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TechHub Presents: Investor Coffee Morning with Brooklyn Bridge Ventures

Overview

Where

158 W. 27th Street Floor 6
New York, NY 10001
United States

When

Thursday, April 26, 2018 -
9:00am to 10:30am

Details

Join TechHub NYC for an informal chat over coffee where we will be welcoming Charlie O'Donnell from Brooklyn Bridge Ventures. 

Our Investor Coffee Mornings are a great opportunity to navigate the investment landscape, understand different funding options, build relationships and engage relevant investors to successfully raise external capital.

This will be a roundtable session with 10-15 founders, where the startups could get feedback on their business plans and metrics, as well as asking questions that are relevant to their business.

FILL IN THIS FORM and we will email you to confirm your slot if you meet the criteria (founder of a technology product startup).

Charile O'Donnell

Charlie O'Donnell is the sole Partner and Founder at Brooklyn Bridge Ventures. The fund makes seed and pre-seed investments and was the first venture firm located in Brooklyn--where he was born and raised. Brooklyn Bridge invested in the first rounds of Canary, The Wing, Orchard Platform, Tinybop, Hungryroot, Clubhouse, Ringly, and goTenna among others. Working in venture capital since 2001, he apprenticed his way through the asset class with analyst roles on the original Union Square Ventures team as well as at the General Motors pension fund--a long time limited partner in many top-tier funds. At First Round Capital, he sourced the firm's investments in Singleplatform (sold to Constant Contact) and GroupMe (sold to Skype). Charlie discovered GroupMe at the Techcrunch hackathon where the service had been built. He also sourced investments in Backupify (which was an idea he had tweeted to the founder, a friend of his), chloe + isabel, and Refinery29.

Charlie bikes to work, has done ten triathlons, four marathons, and runs the kayaking program in Brooklyn Bridge Park. The longest he has consecutively been outside of the five boroughs of New York City is three weeks.