Today’s great VC blog of the day comes from Matt McCall who writes about The Myth of 51%. As most early stage entrepreneurs know, the notion of “control” is an elusive one that ultimately kicks in when your company starts generating positive cash flow and you no longer need any capital from your investors. As Matt eloquently […]
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One of the regular questions we get is “how do I become a venture capitalist.” As there isn’t a well defined industry standard job description for “venture capitalist”, we thought it’d be useful to reach into the deep, dark, musty blog archives and reprint a post on How to become a venture capitalist – with minor edits […]
Today, we bring you your VC blog of the “every couple of days” from Matt McCall has an excellent post up titled Multiples vs. IRR. If you are wondering which matters more and why so many people get tripped up by IRR, read slowly and carefully. I assure you that Jack Bauer does not worry […]
Tom Evslin has a nice post up titled Two New Must Read VC Blogs for Entrepreneurs praising AsktheVC (yes – we like positive feedback (thanks Tom) – we send it to our mothers and it makes them proud.) Tom has a series of posts titled “VC Primer from an Entrepreneur’s Point of View”. They include: VC […]
As I was reading through my feeds this morning, I noticed that in addition to Jason’s post on VCs and Non-Disclosure Agreements, Rick Segal also had a long and thoughtful post titled Shhhh – The Promise Not To Tell about how an entrepreneur should think about NDA’s. These are both additive to my post Why […]
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.