Category Archives: SuperAngels
A question I have been asked in my series on the brewing bubble in SuperAngel deals (and funds!) is why the traditional VCs are getting into auctions for the hot deals. Jeff Bussgang guest blogging at VentureBeat has an interesting perspective about how in the New Normal for Venture Capital, with too much money chasing […]
Hitler remixes are the gift that keeps on giving. Here he rants about the collusion story TechCrunch broke just before it sold itself to AOL, which is sometimes beging tagged as AngelGate (riffing on the other gift that keeps giving, Watergate).
A blog post by SuperAngel investor Fred Wilson of Union Square Ventures in NYC has struck a nerve. He argues that the venture industry is splitting in two: the traditional venture funds which focus on capital-intensive start-ups in info tech, biotech and cleantech, and the new emerging SuperAngel funds which focus on capital efficient software […]
This morning I attended a fascinating session in Palo Alto that points to the future of venture capital in Silicon Valley. Provocatively framed as a “smackdown” between traditional VCs and a new class of Super Angels, it instead highlighted the future rebirth of innovation in Silicon Valley. Venture Capital has been in its own Lost […]