Brandon Zeuner

Brandon Zeuner


Personal blog: http://brandonzeuner.me,
http://www.venture51.com/
Scottsdale, Arizona, United States
Accredited investor
Member since September 27, 2008
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Partner at venture51, involved in early-stage tech. Love family, free-skiing, board sports and golf. Rarely lose in Ping Pong. Quote_down
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I am a(n):

Investor

If you are an entrepreneur, why?

I want to invent something cool.

My favorite startups:

Our Portfolio :)

What's most frustrating and rewarding about entrepreneurship/innovation?

The highs are rewarding and lows are frustrating.

What's the No. 1 mistake entrepreneurs make?

Not embracing the staccatos of high and lows, and letting the lows make you want to stop often giving up when you're first and goal.

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Brandon Zeuner (Zoy-ner) is a partner at venture51. Previously, Zeuner was the Vice President, Sales & Business Development at Flypaper charged with advancing their launch and sales strategy, key business development relationships and community evangelism.

Before Flypaper, Brandon was Director of Sales & Marketing at Sage Software, where he was responsible for North American revenues for ACT! and Saleslogix. Other positions at Interact Commerce (before Sage acquired in 2001) included various executive roles in sales and marketing for Saleslogix and ACT! product lines.

Prior to Sage Software & Interact Commerce, Brandon co-founded Aprivity, a technology start-up aimed to improve enterprise software usability, where he executed the companies’ capital formation and go-to-market strategy. Zeuner has been a part of a few tech startups and currently occupies founder and advisory roles with Republic Project, Growth Panel and Marketing MO.

Other tech advisory boards that Zeuner has served on include PeopleJar, Plan Plus Online and Priasoft, where he was brought on to help with product & go-to-market strategies.