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I often get asked, “how do I get a meeting with a VC?” Here is my slightly tongue-in-cheek view.
Filed under: Customer Development, Venture Capital
Tongue in good-cheek. All ways they need to get out of the building
At first I read associate as ‘asshole”, then I looked again. I was probably more right the first time.
Looks like a hypergraph, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypergraph, in the centre, funky.
I am looking into game development, kickstarter seems the place to raise money these days.
Amusing, but so true!Best,Bharat– Sent from my HP TouchPad
If you have a business successful enough to attract a VC, it is more than likely you do not need a VC. A VC will take your company away from you and all of the profit…if you are successful or not…
Yes Chris I think you’re right.
All that Marc Andreessen had was
Jim Clark. Who was all he needed.
I think that VCs are a waste of time.
Missing the arrow out of customer development up to the VC meeting (at least here at Menlo Ventures!)
I don’t get the flowchart. What does the initial question refer to? That if you made some money for any other VC company?
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El 17-10-2012, a las 10:01, Steve Blank escribió:
[...] week, Steve Blank reminded silicon valley it needed to get out of the building in order to develop… but getting out of the building is not sufficient when you’re trapped in a gated [...]
Are silicon valley VC’s running an illegal technology cartel?
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