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July 7, 2014

Today, we’re excited to officially launch our new blog, The View From Seed, providing insights and inspiration for seed-stage startups, founders, and entrepreneurs, from idea phase through raising Series A.

You can visit the blog or subscribe in two seconds with your email address. And be sure to follow us on Twitter to keep up to date.

You can also check out the startup resources page on the blog, which we’ll continue to add to over time.

 Why are we launching this blog, and why does it focus so specifically on the seed stage?

As venture capital firms evolve and strategies shift, we try to take the advice that VC’s give so often to their early stage portfolio companies: stay focused and be really great at one thing. 

For NextView, our one thing is seed-stage innovation. Period. We want to be the very best capital partners for seed-stage technology companies in our areas of focus, and help founders give their companies the best possible start.  We’ll continue to post topics a bit outside of this scope on our personal blogs, but will try to make The View From Seed the strongest collection of content that relates specifically to seed stage companies and the entrepreneurs leading them.  This will include posts from the NextView team, but also from our  friends in the ecosystem that have valuable perspectives to share as well.

If you have any feedback (or have ideas to contribute), we welcome them. Feel free to leave a comment here or contact myself or Jay Acunzo, our director of platform, directly via email.

Check out The View From Seed now!

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