Ask A VC: Javelin Venture Partners’ Noah Doyle On The Next Innovations In Mapping And More

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In this week’s Ask A VC show, Javelin Venture Partners’ Managing Director Noah Doyle sat down to talk with us about why he started a venture firm, where the next innovations in mapping are coming from and more.

Doyle has extensive experience in the online mapping world—he directed the enterprise product line for Google’s geospatial products, including Google Earth and Google Maps. Prior to Google, Noah managed the Marketing Strategy and Corporate Development functions at Keyhole, a company that created the first Web-hosted digital earth model and was acquired by Google in 2004. Doyle explains to us that some of the new technologies he’s excited about include layering social data across maps.

Check out the video above for more!