John Greathouse

John Greathouse

Entrepreneur and professor turned venture capitalist
John Greathouse a serial entrepreneur and professor turned venture capitalist. He led Computer Motion’s $110 million IPO and the $236 million sale of Expertcity (creator of GoToMyPC and GoToMeeting) to Citrix. Greathouse contributed to CallWave’s IPO, sold a company he co-founded  to Coull and managed The Tearaways, a gifted power pop band. At Rincon Venture Partners, Greathouse works with some of the most talented startup operators on the planet. He is a professor of Practice at UC Santa Barbara where he teaches several courses on entrepreneurship.
5 Signs You've Hired a 'Victim'
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5 Signs You've Hired a 'Victim'

If 'everyone' else is to blame, then you may have hired one of these folks.
It Made Sense at the Time: Why I Passed on Uber's Seed Round
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It Made Sense at the Time: Why I Passed on Uber's Seed Round

The opportunity to invest the equivalent of a down payment on a modest Silicon Valley house in the early Uber would be worth a billion dollars now. When you pay that kind of tuition, you need to learn the lesson.
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