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Jeremy Wenokur

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Lawyer dressed in venture capital clothing. Californian with an insatiable appetite for great t-shirts.

Netscape, AOL, Google... need we say more? He’s built these companies from the ground up.

Jeremy sold his first company to Netscape six months after they launched and then moved on to run worldwide search for Netscape. His first task at Netscape was to find a search engine. His search yielded him two smart young guys at Stanford who were building a nice little search product. He helped license it for Netscape, figured that they were on to something and eventually joined them and helped them set up their acquisition network globally.

Along the way he developed a passion for India and all that's possible in this market. He supports our companies with his deep understanding of internet business models and a global network of relationships that are brought to bear for follow on funding and exits.

rt @: hi, as someone who travels almost exclusively by car, i need to say this; cyclists are the not the problem, people drivi…

rt @: lesley stahl asked trump in semi-private meeting why he’s always attacking the press. his answer: “i want to demean you…

rt @: the president signaled today that he’ll use his power to interfere with the russia investigation, forcing justice offici…

rt @: the houston chief of police, @ just posted this on his fb page. https://t.co/cqpo8rumbp

rt @: yesterday i criticised israel's handling of the protests at the gaza border. i should not have been so quick to judge. we no…

rt @: war drums are beating in the middle east. iranian aggression is fomenting both a shia sunni civil war and a new allian…

rt @: trump destabilized the middle east with his decision to move the embassy. his abject ignorance of the history and rel…

rt @: at the fda, tvs are now turned to fox news and can't be switched.

rt @: this is shocking. this should not be the norm. we must do better at tackling hateful speech and antisemitism online. t…

rt @: lie and liar. these words have a plain and simple meaning in the english language. media organizations should use them…