• The 3 Secret Agreements You Make When Accepting Venture Capital | Dan Martell

    Are you planning to raise money for your business? In this video, I share a few important things to note when you're raising capital for your startup. My last 2 companies were venture backed and I've learned a lot about the world of investments and now in this video, I reveal secrets that can maximize your chance of success. + Join me on FB: http://FB.com/DanMartell + Connect w/ me live: http://periscope.tv/danmartell + Tweet me: http://twitter.com/danmartell + Instagram awesomeness: http://instagram.com/danmartell Are you an entrepreneur? Get free weekly video training here: http://www.danmartell.com/newsletter Looking to raise a round of funding? Watch my free video on Fundraising Like a Pro http://lp.danmartell.com/fundraising Hey, Fundraising is a sexy topic. And understandably...

    published: 19 Oct 2015
  • Startup Funding Explained: Everything You Need to Know

    The Rest Of Us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TheRestOfUs The Rest Of Us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/TROUchannel The Rest Of Us T-Shirts and More: http://teespring.com/TheRestOfUsClothing Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcjmVj5fM5k Credits: Music by The FatRat. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa_UMppcMsHIzb5LDx1u9zQ If you're a YouTuber, definitely check The FatRat. The channel offers a wide variety of free-to-use music for your videos.

    published: 02 Jun 2016
  • Business or Project Funding, Finance, Venture Capital Partner by Amit Maheshwari

    We are Mettas Club the venture of Mettas Overseas Limited Company of Project Finance and Investment business consultant and adviser Dr. Amit Maheshwari well renowned Business and We are all addicted to seeing things a certain way doing things the way we have always done them. We are so addicted that we sincerely believe that our way is the only way. However, when we learn to control our mind and master our thinking, then we have the power and freedom to change our lives profoundly. Dr. Amit Maheshwari is a name among millions who struggled lot in life, failed and surged ahead in search of success, happiness and contentment. Just like any middle class guy, he too had a bunch of unclear dreams and a blurred vision of his goals in life. All he had was an undying learning attitude to hold ...

    published: 01 Oct 2016
  • 4. How do Limited Partnership Agreements Work?

    How do Limited Partnership Agreements Work? Limited partnership agreements are agreements between a limited partner (LP) and a general partner (GP). Limited partners are the investors in a private equity firm. As discussed previously (Video #3), these are institutions (pensions, endowments, foundations) or individuals (family offices, select high net worth individuals). The general partner is the private equity firm. (Video #5 discusses the details of private equity firms.) The LP and the GP join in a limited partnership agreement to form a private equity fund, with the purpose of investing in companies. Once an investment in a company has been made, it becomes a portfolio company of the private equity fund. The LP has limited liability and does not give the private equity fund all...

    published: 07 Jun 2016
  • Venture Capital Law: Documenting the Deal 1 (PSPA)

    The preferred stock purchase agreement is the core document in a venture capital deal. This video provides an overview, focusing on the interaction between the representations of warranties, the disclosure schedule, and closing conditions.

    published: 26 Mar 2018
  • Venture Capital Structure | CPEP

    published: 25 Aug 2013
  • Shareholders Agreement - What structure should you use for investors? Ask Evan

    http://www.evancarmichael.com/Masters/ - NEWEST VIDEO Like this video? Please give it a thumbs up below and/or leave a comment - Thank you!!! In this video I answer a question from one my readers who asked: "Hi, Hope you folks can help me here. I started up a business which is developing several very useful and desirable products. I have invested a good deal of my own time and money and now need some modest funding to really get things going. I have a number of people who are very open to making an investment in my business but they are waiting for a proposal of what I can offer. I have a business plan prepared but I need some assistance to help me to structure to some type of offering. I guess I'm looking for some type of private placement memorandum structure, except that I don't wa...

    published: 22 Jul 2012
  • Understanding Classes of Venture Capital rounds (Angel, seed, Series A, Series B ...)

    VC money comes in a lot of different form and names, so which type should you take? In this episode of eLagaan Whiteboard Friday, the eLagaan (http://elagaan.com ) team discusses what is the right class of Venture Capital money to raise and when in a startup. Understand various class of VC rounds Seed round, Series A, Series B etc. When to raise what class of money. How naming the series can make a difference in how much money you raise. Difference between angel funding vs VC funding. Also thoughts about whom should you raise the money from? How Common shares, preferred shared, liquidation preference, anti-dilution rights makes a difference in choosing the right round. How to raise enough money so that you don't raise too much or too less, so that you don't give up too much of your com...

    published: 06 Jul 2012
  • An LP's Role in Venture Capital

    Ahead of SuperVenture and SuperReturn International we're speaking to leading investors about what it means to be an LP in the world of venture capital today. How can LPs evolve to serve the tech ecosystem and make both the GPs and the entrepreneurs they're investing in more successful? Winter Mead, Vice President, Sapphire Venture Joe Schorge, Founder and Managing Partner, Isomer Capital

    published: 03 Apr 2017
  • How Crypto is Disrupting the Venture Capital Sector

    Fred Hsu spills the beans on how cryptocurrencies is disrupting the Silicon Valley startup and Venture Capital scene. Fred is a veteran venture capitalist and has invested in numerous successful startups like CashBet, Agent.ai and manage.com. He also talks about his experience in the gaming industry and his future ventures. Learn more about Fred Hsu://www.linkedin.com/in/fredhsu/ CashBet: https://www.cashbet.com/ Agent AI: https://www.agent.ai/ Manage: http://manage.com/ 👍🏻Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/boxmining 👑Recommended Exchange - Binance: https://goo.gl/joe55C 🔒Hardware Wallet: https://www.ledgerwallet.com/r/428b 📲Mobile Wallet: https://enjinwallet.io/ 💻PC / Mac Wallet : https://www.exodus.io/ ●▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬● Telegram groups: Telegram D...

    published: 17 Mar 2018
  • [Hindi]What is Pitching, Fundraising, Angel Investor and Venture Capitalist?

