Archive for category Academic Venture Capitalists

Step Change for Innovation in Scotland: How to Massively Increase the Supply of Venture Capital in Scotland

This talk was given recently by the Academic Entrepreneur at the Business School of the University of Edinburgh.   See: http://www.business-school.ed.ac.uk/about/events/53f3162126382c041f22296d/step-change-for-innovation-in-   Slides can be found here: http://www.business-school.ed.ac.uk/eclub/news-and-events/?a=68277   A video will be posted on YouTube and linked here as well, and photos published within the month. Advertisements

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How to Massively Increase Research Funding and Venture Capital Supply in Scotland

The Academic Entrepreneur is circling back to innovation policy in light of the upcoming Referendum on Scottish Independence. The polls are closer than ever and now is the time to be discussing policy, especially venture capital policy which could evolve under independence for the new Arc of Prosperity State or under further devolution from centralized […]

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Ithaca VC: Practical Cap Table for Early Stage Entrepreneurs from an Academic Venture Capitalist

A friend of the Academic Entrepreneur has posted up a useful cap table on his blog. It has been posted below. First, some credit is in order. Zachary Shulman, a lawyer by training, is a Senior Lecturer of Entrepreneurship at Cornell University’s Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management and he also teaches at the Cornell Law […]

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