The VC Power Law

Too many founders are applying to VC Funds not knowing their expectations and then wondering why they are rejected.

The problem is that they don’t understand the VC power law.

It’s a different ball game than pitching to Angels. Angels are happy with the potential for a 10x return, for VCs, they have to see the potential for 100x or more.

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Author of the best-selling book Investable Entrepreneur and COO of leading pitch agency Robot Mascot: www.robotmascot.co.uk

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James Church

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Author of the best-selling book Investable Entrepreneur and COO of leading pitch agency Robot Mascot: www.robotmascot.co.uk

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