Richard Mordini of Javelin Venture Partners (checkered shirt) at Founders Space in San Francisco last Wednesday night (Photo by JD Lasica).
Show your plan to get to a million in revenue — and other tips from four seasoned venture capitalists
Target audience: Entrepreneurs, start-up teams, angel investors, venture capitalists, accelerators, incubators, digital agencies, businesses, educators, journalists, Web publishers.
Over the past year, I’ve been wading into the entrepreneurial waters once again. Last fall I joined the invitation-only Founder Dating, and I’ve been attending a slew of meetups — Silicon Valley NewTech, Startup Grind Silicon Valley, Hackers and Founders, Designers + Geeks — and other events geared to entrepreneurs and start-up teams. (I’m working on a cruise start-up in addition to running Socialmedia.biz. Contact me if you’d like to hear more.)
Last Wednesday night I found myself lured back to SomaCentral, the very cool co-working space at One Market in San Francisco, to hear four seasoned venture capitalists offer advice to start-ups on their pitches. About two dozen people attended the Founders Space event, Present Like an Investor: Tailor Your Approach to What Investors Care About, featured Joydeep Bhattacharyya of Shasta Ventures, Sean Jacobsohn of Emergence Capital Partners, Ali Wasti of Azure Capital and Richard Mordini of Javelin Venture Partners, along with Founders Space founder Steve Hoffman. Continue reading