October 26, 2010 source: AlwaysOn, Networking the Global Silicon Valley Nat Goldhaber article, Local Storage: Investing Opportunities Abound was featured on the AlwaysOn website. “Claremont Creek Ventures’ Nat Goldhaber looks deeper into Bloom Energy’s “power plant in a box” and finds an off-grid solution that has a good chance of becoming a success. Earlier this […]Read More
October 20, 2010 source: San Francisco Chronicle Business Report “With the help of a physical therapist, Micha Hoy strapped a big black computer-controlled device onto her left leg, which has had limited mobility since she experienced a stroke nine years ago. “I feel like I should be in the ‘Matrix’ movies,” the San Francisco architect […]Read More
October 12, 2010 source: AZnanotechnology the A-Z of Nanotchnology What do a smart window company, a microbial analysis start-up and waste-heat recovery start-up have in common? They’re all located in the San Francisco Bay Area and they’re all based on technology developed at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory…. Alphabet Energy is another start-up that has seen […]Read More
Last year, Claremont Creek Ventures was exposed to over 500 startup ideas and entrepreneurs. As is probably typical in most early stage technology Venture Capitalists, we ultimately invest in less than 1% of the deals we see. That means we are saying “no” at least 99 times for every time we ultimately say “yes”. It […]Read More
Otober 7, 2010 source: Xconomy Micah Myers writes, “Top Gun the movie, like many movies loosely based on true stories or real organizations, certainly left us all entertained, and hopefully even a little motivated. The scenes of beach volleyball, testosterone-charged competition, and Maverick’s famous rendition of the Righteous Brothers’ classic were all unforgettable. But Hollywood […]Read More
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
Claremont Creek Ventures was founded in 2005 by Nat Goldhaber, John Steuart and Randy Hawks to pursue early stage investing in exceptional technology startups.