BRV Due Diligence Framework – Part 1

William Poon: Cornell Tech FM  Original Article BRV Due Diligence Framework Pt. 1 Once the fund managers agree as a group that we are interested in a company and want to learn more, one manager will gather a team consisting of other fund managers and associates. This...

BRV Due Diligence Framework – Part 2

William Poon: Cornell Tech FM Original Article BRV Due Diligence Framework Pt. 2 Continued from Part 1. Traction Startups will need to show the investor that they’ve been making traction. If the founders are still shopping around an idea for the past 6 months without...

BRV Investment Process

William Poon: Cornell Tech FM Original Article: BRV Investment Process Typically in a screening call with a startup founder, the question of our investment process will come up. This is a great question for all founders to ask investors and for investors to answer for...

The Future of Computing

William Poon: Cornell Tech Fund Manager As companies like Amazon, Intel, and Google develop new technologies, consumers only see a polished product. What we don’t realize is that as the technology improves, it becomes exponentially more complex. As companies use more...

Associate Perspectives

Brandon Shih: Associate I first encountered BRV when I presented spiels about how BRV would enable me to make the world a better place through earth-shattering investments in my MBA application. In other words, as you’ve correctly assumed, I did not have any...

Intro to Big Red Ventures

William Poon: Cornell Tech FM Original Article: Intro to Big Red Ventures Big Red Ventures is a student-run Venture Capital Fund at Cornell University. It was started in 2001 by two MBA students who were in the Park Fellowship program. Since then, Big Red Ventures has...