February 10, 2011 source: greentechmedia A conversation with Nat Goldhaber How does a startup get into batteries? The first wave tried to produce their own battery cells. While some, such as A123 Systems and Boston-Power, have managed to build factories, it’s taken hundreds of millions of dollars to pull off, and most of the others […]Read More
When I was in high school back in the 70’s, I remember my favorite physics teacher telling me about the difference between data and information. Data was raw, unprocessed and unlinked to any meaning. Information was what data became when it was linked to meaning. This was an important distinction that has even greater meaning […]Read More
December 27, 2010 source: (Bloomberg) Washington Post Nat Goldhaber, managing director of Claremont Creek Ventures, discusses Tesla Motors Inc.’s performance, its battery technology and the outlook for the electric-car market. Tesla, an unprofitable electric-automobile maker, fell the most since July after insiders were allowed to sell shares in the company. Goldhaber talks with Pimm Fox […]Read More
It’s the end of the year – an opportune time to forecast how 2011 will unfold in health care. We are likely to see some surprises, such as the sharply rising importance of primary care physicians. Here are some predictions about the new year: More consolidation is on its way in healthcare under Obamacare, which […]Read More
December 10, 2010 source: VentureBeat What to watch for in cleantech in 2011: companies, IPOs and trends Tis the season for next-year forecasts, so VentureBeat asked a few cleantech venture capitalists for their thoughts on clean energy trends to watch in 2011. Nat Goldhaber of Claremont Creek Ventures tells us that next year is The […]Read More
December 24 2010 source: peHUB John Steuart’s participation on the SVASE VC panel “Technology, Startup & Investing Trends & Forecasts for 2011 – where are we headed?” was covered by peHUB Crazed Internet Investing Could Continue In 2011, But Cleantech May Face Tough Times The “crazy” pace of investing in Internet companies may continue next year, […]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.