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Neal FAQ: Knowing Your Exits

October 17, 2014

I’m preparing a new video series coming soon specifically on exits, but in the meantime to get you ready, here is an FAQ I did on knowing when to exit. Tweet

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VCs Aren’t Heroes

October 11, 2014

It’s strange to me to see Venture Capitalists being hailed as heroes or geniuses.  If we’re lucky, we get a knack for spotting talent in others.  We’re like the scouts who work for major league baseball (and yes, I’m going to go for a baseball metaphor because our San Francisco Giants are headed to the […]

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Contributed post from Harry Marshall

September 18, 2014

One year on. How my time with Neal Dempsey, of Silicon Valley Venture Capital Firm Bay Partners, has impacted my career as an entrepreneur. I first met Neal Dempsey at the White Bull conference in Barcelona about two years ago. As a successful venture capitalist/ sportsman/ traveler/ generally accomplished individual, he has gained my admiration […]

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Proud Father

August 25, 2014

My son Sean Dempsey was on CNBC’s Halftime Report this week talking about Google’s ten year IPO anniversary.  He also talks tech trends.  Proud Papa!  Have a look…. “What’s Google’s Next Move?” Tweet

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“The Best VC Firm You Thought was Dead and Buried”

“The Best VC Firm You Thought was Dead and Buried” Got to speak with Dan Primack of Fortune earlier this month, and he wrote a nice story about Bay Partners.  Thought I’d share here, as it’s a great overview of what we’ve been up to for the last few years.     Tweet

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Aspen Ideas Fest 2014 – Diversifying the Discussion

July 31, 2014

The Aspen Ideas Fest always brings together some of the best and brightest minds in the country.  I find the discussions thought-provoking and insightful.  This year, I was privileged to hear the likes of Hillary Clinton, Tony Blair, Al Gore, David Patraeus and many more of today’s leaders and notable figures.  They all had great […]

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The Bliss of Endurance

July 15, 2014

I was invited to speak recently about endurance in all aspects of life, from physical activities, to career to personal goals.  As a marathon runner and a venture capitalist, I guess I know a bit about enduring through difficult times.  But you don’t have to run a marathon or start a company to have fun […]

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The Temporary Professor

July 2, 2014

Every year, the University of Washington’s Foster School of Business picks a leader in the business community to serve as an interim staff member and professor.  The role is called the Fritzky Chair, named after Ed Fritzky, who originally founded the program.  The Fritzky Chair spends one school year as a visiting mentor and professor […]

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Il Grand Tour Italia

June 27, 2014

In May, I was able to do something many dream about, but few get the opportunity to actually live it.  I raced the Mille Miglia in Italy.  Like most times when one tackles a new challenge or goes after a dream, I had a clear expectation about how the race would go.  That expectation was […]

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America at its Finest

April 24, 2014

Last year, I ran the Boston Marathon and was yards away from the finish when the bombs went off.  I was one of the lucky ones who escaped injury, but have watched over the past year as many rebuild and recover from that day. It was my great honor to return to Boston this week […]

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