Presentation: Morricone’s Bubble — Serial Entrepreneurship and the State of Venture Capital

Here is Yet Another Recent Presentation of mine,. A good chunk of this one will be familiar to people have scanned some of my other recent talks, but this one does contains stuff about composer Ennio Morricone, and some good data on similar serial entrepreneurs.

Related posts:

  1. The Myth of the Serial Entrepreneur
  2. Presentation: The Lenox Globe, YouTube, and the Future of Venture Capital
  3. Serial Persistence, the Kleiner Effect, & Lead Swaps in Venture Capital
  4. VCs, Serial Entrepreneurs, and the Triumph of Boilerplate Thinking
  5. The Three “Whys” of Venture Capital

Comments

  1. Todd Allen says:

    Hey Paul,
    I always enjoy flipping through your slides but wish I could hear the discussion that went along with it. Do you record any of your presentations?
    Also seeing as you are in the San Diego area, do you ever give public presentations here in town?
    Regards,
    Todd

  2. Richard Rodgers says:

    Paul,
    Nice Job…Slide 16 is perfect, I want to print that out and stick it on the wall…is that you or a quote from someone else?
    Richard