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Windward Ventures

No New Investments Warning:
Members have submitted information that the following organization(s) may not be making investments into new portfolio companies. This warning can be contested by submitting proof of a completed investment in a new portfolio company within the last four weeks here.

Firm Rating:

Rated 3.1 / 5.0 by 2
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Record
3.0
Operating
Competence
4.0
Pitching
Efficiency
4.0
Favorable
Deal Terms
2.5
Execution
Assistance
2.0

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FIRM OVERVIEW: Very Small Private VC founded in 1997 based out of San Diego, United States (US West)

TEAM MEMBERS: James A. Cole, M. David Titus, Paul A. Scott, Renee Masi,

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Unable to Raise New Funds

Fund: Windward Ventures

Posted by jerry3061 on 2009-12-06

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From Xconomy / San Diego (http://tinyurl.com/yk3mb27)
Titus says Windward raised its last venture fund in 2000, and the firm made its last new investment from that fund in 2007. Since then, Titus says, “We’re managing our [existing] portfolio of companies—like many others.” And for at least the past two years, Windward has been unable to raise a new fund from pension funds, college endowments, and other institutional investors. As Titus put it, “The meltdown in the public equity markets and the global economy has really shut that door tight.”

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