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The Twenty Minute VC: John Lilly, Partner @ Greylock Partners
How Greylock continues to invest in the next big markets
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· Podcast Host @ The Twenty Minute VC
is a Partner at
Partners, one of the world’s leading venture funds of the past decade. At Greylock John has led investments in the likes of Instagram (acq by Facebook), Tumblr (acq by Yahoo) and Dropbox. John also sits on the board for Quip, Figma and ClearSlide just to name a few. Prior to Greylock, John was CEO of Mozilla, the organization behind Firefox, used by more than 450 million people. John also co-founded Reactivity, an enterprise security infrastructure company acquired by Cisco in 2007, where he served as founding CEO and later CTO. In Today’s Episode You Will Learn: 1.) How John made his way into the wonderful world of VC following his time as CEO @ Mozilla? 2.) John has invested in the likes of Quip, Figma and Dropbox, so why are we seeing such a rise in productivity tools beyond Office and Google Apps? Will it always be a market of consolidation like we have seen with the likes of Quip? 3.) Does John believe the first boom of mobile is over? What about sensors makes John excited for the future of the phone? Does John agree with
in viewing the phone as the sun of the solar system? 4.) Question from
: How does Greylock to continue to invest in the next big markets, rather than in what has made them successful before? What does the brainstorming sessions and meta-thinking look like internally? 5.) Question from
: How does John view growing one’s tribe and then growing together through all of your careers? What are the challenges and what is required in order to be successful? Items Mentioned In Today’s Show: John’s Fave Book: Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman
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