Reena Jadhav interviews David Cremin at Vator Splash on where he sees the opportunity for transformation. DFJ Frontier focuses on the earliest stages of a company's formation process. Typically, DFJ Frontier will invest $50,000 to $1 million. So, if you're looking for early rounds of funding, check out this interview with David Cremin Founder and Managing Director, DFJ Frontier, at Vator Splash L.A. 2011.
The game-changing ideas David mentions are those in the life sciences spaces. He talks about Synthetic Genomics, a company that uses synthetic genomics for life sciences and energy applications. He's also invested in a company called Prolacta Bioscience, which creates milk formula for babies in intensive care units. DFJ Frontier doesn't just focus on life sciences, the company also looks at information tech and medi tech. If you want to contact David, be sure you have to be sure you can explain how you differentiate from other startups.
Contact David via Vator.