How do you leave the location that made you? You determine what it made you for. TechCrunch made me a part of the startup community I like. Now it’s time to put that love into action to help a new generation of entrepreneurs construct their dreams and tell their stories.
It’s “TC to VC” for me. After 8.5 years at TechCrunch and 10 in tech journalism, I’m leaving today to join the venture group at VC fund SignalFire. I’m going to be a principal investor and their head of material.
I’ll be looking for motivating new companies, doing offers (when I’m ultimately up to speed) and offering pitch workshops based upon countless interviews for TechCrunch. Fortunately, I’ll also still get to compose. We’re going to learn what creators actually want to discover and produce that material to assist them form, develop and grow their companies. I’m doing my signature bounce & & smile with excitement.
Where to follow my composing
You’ll still be able to follow my composing along with my journey into VC on my newsletter Moving Product at constine.substack.com along with on Twitter: @JoshConstine. No chance I could simply unexpectedly stopped talking about start-ups! If you’re constructing something, you can always reach me at joshsc [ at] gmail.com
On the newsletter you can check out a deeper explanation for why I chose SignalFire. I likewise simply published the first real problem of Moving Product on how quarantine is” lending “concurrent users to start-ups that will assist the new age of
simultaneous apps snowball to sustainability, plus commentary from leading item thinkers on Facebook
‘s new Rooms. Why I selected SignalFire? I was drawn to SignalFire because it’s built like the start-ups I enjoy blogging about: to resolve a requirement. Entrepreneurs need tactical advantages in areas like recruiting, where they spend the majority of their time, and professional advice on specific issues they’re dealing with.