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.
Venture Capital & Startup
With it apparent that cloud adoption is the future for any business, next-gen IT monitoring presents an exciting opportunity to serve as a bridge to the cloud.
Most startup executive teams can only dream of an outcome like Google’s acquisition of Nest. Nevertheless, the Nest story is a great case study on how to best position your company for an exit.
While VC Associates might not possess a “Partner” title, they are still a wealth of information for entrepreneurs of expansion-stage companies.
What surprises and innovations lay in store for 2014? Here are my predictions for six disruptive technology trends set to have a major impact this year.
Looking for ideas for how to allocate your company donations this year? At OpenView, we designate our charitable giving similar to our investments.
An successful go-to-market strategy requires defining market segments with the optimal level of details to be actionable and effective. Make sure you don’t lose the forest for the trees (and vice versa).
Before you head into raising capital, make sure you’ve done your research and know what questions founders should ask VCs.
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.
On the whole, VCs are investing in fewer, bigger companies. What’s behind this surprising venture capital trend, and will the industry continue to swim upstream?