Middle Tennessee State University in 2005, then work for Ingram, where he managed a sales portfolio of more than $20 million. In 2010, he started his MBA in Strategy and Finance at Vanderbilt University. In...
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Advice - Companies usually begin with little more than a dream: a concept, an idea or an invention. But while hope, inspiration, and some personal savings can be the promising seed for a startup, it often takes much more to grow a concept into...

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