We’ve gotten a slew of questions like the one below. It’s impossible to give a precise answer to “is this offer a good one for my company?” when all we have is a paragraph or two to go on. So – like all good Aesop wanna-be’s – we’ll try to pull out one or two […]
Author: Brad Feld
Stu Phillips – a partner at Ridgelift Ventures – has a good post titled So, how many boards are you on? that is a follow on post to the one I wrote on Feld Thoughts titled Reconciling Time Commitments.
One of the fun things about co-authoring a blog is that you get to modify / improve or even disagree with the responses of your co-author. Jason and I have been working together since 2000 so we’ve had plenty of chances to discuss, argue, and disagree – one of the things that I love about […]
Paul Kedrosky has the “VC Post of the Day” (if we manage to do this daily for a while, maybe we’ll even turn this into a regular feature.) It’s titled Four Unusual Questions You Should Ask in Raising Venture Money. Unlike so many posts we’ve seen about questions to ask your VC (hmmm), these are […]
One of the many (yes – many – wow – keep ‘em coming – we’ll answer them) questions we got in the last 24 hours was “which conferences do you recommend?” We’ll have more on this in a separate post, but one that I noticed this morning as I read through the VC bloggers was […]
We get a lot of questions that have “simple answers” and “more complex answers.” It’s kind of like life – and the simple answers usually trump the more complex ones. For example, I received the following question the other day by email. I’ve been working on a startup concept for many months now. I have […]