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Nyft spresentation

  1. 1. Leigh A. Drogen Founder and CEOAt least thats not my signature
  2. 2. Tech and Finance, two very different worlds
  3. 3. My quantitative DNA plays huge role in my philosophy
  4. 4. Started Surfview Capital in 2008
  5. 5. Social media + finance created a massive opportunity
  6. 6. Open philosophy, ideas not identities, community
  7. 7. StockTwits = unstructured data, Estimize = structured data
  8. 8. Howard fired me, Im grateful
  9. 9. Been fired from every real job Ive ever had
  10. 10. 2,300+ buy side and independent analysts
  11. 11. We sell data
  12. 12. Agnostic towards identities
  13. 13. Focused on slicing and dicing based on corpus
  14. 14. Moneyball for earnings estimates
  15. 15. Rank and rate analyst on Accuracy, many other statistical levels
  16. 16. The first ones through the wall get a little bloody
  17. 17. Is accuracy or representativeness more important?
  18. 18. Building premium layers
  19. 19. Rank and Rate, Sort and Filter
  20. 20. Save filters, get alerted when something matches
  21. 21. Select Consensus
  22. 22. Further quantitative measurement
  23. 23. Big things coming soon
  24. 24. Its messy, lot of mistakes
  25. 25. Would not have started Estimize if I didnt have conviction
  26. 26. Your idea is the least important part
  27. 27. Its all about execution
  28. 28. Hustle is far more important than skill or intelligence
  29. 29. You have to do alchemy
  30. 30. Keep your company alive long enough to see it work
  31. 31. Make people believe, team, VCs, friends, family, everyone
  32. 32. Be able to admit quickly when you dont have a necessary skill set
  33. 33. Put your ego down, ask for help, give help on a regular basis
  34. 34. Always be recruiting, always
  35. 35. Recruiting walks > meeting rooms
  36. 36. Understand who youre hiring, age mismatch can be a problem
  37. 37. How will they react under pressure, can you go to war with them?
  38. 38. Tried to outsource front end, massive failure, process is key
  39. 39. January 2011 ran out of money after 95K seed
  40. 40. Jesse held it together
  41. 41. Found Brian on Angel List
  42. 42. Brian made a bet on us
  43. 43. He had Leverage
  44. 44. Brian brought in Adam, we had a team
  45. 45. Raising A round was hugely different from Angel Investors
  46. 46. Disappointed in San Fran
  47. 47. Had to go learn
  48. 48. Found people who helped
  49. 49. Its not a conversation. Make people believe
  50. 50. Blitz dont spread it out, one massive dot no lines
  51. 51. Avoid the Whale
  52. 52. Life on the buy side is structured, startup is chaos for your life
  53. 53. People know whats coming, you need to be delusional
  54. 54. This process is emotionally exhausting
  55. 55. Keep yourself in the game at a high level
  56. 56. Thomson and Capital IQ have massive innovators dilemma
  57. 57. Start open or exclusive?
  58. 58. Buy Side guys predictably irrational about transactional model
  59. 59. People often perceive value with a transaction associated with it
  60. 60. Build a moat of as many contributors as possible

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