Today’s great VC post actually comes from a lawyer (who represents VCs and VC-baked companies). And he brings good news. (Does that ever happen?). Mike Sullivan, a former colleague of mine and a partner at Howard Rice has a post about new flexible ways of considering stock option grants.
Archives for July 2007
Month: July 2007
Q: We’re a small startup with an innovative product in the social-networking / communications / UGC monetizing realm, at a pre-alpha stage of development. We have a number of potential deals on the table, the most attractive of which is to raise a large sum ($4mm) through a private placement with an investment bank. This […]
We get quite a few repeat questions – ones that we’ve answered before. Just to remind everyone, we have a search box on the right hand side of our blog. It’s simply the coolest search tool out there. Brad has several posts on his blog, but here is one post in particular that explains what the […]
Q: I understand from your term sheet series that Venture Capitalists get their legal fees paid for by the company they are funding. I have a term sheet with a legal fee cap, but now my VCs are trying to increase the amount saying their legals fees are running higher than expected. What do you […]
Well – maybe more often than sometimes. Bill Burnham has the great VC post of the day up titled Understanding Why Your VC Is Acting Crazy. Simultaneously, in a deeply rational post, Peter Rip has a Being John Malkovich moment and lets us inside his head with his post titled The Teqlo Adventure.
There have been lots of great posts about “how much should you raise” going around the blogosphere these days. Dick Costolo of FeedBurner Google has an excellent one up this morning titled Series A Financing: How Much to Raise? In addition to a great rambling essay on how much to raise, Dick also reminds all […]