Silicon Valley Bank’s Michael Hanewich, head of life sciences on the East Coast, leads this panel discussion. The panelists discussed the relationships, decisions, and economics that drive venture capital. The panel included participants representing the three key roles in VC industry dynamics.
Put together by Stanford University’s Entrepreneurship Corner, this guide is an informative collection of videos organized into six modules: 1) How to Finance a New Venture, 2) Venture Capital: To Raise or Not to Raise?, 3) Tactics for Finding Investors, 4) Selecting an Investment Partner, 5) Negotiating with VCs: Terms, Expectations, and Milestones, 6) Effectively Managing Venture Capital Resources.
Stanford University has amassed a collection of over 1600 videos and podcasts featuring lectures by today’s entrepreneurial thought leaders. Well-organized and full of talks on everything from product development to opportunity recognition. You can also find clips grouped into a logical series on a specific topic in the Browse section of the site. Check out the Venture Capital Teaching Guide.
If you’re preparing a pitch, be sure to check out Canaan’s Entrepreneur Pitchbook.
Alok Mittal’s blog provides a no-frills community for anyone interested in venture capital and startups in India.
The MoneyTree Report is the definitive source of information on emerging companies that receive financing and the venture capital firms that provide it.
The National Venture Capital Association (NVCA), comprised of more than 400 member firms, is the premier trade association that represents the U.S. venture capital industry. NVCA is the venture capital industry’s source for advocacy, networking, professional development and reliable and timely information.