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The Twenty Minute VC: Mamoon Hamid, Social Capital
Disrupting the venture model and the next wave of VC
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· Podcast Host @ The Twenty Minute VC
is a Co-Founder and General Partner at
, a firm he co-founded in 2011 alongside
with the mission to transform society by using technology to solve the world’s hardest problems. Mamoon leads the firm’s private investing activities which focuses on building breakthrough healthcare, education, financial services, consumer and enterprise software companies. He currently sits on the board of companies that includes Slack, Intercom, Netskope and Greenhouse. Prior to starting Social Capital, Mamoon was a Partner at U.S. Venture Partners (USVP), where he led early stage investments in companies like Box and Yammer. Mamoon started his Silicon Valley career in 1997 at Xilinx where he spent six years in various engineering and marketing roles. Huge thanks to
for the intro to Mamoon. In Today’s Episode You Will Learn: 1.) How Mamoon made his way into VC and came to found Social with Chamath and Ted? 2.) How did Mamoon approach the team building aspect of Social? What did he look for in his partners and additional team members? 3.) According to Mamoon, what have been the inflection points in the incredible rising story of Social Capital? When has Mamoon's and the team's learnings really increased? 4.) What does Mamoon think of 'The Top 5 US Companies by Market Cap Being Tech Companies'? Why does he believe that there will be more from this cohort than any other cohort? 5.) What are Mamoon's expectations of growth, goals achieved at different stages of the company lifecycle etc? How does this differ according to the market he invests in? Items Mentioned In Today’s Episode: Mamoon’s Fave Book: Blue Ocean Strategy Mamoon’s Most Recent Investment:
: The Invoice For Teams by
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