In this episode, Hall T. Martin conducts an interview with David Gold of Access Venture Partners. David is a Managing Director at Access Venture Partners. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering with Special Honors from the University of Colorado and was a National Science Foundation Fellow while earning Masters Degrees in both Aerospace Engineering and Technology Policy from M.I.T. He has experience in cryptocurrencies, blockchain, healthcare IT, software, web and internet. Davis also has diverse experience as an venture capitalist, entrepreneur, executive, engineer and in public policy. Access Venture Partners invests in early stage technology companies with a passion for helping entrepreneurs build phenomenal fast growing businesses. They have invested in over 65 companies that have collectively raised over $1 billion in equity capital and employ nearly 4,000 people and growing. Access is an entrepreneur-focused fund. They pride themselves on the value they add to portfolio companies beyond the capital they invest including involvement in business strategy, recruiting, fundraising and ultimate exit of the business. In this episode Hall and Graham talk about Graham’s thoughts on the blockchain world and what specific verticals and applications he looks for. They also talk about ICOs and what Graham looks for inside before investing.
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