“How Venture Capitalist Make Decisions”

“How Venture Capitalist Make Decisions”

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A recent article from the Harvard Business Review, discussed  ‘How Venture Capitalist Make Decisions.

Venture capital has become an essential driver of economic value. The first task a Venture Capitalist faces is connecting with start-ups that are looking for funding—a process known in the industry as “generating deal flow.”

The best deals often comes from a network of trusted investors, entrepreneurs, and professors.

According to a survey, more than 30% of deals come from leads from Venture Capitalists’ former colleagues or work acquaintances.

But what if you do not have that network already set up. What should you consider?

But, what are the most important factors to consider before your are facing your investors?

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