Gift Guide: Leading VCs recommend their favorite reads from 2019

Welcome to TechCrunch’s 2019 Holiday Gift Guide! Need help with gift sentiments? We’re here to help! We’ll be wheeling out endowment ushers from now through the end of December. You can find our other guides right here .

As we reach the end of 2019 and approaching crunch time for everyone who has postponed anniversary gift buying, we wanted to highlight a few more immense reads that might add value to your life or are just plain age-old fun.

Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve queried Extra Crunch members and the TechCrunch editorial staff for their favorite books of its first year. Responses extended a huge mix of genres, narrative organizations and formats, with entitles that would fit the interests of anyone from your techno-nerd co-founder to your craziest second-cousin that you simply see around the holidays.

For our latest round of notebook recommendations, we decided to ask the investors who control the capital in Silicon Valley, cure catalyze the industry’s biggest wins and ultimately force what our future will look like. We cross-examine a hand-picked group of five contributing VCs on their top journal recommendations for 2019 with the only criteria being that survey respondents personally speak the title this year and thought it was meaningful. Among our matches 😛 TAGEND Josh Wolfe, Lux Capital , Lux Capital Theresia Guow, aCrew Capital , aCrew Capital Mamoon Hamid, Kleiner Perkins , Kleiner Perkins Maha Ibrahim, Canaan , Canaan Jennifer Fonstad, Owl CapitalPosted in PoliticsTagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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