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7/27 Office Hours with CRV, double feature

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Thanks to Charles River Ventures for holding office hours with George Zachary and Saar Gur in the Zachary room today.

George Zachary joined Charles River Ventures in 2004. He brings more than 17 years of operating and investing experience in computing and consumer technology. George’s focus is on building great services and software technology companies. George led CRV’s investments in AreaeGeni.com,GoTVMillennial MediaSkyriderTwitter and is a board member at Twitter.
Saar Gur is a partner at Charles River Ventures (CRV), with more than 12 years of experience working with entrepreneurs as a founder, investor and advisor. Saar is passionate about discovering and growing early-stage companies and focuses on CRV’s consumer and internet investments. Saar currently sits on the boards of Progress FinancialWonderhill, and Blippy (incubated at CRV), and was involved in CRV’s seed investment in social games company LilGreenPatch, which was acquired by Playdom. Saar was also involved with CRV’s investments in Scribd.

CRV has been instrumental in launching SSE Labs as a sponsor, and George has been a great help to us as an advisor and mentor. We appreciate your time spent fielding many questions from our fellows, and advice on many topics from product-market fit for Fountainhop to Saar’s expertise on lead gen for Accevia.

Thank you George, and Saar. We hope you enjoyed your visit to 401 Ellis St today!

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Written by ahzietsman

July 27, 2010 at 4:43 pm

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