Modern Venture with Jerry Chen
After working at VMware for 10 years, Jerry Chen developed an expertise in technology companies. Today, he works at Greylock, where he looks at deals in the infrastructure and developer tooling space. Jerry is an expert in go-to-market strategy and makes investments in technologies that have a good chance at becoming large and profitable businesses.
In today’s episode, Jerry and I talk through the dynamics of modern infrastructure investing, including examples of deals such as Chronosphere and Rockset, both of which have been featured in previous episodes of the podcast. Jerry gives his perspective on deal terms, board dynamics, and everything else that goes into a smart investment.
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