The first step in any positive investment is creating a common goal that everyone involved is moving towards together.
General Partner Gary Golding directs Edison's 2.0 Industry Group. He focuses on investments in the communications and government information technology sectors.
Gary has been a venture capitalist for 30 years, and in that time, has served as a director of 28 companies. At Edison, he has been a General Partner in Funds IV-VIII. In Fund IV he completed the rare IPO hat trick as a director with three portfolio companies (Liberty Tax Service, Vocus and Tangoe) going public and providing Edison a successful exit.
Before joining Edison in 1997, Gary co-founded the CEO Venture Fund, a firm launched in Pittsburgh by three successful technology entrepreneurs. Joining as an Associate in 1986, he became a General Partner in 1990. He served as a director of ACE*COMM which went public, providing a successful exit.
Liberty Tax Service; Vocus; Tangoe (NASDAQ:TNGO); Telarix; VFA
OTHER INVESTMENT EXPERIENCE
Digital Paper; High Branch Software; Sentori
BS, Management Science, Boston College
MA, Urban and Regional Planning, University of Pittsburgh
I believe that targeted information, at the right time in the right context, plays a crucial role in managing any business. When I research an emerging technology trend, discover a promising start-up, or analyze our deal flow I am contributing to the firm’s knowledge-base. I strive to be a resource for connecting colleagues to intelligence which assists their decisions.