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Why Learn & Burn?
I like to think out loud and writing a blog seems much more sane than walking down the street rambling to myself...
I'm a Principal at The Riverside Company, helping to build Riverside Acceleration Capital. I'm based in New York and work with early-growth stage b2b software and tech companies. We do so a bit differently, so please reach out and we'll tell you more. Before Riverside, I spent 3 years with Comcast Ventures, investing behind data-driven enterprise software companies. Prior to that, I spent time at a couple of start-ups (in a few jobs, but mostly in product management), in growth-stage venture investing, in investment banking, and as an undergrad, in engineering. I'm a huge fan of Duke basketball, Yankees baseball, and my wonderful wife Meg Drillings.LinkedIn Coverage on Riverside Acceleration Capital
Why Learn & Burn?
Today I’m launching my new blog, Drillin.gs, as a place to share the experiences, learnings and analyses of my time in the start-up world, as a growth-stage VC, as an investment banker, and just in life. I started my previous … Continue reading →
Fewer VC rounds; harder to get done. When done => bigger $ at (likely) higher valuations = bigger exit expectation https://t.co/mqMtpzh9MS
Excited to have worked with Drake Star and to be working with @LeftShiftIT https://t.co/t3ofrlQNzh
In-line with my post from last year on https://t.co/iuiyfJ0BM7, @fredwilson & @techcrunch discuss the continued dec… https://t.co/iLbf07TT4p
Team update: We've hired @GilBeyda as Managing Director and promoted @DanielGulati to Partner. https://t.co/zTZ9QGZYSH
Particularly fond of this @cagan post - though it's important not to forget customer support, sales & others https://t.co/NaL5DFK4KQ
Good post. Though I share particularly for the middle section - "The Democratization of Software" - spot on https://t.co/I9IzBYVZ3k
Great post - build profitability and the ball is in your court - “The Powerful Habit of Profitability” by @bryce https://t.co/aHK2Ep9Eyd
Interesting @ttunguz analysis on the challenge a B. Begs question: Why does the financing after A need to be a B? https://t.co/sxnnRvj0M0
Some great knowledge shared when @DanielGulati chats with @DanReich about commerce - https://t.co/kPx5WUJ1w7
Day 2 of #3686South kicked off by @cebrock - always a great conference and the 2017 version is the best yet. Thank… https://t.co/eRKVaeQdDL
AMA with @bfrist #3686South https://t.co/Lm1I74wQMh
Well I'm pretty sure that's new! https://t.co/wWn1JxhKyi