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Gyte, Rikke, Simona, Tine

Gyte, Rikke, Simona, Tine

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  • 1. 10 tweets<br />Gyte, Rikke, Simona, Tine<br />
  • 2. "Exit values in the US are much higher than in the Nordic countries. Typically you have a good market share in your home country in an IPO" <br />"Due diligence must not be underestimated. Thoroughly investigate the opportunity before investing anything."<br />
  • 3. "Syndication enables you to share your investment with other VC's. Risk diversification for the win. #MCF10" <br />"Key man clauses can retain key employees/founders until a certain point."<br />
  • 4. "With cash being king - you want to know your "burn rate" (avg. monthly cash burn) and "runway" (remaining liquidity)" <br />"Two types of valuation: Relative Valuation and Absolute Valuation (This is exam stuff)"<br />
  • 5. "VC's prefer A-teams with second class ideas than B-teams with first class ideas - it is all about execution" <br />"Critical success Factors: Launch product, reach cash flow break even, ensure sales oriented management."<br />
  • 6. "The VC must address information asymmetry (adv. selection, moral hazard), slack and general risk (market, tech, team, etc.)." <br />"Interest and risk is truly related, often banks aren't allowed to loan at the rate they would like to... enter Venture Capitalist."<br />

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