Today’s post is from Matt Eventoff – a communications consultant who has good tips for entrepreneurs who are pitching VCs. I reinforce that having a clear message is really important. If you get off on the wrong foot in a presentation and can’t clearly definite your value proposition, you risk losing the interest of the […]
I (Jason) will be visiting the University of Michigan in a couple of weeks to speak to different campus constituencies about entrepreneurship and venture capital. As part of that, I’m going to plant my butt in a conference room on campus for a couple of hours and talk to anyone that wants to come by […]
Q: With a number of great companies being born of ideas coming from a youthful group of entrepreneurs, how are investors reacting to twenty-somethings fresh out of college, with little to no professional experience, without a strong network of seasoned industry experience and with a inconceivable amount of life learning still ahead of them? Assuming […]
Thanks to my friends at Kendall Media Group, here is the video of my recent Venture Capital Crash Course at the Silicon Flatirons. I give a 25 minute presentation and then hold an hour town-hall question and answer session. Great questions were asked, so if you are interested in what goes through a VC’s head, […]
I’ve received some requests to see the materials from the presentation last week. Video should be arriving at a later date, but for now, here are the slides.
As previous posted, I’m presenting at the University of Colorado a 1.5 hour "crash course" lecture on the VC industry. There are two updates: 1. The program is February 24th (not 25th, as originally posted) at 5:15 at the CU law school. You can find more information here. 2. Several folks are getting together and […]