    In this Video, I've told what's the meaning of Fundraising, Pitching, Angel Investors and Venture Capitalists in Hindi! ➡️Music by Joakim Karud http://youtube.com/joakimkarud For more awesome Business videos, click here to subscribe- https://goo.gl/feR2v3 Smartphone(Camera) I use- http://fkrt.it/us0y7!NNNN Stay connected with Business Block at; Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/BusinessBlockPage/ Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/business_block/ Twitter- https://twitter.com/Business_Block Google Plus- https://plus.google.com/109642995027385576089 About:Business Block is a YouTube channel where you will find most videos related to Business and also some videos related to Entrepreneurship.New video is uploaded Regularly!

    published: 29 Sep 2017
  • Keep Ownership in Your Venture Company

    www.TheSecuritiesAttorneys.com How to Keep Ownership in Your Venture Company A recent article on venture fundraising studied dilution experienced by founders. The study showed that VC funding greatly dilutes the owners. Tech founders could drop to less than 10% equity ownership after $50-89 million in funding. The results for biotech and medical research ventures were even worse. Besides dilution, venture capitalists often insist on control. Founders can be saddled with piles of restrictive agreements. Investors may have prior right to receive money when the company is sold. This means that your share may be figured after the VC gets his money back – greatly reducing your profits. Venture capitalists may want anti-dilution agreements – such as the notorious “full ratchet” provision. ...

    published: 01 Feb 2017
  • The Pros and Cons of Venture Capital and Buying an Existing Company by OPEN Forum

    For more info, please visit: http://www.openforum.com/yourbusinesstv Each week MSNBC's Your Business features experts to share their secrets for improving your business. This week, investment adviser Phil Town and business strategist Carol Roth answer viewer questions about the pros and cons of venture capital and buying an existing capital.

    published: 07 Oct 2012
  • Startup funding explained in hindi | Everything you need to know about Startup funding

    Nowadays,everyone wants to start their own business and open a startup. But we need funds for starting a new business. So what are the various ways by which we can raise funds for our business? 1. 0:54 Investors - Investors are those who provides you funds with the expectation of future finance return. Investors are of two types : 1:00 Angel Investors - They are big businessman where CEOs of big companies provides you funds. Additionally, they also help you in improving your business model and hence,make you a big player in the market. 1:19 Venture Capitalist - They are the investors who provide you the funds but don't provide business know-how. They don't help you in finding loopholes in your business model and improving them. They take money from big companies and invest in your b...

    published: 13 Mar 2017
  • What is a Joint Venture?

    Welcome to the Investors Trading Academy talking glossary of financial terms and events. Our word of the day is “Joint Venture”. A joint venture or JV is a business agreement in which the parties agree to develop, for a finite time, a new entity and new assets by contributing equity. They exercise control over the enterprise and consequently share revenues, expenses and assets. There are other types of companies such as JV limited by guarantee, joint ventures limited by guarantee with partners holding shares. In European law, the term 'joint venture' or joint undertaking is an elusive legal concept, better defined under the rules of company law. In France, the term 'joint venture' is variously translated 'association d'entreprises', 'entreprise conjointe', 'coentreprise' or 'entreprise c...

    published: 30 Mar 2015
  • What is Placement Memorandum or Subscription Agreement?

    Every venture capital fund shall issue a placement memorandum to its proposed investors which contains all the terms and conditions relating to the scheme through which money is proposed to be raised from the investors. The venture capital fund may also enter into a subscription agreement with the investors which would specify the terms and conditions of the scheme through which money is proposed to be raised. The venture capital fund shall submit a copy of such placement memorandum or subscription agreement with SEBI along with the report of the money actually raised through such agreement or memorandum.

    published: 15 Mar 2012
  • Startup Financials - Term Sheet, Valuations, Economics of Investing - AngelKings.com

    Startup Financials Reviewed - the Term Sheet, Startup Valuations, Pre vs. Post-Money, SAFE Agreements, Equity Agreements, financial statements, cash flow, and how to calculate a valuation when raising capital (http://angelkings.com/course), learn from expert investor Ross Blankenship (http://rossblankenship.com), who will teach you everything you need to know on these following topics too: Raising and Investing Capital in Startups How To Divide Equity Among Founders How To Calculate Startup Valuation The Term Sheet Analyzed Pre-Money vs. Post-Money Valuation What is a SAFE Agreement? Shareholder and Subscription Agreement How To Raise A Seed Round Pre-Money vs. Post-Money Valuation Understand financial statements, Profit/Loss, Balance Sheets, Profitability, and Cash Flow. Get inside acc...

    published: 11 Nov 2016
  • Venture Deals: Be Smarter Than Your Lawyer and Venture Capitalist Audiobook

    Get this audiobook title in full for free: http://dpar.us/h/125295 Written by Brad Feld, Jason Mendelson Narrated by Sean Pratt Duration 7 hours 21 minutes As each new generation of entrepreneurs emerges, there is a renewed interest in how venture capital deals come together. Yet there really is no definitive guide to venture capital deals. Nobody understands this better than authors Brad Feld and Jason Mendelson. For more than seventeen years, they've been involved in hundreds of venture capital financings, and now, with Venture Deals, they share their experiences in this field with you. Inspired by a series of blog posts created by the authors after a particularly challenging deal, this reliable resource demystifies the venture capital financing process and helps you gain a practic...

    published: 04 Apr 2017
  • Should You Ask a Venture Capitalist to Sign an NDA?

    http://www.thestartupshepherd.com You can’t wait to share your startup idea with investors. So, should you ask a venture capitalist to sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA)? Non-disclosure agreements are also called confidentiality agreements and they say that the person with whom you share your idea won’t tell it to anyone else. Seems fair, right? But, most venture capitalists do not sign non-disclosure agreements. They don’t need to. They have so many deals to look at and most entrepreneurs don’t try to get them to sign non-disclosure agreements (maybe at one point they did but now startup founders know better than to ask). Venture capitalists do not want to manage all that paperwork – negotiate the terms and keep track of all the confidentiality agreements. Plus, they do not want to...

