Ask A VC: Shasta Ventures' Rob Coneybeer On The Challenges Of Founding A VC Firm And More

Ask A VC: Shasta Ventures' Rob Coneybeer On The Challenges Of Founding A VC Firm And More

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New We put Shasta Ventures’ co-founder Rob Coneybeer in the hot seat this week for Ask A VC. After spending a number of years at NEA as a VC, Coneybeer decided to found his own firm. He explains in the video above why he felt there was a need for...
Ask A VC: Shasta Ventures' Rob Coneybeer On The Challenges Of Founding A VC Firm And More
               

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