Venture capitalists are paid to act on a point of view, ideally one that proves profitable.
Fred Wilson, a venture capitalist and principal of Union Square Ventures, shares his account of the two main paths for startups that don’t knock it out of the park.
The travel industry is flooded with venture capital investment. Millions of Dollars and Euros are poured into a multitude of travel startups all the time.
Silicon Valley-startup Jetpac has secured an investment round of $2.4 million after having pivoted last November to become a Facebook-friend-powered iPad travel inspiration photo app. Khosla Ventures, Morado Venture Partners, Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang and a top Facebook exec are funders.
As technology evolves, we have seen some excellent innovation, some brilliant ideas and heralded the arrival of many, many startups.
Venture capital funds don’t like it when everything goes smoothly and so two investment funds with a focus on hospitality technology are partnering to get in on all the forecasted disruption.
There’s no historical analysis of this deal — but DealAngel just closed on $750,000 in funding from two Moscow-based venture capital firms