    published: 18 Mar 2016
  • FINANCE | Venture Capital & Private Equity Contracting

    A short video from the authors of a new book on venture capital and private equity contracting. This video demonstrates some of the key features of the book and answers questions such as: What are the economic implications of contract terms for start-up firms in various industries? What are the differences in VC and PE national and regional markets? Why are financial contracts written in different ways, and what are the implications of such contracts for start-up firm performance?

    published: 29 Apr 2009
  • The Difference Between Venture Capital And Private Equity By Andrew Romans

    http://madweekly.com/2014/09/06/difference-venture-capital-private-equity-andrew-romans/ I recently had the opportunity to interview Andrew Romans, a partner at Rubicon Venture Capital and the author of The Entrepreneurial Bible to Venture Captial: Inside Secrets from the Leaders in the Startup Game Andrew recently wrote The Entrepreneurial Bible to Venture Capital to give insights into the venture capital world. In this segment of the interview Andrew talks about the difference between venture capital and private equity. The Difference Between Venture Capital And Private Equity Transcript: CHRIS HAMILTON: What is the difference between venture capital and private equity? Between venture capital and angel investors? ANDREW ROMANS: Well, some people disagree about that. In fact, I t...

    published: 04 Aug 2014
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    Q: How can I prevent angel investors interested in investing in my enterprise from potentially stealing our IP? Watch the full #AskGaryVee Show Episode 96 here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4K0rlwjKCz8 Want your question answered on Entrepreneurship Answered? Click to submit your question -- https://twitter.com/intent/tweet?text=%40Garyvee%20%23askgaryvee&source=clicktotweet&related=clicktotweet -- Entrepreneurship Answered is a collection of answers from the #AskGaryVee Show which is one entrepreneur's take on leadership, social media, self-awareness, winning, marketing, venture capital, arbitrage, digital media, influencers, company culture, start-ups, attention, content, management, empathy, legacy, parenting, family business, crushing, storytelling, thanking, jabbing, right hooki...

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    This webisode covers an agreement every startup employee should sign. The agreement not only makes sure that employees protect trade secrets -- it also ensures that employees agree that any intellectual property they create for the company is actually owned by the company. The instructor is a venture lawyer with 23 years of experience.

    published: 14 Jan 2017
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The 3 Secret Agreements You Make When Accepting Venture Capital | Dan Martell
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The 3 Secret Agreements You Make When Accepting Venture Capital | Dan Martell

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Are you planning to raise money for your business? In this video, I share a few important things to note when you're raising capital for your startup. My last 2 companies were venture backed and I've learned a lot about the world of investments and now in this video, I reveal secrets that can maximize your chance of success. + Join me on FB: http://FB.com/DanMartell + Connect w/ me live: http://periscope.tv/danmartell + Tweet me: http://twitter.com/danmartell + Instagram awesomeness: http://instagram.com/danmartell Are you an entrepreneur? Get free weekly video training here: http://www.danmartell.com/newsletter Looking to raise a round of funding? Watch my free video on Fundraising Like a Pro http://lp.danmartell.com/fundraising Hey, Fundraising is a sexy topic. And understandably so. Because when executed properly, raising capital affords you the opportunity to scale up your startup with speed. To build a global sensation, reach billions with your product, and create mass-scale impact. The very moment you accept VC funding, you’re instantly fueled by increased access to: - Top-level talent - Experienced advisors - More press than you can handle And the cash to carry out your most ambitious plans But there is a dark side. One that many entrepreneurs sadly miss when asking for capital. And unless you’re willing to take an examined look at the HIDDEN agreements you’re implicitly accepting when taking on VC or angel investments, then you’re setting yourself up for a long, frustrating journey. So let’s get into it… Now this isn’t to say that raising VC is a good thing or a bad thing. But it is totally context-dependent. And your decision to pursue venture capital MUST match up with your goals and entrepreneurial makeup. So if you’re not willing to bleed a little (agreement 1)... … and the idea of giving up control of your company (agreement 3) scares the crap out of you. Then I’d recommend you think twice before going down that path. But if you’re playing the startup game to create hyper growth (for both yourself and your company), and are willing to accept the implicit demands of VC, then it might just be the next step you need to take to start playing a much bigger game. So go ahead and watch the video now. And if you still feel like raising venture capital is right for you, then leave a comment below and let me the VERY FIRST thing you’d do with the large cash infusion. Look forward to hearing it. To scaling up (and staying sane), – Dan Don't forget to share this amazing entrepreneurial advice with your friends, so they can be inspired too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=syfMR9Akxqo ===================== ABOUT DAN MARTELL ===================== “You can only keep what you give away.” That’s the mantra that’s shaped Dan Martell from a struggling 20-something business owner in the Canadian Maritimes (which is waaay out east) to a successful startup founder who’s raised more than $3 million in venture funding and exited not one... not two... but three tech businesses: Clarity.fm, Spheric and Flowtown. You can only keep what you give away. That philosophy has led Dan to invest in 33+ early stage startups such as Udemy, Intercom, Unbounce and Foodspotting. It’s also helped him shape the future of Hootsuite as an advisor to the social media tour de force. An activator, a tech geek, an adrenaline junkie and, yes, a romantic (ask his wife Renee), Dan has recently turned his attention to teaching startups a fundamental, little-discussed lesson that directly impacts their growth: how to scale. You’ll find not only incredible insights in every moment of every talk Dan gives - but also highly actionable takeaways that will propel your business forward. Because Dan gives freely of all that he knows. After all, you can only keep what you give away. Get free training videos, invites to private events, and cutting edge business strategies: http://www.danmartell.com/newsletter
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Startup Funding Explained: Everything You Need to Know
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Startup Funding Explained: Everything You Need to Know

