GenuineVC David Beisel's Perspective on Digital Change

July 8, 2010

I thought I would share a quick update on my blog about my professional plans.  With the support and encouragement of my Venrock colleagues, I am pleased to share that I am moving on to co-found a new Micro VC firm focused on seed internet investments.

I am excited to remain on the Board of Directors for Venrock’s portfolio company BlogHer.  I believe that the company is dramatically changing the face of women’s-focused media with an authentic & powerful community of bloggers, and I am happy to continue to be a part of that endeavor as it grows.

In addition, I will also continue to independently operate the Web Innovators Group.  It’s been amazing to facilitate an event which has grown from a couple of us gathering informally in a Cambridge bar to become the “the biggest ongoing tech gathering in town.”  Thanks to the support of our current sponsors Microsoft NERD, Gesmer Updegrove, and Silicon Valley Bank, the event will not only continue to thrive but also evolve.  The next gathering to be held on September 13th, and I’ll post the registration page soon.

My new partners, Rob Go and Lee Hower, and I are very enthusiastic about starting our new firm, NextView Ventures.  The three of us believe that there is a compelling market opportunity on the east coast for a new seed-stage venture capital firm for founders starting internet-enabled businesses.  We too are entrepreneurs at the very earliest stages of starting; as things coalesce we’ll announce the details and launch.  To the extent you’re interested in learning more, I’m happy to connect personally on it.  Stay tuned for more to come.

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  • David Beisel
     - 21 minutes ago
    Streetwise Editor-in-Chief @galenmoore arrived at #WebInno early this week to mingle in the crowd: http://t.co/BreCChdxZk
  • Rob Go
     - 50 minutes ago
    @robertbiederman I think it depends on what kinds of projects you would zero in on. I think it's more trained than craft
  • Rob Go
     - 13 minutes ago
    @robertbiederman @pmpetitti based on the projects I see on your website, I'd agree
  • Rob Go
     - 1 hour ago
    Thinking about companies that reorganize labor markets http://t.co/G0v41uH8zN

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