Will Price from Hummer Winbald has today’s Great VC Blog of the Day up titled Isolating Causality: Bad Market or Bad Company. He could have titled it “Isolating Casualty” (that’s how I read it the first time.)
Today’s great post(s) come from Ken Gaebler and are titled My Competitor Raised $50 Million – Great! and conversely My Competitor Raised $50 Million – Yikes! Ken did a nice job of being both an optimist and a pessimist around the issue – and addresses a bunch of the opportunities and concerns that ensue.
Rob Shurtleff (known as his blog as FOO Rob) has a great post up titled Bridges to Nowhere. While this belongs in Fred Wilson’s archive of VC Cliches, it’s a good explanation of how bridges can fail to support a startup.
One of the regular questions we get is “how do I become a venture capitalist.” As there isn’t a well defined industry standard job description for “venture capitalist”, we thought it’d be useful to reach into the deep, dark, musty blog archives and reprint a post on How to become a venture capitalist – with minor edits […]
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