Written by Christine Thong and Evan Shellshear When was the last time you seriously thought about your blue chip investments →
Think about all the vagaries of running a high-technology venture – as executive leaders you need to be setting the vision, formulating strategies for success and operationally attracting and retaining top-level talent, leading and managing teams, sourcing and deploying scarce resources and negotiating ongoing funding rounds, all while building a →
Thanks to the team at Internet Deal Book for putting together this fantastic report which details the more than 400 →
Photo Credit – Steve Jurvetson Ed: The backstory to this photo is at the bottom of the page. Congratulations, so you’ve found an investor →
I sense the nuclear winter of startup funding in Australia is finally thawing. In the last few months we have had a number of funds and investors actively launching pitching events and promotions and are actively chasing deals and trying to generate deal flow. Even back in the dot com boom I →
Photo by EWFTT There is a fundamental paradox in the startup world: A lot more founders try to raise money than successfully do. But for those that do, they raise on incredibly friendly valuation terms relative to other areas of the business world. The reason is growth and it’s useful →
Learn about OKRs - Objectives & Key Results, the management system that Google & Intel use to achieve massive growth
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Written by John Doerr the legendary Venture Capitalist who invested $12m into Google which became $3 billion a few years later.
He also invested in Amazon, Intuit, Zynga, Compaq, Netscape, Macromedia, Symantec, Sun & dozens of other companies.
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