October 6, 2010 source: PrivateEquityCentral.net (registration required for site access) This interview with Ted Driscoll was originally published on the Private Equity Central website. The Future is Now Bionic limbs may sound like something out of the future, but it is not. It is here. Now. Claremont Creek Ventures, a firm with $310 million in […]Read More
October 4, 2010 source: ShotSpotter “Just 24 hours after the inauguration of the ShotSpotter Gunshot Location System in Canoas, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, Police made their first arrest thanks to their use of this new technology. On Tuesday, September 28, at 3:49pm, the Shotspotter system detected the sound of gunfire and provided its exact […]Read More
September 21, 2010 source: greentechgrid Michael Kanellos’ article on The Top Ten VCs in Smart Grid; Who has the best investments for fixing the grid and automating power demand? lauds Claremont Creek Ventures and its portfolio companies: “Adura Technologies, EcoFactor (home energy management) Sentilla (energy management for data centers). EcoFactor, whose HAN doesn’t require a […]Read More
Jamie Montgomery with Nat Goldhaber On Wednesday September 15, my partners and I joined 22 of our portfolio companies and the Claremont Creek hosted speaker– investment bankers Jamie Montgomery, Eric Wagner, and Jason Yip– for our second Turbo Talks event this year. Turbo Talks refers to the gathering we created for our portfolio where we […]Read More
At the beginning of this year, I was cautiously optimistic that 2010 would be a better year than 2009 for investments in healthcare information technology. Now that we have made our way through two-thirds of 2010, I’m happy to see that things are going well despite the fact that the U.S economy is not cooperating […]Read More
August 17, 2010 source:Gigaom Most of the recent research into thermoelectrics has centered around using nanotechnology to design thermoelectric materials that conduct electricity but not heat. In March, researchers at Boston College and MIT announced that they had achieved a major thermoelectric efficiency increase in bismuth telluride by breaking it down and “rebuilding it in […]Read More
Claremont Creek Ventures was founded in 2005 by Nat Goldhaber, John Steuart and Randy Hawks to pursue early stage investing in exceptional technology startups.