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Key to growing an internet economy—which includes everything from banks and fintechs to agritech, e-health, and venture capital—will be growing the developer talent that builds the products and engines on which it run.

From Quartz

Earlier this year, the famed venture capitalist Alan Patricof launched a new fund with SoulCycle veteran Abby Levy to back startups making products for seniors.

From Fortune

Indeed, he says that when he announced that he was leaving Dropbox in early August to join the world of venture capital, he didn’t know where he would land.

For those who like to venture off the beaten path and aren’t afraid of grime, check out the multicultural and Vegas-esque suburb of Parow, about 10 miles from the city center, where there’s a quirky market, curious bars and great street eats.

From Ozy

Both aspects stem from a deal Smith and Brockman made 20 years ago, one that joined the unlikely pair in a venture with vast ambitions.

It is in threading these tortuous windings that many a fearless venturer has lost foot-hold and been utterly cast away.

I have always deemed myself a predestined bachelor, a lover of other people's children and a most timid venturer among spinsters.

The Venturer is one who keeps his eye on the hedgerows and wayside groves and meadows while he travels the road to Fortune.

Only a few times have I met a true venturer—one who does not ask a schedule and map from Fate when he begins a journey.

Through the open window the suspicious venturer saw the recreant ambassadors, gay with laughter.

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On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to venturer, such as: charlatan, daredevil, entrepreneur, explorer, gambler, and globetrotter.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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