About VentureWrench – Startup Community and Coaching for Entrepreneurs
The startup coaches and creators of the VentureWrench Startup Community, the team at Enclavix, are experienced entrepreneurs who have started multiple businesses, raised millions of dollars in investment from investors, and sold our last company to a public firm. Our CEO has also mentored and provided grant funding for dozens of emerging technology companies. We are passionate about entrepreneurship and its potential for you and for the economy.
We are committed to your success. Visit their bio pages to meet our President & CEO, Nicole Toomey Davis, and our Chief Technology Officer, Bradley Davis. To read about the vision for the VentureWrench Library, visit About the VentureWrench Library.
We designed the VentureWrench Library to help you find the information you need – from the best in class resources – as quickly as possible, so you can be successful too. How do we know what you need? We ask you some questions about your startup and your background and then provide an interactive interface to the best stuff out there to help you succeed and to succeed more quickly.
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Entrepreneurs have the opportunity to create profitable, society changing companies with high quality jobs and be rewarded for their efforts with financial success. The truth is most entrepreneurs have a vision and passion, but may not have specific skills, in areas such as raising capital, finance and accounting, legal issues or startup management which are required to convert an opportunity into a successful enterprise. Having worked with many entrepreneurs, we have learned that many fail because they do not know what they do not know, because they do not know about available resources, or because they cannot readily find those resources.
The VentureWrench library was designed by the Enclavix team to help entrepreneurs by identifying and curating the best resources to accelerate their success. We appreciate the support of the National Science Foundation which provided funding for a portion of this work. Funding for VentureWrench was provided in part by the National Science Foundation under SBIR awards 1315303 and 1431025.