Venture capital or ‘VC’ is a type of private equity financing provided by firms or funds to early-stage emerging ventures deemed to have high-growth potential. VC evaluations of investment opportunities most commonly revolve around a three-pillar analysis: product, market, and founders/team. VC investments are deemed to be high-yield and have high rates of failure.
Key learning objectives:
What do venture capitalists look for in investments? What are Porter’s Five Forces?
What are the key criteria VCs use for selecting investments?
What do VCs look for in founders?
How do VCs measure market size? What are TAM, SAM and SOM?
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