Ah – two great VC posts in one day – what more could you ask for? Scott Maxwell of OpenView Venture Partners has an awesome post up titled 10 best ways to lie with metrics. I’m glad to see Scott blogging again – his MIT background shines through with his critical thinking on any topic […]
Archives for February 2007
Month: February 2007
Saul Klein (VP at Skype) has the Great VC Post of the day up. It’s a presentation by Ben Holmes from Index Ventures on Everything You Need To Know About Venture Capital.
It’s late on Friday (queue Amy from background: “Brad, it’s 6:10 on a Friday – get off of your computer and come play.”) Before I figure out where we are going for dinner, I thought I’d leave you with a Madlib to fill in. Remember Madlibs? Yeah – sure you do. I know I’m supposed to […]
Today’s Great VC Post doesn’t come from a VC (I couldn’t find any great ones this morning when I went through my feeds in FeedDemon.) Instead, it’s a post by my long time friend Will Herman titled Prepare and Be Prepared that is a follow up to my post titled Don’t Be Casual. I realize this […]
Question: I founded a hardware startup in 2000. We have not had an exit yet, but it’s been successful. We have 9 VCs who invested in us and 4 are on the board. I am thinking about starting another company, because the idea is worth it. What would be the VCs point of view on […]
Today’s Great VC post of the day is a long, detailed example of How Equity Dilution Works by Ken Gaebler.