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The Rest Of Us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TheRestOfUs The Rest Of Us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/TROUchannel The Rest Of Us T-Shirts and More: http://teespring.com/TheRestOfUsClothing Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcjmVj5fM5k Credits: Music by The FatRat. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa_UMppcMsHIzb5LDx1u9zQ If you're a YouTuber, definitely check The FatRat. The channel offers a wide variety of free-to-use music for your videos.
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Business or Project Funding, Finance, Venture Capital Partner by Amit Maheshwari
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Business or Project Funding, Finance, Venture Capital Partner by Amit Maheshwari

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We are Mettas Club the venture of Mettas Overseas Limited Company of Project Finance and Investment business consultant and adviser Dr. Amit Maheshwari well renowned Business and We are all addicted to seeing things a certain way doing things the way we have always done them. We are so addicted that we sincerely believe that our way is the only way. However, when we learn to control our mind and master our thinking, then we have the power and freedom to change our lives profoundly. Dr. Amit Maheshwari is a name among millions who struggled lot in life, failed and surged ahead in search of success, happiness and contentment. Just like any middle class guy, he too had a bunch of unclear dreams and a blurred vision of his goals in life. All he had was an undying learning attitude to hold on to. Rowing through ups and downs, it was time that taught him the true meaning of his life. To know more, log on to www.amitmaheshwari.co.in Watch his inspirational videos at Youtube.com/c/Mettasclub
https://wn.com/Business_Or_Project_Funding,_Finance,_Venture_Capital_Partner_By_Amit_Maheshwari
4. How do Limited Partnership Agreements Work?
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4. How do Limited Partnership Agreements Work?

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How do Limited Partnership Agreements Work? Limited partnership agreements are agreements between a limited partner (LP) and a general partner (GP). Limited partners are the investors in a private equity firm. As discussed previously (Video #3), these are institutions (pensions, endowments, foundations) or individuals (family offices, select high net worth individuals). The general partner is the private equity firm. (Video #5 discusses the details of private equity firms.) The LP and the GP join in a limited partnership agreement to form a private equity fund, with the purpose of investing in companies. Once an investment in a company has been made, it becomes a portfolio company of the private equity fund. The LP has limited liability and does not give the private equity fund all the money up front. For example; if the LP commits $50 million in capital to the private equity fund, it might, initially, only give $10 to $20 million of this capital. The fund, as the GP finds additional investments, will call for additional capital from the LP. The LP is committed to giving all the capital, as per the original limited partnership agreement, over the length of the fund. A private equity fund length is usually seven to ten years or longer if rolled over. This doesn’t mean that the LP has no exit options from the commitment since there is a secondary market for private equity investors. The LP, if it has already made investments and has future commitments, can sell the investments it has made along with the commitments, to another limited partner, in a LP secondary. The LP can also divide the sale up in a structured secondary, an example of which is when the LP holds onto the existing investments that the funds made but sells the future commitments. The ILPA (Institutional Limited Partners Association) website is an excellent resource for further information regarding LP agreements. In addition to representing 300 LPs worldwide, comprising over a trillion dollars of assets in private equity, the ILPA website shows forms for capital calls, best practices for LP agreements and much, much more.
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Venture Capital Law: Documenting the Deal 1 (PSPA)
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Venture Capital Law: Documenting the Deal 1 (PSPA)

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The preferred stock purchase agreement is the core document in a venture capital deal. This video provides an overview, focusing on the interaction between the representations of warranties, the disclosure schedule, and closing conditions.
https://wn.com/Venture_Capital_Law_Documenting_The_Deal_1_(Pspa)
Venture Capital Structure | CPEP
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Venture Capital Structure | CPEP

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Shareholders Agreement - What structure should you use for investors? Ask Evan
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Shareholders Agreement - What structure should you use for investors? Ask Evan

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http://www.evancarmichael.com/Masters/ - NEWEST VIDEO Like this video? Please give it a thumbs up below and/or leave a comment - Thank you!!! In this video I answer a question from one my readers who asked: "Hi, Hope you folks can help me here. I started up a business which is developing several very useful and desirable products. I have invested a good deal of my own time and money and now need some modest funding to really get things going. I have a number of people who are very open to making an investment in my business but they are waiting for a proposal of what I can offer. I have a business plan prepared but I need some assistance to help me to structure to some type of offering. I guess I'm looking for some type of private placement memorandum structure, except that I don't want to issue stock. I was thinking of offering very attractive returns on a loan plus a provision for a revenue sharing note. Or possibly even revenue sharing preferred shares as mentioned in an article on this site. I'm not an attorney and I really can't afford to hire one for this purpose. So I was hoping there might be some resources available to help me to structure something which is both fair to the investor and my company and which properly documents the terms and conditions. Really enjoy reading the posts and articles here and appreciate any assistance which can be provided. Best, Jay"
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Understanding Classes of Venture Capital rounds (Angel, seed, Series A, Series B ...)
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Understanding Classes of Venture Capital rounds (Angel, seed, Series A, Series B ...)

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VC money comes in a lot of different form and names, so which type should you take? In this episode of eLagaan Whiteboard Friday, the eLagaan (http://elagaan.com ) team discusses what is the right class of Venture Capital money to raise and when in a startup. Understand various class of VC rounds Seed round, Series A, Series B etc. When to raise what class of money. How naming the series can make a difference in how much money you raise. Difference between angel funding vs VC funding. Also thoughts about whom should you raise the money from? How Common shares, preferred shared, liquidation preference, anti-dilution rights makes a difference in choosing the right round. How to raise enough money so that you don't raise too much or too less, so that you don't give up too much of your company or run out of money and close shop. Do you need clarity in advance for future rounds of venture funds. What are financial models & why it is important to have a financial model for a company before raising funding. A quick way to build these models. How do entrepreneurs find out early on other expenses like marketing, sales etc (look for a rule of thumb for this). How to de-risk three major risks technology risk, market risk, execution risk & how these can play a role in getting the right venture fund. Examples of de-risk would be prototype, acquiring customer etc.
https://wn.com/Understanding_Classes_Of_Venture_Capital_Rounds_(Angel,_Seed,_Series_A,_Series_B_...)
An LP's Role in Venture Capital
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An LP's Role in Venture Capital

