The problem with the Midas List is that it focuses on individuals when venture capital is a team sport; it’s like giving a medal only to the member of a relay team who crosses the finish line, says guest columnist Mahendra Ramsinghani.
So many general partners talk LPs up on the ‘proprietary deal flow’ pipeline. But is this mythical beast for real? Our guest blogger tackles the subject.
Would this post be timely were not for Pope Benedict’s resignation? Probably, still. PeHUB crowd favorite guest blogger Mahendra Ramsinghani weighs in with a “So God Made a VC” post.
Mitt Romney once said how much he enjoyed firing people. Governor Rick Snyder asked Michigan voters to hire him. What else can a VC governor teach a private equity professional looking to get onto Capitol Hill?
In late 2008, Christopher Rizik, a VC and an entrepreneur rolled up his sleeves and re-invented his career. In doing so, he may well have impacted the trajectory of VC and startups in Michigan. And even the neighboring state of Ohio.
Monday morning guest blogger Mahendra Ramsinghani weighs in on the incredible growing seed round–and suggests that entrepreneurs would be better off, long-term, by scaling back expectations now in a frothy market.
peHUB rock-star guest blogger Mahendra Ramsinghani weighs in with some great points on why VCs may want to go solo.
peHUB gets a guest post who sees corporate VC activity on the rise–and, he says, it’s a good thing.
Thursday’s guest columnist looks back at the VCs who first saw Facebook’s potential.