What is the Ideal Exit For Your Company? A Serial Entrepreneur Sounds Off

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Guests: Jeff Clavier, Jason Wolfe

The American Entrepreneur, Ron Morris, welcomes one of the foremost tech venture capitalists in the country, Jeff Clavier of SoftTech VC, who discusses the hottest VC trends he sees in Silicon Valley, and what prospective portfolio companies need to do to prove their worth to Jeff and other VC’s of his ilk. And Ron profiles the remarkable story of Jason Wolfe, one of the pioneers in the online coupon and gift card industry. Jason discusses his upbringing as an orphaned teen in the Milton Hershey School, the accident that changed his life, and the significant success he has enjoyed as one of the first tech entrepreneurs to explore the potential of distributing coupons and gift cards via the internet.

Show Segments

Ron's Rant / Open Talk - A Fracking Controversy
Ron's Rant / Open Talk - A Fracking Controversy

The American Entrepreneur Ron Morris starts the show with a rant and proceeds to a segment of open talk.  Among the topics up for discussion is an email that Ron received from a listener who was skeptical of the Marcellus Shale.  

What is the Ideal Exit For Your Company?  A Serial Entrepreneur Sounds Off
What is the Ideal Exit For Your Company? A Serial Entrepreneur Sounds Off

Guests: Jason Wolfe

The American Entrepreneur, Ron Morris talks with one of the pioneers of online coupon and gift card software, Jason Wolfe of Omni Prepaid, about the lessons that this serial entrepreneur has learned as he has bought and sold his way to business success. Plus, they discuss the fundamental traits that successful entrepreneurs must have, and the role that integrity plays in an entrepreneur’s success.

Need VC Money For Your Tech Startup?  Listen To What Jeff Clavier Has to Say
Need VC Money For Your Tech Startup? Listen To What Jeff Clavier Has to Say

Guests: Jeff Clavier

Ron talks with one of the premier tech venture capitalists in the country, Jeff Clavier of SoftTech VC, about Jeff’s prolific portfolio (110 companies and counting), and the specific things he looks for when choosing his next investment. Plus, he lays out strategies for those looking to invest in companies when it comes to avoiding pitfalls that will surely doom that investment from the beginning.

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