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Ahead of SuperVenture and SuperReturn International we're speaking to leading investors about what it means to be an LP in the world of venture capital today. How can LPs evolve to serve the tech ecosystem and make both the GPs and the entrepreneurs they're investing in more successful? Winter Mead, Vice President, Sapphire Venture Joe Schorge, Founder and Managing Partner, Isomer Capital
https://wn.com/An_Lp's_Role_In_Venture_Capital
How Crypto is Disrupting the Venture Capital Sector
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How Crypto is Disrupting the Venture Capital Sector

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Fred Hsu spills the beans on how cryptocurrencies is disrupting the Silicon Valley startup and Venture Capital scene. Fred is a veteran venture capitalist and has invested in numerous successful startups like CashBet, Agent.ai and manage.com. He also talks about his experience in the gaming industry and his future ventures. Learn more about Fred Hsu://www.linkedin.com/in/fredhsu/ CashBet: https://www.cashbet.com/ Agent AI: https://www.agent.ai/ Manage: http://manage.com/ 👍🏻Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/boxmining 👑Recommended Exchange - Binance: https://goo.gl/joe55C 🔒Hardware Wallet: https://www.ledgerwallet.com/r/428b 📲Mobile Wallet: https://enjinwallet.io/ 💻PC / Mac Wallet : https://www.exodus.io/ ●▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬● Telegram groups: Telegram Discussion Group: https://t.me/Boxdatamining Telegram Announcements: https://t.me/boxminingChannel ●▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬● ♨️Social: Telegram announcements: https://t.me/boxminingChannel Community Forums: http://forums.boxmining.com Steemit: https://steemit.com/@boxmining Twitter: https://twitter.com/boxmining Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/boxmining ●▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬● 💰Buy Bitcoin Through Coinbase: https://goo.gl/h1bw5v Track ICOs graphically: https://icotracker.org 💪Donations: Bitcoin : 13EvsPm3YhiCPGksQQdvQUFtsbF8FoU6Cz Ethereum: 0x58d98516363D2A5f93CE6aB4A4a909599C3EEC3a Website: http://boxmining.com
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[Hindi]What is Pitching, Fundraising, Angel Investor and Venture Capitalist?
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[Hindi]What is Pitching, Fundraising, Angel Investor and Venture Capitalist?

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In this Video, I've told what's the meaning of Fundraising, Pitching, Angel Investors and Venture Capitalists in Hindi! ➡️Music by Joakim Karud http://youtube.com/joakimkarud For more awesome Business videos, click here to subscribe- https://goo.gl/feR2v3 Smartphone(Camera) I use- http://fkrt.it/us0y7!NNNN Stay connected with Business Block at; Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/BusinessBlockPage/ Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/business_block/ Twitter- https://twitter.com/Business_Block Google Plus- https://plus.google.com/109642995027385576089 About:Business Block is a YouTube channel where you will find most videos related to Business and also some videos related to Entrepreneurship.New video is uploaded Regularly!
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Keep Ownership in Your Venture Company
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Keep Ownership in Your Venture Company

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www.TheSecuritiesAttorneys.com How to Keep Ownership in Your Venture Company A recent article on venture fundraising studied dilution experienced by founders. The study showed that VC funding greatly dilutes the owners. Tech founders could drop to less than 10% equity ownership after $50-89 million in funding. The results for biotech and medical research ventures were even worse. Besides dilution, venture capitalists often insist on control. Founders can be saddled with piles of restrictive agreements. Investors may have prior right to receive money when the company is sold. This means that your share may be figured after the VC gets his money back – greatly reducing your profits. Venture capitalists may want anti-dilution agreements – such as the notorious “full ratchet” provision. “Pro rata rights” give the investor the right to invest in future funding at a level that will maintain its level of ownership and not experience dilution. “Drag-along” provisions can require founders to sell even when the terms are adverse to the founders. Rights of first refusal require founders to first offer their shares to the venture investors when they want to sell. “Tag along” provisions give the investors the right to sell their stock to buyers found by you, the founder. Venture capitalists may insist on control. I have seen venture capitalists who control the board of directors fire the founder without good cause. The venture capitalists simply believed they were smarter than the founders. History proved these venture capitalists wrong as the company usually tanks under their control. How can you raise money and avoid these issues? Simple – for example, in a Reg A+ IPO you can keep control and sell stock at public market prices. You sell stock at whatever the public thinks it is worth. No restrictive agreements are needed. Find out more about protecting your equity.You may be surprised to discover that a private offering to accredited investors is best for you. Or you may find that you can profit even more from the new Reg A+ IPO. Do you want to keep control? If so,let's roll! I see a time, say one year from now after we finance your fast reverse merger or IPO, when you are building your dream with that war chest of money, and we can look back on this as having been the start of you achieving what is important to you. Isn't that what really you want? Now I do not know if you want me to do a reverse merger so you can get public fast, or you want a full IPO, but either way, it is easy to understand that these can add huge value to your company and its securities. Isn’t that what you really want? I look forward to talking with you. www.TheSecuritiesAttorneys.com Questions – email me at John.Lux@ Securities-Law.info (202) 780-1000 Get my books on Amazon.com - Reg A+ Offering: Equity Crowdfunding for Entrepreneurs Disclaimer - This is not legal or investment advice of any kind. Seek competent advice from qualified attorneys and investment bankers. Your situation may vary. The more you know about finance and business, the more you can profit
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The Pros and Cons of Venture Capital and Buying an Existing Company by OPEN Forum
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The Pros and Cons of Venture Capital and Buying an Existing Company by OPEN Forum

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For more info, please visit: http://www.openforum.com/yourbusinesstv Each week MSNBC's Your Business features experts to share their secrets for improving your business. This week, investment adviser Phil Town and business strategist Carol Roth answer viewer questions about the pros and cons of venture capital and buying an existing capital.
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Startup funding explained in hindi | Everything you need to know about Startup funding
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Startup funding explained in hindi | Everything you need to know about Startup funding

