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Seed investing is attractive due to market inefficiencies, lower investment minimums, and the potential for compounding. To help optimize the odds of winning and mitigating the risks at this stage, consider incorporating these four key strategies.
This series curates great content from our CEO Mike Collins that folks interested in entrepreneurism and venture capital should explore. Some are from my own must list; others have been suggested by our community. In this issue, Mike highlights “Dynamic Thinking”.
Get to know Rob Adams, Managing Partner at Congress Avenue Ventures, Alumni Venture Group’s fund for UT Austin alumni and friends of the community.
Get to know Laura Rippy, Managing Partner at Green D Ventures, Alumni Venture Group’s fund for Dartmouth alumni and friends of the community.
Seed-stage VCs will base their investment decision upon the market opportunity, the pain point to solve, early customer traction, competitive landscape, barriers to entry, and business model potential. Most critically, they will assess the team — more specifically, the founder.