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1.Welcome to BCE Capital   (70%):
Jim Orlando has over 15 years of venture capital and telecom industry experience in both Canada and the United States. Prior to joining BCE Capital, he was an investment principal with Battery Ventures where he led and managed a number of Silicon Valley-based communications oriented investments. Pre...
2.Lighthouse Capital Partners   (69%):
Rick has over 17 years experience in venture capital investing. He is a co-founder of Lighthouse Capital Partners where he has been responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the firm as well as overseeing West Coast investment activities. While at Lighthouse he has led the firm's investm...
3.Institutional Venture Partners   (57%):
Geoffrey Y. Yang Geoff Yang is a founding partner of Redpoint Ventures. Prior to founding Redpoint, Geoff was a general partner with IVP, a firm he joined in 1987. Geoff emphasizes investments in networking and digital media. He has helped start such media companies as Excite, Ask Jeeves, and TiVo....
4.Institutional Venture Partners   (56%):
Thomas Dyal Tom Dyal is a founding partner of Redpoint Ventures. Prior to founding Redpoint, Tom was a general partner with IVP, a firm he joined in 1997. Tom focuses on investments in enterprise and Internet infrastructure, including software, systems and components. He currently serves on the Boa...
5.IBF Conferences - International Business Forum   (44%):
Home > Conferences > Conference Details Testimonials " This conference will give you the opportunity to hear market intelligence on the dynamics shaping today's private-equity market." Russell W. Steenberg , Managing Director, Private Equity, Asset Management Group, Merrill Lynch & C...
6.Brentwood Venture Capital: Making the Headlines   (37%):
VENTURE CAPITAL HEAVYWEIGHTS TO FORM NEW VC FIRM Leverages Leading VC Brands in New, High-Performance Firm Menlo Park, CA, August 18, 1999 - Six venture capital heavyweights from Brentwood Venture Capital and IVP (Institutional Venture Partners) have announced today that they will combine to form a ...
7.EDV :: EDV News & Articles   (33%):
EDV News & Articles | Portfolio News | Media Kit | Newsletter Fighting to Get in on the Next Little Thing September 20, 2005 | New York Times By GARY RIVLIN San Francisco -- Four months to six months. Only a year or two ago, that was how long start-up companies generally had to cajole, fret and act...
8.EDV :: EDV News & Articles   (33%):
EDV News & Articles | Portfolio News | Media Kit | Newsletter Fighting to Get in on the Next Little Thing September 20, 2005 | New York Times By GARY RIVLIN San Francisco -- Four months to six months. Only a year or two ago, that was how long start-up companies generally had to cajole, fret and act...
9.EDV :: EDV News & Articles   (33%):
EDV News & Articles | Portfolio News | Media Kit | Newsletter Fighting to Get in on the Next Little Thing September 20, 2005 | New York Times By GARY RIVLIN San Francisco -- Four months to six months. Only a year or two ago, that was how long start-up companies generally had to cajole, fret and act...
10.EDV :: EDV News & Articles   (33%):
EDV News & Articles | Portfolio News | Media Kit | Newsletter Fighting to Get in on the Next Little Thing September 20, 2005 | New York Times By GARY RIVLIN San Francisco -- Four months to six months. Only a year or two ago, that was how long start-up companies generally had to cajole, fret and act...
11.EDV :: EDV News & Articles :: Printer friendly version   (33%):
www.eldorado.com | back to regular view EDV News & Articles Fighting to Get in on the Next Little Thing September 20, 2005 | New York Times By GARY RIVLIN San Francisco -- Four months to six months. Only a year or two ago, that was how long start-up companies generally had to cajole, fret and act no...
12.EDV :: EDV News & Articles :: Printer friendly version   (33%):
www.eldorado.com | back to regular view EDV News & Articles Fighting to Get in on the Next Little Thing September 20, 2005 | New York Times By GARY RIVLIN San Francisco -- Four months to six months. Only a year or two ago, that was how long start-up companies generally had to cajole, fret and act no...
13.Advanced Technology Ventures :: News   (31%):
I ve worked with the ATV team as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence and a CEO. Both positions showed me they value innovation, are committed to the portfolio, and are willing to do what it takes to truly support a young company. -Stu Randle, CEO, GI Dynamics Post-Bubble, Many Young VC Firms Slowly Deflat...
14.Advanced Technology Ventures :: News   (31%):
I ve worked with the ATV team as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence and a CEO. Both positions showed me they value innovation, are committed to the portfolio, and are willing to do what it takes to truly support a young company. -Stu Randle, CEO, GI Dynamics Post-Bubble, Many Young VC Firms Slowly Deflat...
15.Excerpts   (21%):
As seen in the Venture Capital Journal Dancing Along the Long Tail Will the 80/20 rule be challenged by the Long Tail? Only partly. Niche markets don't always make the greatest businesses - or investments . Stuart Davidson, Labrador Ventures September 1, 2005 The Long Tail . For ten years now e-comm...
16.Institutional Venture Partners   (20%):
Software Technology-Enabled Services Systems Components Life Sciences Software ArcSight, Inc. Security information management software Borland Leading provider of high performance e-business implementation solutions. Cemax-Icon Medical imaging and networking software Acquired by Imation (IMAT) Coll...
17.Institutional Venture Partners   (20%):
Software Technology-Enabled Services Systems Components Life Sciences Software ArcSight, Inc. Security information management software Borland Leading provider of high performance e-business implementation solutions. Cemax-Icon Medical imaging and networking software Acquired by Imation (IMAT) Coll...
18.Business Plan Submission Form   (11%):
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19.Investment Partners   (9%):
W e have invested with a number of funds, including such colleagues as: Allied Capital Corp Austin Ventures Bell Canada Ventures Blue Chip Venture Company Boulder Ventures Grotech Capital Group Intel Capital Intersouth Partners Kodiak Venture Partners MacAndrews & Forbes Mid Atlantic Venture Funds N...
20.Labrador Ventures   (8%):
As a seed fund investor, securing high quality investing partners over the life of a company is tremendously important to achieving successful outcomes. The following are some of the leading venture funds who have invested with Labrador over the last 15 years. Advanced Technology Ventures (ATV) Acce...

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