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How Venture Capitalists Evaluate Potential Venture Opportunities Case Solution & Answer

Four venture capital firms in Silicon Valley business leaders questioned frameworks used to assess potential joint venture opportunities. Questions: How do you assess the potential business model of the company? What due diligence do you do? What is the process by which funding decisions are made? What financial analysis is what you want? What is the role of play in your risk assessment? and how do you feel about a possible escape route? Russell Siegelman, a partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Sonja Hoel, Director General of Menlo Ventures, Fred Wang, partner at Trinity Ventures, and Robert Simon, Director of Alta Partners, are interviewed.
by
Michael J. Roberts,
Lauren Barley
Source: HBS Premier Case Collection
19 pages.
Release: July 20, 2004. Prod #: 805019-PDF-ENG
As venture capitalists evaluate every possible business opportunities Solution

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