Stewart Alsop is a partner with Alsop Louie Partners. He was a general partner with New Enterprise Associates and led that firm’s investments in companies such as TiVo, Portola Communications (sold to Netscape), Netcentives, Glu Mobile and Xfire. During that time, he also wrote a column for Fortune. Before he became an investor, Alsop was a business editor and pundit. He was editor in chief of InfoWorld, a weekly newspaper for information technology professionals. He also published PC Letter, a fortnightly newsletter for computer industry insiders, and produced the Agenda and Demo conferences for executives of companies in the computer industry. He learned to be an editor at Inc. magazine, where he was executive editor.
About Alsop Louie Partners
Alsop Louie Partners is a team of seasoned investors who are former entrepreneurs. Each partner has experience building technology or media businesses that have grown into successful publicly traded companies. Collectively, the partners have experience in new media, gaming, SaaS, cloud infrastructure, security and mobile. Alsop Louie uses its team, network and vision of the future to build a portfolio that is focused on what it calls “The Evernet,” the next technology cycle that will produce big, vibrant companies that will form the core of the fully interconnected and personalized computing infrastructure. The Evernet will provide new private and public infrastructure to build the next generation of business and consumer applications. Alsop Louie supplements its team of investors with its Campus Associate network at selected universities. It recruits the brightest and most entrepreneurial students to connect itself to the innovative ideas and research on campus.