by Rodrigo Maria
Managers (“VCs”) know from experience that getting into a ‘hot’ deal can be a tough challenge. And that it is not enough to source the deal, go through the necessary due diligence and have an internal investment committee approve the investment. In many cases, this leads to the deal being lost.
Contrary to the common belief that startups constantly need funding and must do all in their power to please venture capitalists, the ‘hyped’ or ‘high potential’ companies in many cases do not get chosen, rather are given the ability to choose, with some going as far…
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