Announcing Our Latest Investment: AlertMedia
Announcing Our New Entrepreneur in Residence and Two Technology Venture Partners
Today, Next Coast Ventures is proud to announce that we have led the $8mm Series B round in Austin-based AlertMedia.
Austin Redefining the Sweet Spot: Solving Real Problems for Real People
We are adding Paul Rogers and Jim Dunham as Technology Venture Partners, and Adam Salamon as our very first Entrepreneur in Residence.
Help Us Get to SXSW’s 2018 Lineup
As Austin’s vibrant ecosystem of entrepreneurial activity gets even hotter, it’s in the right place to take the game up a notch and redefine what the next sweet spot is for successful innovation.
My Board Meeting Is Over. Why Do I Feel So Bad?
We are thrilled to have an opportunity to host what we think will be a killer panel presentation, but we need some help (see below).
I Am the CEO … So Why Am I Confused About How I Should Spend My Time?
At the end of the day, a board meeting should help provide perspective on recent performances and practical advice concerning future challenges. CEOs should leave a meeting exhausted, frustrated and skeptical—but also enthused, accomplished and eager to get to work.
Serial Entrepreneur and Next Coast Ventures Partner Zeynep Young Gives Tips on How to Succeed as an Entrepreneur
How a simple 2x2 matrix can help you become a better entrepreneur by focusing on the key difference between efficiency and effectiveness.
Next Coast Founders discuss fund raising (among other things)
In this Ideas to Invoices podcast, Young discusses what it takes to succeed as an entrepreneur and what she looks for when making an investment.
Next Coast Ventures might be able to afford to lose $1 million on an investment, but can an entrepreneur afford to lose five to ten years of their life working on a startup that doesn’t hit it big?