This bi-weekly column covers the latest news from venture capital firms in NYC for the first half of October 2019 featuring must-know news including news for BoxGroup, Brooklyn Bridge Ventures, Beacon, and much more.
Ok, do you need a logo, and you don’t have the budget to hire a design firm. What small to medium size business, or startup just starting out, does? That’s where Tailor comes in, democratizing design through technology. Actually, through a powerful algorithm that analyzes your brand’s/company’s most important asset – its name – and […]
So, which is harder/worse? Finding the right apartment, or finding the right roommate? Toss up, right? What if there was an all-in-one service that would help you navigate your way through both? That’s exactly what MatchPad does. Think of them as a dating site for matching you with the right apartment – and the right roommate. […]
Recently, panelists Jordan Bettman of Bain Capital Ventures, Eliot Durbin of BOLDstart Ventures, Spencer Lazar of General Catalyst, Micah Rosenbloom of Founder Collective, and Adam Rothenberg of BoxGroup, discussed the past and upcoming trends in the world of startup investments and technology, with Orrick’s David Concannon moderating. The first topic was a broad one, asking […]
A New York VC Spotlight: Adam Rothenberg A New York native, Adam Rothenberg is one of two successful founders (and partners) of BoxGroup, a New York City based investment fund with a usual investment range of $50,000 to $250,000. According to their website, BoxGroup invests in talented entrepreneurs “building disruptive technology companies and with visions […]
It was a cold Thursday night in New York City, but that didn’t stop a sizeable crowd from coming out to see eight aspiring startups pitch their businesses before a panel of seasoned investors. The prize? A valuable package of startup essentials, including interviews with top NYC accelerators and incubators like DreamIt Ventures and Techstars, […]
David Tisch’s entrepreneurial journey started like many children’s–buying and selling baseball cards. Setting up a table at trade shows turned into selling cards online in the late 90s. Although the bulk of his baseball card collection no longer exists due to a busted pipe in his parents’ basement, David and BoxGroup cofounder Adam Rothenberg are […]