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David Teten, founder of one company that mines social networks for deal leads, another that mines social networks for recruitment leads, another that connects hedge fund managers with industry executives, and another one (alas, now defunct) that provided investment banking services to buyers and sellers of domain names, has landed a gig as a venture capitalist.
Teten has become the second partner at New York-based ff Venture Capital since its inception in 1999. The firm holds stakes in such notable companies as Klout Inc. (mine is 50, thank you very much) and Hashable Inc., a company that stands at the crossroads of CRM and, yes, hash tags. Having known Teten for nearly a decade, and admired his mastery of the social networking scene, I thought I’d catch up with him with five questions to find out more about his new firm.Continue
Entrepeneur David Teten is joining the early-stage, New York-based venture capital firm ff Venture Capital as a partner, he announced today on his blog. Teten joins founder John Frankel. Teten is chair of Harvard Business School Angels New York and was most recently CEO of Navon Partners, a New York-based data mining and analytics company. […]Continue