VC’s want to invest in companies, not rebuild or downright copy what you are doing. If you have done your diligence and everything checks out, withholding too much information will raise some red flags.
Tag Archives: Startups
Good investors matter…right?
As Tolstoy once wrote, “Good families are all the same. Bad families are all unique in their own ways.”
Should I care about the macro environment as a founder?
Should you be keeping track of macro events as a start up founder?
The Impacts of the Omicron Variant for Startups
We aren’t public health experts, but we have seen how COVID-19 has played out just like everyone else, especially the impact the Delta variant had. With information on Omicron still evolving (and quite rapidly), it’s can be difficult to avoid guessing how Omicron itself is different in order to actually make any decisions.
One Definite Sign of a Bad Startup
Hearing bad startup ideas is an occupational hazard of working in startups or VC. There are some ideas that sound crazy but end up being massive winners. There are other ideas that sound pretty good but end up being duds. And, sometimes, it’s not really about the idea but just one’s own execution and effort—afterContinue reading “One Definite Sign of a Bad Startup”