Liquid Ventures is two companies in one.
1) A small business incubation firm that launches and nurtures start ups.
2) A consulting firm that works at the juncture of politics, technology and emerging media.
It may seem a bit unusual, but we’re very fortunate to be able to do both what we enjoy and what we’re good at. Starting organizations, both for profit and non-profit, and working on interesting and impactful political and public policy projects.
Visit our portfolio section to learn more about the companies that we’ve launched.
Visit our projects to learn more about our clients, both corporate and political organizations.
About our founder – Charlie Davis
Charlie Davis, president of Liquid Ventures, is a successful business and organizational entrepreneur.
Charlie divides his time between working with Liquid Ventures’ growing portfolio of companies and clients and launching new startups. He is currently launching Prodigy Health Insurance, the US Leadership Foundation and managing the 2011 Republican Leadership Conference.
Liquid Ventures is a unique company which functions as both a small business incubation firm and a consulting firm that works at the juncture of politics, technology and emerging media.
For their portfolio companies, Liquid Ventures provides guidance on management, information technology, strategic planning and business development – as well as office space and financial support. Key companies include FanTheFire.com, Varsity Vests and GatorWorks Web Design.
Charlie also oversees the consulting division of Liquid Ventures which specializes in helping clients implement effective programs in grassroots mobilization, earned media efforts and emerging media campaigns.
Charlie is married to Ellen Wray Davis and they have two sons and two daughters. Ellen spends most of her time rearing William, Sarah, Anna and Charles, but is also very active in the political process. She is the former Political Director of GOPAC, the former Executive Director of the Republican Party of Louisiana, an elected member of the party’s State Central Committee and was a delegate to the 2008 Republican National Convention.