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Nowadays,everyone wants to start their own business and open a startup. But we need funds for starting a new business. So what are the various ways by which we can raise funds for our business? 1. 0:54 Investors - Investors are those who provides you funds with the expectation of future finance return. Investors are of two types : 1:00 Angel Investors - They are big businessman where CEOs of big companies provides you funds. Additionally, they also help you in improving your business model and hence,make you a big player in the market. 1:19 Venture Capitalist - They are the investors who provide you the funds but don't provide business know-how. They don't help you in finding loopholes in your business model and improving them. They take money from big companies and invest in your business,similar to share market brokers. 3:38 Share Holder Agreement - Here we have Anti-dilusion clause which states that if you are investing in a company your share will not get diluted. 2. 5:26 IPO(Initial Public Offer) - Here stock of the company is offered to the public. We list our company in the share market and the investors here are general public. Share, Support, Subscribe!!! Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/IntellectualIndies Twitter: https://twitter.com/Intellectualins Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IntellectualIndies Facebook Myself: https://www.facebook.com/princesahilkhanna Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/intellectualindies/ Website: sahilkhanna.in About : Intellectual Indies is a YouTube Channel, Intellectual Indies is all about improving Mentally, Emotionally, Psychologically, Spiritually & Physically.
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What is a Joint Venture?
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What is a Joint Venture?

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Welcome to the Investors Trading Academy talking glossary of financial terms and events. Our word of the day is “Joint Venture”. A joint venture or JV is a business agreement in which the parties agree to develop, for a finite time, a new entity and new assets by contributing equity. They exercise control over the enterprise and consequently share revenues, expenses and assets. There are other types of companies such as JV limited by guarantee, joint ventures limited by guarantee with partners holding shares. In European law, the term 'joint venture' or joint undertaking is an elusive legal concept, better defined under the rules of company law. In France, the term 'joint venture' is variously translated 'association d'entreprises', 'entreprise conjointe', 'coentreprise' or 'entreprise commune'. In Germany, 'joint venture' is better represented as a 'combination of companies' A joint venture takes place when two parties come together to take on one project. In a joint venture, both parties are equally invested in the project in terms of money, time, and effort to build on the original concept. While joint ventures are generally small projects, major corporations also use this method in order to diversify. A joint venture can ensure the success of smaller projects for those that are just starting in the business world or for established corporations. Since the cost of starting new projects is generally high, a joint venture allows both parties to share the burden of the project, as well as the resulting profits. Although JVs represent a great way to pool capital and expertise and reduce the exposure of risk to all involved, they do present some unique challenges as well. By Barry Norman, Investors Trading Academy
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What is Placement Memorandum or Subscription Agreement?
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What is Placement Memorandum or Subscription Agreement?

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Every venture capital fund shall issue a placement memorandum to its proposed investors which contains all the terms and conditions relating to the scheme through which money is proposed to be raised from the investors. The venture capital fund may also enter into a subscription agreement with the investors which would specify the terms and conditions of the scheme through which money is proposed to be raised. The venture capital fund shall submit a copy of such placement memorandum or subscription agreement with SEBI along with the report of the money actually raised through such agreement or memorandum.
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Startup Financials - Term Sheet, Valuations, Economics of Investing - AngelKings.com
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Startup Financials - Term Sheet, Valuations, Economics of Investing - AngelKings.com

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Startup Financials Reviewed - the Term Sheet, Startup Valuations, Pre vs. Post-Money, SAFE Agreements, Equity Agreements, financial statements, cash flow, and how to calculate a valuation when raising capital (http://angelkings.com/course), learn from expert investor Ross Blankenship (http://rossblankenship.com), who will teach you everything you need to know on these following topics too: Raising and Investing Capital in Startups How To Divide Equity Among Founders How To Calculate Startup Valuation The Term Sheet Analyzed Pre-Money vs. Post-Money Valuation What is a SAFE Agreement? Shareholder and Subscription Agreement How To Raise A Seed Round Pre-Money vs. Post-Money Valuation Understand financial statements, Profit/Loss, Balance Sheets, Profitability, and Cash Flow. Get inside access to the term sheets of the billion-dollar unicorn startups. Calculate startup valuations and ways you can get better deals. Here are even more topics discussed by leading expert on startups and investing Ross Blankenship: The Startup Financials: Economics vs. Control What Are the Concepts that Matter Most to Founders? Most Important Concerns Before Investing or Raising Money FAQ's About Fundraising FAQ's About Investing Must Know Rules for Investors 3 Ways to Structure Your Startup Company Before Raising Capital How To Divide Equity (Stock) Among Founders How to Calculate Startup Valuation Is Your Valuation Reasonable | 3 Ways to Find Out if You're On Target 5 Ways Startup Investors and Founders Get Rich Who's in Control of Your Startup? The Articles of Incorporation: What Investors and Founders Need to Know About The Corporate Bylaws: What Investors and Founders Need To Know About The Term Sheet: What Investors and Startups Need To Know about 5 Rules to Get the Best Deal for Investors and Founders The Term Sheet Template Pre-Money vs Post-Money Valuation: What's the Difference? Common Stock vs. Preferred Stock Conversion Rights on the Term Sheet Convertible Note: 3 Things You Need to Know about the Note & Startups How a Convertible Note Actually Converts Part 2 How a Convertible Note Actually Converts Part 3 What is a "SAFE"? Part 1 What is a "SAFE"? Part 2 Shareholder and Subscription Agreements Term Sheet v. Subscription Purchase Agreement How to Read a Cash Flow Statement How to Calculate EBITDA Dividends on the Term Sheet Liquidation Preference on the Term Sheet Protective Provisions Pro Rata Rights Drag Along Rights Pay-to-Play Provisions Employee Options Pool & Vesting How To Raise a Seed Round How To Raise a Series A Round Who's The Best Startup Incubator? Y Combinator vs. 500 Startups vs. Techstars
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Venture Deals: Be Smarter Than Your Lawyer and Venture Capitalist Audiobook
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Venture Deals: Be Smarter Than Your Lawyer and Venture Capitalist Audiobook

