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.
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