General Partner of Rubicon VC
Andrew Romans is a general partner and co-founder of Rubicon Venture Capital, an early stage venture capital firm that invests in startups from offices in Silicon Valley and New York, but invests in startups globally. Rubicon combines a venture capital fund with a unique global community of value added angel, corporate and institutional investors to build lasting technology companies.
Andrew is the author of McGraw Hill published book “The Entrepreneurial Bible to Venture Capital, Inside Secrets from the Leaders in the Startup Game”. The Huffington Post, in a recent article, calls Romans' book "the most important book to be written for entrepreneurs since the Eric Ries classic, The Lean Startup."
Andrew previously founded The Founders Club, which provides discrete, controlled, and efficient liquidity solutions for founders, early employees, investors, and other shareholders of private companies as well as innovative equity exchange funds. Founder & President of The Global TeleExchange (The GTX), a $50m VC-backed telecom VoIP venture. Managing Partner Georgetown Venture Partners, venture capital & M&A corporate finance boutique. Romans is a frequent venture capital guest speaker on TV shows including MSNBC and CNBC.
Topic: What Corporations Should Know About Corporate VCs (CVCs)
How to raise angel and venture capital funding.
How to exit a company with maximum value for both founders and investors.
How to build value in a startup.