This series curates great content that folks interested in entrepreneurism and venture capital should explore. Some are from my own must list; others have been suggested by our community. Have a recommendation? Tell us about it.
Hi AVG Community,
Twitter contains a universe of minds — and that includes a robust representation of venture capitalists. They run the gamut from provocative to thoughtful, inspirational, optimistic, and contrarian. Below I offer some recommendations on reliably good accounts to follow, as well as a few meta articles about venture capitalists on Twitter. For those who don’t have time for books or even podcasts, this is a great way to plug into venture trends, philosophies, and opportunities.
- Mike Collins
These VC firms consistently share great insights:
VC partners and investors are also an invaluable source of wisdom. These are some personal accounts that I follow:
- Benedict Evans (Venture Partner at Mosaic Ventures and Entrepreneur First, Former Partner at Andreessen Horowitz) — @benedictevans
- Bilal Zuberi (Partner at Lux Capital) — @bznotes
- Bryce Roberts (Co-Founder and Managing Director at OATV and Indie.vc) — @bryce
- Chris Fralic (Board Partner at First Round) — @chrisfralic
- Jay Kapoor (Investor with LaunchCapital) — @jaykapoornyc
- Josh Elman (Former General Partner at Greylock) — @joshelman
- Leo Polovets (General Partner at Susa Ventures) — @lpolovets
- Li Jin (Founder and General Partner at Atelier Ventures) — @ljin18
- Marc Andreessen (Co-Founder of Andreessen Horowitz) — @pmarca
- Sarah Cone (Founder and General Partner at Social Impact Ventures) — @sarah_cone
- Semil Shah (Venture Partner at Lightspeed, Investor with Haystack) — @semil
- Sheel Mohnot (Co-Founder of Better Tomorrow Ventures) — @pitdesi
Here are some entertaining reads on the VC Twitter sphere:
- Parody Twitter congrats account is blocked and loved by many (Protocol)
- The most popular tweets by venture capitalists in Q3 2020 (Verdict)
- The art and science of VC bios on Twitter (Let Me Know How I Can Be Helpful)
- And the heavily debated: Why is VC Twitter so peculiar? (Marginal Revolution)
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Originally published at https://www.avgfunds.com on February 17, 2021.