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Breakfast with an Investor David Teten

Breakfast with an Investor David Teten

Good morning, All,

First off, our next Breakfast with an Investor will be this Wednesday, December 17th and our guest investor will be the one and only David Teten. Register here, and more about David Teten below.

Being EIC of AlleyWatch, and taking the pulse of the industry in general and startups in particular, here are what we hope are some takeaways that might help you in future with some decisions you might have, or moves you plan on making: Read More...

Future In REview (FIRe) conference

Future In REview (FIRe) conference

Good morning, All,

First off, our next Breakfast with an Investor will be Wednesday, December 17th and our guest investor will be the one and only David Teten. Register here, and more about David Teten below.

This past week we went to a dinner where the keynote speaker was Mark Anderson, Chair, Future In REview (FIRe) conference. He made ten predictions, and for the record, he tends to be right 94% of the time. One prediction was that the connected home was a non-starter: “home networks finally get off the launch pad and it turns out that all people want is low energy bills, TVs everywhere and a single remote. What they don’t want is talking refrigerators, things that don’t work, complexity replacing reliability, more nested menus instead of real buttons, dumb things talking to other dumb things and worst of all, hackable home networks.” Read More...

ff Venture Capital

ff Venture Capital

Good morning, All,

First off, our next Breakfast with an Investor will be Wednesday, December 17th and our guest investor will be the one and only David Teten.

A partner with ff Venture Capital, which has made over 200 investments in over 70 companies across the US, Canada, UK, and Israel since 1999. He is also Founder and Chairman Emeritus of Harvard Business School Alumni Angels of Greater New York, the second-largest angel network in New York and cofounder of the Venture Capital Access Program, which helps women and minority entrepreneurs raise venture capital from members of the HBS Alumni Angels network. He is a Mentor with Founder Institute in New York and Singapore, Dreamit Ventures, Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator, Lean Startup Machine, and Startup Leadership Program. More on him on his Linkedin profile. Read More...

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