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FIRM OVERVIEW: Small Private VC founded in 2008 based out of Philadelphia, USA (US East)

FIRM DESCRIPTION: Genacast Ventures is a seed-stage venture fund investing in the Northeastern US. We focus on technology-centric Internet companies in digital media, online advertising, consumer Internet, Web x.0, Saas and e-commerce. We look for companies with significant, defensible competitive advantages and will invest up to $750K alone or as part of a larger round of up to $1.5M. Genacast was formed in partnership with Comcast Interactive Capital.

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Yujin Chung

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Posted by gb01 on 2010-03-23

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The other note about Yujin is baloney. The guy knows a ton for his level of experience, and has actually spent several hours with me improving my market size data, with nothing asked in return.

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Yujin Chung

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Posted by Anonymous on 2010-01-27

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Beware of dealing with this kid. He's your typical know-nothing associate with a fancy degree: lots of credentials, no start-up experience, and management by cliche. You'll get endless inane questions with no purpose whatsoever. And be prepared to hear every tired "Web 2.0" buzzword you can possibly fathom. If you're looking for strategic/operational advice, you'd be better off Googling "How do I start a business"...

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