BuzzFeed reported that Emil Michael, a senior vice president at Uber, suggested
Posted at 20:26h, 25 Nov 2014 by Bonnie Halper 1 Comments 135 Likes Share
Good morning, All, First, a big thank you to Pedro Torres Picón, our guest investor at last week's Breakfast with an Investor, and our thanks to all of you who attended. Actually, we want to extend a huge thanks to all of the investors who graciously gave their time to speak and all of whom, we'd like to add, stayed will past the 10.00 am end time to speak to each and every person who attended, individually. You all are awesome and thank you!!! Details on our December beakfast coming next week. Stay tuned! Poor Uber founder Travis Kalanick. From all indications, he is a true visionary of tech, having managed to do what cities tried to do for years and failed (carpooling, for example, but was that a fail, or a fall back to traditional economics/maximum profit for minimum service?). But Kalanick lives in a winner-takes-all world, and f...
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Pedro Torres Picón
Posted at 10:37h, 18 Nov 2014 by Bonnie Halper 1 Comments 135 Likes Share
Good morning, All, Our next Breakfast with an Investor is this Thursday, November 20th and our guest investor will be Pedro Torres Picon, founder of Quotidian Ventures. Pedro Torres Picón came to the US from Venezuela and founded Quotidian Ventures, a seed stage fund. His passion lies in “helping founders create technology products that modernize large industries in which they have deep domain expertise.” The fund tends to focus on the earliest stages of a product’s development, when it’s often pre-product and pre-VC, and on products that represent a radical efficiency leap when ...
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Breakfast with an Pedro Torres Picon
Posted at 10:36h, 11 Nov 2014 by Bonnie Halper 1 Comments 135 Likes Share
Good morning, All, Our next Breakfast with an Investor will be on November 20th (that's next week) and our guest investor will be Pedro Torres Picon, founder of Quotidian Ventures. Pedro Torres Picón came to the US from Venezuela and founded Quotidian Ventures, a seed stage fund. His passion lies in “helping founders create technology products that modernize large industries in which they have deep domain expertise.” The fund tends to focus on the earliest stages of a product’s development, when it’s often pre-product and pre-VC, and on products that represent a radical efficienc...
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Quotidian Ventures
Posted at 10:35h, 04 Nov 2014 by Bonnie Halper 1 Comments 135 Likes Share
Good morning, All, Our next Breakfast with an Investor will be on November 20th and our guest investor will be Pedro Torres Picon, founder of Quotidian Ventures. Pedro Torres Picón came to the US from Venezuela and founded Quotidian Ventures, a seed stage fund. His passion lies in “helping founders create technology products that modernize large industries in which they have deep domain expertise.” The fund focuses mostly on Big Data, Location Based Services, and Mobile Commerce and invest in companies with technology products that modernize large existing industries and in found...
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