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What you need as a VC: Benchmarking skills across Venture Capital jobs & titles

As Saison Capital is growing our team, recruiting for Associates and interns, there was a single question that we kept returning to:

What is the standard we should expect from each other, and how could we measure our growth over time?

All the answers online seemed vague, and had all the same buzzwords around thinking clearly, having a great network and reputation, etc, which seemed to be fairly high-level. The most important ability to advance in/get a job is to…




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Chia Jeng Yang

Chia Jeng Yang

Principal @ Saison Capital | Consumer/fintech investing | Angel/Operator | work with smart people on projects:

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