I said, “Ask us anything.” And you did. In this VC questions answered post I’m providing five responses to help give a clearer picture how VCs work.
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It never hurts to do your homework before a call with a VC. Here are five quick tips to help you get the most out of a VC meeting.
We’re very happy to have recently invested in recruitment marketing platform SmashFly, which is changing the way companies recruit.
Let’s pull back the curtain to look at how a VC works. Here are answers to four common questions I get about how firms are structured, and how they make decisions.
It’s natural to have a million questions you want to ask a VC firm before getting into business. Here are the six most common questions we get at OpenView.
The truth is great entrepreneurs bring something different to the table when they pitch a VC. Here are five things that can help get my attention.
Let’s face it — raising capital isn’t a lot of fun. It usually involves late nights, pitch decks, and far too much time with lawyers and in meetings. While many factors may be out of your control, here are five ways you can speed up your capital raise.
Many companies are unsuccessful in raising VC money. That said, it is not the end of the world. Here are six alternatives to venture capital funding to keep in mind for your business.
Investors don’t always provide the direct feedback you’d prefer. Here are some tips on how identify when a “maybe” really means “no”.
Quite commonly, the biggest challenge to making an investment is coming to a valuation that works for both sides (see here – it’s rarely an easy conversation). Usually, the first valuation that gets placed on a business is in the Series A round (many times, if a seed round was raised, it was done through…