Posted by wences on 2009-01-02
We pitched to both Justin & Jerome Camp. After some follow up meetings and due diligence they agreed to co-invest alongside our lead investor. They are very knowledgeable of early stage issues, and they are very helpful with most of those issues. They helped us a lot in our fund raising, providing great introductions to top tier VC firms, always with partners with which they have already worked with in the past. We feel like they are looking after the company's interest as well as the entrepreneur's interest; we would select them again in a heartbeat.PRIVATE: Members Only
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-03-05
The firm is solid and the partners are generally good guys. Their due diligence process however can be very exhausting and very time consuming for your team. The bulk of the VC's we met through this process we could have met on our own, if fact we brought more to the table than they did. The groups of founders we met with had no vested interest in the process and we wasted alot of time going through pitches with them.
They won't invest without the due diligence process and just be prepared to spend some time pitching folks that probably don't understand your business.PRIVATE: Members Only (135 Characters)
Posted by fundable on 2007-06-28
I pitched Justin and Jerome Camp. Their questions and observations were excellent. After deciding not to invest, they sent a detailed message describing their reasoning.
Very refreshing, compared to the "soft maybe" that is so typical.PRIVATE: Members Only (757 Characters)
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-04-08
Camp is a very small firm but was excellent to work with. They typically invest $.5 to $1.0 million. These guys are CONNECTED. They can make heavy weight introductions for follow-ons and can also bring investors in to fill out a seed round if necessary. Check out their investments on their website and you'll see the whales they co-invest with on follow-on rounds.PRIVATE: Members Only (339 Characters)