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.
Question: One of our founders (not the majority shareholder) has a wife who is partner at a law firm with great VC connections. We’re setting up as a C-corp, and the question is, would it be dangerous to let our partner’s wife’s firm handle our legal issues? On the one hand, they would definitely keep […]
Today’s Great VC Post comes from Stu Phillips of Ridgelift Ventures. There have been plenty of useful posts in the past about the value of Saying No and it’s a meme that seems to go around the VC and entrepreneur blogs on a regular basis. Stu’s post – Getting to NO! – highlights how he thinks […]