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Get this audiobook title in full for free: http://dpar.us/h/125295 Written by Brad Feld, Jason Mendelson Narrated by Sean Pratt Duration 7 hours 21 minutes As each new generation of entrepreneurs emerges, there is a renewed interest in how venture capital deals come together. Yet there really is no definitive guide to venture capital deals. Nobody understands this better than authors Brad Feld and Jason Mendelson. For more than seventeen years, they've been involved in hundreds of venture capital financings, and now, with Venture Deals, they share their experiences in this field with you. Inspired by a series of blog posts created by the authors after a particularly challenging deal, this reliable resource demystifies the venture capital financing process and helps you gain a practical perspective of this dynamic discipline. Whether you're an experienced or aspiring entrepreneur, venture capitalist, or lawyer who partakes in these particular types of deals, you can benefit from the insights found throughout this book. Engaging and informative, Venture Deals skillfully outlines the essential elements of the venture capital term sheet-from terms related to economics to terms related to control. Feld and Mendelson strive to give a balanced view of the particular terms along with the strategies to getting to a fair deal. In addition to examining the nuts and bolts of the term sheet, Venture Deals also introduces you to the various participants in the process, discusses how fundraising works, reveals how VC firms operate, and describes how to apply different negotiating tactics to your deals. You'll also gain valuable insights into several common legal issues most startups face and, as a bonus, discover what a typical letter of intent to acquire your company looks like. While it would be desirable to do venture capital deals with a simple agreement on price, a handshake, and a short legal agreement, this rarely happens. Venture Deals reveals how venture financings really work, and will save you a remarkable amount of time and money in your journey to create an amazing company. Attn: Author/Narrator If you have any queries please contact me at info19782 @ gmail.com. I will reply as soon as possible, usually within 24 hours. Thanks in advance
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Should You Ask a Venture Capitalist to Sign an NDA?
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Should You Ask a Venture Capitalist to Sign an NDA?

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http://www.thestartupshepherd.com You can’t wait to share your startup idea with investors. So, should you ask a venture capitalist to sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA)? Non-disclosure agreements are also called confidentiality agreements and they say that the person with whom you share your idea won’t tell it to anyone else. Seems fair, right? But, most venture capitalists do not sign non-disclosure agreements. They don’t need to. They have so many deals to look at and most entrepreneurs don’t try to get them to sign non-disclosure agreements (maybe at one point they did but now startup founders know better than to ask). Venture capitalists do not want to manage all that paperwork – negotiate the terms and keep track of all the confidentiality agreements. Plus, they do not want to take the chance that some entrepreneur sues them. They look at lots of deals and they also don’t want to be prohibited from investing in any certain types of companies or ideas. If you are a venture capitalist and invest in a company that does something similar to a company you looked at and did not invest, but for which you signed a non-disclosure agreement, even if you never do anything wrong at all, the entrepreneur in whom you did not invest may bring a lawsuit. These things happen. It is hard always to know if someone did something wrong or it just has the appearance of possible wrong doing. Angel investors are a little more inclined to sign non-disclosure agreements, but most angel investors who invest for a living will not sign them either. There is a prevailing school of thought in startup world that ideas don’t matter. People and execution are the keys to startup success. By and large, I agree with this thinking. Still, there are some great ideas out there and it helps to have one. But, it doesn’t help to never share it with anyone. So, be careful with whom you share your startup idea if it really is the next big thing (it’s not lost on me that most entrepreneurs think their startup idea is the next big thing even though it often isn’t). Research the venture capitalist. Look at their reputation. Don’t bring your amazing idea to them if they have a portfolio company (a company they funded) that is in exactly the same space/market and they have a board seat on that company. You can also put your startup pitch deck online and take it down at a later point in time (if the venture capitalist passes). This is not a perfect way to control the flow of your information, but it’s one approach. Check out pitchxo.com. I say in my video explanation of this topic not to give venture capitalists things in physical form, but you are better off giving them a physical pitch deck than an electronic one (unless it’s online and can be pulled down later — that’s the best approach). Ultimately, some VCs may want you to send your startup pitch deck as an attachment to an email. That’s the least effective way to protect your pitch deck from being sent to the wrong people. But, that’s probably not why the venture capitalist wants it that way. It’s more likely because she likes to review pitch decks that way and not online. That’s a business decision and, personally, I’d lean toward sending them whatever they want in whatever way they want. Could someone steal your idea? Yes, of course. But, the much bigger risk is the right person/people never hear your idea and it doesn’t go anywhere. Take precautions, but don’t be crazy about it. Trust the process and chase the money! For my advice about startup success, check out www.thestartupshepherd.com. Brett A. Cenkus is The Startup Shepherd™. He has 20+ years of experience in business finance, business law and entrepreneurship. Brett believes that numbers and logic are awesome tools, but understanding human nature and emotions is the first step to business success. The Cenkus Law Firm provides services related to mergers & acquisitions, general business issues and startups, including founders’ agreements and fundraising. Brett also consults with entrepreneurs and invests his own capital as an angel investor. From 2010-2013 he served as Chief Legal Counsel of a publicly-trade international oilfield services company. From 2001 to 2006 he and a partner founded and built Paragon Residential Mortgage. Paragon was sold to Bridge Investments in 2006. Brett holds a Juris Doctorate from Harvard Law School and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Messiah College in Grantham, Pennsylvania. Brett lives in Austin with his wife, Cathryn, and daughter, Elle. He enjoys reading, running, classic movies, great food and wine and NFL football. You can also reach me at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brettcenkus http://www.cenkus.com http://www.cenkuslaw.com ss ep 1 with lower third
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FINANCE | Venture Capital & Private Equity Contracting
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FINANCE | Venture Capital & Private Equity Contracting

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A short video from the authors of a new book on venture capital and private equity contracting. This video demonstrates some of the key features of the book and answers questions such as: What are the economic implications of contract terms for start-up firms in various industries? What are the differences in VC and PE national and regional markets? Why are financial contracts written in different ways, and what are the implications of such contracts for start-up firm performance?
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The Difference Between Venture Capital And Private Equity By Andrew Romans
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The Difference Between Venture Capital And Private Equity By Andrew Romans

