Carey Lai, a Director at
Carey Lai, a Director at Intel Capital, a Wharton alum (WG'09) and an experienced venture investor, speak to two general themes: how Intel Capital sees itself as an essential component in the tech community ecosystem, and insights and observations that will benefit entrepreneurs looking to better understand Intel Capital as a source of funding, business plan validation, market access and other commercial benefits through a strategic partnership.
This discussion that eliminates any misconceptions about Intel Capital as somehow being beyond the reach of startups.
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In this episode we speak
In this episode we speak with Brooke Pollack, Founder and Managing Partner of Hutt Capital, a Fund of Funds specifically for Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Venture Capital Funds. Fund of Funds is a term given to investment funds which invest in Venture or Investments, they often do not make investment in individual companies. Brooke discusses how he got involved with investing, why he decided on the Fund of Funds model, opportunities he sees in investing in blockchain related funds, where the market is going, and how to look at deals for investors.
You can learn more about Brooke and this TF Podcast Episode at TF Labs (https://tflabs.io).
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Great discussion! Thoughtful and interesting! Good work!
Angels, angels, spreading
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