Today’s great post (really an article) is titled Getting attention (and cash) from VCs and angel investors. If you are in college or a recent graduate, you are starting a company, and are looking to raise money, this is a helpful article.
Archives for December 2008
Month: December 2008
Today’s best post is from Fred Wilson and is titled Investing In Thick and Thin. Once again, Fred totally nails it. "Our approach is to manage a modest amount of capital (in our case less than $300 million across two active funds) and deploy it at roughly $40 million per year, year in and year […]
Q: I love your article in the Entrepreneur magazine. It was very information. Thank you. I am now currently developing the domain name I had for 9 years to due other business and real estate investments. Do you have any suggestions which VC wants to invest? Currently looking for $100k to $250K. I only want […]
Q: I have an angel investor that is asking me for full anti-dilution protection for the lifetime of their investment, along with a host of other economic terms including dividends. They are putting in a small amount of money, but are insisting that "this is the way it is done." This doesn’t seem right – […]
Today’s best post is from my partner Jason Mendelson and is titled What’s The Value Of My Startup? In it, Jason covers many of the inputs that go into a VC’s mind when coming up with the valuation for a startup.
David Cohen has today’s great post up titled The Boomerang Founder. He defines "the Boomerang Founder is the one that “throw away” but then comes back later on and hits you upside the head, often causing significant trauma." "You start a company, and you and a couple of buddies get together and draft a simple […]