The Top 5 Investors Blogs for Venture Capitalists

Image result for The Top 5 Investors Blogs for Venture CapitalistsIf you are a venture capitalist, you should know that best and good resources come from venture capitalists who write about their experiences. They can provide tips on how to get funding and advice on building companies. The following are 5 investor’s blogs that every VC should follow.

1) Fred Destin: Open source venture capital

Fred Destin is a partner at Atlas Venture and a founding investor at Seedcamp. He has invested in Zoopla, Dailymotion, The Currency Cloud, Cinemagram, and Seatwave. Destin begins his posts with a cool image and share his thoughtsopenly and honestly– about the funding business.

2) Jason Ball’s Techbytes

Jason is a Director at Qualcomm Ventures Europe. He has been working with mobile and internet start-up for over eight years. Whenever you want to know how to raise money or invest – he’s got you covered.

3) Thomas Grota – A personal view on venture capital

Thomas is the Director at T-Venture and has more than 15 years’ experience in IT industry. He is also a mentor at HackFwd and Seedcamp. Thomas gives a glimpse of investor’s life and provides predictions of VC landscape.

4) Jalak Jobanputra – The barefoot VC

Jalak is the founding partner of FuturePerfect Ventures. She has invested in many companies and has over 18 years of experience in technology and venture capital.

5) Christoph Janz – The angel VC

Christoph is managing partner and co-founder of Point Nine Capital. He has made investments in several companies and started blogging about venture capital even before Twitter existed.



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