The Real Time Web – Investor Perspective

12th of June 2009 by admin

Great Video from Robert Scoble with Fred Wilson at Union Square Ventures on his new Building43 startup

Ties in with Ron Conway, godfather of Angel investing in the valley – and his new “investment theme” – persistent/real time data. As per Techcrunch piece “has a goal to invest in 40-50 companies in the next 18 months. His focus will be companies exploiting “real-time data,” which he calls “the next billion dollar market opportunity.” Conway is already an investor in Twitter and Facebook, two companies solidly in the real-time space.”

Check out this video with Ron on AllThingsD

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3 Responses to “The Real Time Web – Investor Perspective”

Great post Fergus.. Thanks for bringing that to attention.

As usual, Fred Wilson is right on the money, not just spotting the trends, but explaining why they’re valuable, engaging and ultimately business-worthy.

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