Seth Levine is a partner and co-founder at Boulder based Foundry Group, a venture capital firm focusing on early-stage investments in technologies business.
Foundry investments include companies such as Zynga, Admeld, and Fitbit. In addition to his work at Foundry, Seth is active around the world in the entrepreneurial community as a member of the board of directors of The Unreasonable Institute, an advisor to Palestinian focused venture fund Sadara, as well as an advisor to a number of other venture funds.
I used this opportunity to learn from Seth. Seth taught me so many details about the startup investment world and gave me some valuable insights on how to best position your idea for success.
Seth was very generous with his time and his knowledge. You will learn so much from this episode.
In this episode we talk about…
- the benefits Seth has gained from blogging – both personally and for his business
- why timing the market plays a role
- what it REALLY means to be an entrepreneur
- key insights for founders seeking investment capital
I’m Sick of all the Bullshit – A blog Seth wrote about the realities behind starting a business.
The Ten Year Entrepreneur – Another article from Sth’s blog in which he comments on the realistic timelines involved from idea to scale to potential IPO.