Friday Letter: Welcome to the new Venture Capital Journal website

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. I hope you all are enjoying your break and safe travels, wherever you may be.

We Venture Capital Journal staffers are off for a few days, but we’ll be back at it on Monday, Dec. 2 as we close out the year.

If you’re reading this, the day after Thanksgiving, you’re a loyal subscriber of VCJ. And we thank you.

Also, you likely noticed the new look of the website. This is part of our relaunch as we get in line with our affiliate publications under the PEI Media umbrella. PEI acquired us, Buyouts, PE Hub and our conference series in April. More info about our company is available here:

Rest assured, the content of the website remains the same. But please note the new URL of VCJ is now

Also, what’s changed is that you can find daily news briefs about VC-backed deals, fundraising updates and people moves on our new VCJ website.

Along with the relaunch of the site, we’ve also created a new look to the email alerts that subscribers can receive each weekday morning.

If you’re a subscriber, and you’re wondering what changes will come to the print magazine, keep an eye out for the first issue of the new year because, yes, it will be different and better!

But some things will remain the same. We’ll continue to provide news and data about fundraising, including who’s raising capital and which investors are making new allocations. Look for stories in the coming year about new market opportunities, such as our sector-trend stories and reports on Europe and other regions.

We’ll continue to cover personnel moves, LP and GP profiles, new fund launches and other trends impacting the venture community.

I would love to hear from you about what story ideas we should pursue and anything else venture-related. You can contact me via my email at I’m based in the San Francisco Bay Area and happy to meet folks in person.

You can also leave us an anonymous tip on our website by clicking here.

In the meantime, enjoy your weekend, and as Robert Frost said: “Home is the place where, when you have to go there, they have to take you in.”