#394 William Quigley Clearstone Venture
January 6, 2014•84 min
On This Episode : Josh Flagg, William Quigley & Andy Abramson
Celebrating his tenth year in the real estate business, Josh Flagg is back and bigger than ever. Having sold $250,000,000 in residential real estate in little over a year, Flagg is taking the rebounding real estate market by storm. So how did Josh do it? He swings by the studio and fills our listeners in on his amazing run, what you can learn from his mistakes, and how you can get started. His record selling achievements include the most expensive house in Brentwood and the most expensive house in Beverly Hills south of Sunset Blvd. Known as a heavy-hitter in the industry, Flagg has been the listing agent for the famed Dorothy Chandler Estate in Hancock Park and Merv Griffin's sprawling Bel Air estate.
William Quigley joined Clearstone Venture Partners (formerly idealab Capital Partners) shortly after its formation and concentrates on its Internet, Gaming and Communications related investments. William’s current portfolio reflects his belief in the enormous opportunities in the consumer Internet, wireless and enterprise markets (Xfire.com, Titan Gaming, AOptix Technologies, SoonR, Meru Networks, Novariant). He is also focused on emerging companies offering managed services in the enterprise and consumer sectors (Communicado, Spock Networks). William is a member of the board of directors of AOptix Technologies, Meru Networks, Novariant, SoonR, Xfire and Evertune. William joined Clearstone from Mid-Atlantic Venture Funds, where he invested in early- stage Internet and communications companies. Prior to MAVF, he was the chief financial officer of Disney’s merchandise licensing division, the world’s largest licensor. Before Disney, he was a consultant with Arthur Andersen where he worked with media entertainment and banking clients.
Andy Abramson : Andy calls in to give our listeners the 101 on all things Tech in the business world!