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.
The steelmaking industry accounts for about 8% of global CO2 emissions. What, if any, investment opportunities are there in the space?
Venture capital is on track to register its largest fundraising year on record despite the market correction.
As Tolstoy once wrote, “Good families are all the same. Bad families are all unique in their own ways.”
The fed continues to slowly increase interest rates, but there will still be ample capital and enthusiasm in funding early stage innovation.
Should you be keeping track of macro events as a start up founder?
In this day and age, it’s not about not paying more. It’s about finding a company that does better with more capital.
Our team at Creative Ventures prides itself on being market-driven deeptech investors. We’re looking for market-driven companies and not technologies in search of a problem.
Venture is as much a partnership between investors and founders as it is amongst the investment partners themselves. Thus, the best way to divide the venture pie is to simply create a larger pie where everyone ultimately has more than enough to eat.
Will the flood of capital we’re seeing in VC continue? Will it all come crashing down?