David S. Rose

David S. Rose

David Semel Rose (b June 12, 1957) is a serial entrepreneur and angel investor, based in New York.

He is an investor in startup technology companies and founder of New York Angels, an early-stage technology investment group.[1] He is Managing Partner of Rose Tech Ventures[2], a venture fund focused on Internet-based business[3], and CEO of Gust (formerly known as Angelsoft), which operates a collaboration platform for early stage angel investing[4][5]

Rose was involved in the early development of the Silicon Alley technology community in New York,[6][7] including working with pre-Internet era online data services and founding Ex Machina, a computer software company[8]; The Computer Classroom, an early personal computer training company [9]; and AirMedia, an early wireless Internet information network[10]. In an interview in 2010, Rose stated: "When AirMedia went down it was the single biggest disappointment of my life at that point. I cried myself to sleep."[11]

Rose founded and ran a technology incubator in New York City[12] and was a founding member of the national Space Angel investing group.[13] In 2005, BusinessWeek magazine included an article titled 'The Pitch Coach' about his pitch coaching sessions for entrepreneurs seeking funding from venture capitalists and angel investors.[14]

Rose attended New York City public schools and Horace Mann High School.[15] He received his BA in Urban Affairs from Yale University[16], his MBA in Finance from Columbia Business School[17] and an honorary Doctor of Engineering degree from Stevens Institute of Technology.[18]

References

  1. ^ J. Alex Tarquinio. Giving Businesses Their Wings. New York Times. 10 Sep 2008. (Accessed 12 Oct 2011)
  2. ^ The Rose Tech Ventures Team (Accessed 13 Oct 2011)
  3. ^ Bye, Adrian. "David S Rose From Rose Tech Ventures". meetinnovators.com. http://meetinnovators.com/2010/08/05/david-s-rose-rose-tech-ventures/. Retrieved 13 October 2011. 
  4. ^ Sarah Perez. AngelSoft Relaunches as Gust.com, Now Connects Startups To Investors TechCrunch. 13 Sep 2011. (Accessed 13 Oct 2011)
  5. ^ Brad Spirrison. "Angel investors brought together" Chicago Sun-Times. 8 Sep 2008. (Accessed 12 Oct 2011)
  6. ^ Steven Malanga. Silicon Alley 2.0 City Journal. Autumn 2006. paragraph 27 (Accessed 13 Oct 2011)
  7. ^ Machine of the Year: The Computer Moves In Time magazine. 3 Jan 1983. paragraph 44 (Accessed 13 Oct 2011)
  8. ^ E-Commerce: Who Owns the Rights? BusinessWeek. 29 July 1996. (Accessed 13 Oct 2011)
  9. ^ Rose, David S.; Garrity, J. Peter (1984-07-07). Business Applications of the IBM PC: an executive training seminar.. The Computer Classroom, Inc.. http://cocatalog.loc.gov/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?Search_Arg=TX0001472367&Search_Code=REGS&PID=zxOErlGZQATyF8NiCLs6ZL3Ij9K&SEQ=20111117025432&CNT=25&HIST=1. 
  10. ^ Airmedia Live gives wireless bulletins CNet. 3 Jun 1996. (Accessed 13 Oct 2011)
  11. ^ Bye, Adrian. "David S Rose From Rose Tech Ventures". meetinnovators.com. http://meetinnovators.com/2010/08/05/david-s-rose-rose-tech-ventures/. Retrieved 13 October 2011. 
  12. ^ Behind The Money, Episode 37: David S. Rose seeks entrepreneurs for incubator The Deal. 11 Aug 2008. (Accessed 13 Oct 2011)
  13. ^ Space Angels Network adds founding members Washington Business Journal. 18 Jun 2008. (Accessed 13 Oct 2011)
  14. ^ Michael Patterson. The Pitch Coach BusinessWeek. Fall, 2005. (Accessed 13 Oct 2011)
  15. ^ Horace Mann alumni class notes 1975 (accessed 17 November 2011)
  16. ^ Yale Entrepreneurship Advisory Council (Accessed 17 November 2011)
  17. ^ Columbia Business School Private Equity Program 2011 - Silicon Alley Panel (Accessed 17 November 2011)
  18. ^ David S. Rose and Jeffrey J. Wilcox to address Stevens’ graduates Stevens Institute. 29 Apr 2010. (Accessed 13 Oct 2011)

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