I’m in Boston today, so was fun to see Venture Deals make the list from Boston University Questrom School of Business of Top 7 Books for Innovators to Read in 2019.
My long time friend and favorite Seattle VC Greg Gottesman has started blogging. Greg’s a great writer and super thoughtful investor so I expect his blog will be one to read and comment on. It’s certainly going to be in my daily blogroll. Greg and I are currently on the boards of Cheezburger and Startup Weekend together. […]
Question: I participated in a company’s “app challenge weekend” (which they described as somewhere between a hackathon and a startup weekend). I am excited to continue working on the product that my team built over the weekend with 2 of the team members (my brother and the guy who pitched the idea). My preference is […]
We’ve been flattered through the years to hear that several highly acclaimed universities have used our term sheet series to teach business, law and engineering students the ins and outs of the venture financing term sheet. With the release of our book, Venture Deals: Be Smarter Than Your Lawyer and Venture Capitalist, we’ve begun to […]
Question: How hard is for USA VCs fund an abroad startup? e.g. Brazil. There are not so many VCs here, so I would like apply for investors in the USA. Have you seen that before? US-based VCs tend to fall into two categories – those who don’t do any deals outside the US (other than […]
Today’s great VC post is from my partner (and co-author of this blog) Jason Mendelson. Jason post Where Do Venture Capitalists Find Their Companies? has a detailed breakdown, from Jason’s point of view, on where VCs find (and look for) companies to invest in. And – as a bonus post – Mark Suster has a […]