Posted by Anonymous on 2007-12-22
Byron is rare in that unlike other young partners in the business he has both deep venture and operating experience.
He started and ran his own very successful software company acquired by IBM, and proactively did the right thing at the right stage by finding a growth CEO.
If you are turned down, as I was, he will offer solid business and funding advice that is worth heeding. He is also very time efficient with entrepreneurs, giving them time to pitch adequately (good listener) but also throwing in a couple of trademark VC staccato questions to keep the conversation focused.PRIVATE: Members Only