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http://madweekly.com/2014/09/06/difference-venture-capital-private-equity-andrew-romans/ I recently had the opportunity to interview Andrew Romans, a partner at Rubicon Venture Capital and the author of The Entrepreneurial Bible to Venture Captial: Inside Secrets from the Leaders in the Startup Game Andrew recently wrote The Entrepreneurial Bible to Venture Capital to give insights into the venture capital world. In this segment of the interview Andrew talks about the difference between venture capital and private equity. The Difference Between Venture Capital And Private Equity Transcript: CHRIS HAMILTON: What is the difference between venture capital and private equity? Between venture capital and angel investors? ANDREW ROMANS: Well, some people disagree about that. In fact, I think there is a section in the book that discusses the difference between venture capital and private equity… and I make jokes about it, too, sometimes. In general, VCs invest in businesses operating at a loss. That means that at the time that Rubicon Venture Capital will wire money to the start-up, the start-up has operating expenses that are higher than their revenues. They’re not profitable. They’re operating at a loss. Once a VC invests in these loss-making businesses, then the valuation goes up very fast. In the last six months, our portfolio has doubled in value. These are companies that are spending our investor money to grow quickly. A private equity fund often is investing in profitable companies. They’re looking for EBITDA-positive companies. They’ll invest in this profitable business and then they’ll do a few things. They’ll borrow a ton of money creating debt. They might borrow 12x the equity dollars they’re putting in. Then they’ll buy Eircom, the telecom network operator in Ireland. They’ll buy Tele Denmark (TDC). They’ll get so much debt on that company that it starts to change the tax structure. They’ll then go sell off the Yellow Pages division — or something similar — and actually get all their money back just on that sale alone. They then can lever up the broadband to 95% of revenue with debt, because it’s now just a utility. A private equity does cold calls to good businesses saying, “We want to buy some of your business and make some changes.” VCs receive an inbound avalanche of 10,000+ deals a year from companies seeking funding and then try to figure out the best ones and muscle in. What has changed? In 2001, we had a big dot-com meltdown. The IPO market closed. Valuations were down. It was almost impossible to start a business on the Internet and raise money — whereas there was a ton of money leading up to the big meltdown. In 2008, we had the credit crunch. It started in August of 2007. By September of 2008, we had the SequoiaGood Times R.I.P.” presentation. That was the official second meltdown that we had in the Internet venture capital space. My understanding is that the big pools of money and the big $25 million check-writing guys — the endowments, the pension funds, the insurance companies, the banks, the single-family offices, the multi-family offices, the big pools of money like the Rockefeller family fortune — all thought, strangely, that venture capital looked safer than real estate. Because of that, instead of the VC funds getting smaller, in 2008 more money got pushed into venture capital. What happened then was VCs that had a $200 million fund closed funds that were $500 million or $700 million or $1.2 billion. We watched VC funds that used to be $50 million become mega funds. But these guys didn’t hire a ton of people or invest in their own business. They just split those management fees and got bigger houses. What ended up happening is that the typical VC fund went from having a couple of guys trying to invest $50 million and then exit with $200-$500 million to suddenly having to manage much bigger funds. All the middle funds of $50 million to $250 million failed to raise more money. The change that we saw in venture capital was the big funds got bigger. The middle funds became zombies — they died off. Then angels starting fueling everything for true venture capitalists. So, angel investors in 2006 starting to really take off. They were filling in the missing caps from 2001 to 2003. Then they starting professionalizing a bit. Even I was involved with creating what is now considered one of the best angel groups. And then we were adding value to the start-ups. You’ve got to add value. It can’t just be money. Now we’ve seen a big surge of new, small, micro VC funding where they’re doing very early-stage investments and investing in large portfolios. At the same time, the VCs moved downstream to what starts to look a little bit like private equity, but they still have the spirit of investing in loss-making businesses.
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The truth behind Kobe Bryant 100 million dollar venture capital fund
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The truth behind Kobe Bryant 100 million dollar venture capital fund

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Kobe bryant partners up for 100m dollar venture capital fund
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Are Non Disclosure Agreements Necessary for Angel Investors?
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Are Non Disclosure Agreements Necessary for Angel Investors?

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Q: How can I prevent angel investors interested in investing in my enterprise from potentially stealing our IP? Watch the full #AskGaryVee Show Episode 96 here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4K0rlwjKCz8 Want your question answered on Entrepreneurship Answered? Click to submit your question -- https://twitter.com/intent/tweet?text=%40Garyvee%20%23askgaryvee&source=clicktotweet&related=clicktotweet -- Entrepreneurship Answered is a collection of answers from the #AskGaryVee Show which is one entrepreneur's take on leadership, social media, self-awareness, winning, marketing, venture capital, arbitrage, digital media, influencers, company culture, start-ups, attention, content, management, empathy, legacy, parenting, family business, crushing, storytelling, thanking, jabbing, right hooking, hustling, and the New York Jets. Gary Vaynerchuk is a serial entrepreneur. Fresh out of college he took his family wine business Wine Library and grew it from a $3M to a $60M business in just five years. Now he runs VaynerMedia, one of the world's hottest digital agencies. Along the way he became a prolific angel investor and venture capitalist, investing in companies like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Uber, and Birchbox before eventually co-founding his own VC. Find Gary here: Youtube: http://youtube.com/garyvaynerchuk Website: http://garyvaynerchuk.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/gary Snapchat: garyvee Instagram: http://instagram.com/garyvee Twitter: http://twitter.com/garyvee Medium: http://medium.com/@garyvee --
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Employee confidentiality and proprietary invention agreements
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Employee confidentiality and proprietary invention agreements

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This webisode covers an agreement every startup employee should sign. The agreement not only makes sure that employees protect trade secrets -- it also ensures that employees agree that any intellectual property they create for the company is actually owned by the company. The instructor is a venture lawyer with 23 years of experience.
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