Congratulations on making the end of the semester, and good luck to all on exams!
Best thing I’ve read since Tuesday morning.
OK, this is a bit premature for most folks, here’s a few models on how to exit what you’ve started. The interesting thing is thinking about how to structure the end, while managing the beginning.
Fred Wilson is one of the preeminent VCs in the New York area,running Union Square Ventures — as such, following the stuff he puts out is a pretty great way of understanding the currents that are building in the venture community. One particularly interesting point that’s developed in the last few days is the relationship […]
Welcome to a new year! We’re super-excited to have you, and have a bunch of things on the calendar that we’ll be looking at. Stay tuned, and take a look through the archives here, to get a sense of what we’re looking at.
The finals for CVC are next week, and we’re super-excited that ResInc teams are in the running for the $50,000 undergraduate prize. The show’s underway at 6:30pm in David auditorium — be there, and root for Bites!
Columbia Days on Campus is on — come visit us in Wallach 8 while you’re here. We’ll be around 12:30p to 2:30p Fridays and Sundays!
Hardware folks, rejoice! Intel is hosting a competition for wearable electronics or IoT hardware — with a $1M prize. Check out the contest here!
Sometimes, as entrepreneurs, it’s impossible to guess what VCs are thinking — or worst, to be lured into an adversarial, zero-sum negotiation as opposed to a fruitful partnership of capital and ideas. This is what makes Jerry Neumann’s disarmingly honest and straightforward investor update so damn good. OK, parts of it are clearly tongue in […]