Tag Archives: raising venture capital

Ask the VC: When To Jump From Angel to VC

The next question in our series of posts from my Startup America Q&A might just be the best question of the bunch.  “How do you know when it’s time to jump from seeking a large angel round to asking for … Continue reading

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Getting Connecticut Back to Work, Part II

In Part I of my blog post “Getting Connecticut Back To Work”, I recommend increasing access to venture capital and angel financing as a way to support CT’s growth and job creation in the tech space. Another strategy to encourage … Continue reading

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It’s the Innovation Economy Stupid!

I have been reading a lot of articles recently declaring a “bubble” in the VC or tech world. To be honest, I am trying to understand the logic supporting this fascination. I know we have pundits: either political, economic or … Continue reading

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Quora – My new favorite habit

I know a lot has been written about Quora. Lots of it is positive, some negative. Like anything else, I guess its a matter of perspective and time before we will all see whether they are the next great social … Continue reading

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StartUp America

All the recent press and coverage of the new White house program Startup America has certainly had a positive impact on the state of innovation and entrepreneurship in America. For those who haven’t seen the Austan Goolsbee, Chairman of the … Continue reading

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8th Wonder of the World

Continuing our theme of the 10 most interesting developments affecting our business from 2010, we have to go with the obvious: #8: Facebook, Twitter and the Social Media Revolution Enough said. They have changed the way we think, the way … Continue reading

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Top Ten Cool Things from 2010

There seems to be a top ten list for everything. I believe that these lists are one part reflection and one part procrastination. However, with the best of intentions, I present the Top Ten coolest things that affected our business. … Continue reading

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