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Jeremy Liew

Jeremy Liew is a managing director at Lightspeed Venture Partners where he invests primarily in the Internet and mobile sectors, including social media, commerce, gaming, financial services, and methods for increasing monetization. His investments include LivingSocial, Bonobos, Kixeye, PetFlow, Slice, ShoeDazzle, The Honest Company, and Zest Finance. He writes about small business, startups and financing on the Lightspeed blog. Follow Lightspeed on Twitter at @lightspeedvp.

4 Recent Stories

What You Can Learn About Ecommerce From Used Wedding Dresses

What You Can Learn About Ecommerce From Used Wedding Dresses

An online retailer pitches the sharks on her newly minted designer wedding dress consignment business, but no one bites.
November 19, 2012 in Retail Center
When Investor Likability Can Make or Break a Deal

When Investor Likability Can Make or Break a Deal

Why two grandmothers chose personality over money for the shark's investment in their candy business.
November 12, 2012 in Startup Financing
Shark Tank's Lessons in the Art of Negotiation

Shark Tank's Lessons in the Art of Negotiation

The entrepreneur behind a leftover-saving plate attempts to make the sharks bid against each other.
November 5, 2012 in Venture Capital
On Sharks, Scrubbies and Why Money Isn't Everything

On Sharks, Scrubbies and Why Money Isn't Everything

In this new series, an investor takes a closer look at a deal for a promising scrubbing sponge business on the hit business television show.
October 29, 2012 in Venture Capital