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Happy Birthday to The Wannabe VC!

Posted on August 15, 2006

1 Year OldThe Wannabe VC is officially one year old today and what a year it is has been. I started the blog while a VC analyst at Cambridge Associates, LLC and ended the year as a Business Development guy at a great young company called FeedBurner (thanks for giving me a shot guys). Some have commented that my leap from institutional consulting firm to start-up seems a little crazy but I went to Cambridge Associates to learn the VC/start-up business so I could try my hand at it someday and someday turned out to be sooner rather than later.

I have met a number of great people through The Wannabe VC over the last year who I probably never would have met otherwise. To those guys (you know who you are) and to all of the readers out there who have yet to comment or introduce themselves (why not comment on this post or shoot me an e-mail… I won’t bite!) I just want to thank you for reading and for enriching my thinking with your insightful comments. I hope you all continue to read, continue to comment and continue to tell your friends throughout the years to come. You guys are the best. Well, I think that’ll do it for my obligatory one year birthday post. Be back with some more “real” posts soon!

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3 Comments so far
  1. Jake Parrillo August 15, 2006 2:37 pm

    congrats. It’s quite a challenge to keep it up for the year. Actually…to keep it up for a year and provide quality content. That’s a challenge. Mopes like me who just post YouTube videos and claim they’ve been going for a year…not so much.

    keep it up. and don’t think about giving up the podcast…

  2. Fraser August 15, 2006 5:22 pm

    Congratulations. Keep the quality content coming and best of luck with the coming year :)

  3. Frank Gruber August 16, 2006 3:53 pm

    Happy Birthday! :)