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How do early stage VCs find the startups to invest in?

How do early stage VCs find the startups to invest in?
Posted on Sun, 17 October 2021 by scott-orn

It's important to recognize that finding interesting startups to invest in is what early stage VCs are really exceptionally good at. They are amazing at generating really, really strong deal flow.

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Does Crowdfunding Capital Raise Discourage Future VC Investment?

Does Crowdfunding Capital Raise Discourage Future VC Investment?
Posted on Sun, 23 May 2021 by scott-orn

Does crowdfunding capital raise discourage future VC investment? We are getting this question a lot because there are way more ways to access capital these days than the traditional VC route, so startups are taking advantage of this.

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What is an Orphaned VC Deal?

What is an Orphaned VC Deal?
Posted on Tue, 27 April 2021 by scott-orn

Your startup just got VC funding. Congratulations! But, then you receive notification that your venture capital partner just left their firm. Before you panic, read this article about “what is an orphaned VC”. Although it sounds awful, it is not as bad as you might think.

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What are Your VC’s Return Expectations Depending on the Stage of Investment?

What are Your VC’s Return Expectations Depending on the Stage of Investment?
Posted on Sun, 14 March 2021 by scott-orn

It is incredibly important that startup founders know what their VCs are going for so that they can be aligned and make smart decisions.

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Startup Investor Update Template

Startup Investor Update Template
Posted on Mon, 7 December 2020 by scott-orn

Every startup should be sending their investors an email update every month - an “investor update.”. And the earlier in the month, the better. It's nice to have that conversation going with your investors so that they can help you when you need it.

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