Ed Sim has today’s great VC post titled Don’t forget to look at venture debt when raising a new round. Venture debt is a useful part of the capital structure of any VC-backed company and is suddenly trendy again. Ed writes eloquently about the advantages and pitfalls.
One question that we’ve gotten fairly frequently is whether or not an entrepreneur should take money from unaccredited investors. It’s tempting – you have friends and family that want to help you out, in many cases don’t want debt and want a piece of the action. Brad and I aren’t your lawyers. If you take […]
We are often asked “how does Venture Capital work?” Will Price from Hummer Winblad recently gave a presentation to a class at Stanford (Entrepreneurial Engineer) which is an excellent overview of how venture capital works.
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