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Harry StebbingsMaker@harrystebbings · Podcast Host @ The Twenty Minute VC
@WesChan is a Manging Director @FelicisVentures where he has led investments in the likes of @Canva, @Flexport and @getLuma, just to name a few. Prior to Felicis, Wesley was a General Partner @ Google Ventures. Before Google Ventures he was an early employee at Google, where he founded and launched Google Analytics and Google Voice, resulting in his being awarded Google’s Founders Award–the company’s most prestigious recognition–for leading the development of Google’s early client efforts, which led to the development of Google Chrome. Fun fact about Wesley he is a massive hacker and IOT enthusiast with over 100 connected devices in his home. In Today's Episode You Will Learn: 1.) How Wesley made the transition from Foundering Google Voice and analytics to being a VC? 2.) What were Wesley's biggest takeaways from leading investments at Google Ventures? When looking at Google's investment in Nest, what makes Nest such a truly phenomenal connected device? 3.) Wesley previously said, ‘I look for patterns similar to Google Analytics in how if you build something great.' What are those patterns and what does that thought process lead to in terms of thought outcome? What is a good example of this? 4.) Where does Wesley think we are on the programmable interface element of consumer hardware? What would he like to see change or improve in the space? 5.) How has Wesley seen the investor sentiment to hardware change over the last decade? What have been the rivers in the rising positivity of investing in hardware? Items Mentioned In Today's Show: Wesley's Fave Book: The Big Short Wesley's Most Recent Investment: @getLuma by @pauljudge
Toby Eggleston@tobyeggleston · Surfer, skier, tax lawyer
Wow how inspiring was that? Fantastic interview Harry!