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The Billion Dollar Valuation Club
— Aileen Lee has a really good post up on TechCrunch, in which she analyzes the number of companies that have been started since 2003 that have gone on to be worth $1bn or more. — This is a very useful exercise in the VC business since it is these big wins …
— I've been doing a tour of the summer accelerator programs and a question I get a lot is about the feedback the teams get from the investors and mentors they meet with. They ask me how much should they react to the feedback they are getting advising them to do things differently …
Let The Games Begin
— That was my partner John's email response when the news came across our internal email list that the SEC had finally lifted the General Solicitation Ban as they were asked to do by Congress in Title II of the JOBS act. — What this means is that folks raising capital …
Valuation vs Ownership
— I am talking at the PreMoney conference today (via Skype) and I woke up thinking about the challenges facing the VC industry. I hope to talk a bit about this at the conference. — Some investors are ownership focused. They want to own 20% of the business but care less about the valuation.
Product > Strategy > Business Model
— One of the mistakes I see entrepreneurs make is they move to business model before locking down strategy. The way I like to think about this is get the product right first, then lock down the strategy of the business, then figure out the business model.
You Can Do Too Much Due Diligence
— It's Monday, time for another lesson I've learned in the venture capital business. Today I will tell a story that I love telling. It has some of my favorite people in it. — Back in 2004, early in my blogging career, I heard about a service that had just launched called Feedburner.