All Notes

Dear Founders

Evan TanaEvan Tana
December 20, 2021

We love nurturing crazy ideas, building something from nothing, helping great people create remarkable things. We’ve been fortunate to do all three for our entire careers as early stage founders and now investors. At Script, this is what fundamentally drives us and why we choose to partner with founders from day one. It’s at the earliest stages where we hope to help write your script.

Announcing our $38M Fund II

AJ SolimineAJ Solimine
December 8, 2021

We’re excited to finally announce our $38M pre-seed Fund II and new brand, Script Capital. As former founders ourselves, we are purpose-built to partner with founders at the pre-seed stage. We take pride in getting to conviction to invest in a founder and idea before anyone. Also, having spent most of our careers building products and teams from scratch, we are most helpful to founders at this exciting, yet fragile, stage.

Webstack 2020

AJ SolimineAJ Solimine
June 8, 2020

While the cost to run a web application has plummeted over the last decade, the development and infrastructure stack has exploded in complexity.

This means that much of the cost savings in infrastructure have just been passed onto engineering salaries and increased development timelines. Even smaller engineering teams often require significant specialization in devops, infrastructure and front-end engineering.

The number of Software-as-a-Service businesses has exploded over the past decade, with the average 200+ person company adopting over 100 separate SaaS services. As SaaS services become more and more specialized, virtually every aspect of business has become a digital workflow. This has led to an immense flood of digital information, leading many tech pundits to refer to data as “the new oil”.

Work Smarter & Better

Evan TanaEvan Tana
May 1, 2020

Teams and individuals have become increasingly productive and effective with the plethora of tools that are now deployed across most modern teams (e.g. productivity apps, communication apps, workflow management, analytics tools). However, because of the three macro trends listed, the drive to work smarter and better will not stop with this initial wave of tools.

Millenials Grow Up

Evan TanaEvan Tana
April 1, 2020

Millennials grew up native to mobile, social networking, ubiquitous internet, eCommerce. As they grow older, their use of the services they used in their college years and twenties wanes as they become less “time rich” with new life priorities. However, their preference and expectations for convenience, connectivity and access are deeply ingrained.