Coworking is not Dead; It’s just been Wrong

PaulAdvocacy, Development23 Comments

Think more regionally and by specialization. 2020 has frequently raised one major question, resoundingly repeated by property investors, office space owners, and coworking facilitators, “Is coworking dead??” No. Consider that it has been addressing and trying to solve the wrong problem. The flaw of co-working was that it is mostly generically applied. It’s usually just deck/office for coworkers. Some places … Read More

Serving Celebrities in Venture Capital

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LOUD Capital, a Columbus, Ohio-based alternative investment venture capital firm, announced this week the launch of Legacy Entertainment Ventures, a company providing venture-focused services to “celebrities” in the music, eSports, and influencer markets. Reflective of the work we’re doing with companies and in corporate innovation, we’re thrilled by what LOUD Capital, and other venture groups like it, are doing as … Read More

Venture Capital Firm Investment in Entertainment Companies

PaulVenture Capital18 Comments

Investment in “entertainment” (worded as such) is tough to explain and guide.  Appreciate that the production of entertainment (a film, music, or game) is a creative asset and rarely considered the opportunity in wealth might invest – generally that’s considered financing and we shared a bit about getting a film financed, as an example, here. Note, investors seek a return … Read More

The Dozens of Media Oriented Corporate VCs

PaulAdvocacy, Development, Opportunity1 Comment

One of our seed articles, written as we laid the groundwork for MediaTech Ventures, highlighted the need for and role of corporate investment in video game development. As though the analysts behind that article were prescient, tech market intelligence platform CB Insights announced recently the 55 most active Corporate VC firms and I’m pleasantly surprised to see nearly half of … Read More