I suggest the only thing VC blog about is the transparency of dealmaking, so we can see who truly earns the merit to tell a story. We need more reliable money-out than money-in stories.
Georges is the Managing Director of The Venture Company.
Beginning in early 2001, Georges produced triple-digit million-dollar startups in Silicon Valley he sculpted from nothing. As an entrepreneur, management incubator, CEO, board member, offered the rite of passage to become a venture capitalist, Georges refused to be confined by underperforming subprime innovation arbitrage and instead, began to question the populism of an investment thesis waddling in collusion so fundamentally incompatible with the discovery of outliers.
Georges’ writings have been covered by the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Chronicle, Reuters, Pensions & Investments, SuperReturn, and too many others to mention. Imitation considered flattery, his work has been plagiarized by venerable institutions, and legitimately quoted in a variety of scholar and master-theses.