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Bloomberg Radio

March 23, 2015

Had some fun with Woody Benson on Bloomberg Radio.  We talked Silicon Valley, high valuations, Uber and employment trends and all kinds of fun topics.  Have a listen if you have a few moments. http://media.bloomberg.com/bb/avfile/Economics/On_Economy/ve4VHDba.T78.mp3   Tweet

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Roadmap to an IPO – Part 4

March 12, 2015

In our next episode of the Roadmap to the IPO, our friend Joe Spivens learns about the “quiet period.”  Once you file your intent to go public, there are rules set by the SEC on what you can and can’t say.  Spivens, Inc. learns the hard way that talking too soon can have consequences. You […]

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Roadmap to an IPO – Part 3

February 25, 2015

Joe Spivens has decided to go public and has chosen his investment bankers.  In this episode, we’ll talk about how to put a valuation on the company and some of the guiding principals that determine the price of the stock when it goes public.  A good investment banker will be thoughtful and strategic about how […]

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Roadmap to an IPO – Part 2

February 18, 2015

Hope you enjoyed last week’s episode where we talked about when a company is ready to go public.  This week, we’ll talk about investment bankers. You cannot go public without investment bankers underwriting the process.  They are an absolute must.  In this video, I’ve taken a lighthearted approach to choosing your investment bankers, but understand […]

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Roadmap to an IPO, part 1

February 9, 2015

As most of you know, I enjoy working with entrepreneurs and guiding them on their journey.  One of the most common questions I get is about the initial public offering (IPO) process.  To many, it’s a mysterious event that only a select few really understand. In reality, the going public is complicated, but there are some steps that […]

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Another Auld Lang Syne

December 31, 2014

We’ve come to the end of 2014, another extraordinary year.  The year brought us the Olympics, another World Cup, an election in India, a major Ebola crisis, war in the Ukraine and Gaza and a World Series win by the San Francisco Giants.  On the tech side, we had exciting technology developments like the resurgence […]


My Favorite Conference of 2014

December 30, 2014

If you haven’t been to the Web Summit event in Dublin, you should get yourself there next year.  It’s one of the best conferences around, blending technology, sports, politics, education, marketing and music into one, fast-paced event.  These blended conferences that bring an assortment of industries to one event follow in the vein of SXSW, […]

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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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