InvestmentsSeed Investment less than 100kAngel Investment from 50k to 2 MUSVenture Capital average deal of 6 MUSEquity Investment - Established company with more than 20 MUS Sales at yearEarly StageSeries A,B....DExit
101019 chihuahua v1
How to getVenture CapitalInvestmentin the Silicon Valley<br />firstname.lastname@example.org<br />email@example.com<br />1<br />
Are you looking to build a great company?<br />2<br />
Publishing a Blog<br />10<br />What is NOT interesting for a VC<br />
Fancy Hands - Personal Assistants in the Cloud<br />11<br />What is NOT interesting for a VC<br />
8 Startup Lessons from Constant Contact<br />With more than 350,000 customers, Constant Contact is a publicly traded company (Nasdaq: CTCT) <br /><ul><li>If an investor tells you that you can’t build a real business on $20/month, direct them to Constant Contact
SAAS (Software as a Service) startups need to focus on getting on past what Gail calls the slow ramp of death
The trick is to give experiments enough time to prove themselves.
Get a CEO peer group to bounce ideas off of as soon as possible
If your product is strong enough, people do not need to be sold.
There are no silver bullets, just many “A-ha” moments.
A startup CEO’s only important job is what Gail calls searching for the model
Raising money from institutional investors is all about working the entire partnership, not just your single partner.</li></ul>12<br />
The Future of Startup Funding<br />Seed approach – Ycombinator<br />Angels doing bigger rounds, VCs doing smaller round<br />Super-Angels: they work as a VC with large investment than Angels<br />Wait till the startup is ready for investment<br />Too late to invest // missing the boat<br />Better startup founders than VCs managers<br />23<br />http://www.paulgraham.com/future.html<br />
startupSQUAREGet your startup started!Tools and Services Main<br />http://www.startupsquare.com/<br />25<br />Espacios de Innovación en Línea<br />http://www.symbyoz.com/<br />Online notebookfor Social Collaboration<br />
Random Hacks of Kindness: Hacking for HumanityDecember 4th and 5th, 2010<br /> What is Random Hacks of Kindness?<br /> Random Hacks of Kindness (RHoK) is a unique collaboration between Google, Microsoft, Yahoo! and the World Bank dedicated to using technology to make the world a better place by building a volunteer community of innovation. <br /> <br />RHoK brings the ever-growing global hacker community together with experts in disaster risk management with to identify critical global challenges, and develop software to respond to them. A RHoKhackathon event draws on the talents and initiative of the best and the brightest hackers from around the world, who volunteer their time to respond to real-world problems with solutions that can have an immediate impact on the ground. <br />26<br />
http://www.paulgraham.com/future.html -- a great reference of new business creation</li></ul>29<br />
How to get Venture Capital Investmentin the Silicon Valley<br />firstname.lastname@example.org<br />email@example.com<br />Muito Obrigado!<br />San Jose, California, USA<br />30<br />Presentation available in http://www.slideshare.net/zavala55<br />