Rob Go (NextView Ventures) has the VC post of the day titled Should You Meet With VC’s Early for Feedback? He adds additional perspective to the posts I highlighted last week from Allen Morgan and Mark Suster about meeting with VCs before you are ready to formally pitch them. The VC blogging was pretty thin pickings this […]
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The VC post of the day is from Zack Shulman (Cayuga Venture Fund) titled Should Founders Personally Guaranty Bank Loans? If, as an entrepreneur, you’ve raised any institution money, the answer should be – as Zack explains – a decisive NFW. In addition, your institutional investors are likely prohibited from doing this by their fund agreements. […]
Many of the VC Bloggers are talking about macro economic chaos and the impact on startups. We’ll highlight a few of them today. First up is Nic Brisbourne (DFJ Esprit) weighing in from the UK where, in addition to a falling stock market, there is fire in the streets. His post, Keep going through the […]
Monday is a tough day to be a VC blogger because you are competing with Fred Wilson’s MBA Mondays series. Fred once again delivers with his post Financing Options: Capital Equipment Loans and Leases. In this post, he talks about ways to finance your capital equipment without using cash from your equity financing, which is usually […]
Today’s VC Post of the Day is from Richard Dale (Sigma Partners) titled All the Bad Things VCs want to do to You! I don’t think this particular post needs much of an explanation.
Albert Wegner (Union Square Ventures) has today’s VC Post of the day titled If You Need To Raise Money, Get Your Financing Done ASAP. In it, Albert expresses his belief that given the current macro economic environment, companies should focus on getting their money raised quickly – as in right now. He’s conveying global / macro […]