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Welcome to the community!
Hey stranger, I'm super excited you've found your way to our community. If you're here, it's probably because you work, want to work, or are interested in venture capital. If so, you're in the right place! What's in Store for You? 1. Real discussions: We're gonna dig into everything—trends, deal sourcing, and all the nitty-gritty stuff you don't learn in business school. 2. Career boost: We're the team behind, the leading job board for the venture capital industry. Think of this community as your cheat sheet for interviews, resumes, and everything else VC career related. 3. New friends: Seriously, this is the place to meet people who get you. Potential mentors, new collaborators, or just some cool people to chat with. The Ground Rules I want to keep this space awesome for everyone: - Be cool to each other. No one likes a know-it-all or a troll. - Stick to the VC-related content. We want to keep the community focused. - Easy on the self-promotion. We're all here to learn and network, not get spammed. Ready to Dive In? - Build out your profile: A solid profile is your ticket in this community. It makes you look good and helps us get to know you better. - Say hi: Introduce yourself in this thread and let us know what you're all about. - Join in the discussion: Don't be shy! Comment, post, ask questions—get involved. We're All Ears We want this to be your go-to place for all things venture capital. Got suggestions or questions? Shoot them over. Can't wait to get to know each of you and build something really special here.
AI Generated Book: Breaking into VC.AI
The idea was to create a book that would help people break into VC by leveraging AI throughout the learning, interviewing, job searching, and early years of VC. However, it needs so much more work.
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My introduction
I am Golnaz and I live in Tehran. I have worked as an analyst for several venture capitalist companies. Now I am interested in getting to know the world outside my country in this field.
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The List of Lists: 44 Investor Lists
📧 WITH EMAILS: 🔸 Seed & Series A US VCs (via Folk) - Filtered by Fund Type, Fund Stage, Focus, Location, Number of Investments, Number of Exits, Fund description, and Portfolio Companies 🔸 2000+ US VCs grouped by Fund stage, Fund focus, Location 🔸 NYC Early Stage VC firms list - includes some emails, - also includes a sweet spot, e.g. “need growing revenues”, “need product”, “$1M ARR” etc. 🔸Airtree’s 168+ Australian VC firms - Filter by Type, Stage Focus, Sector Focus, Lead, and Actively Investing. 🔸Ramp’s Ultimate Angel Investor List for Startups 🔎 WITHOUT EMAILS (but, you can use Some of the Lists do not provide emails, however, tools like can help with finding the right email. I also recommend using to help you sieve through the lists - it’s like ChatGPT, but you can upload csv files to help you analyze the lists. The prompt I would use is the following: “I’m building a B2B Fintech startup, I work with small enterprises (>200 employees) currently raising $500k Pre Seed. We are pre-revenue, female led, and got MVP 60% complete. Looking at the attached spreadsheet, tell me which investors are most suited for me to reach out to and state their First Names, Last Names, Emails, and Company Names in a table format that I can extract into a csv” 🔸 No Warm Intro required investor list (by Y Belyayeva) - includes VCs and Angel syndicates 🔸 VC Fund Database for Early-Stage Startups (by Shai Goldman)
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Feedback on the structure of a Venture Capital 101 course
I'm thinking of creating a venture capital 101 course and hosting it in this community. What do you think of this structure? Is there anything else I should include? Module 1: Introduction to Venture Capital - Subtopics: History, importance, and role of VC in startups. - Objective: Establish the context within which venture capital operates. Module 2: Key Players and Stakeholders - Subtopics: Limited Partners, General Partners, Entrepreneurs, Angels, Accelerators. - Objective: Understand the different entities and their roles. Module 3: The Deal Funnel - Subtopics: Sourcing deals, due diligence, and deal flow. - Objective: Learn how VCs find and evaluate startups. Module 4: Investment Thesis and Decision-making - Subtopics: Investment criteria, sector focus, and risk assessment. - Objective: Learn how VCs decide where to invest. Module 5: Financial Models and Valuations - Subtopics: Pre-money, post-money valuation, DCF models, and cap tables. - Objective: Equip learners with the financial tools necessary for venture investment. Module 6: Legal Aspects - Subtopics: Term sheets, equity classes, convertible notes. - Objective: Understand the legal structures around venture deals. Module 7: Post-investment Relationship - Subtopics: Board governance, mentoring, and scaling. - Objective: Learn about the relationship between VCs and startups post-investment. Module 8: Exits and Liquidity Events - Subtopics: IPOs, M&As, and secondary sales. - Objective: Understand how venture investments are realized.
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