I was chatting recently with Venture Capital Journal’s Mark Boslet about a story concerning corporate venture capital investing and realized that Claremont Creek Ventures is among those VC firms witnessing first-hand heightened interest among corporations investing in venture-backed startups. We’re seeing activity, in particular, in healthcare and in clean technology, and it’s a good thing. […]Read More
June 16, 2011 source: Business Wire Company Focused on Advancing Public Safety and Security Technologies and Continuing Expansion of World’s Leading Gunshot Detection & Location System and Service — “We’re focused on the introduction of a new services-based offering which will enable us to deliver our proven acoustic detection solution and its efficacy faster […]Read More
April 21, 2011 source: Gigaom When it comes to clean-energy investing 2.0, venture capitalists are beyond looking for the silver bullet — or the magic battery –- they spent the last decade hunting and hoping for. Today, VCs are more likely to invest their dollars in slightly less ambitious energy-efficiency projects, Paul Kedrosky, senior fellow […]Read More
March 25, 2011 source: VentureWire by Timothy Hay AssureRx Health Inc. has raised an $11 million Series B round from Sequoia Capital and Claremont Creek Ventures for its testing system that helps psychiatric patients find the most compatible medications, according to an investor. “This could be one of the biggest diagnostic companies of the decade, […]Read More
– Personalized Medicine Company to Expand Marketing and Product Development for Neuropsychiatric Pharmacogenetics – CINCINNATI, March 25, 2011 – AssureRx Health, Inc. today announced the closing of an $11 million Series B financing. The personalized medicine company, which provides clinically-relevant information to help physicians select the right drug and the right dose for individual neuropsychiatric […]Read More
March 8, 2011 source: GreentechEnterprise – “When you are looking at waste heat, there is an interest if there is a very fast payback of less than two years when you are thinking of the stationary-furnace-type industries” said Paul Straub – Activity has been perking up in a once-obscure area. Here’s the report from ARPA-E. […]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.