Mitch & Freada Kapor

Excellent read, Mr & Mrs Kapor. On the onset, founders should make a clear choice about who their investors are. A good decision from the start can solve countless issues down the road. We can’t discount exploitation. It’s unfortunately common among some VC’s. As this is a prevalent issue for many, we must command the same respect we want from our VC that we give and receive from our associates. Change in management style can often foster change in a common trait. Boardrooms can only set up stricter governance or guidelines, be it for a VC or a CEO. Thanks so much for sharing.

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