Ventureblog is an idea site driven by a team of venture capitalists. If you want to see what the pros talk about, you should check it out!
About the Founder:
David is a General Partner at August Capital where he invests in early stage software, infrastructure and Internet related companies. Prior to joining August Capital, David was a corporate and licensing attorney who represented and advised numerous Internet and enterprise software startups. David works with or has worked with such companies as Yahoo, Six Apart, Evite, Tickle, PayCycle, Ofoto, When.com, WhoWhere?, DoneRight and Sonique.
David has taught Computer Music at Stanford, legal writing at Harvard Law School and teaches Intellectual Property and Business at Stanford's Graduate School of Business.
David has written for the Journal of Law and Business, The Harvard Journal of Law and Technology and was a founding editor of and frequent contributor to Actual Malice, Stanford's short-lived satire magazine. David's musings on life can be found on SaysMe, his personal blog. He is also a contributor to the TEDblog.
1. Venture Capital - Disruptive innovation opportunities lie in identifying and investing in promising early-stage software, infrastructure, and internet-related companies.
2. Startup Ecosystem - Opportunities for disruptive innovation can be found in nurturing and supporting startups in the internet and enterprise software sectors.
3. Intellectual Property - Disruptive innovation opportunities arise in the field of intellectual property and its intersection with technology and business.
1. Venture Capital - The venture capital industry plays a key role in funding and driving disruptive innovations in software, infrastructure, and internet-related sectors.
2. Technology - The technology industry provides a fertile ground for disruptive innovations, especially in the fields of software, internet, and enterprise solutions.
3. Education - Opportunities for disruptive innovation can be found in the education sector, particularly in teaching courses on subjects like computer music, legal writing, intellectual property, and business.